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These days, stag and hen dos are constantly trying to outdo each other in a bid be more epic than any that came before - meaning it's often a whirlwind of clay-pigeon shooting, quad biking, paintballing and, of course, copious amounts of booze.
But while that's all well and good, what if your next big bash was one that could transport you to the world of Westeros, the land of ice and fire - and undeniable awesomeness.
Stag party company StagWeb is offering a variety of Game of Thrones-themed packages, where you can enjoy all the perks of Westeros like hog roasts, archery, axe throwing, boats, castles and beer without the crappy bits - dragons, white walkers, Joffrey...
There are several experiences to pick from across Europe, including stunt fighting in Stratford upon Avon and Birmingham, a beer bath in Prague, a Game of Thrones boat tour in Dubrovnik and location tours in Split and Belfast.
The 'Game of Stags Experience' in Belfast, set in the 'real Winterfell', features battle archery, ace-throwing, white walker hunting and a hearty lunch served with ale - yours from £109 per person.
Or if you fancy a trip to the continent, you can head to Dubrovnik for a Game of Thrones boat tour, where you can set sail on Blackwater Bay in Daenerys Tagaryen's ship, before enjoying a walking tour of Kings Landing with an experience guide. You can also sip on a Dragon's Blood cocktail and enjoy the ultimate photo op by sitting on the Iron Throne.
It gets better with the 'Lord of the Stags' package, where you can actually rent your very own castle for a few days. Along with two nights' exclusive use of a castle (you can pick between ones in the England, Ireland, Scotland or Spain), each stag will also legally become a Lord.
By day, you can do a spot of archery, falconry, fishing, mountain biking and more, before moving onto wine tasting, cocktail making, nightclubs and comedy clubs in the evening.
Steve Roddy, StagWeb's Head of Operations, said: "While a Westeros wedding rarely has a happy ending, we're giving grooms and their friends a much happier start to married life than most Lannisters.
"We have some of the show's most famous locations which have been home to Stark's, swordfights, betrayals and brothers, it really is just like your average wedding.
"Fans of the show can even film their own fight scene in Winterfell which is more than many of the show's biggest characters survived long enough to do."
The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones will air on 15 April on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV.
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