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Superfans bring 'Game of Thrones' to life in Minecraft

Welcome to Westeros. A group of superfans has relocated George R.R. Martin's world from the "Game of Thrones" to the game of Minecraft.

When you play the video game of Minecraft, you win or you die.

A team of superfans have created a project called WesterosCraft, which aims to re-create the entire world of Westeros in block form in the immensely popular game of Minecraft.

The WesterosCraft team recently released a video showing just how insane the build is, and even got Isaac Hempstead-Wright -- who plays Bran Stark in HBO's "Game of Thrones" series -- to narrate. They've already completed a ton of locations, from well-known places like King's Landing and The Wall to the lesser-known cities such as Pebbleton and Driftmark.

There are even several blocky characters from the series, from Tywin Lannister and Walder Frey to Oberyn Martell and Daenerys Targaryen. You can learn lots more about the build on the project's webpage, including information on how to get involved in the project and how to join the WesterosCraft server.

Sadly, there aren't any dragons that I can see, at least not yet.

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So you get a sense of its epic scale, this is what King's Landing looks like in WesterosCraft. WesterosCraft
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