Fourth Throne in Quest #ForTheThrone Found! Fifth Revealed—Only One to Go!

Quest ForTheThrone Fifth Iron Throne of Ice

The Quest “For The Throne” continues in HBO’s season eight viral marketing campaign, which is taking things to the real world as fans look for Iron Thrones all over the world. The Throne of Valyria has been found and its queen crowned; a Throne of Ice is next!

The Throne of Valyria was the third of the six thrones to be displayed but the fourth to be found. As revealed by HBO Brasil, it was found in Beberibe, a municipality in the Norheastern Brazilian state of Ceará known for its rocky formations, by a woman wearing an awesome “fight like a girl” T-shirt. She’s wearing a crown, too, and so the text accompanying the reveal appropriately reads “Kneel before the Queen of Valyria.”


Now, with only two lost Iron Thrones left, one of them has been unveiled—the Throne of Ice. If you make use of the 360º view on the video, you may notice the White Walker ice sword planted on the ground. Wherever it is (in Canada), I bet it feels pretty chilly there:

Let the Quest continue! #ForTheThrone!

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    1. Oh hell yeah we are almost there!!!! Hope we get a trailer again? In a sense I hope not I’d like to keep myself unspoiled for once … argh can’t decide haha

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    2. Ninjabear: Oh hell yeah we are almost there!!!! Hope we get a trailer again? In a sense I hope not I’d like to keep myself unspoiled for once … argh can’t decide haha

      If we get another one, it’ll be very soon.

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    3. I expect that Pigeon has asked for a few days off and embarked on a road trip. I expect to see a picture of her on the throne, wearing Jorah’s old yellow cloak. 😉

      On a different note… Ceará?! That’s awesome. I’ve never been there, but my mom has and she loves it. And I definitely need to find one of those shirts!

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    4. Wolfish,

      Pretty much. Spoken I don’t understand a thing, but written it’s relatively easy to parse out, in most cases. As I understand it, it’s easier for Portuguese people to understand us Spaniards than the other way around, orally. I don’t know about Brazilian people, whose Portuguese is quite different.

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    5. I am going to speculate that the icy throne above is somewhere near Calgary (Alberta, Canada) where they filmed the wolf scenes over the years. That looks a lot like areas around Banff.

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    6. Wolfish:
      I expect that Pigeon has asked for a few days off and embarked on a road trip. I expect to see a picture of her on the throne, wearing Jorah’s old yellow cloak. 😉

      Only after I apologize to it profusely, and offer it some of the finest maple syrup, eh. 🤪

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    7. Luka Nieto,

      From what I’ve experienced it’s the same everywhere. Having said that, yes—Brazilian Portuguese is so different, it’s easier for me to communicate with a Spanish-speaking person (in Spanish) than with a Portuguese person in his/her very different Portuguese.

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    8. Does anyone know how long the thrones stay in these locations? Just found out the most recent one is 1.5 hours from my mother’s house and I’m trying to convince her to check it out, but I also don’t want to send her on a wild goose chase if they remove them once they’re found.

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    9. Ninjabear:
      Oh hell yeah we are almost there!!!! Hope we get a trailer again? In a sense I hope not I’d like to keep myself unspoiled for once … argh can’t decide haha

      I’d actually prefer to go in without another trailer, we know very little this year and I think I’ll enjoy it more that way. Hopefully no spoilers creep out either, HBO and GOT production have done an excellent job of keeping everything water tight so far.

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