Waiting for GoT Season 5 Jul 07
2014

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Waiting for GoT Season 5

Things to do with your Sunday now that Game of Thrones Season 4 is over:

1)      Find a friend who hasn’t seen it yet so you have a reason to re-watch the previous seasons.

Marathon!!!

Marathon!!!

2)      Try to read the books. (Or if you have read the books read them again.)

The best smell in the world, books!

The best smell in the world, books!

3)      Plan your Halloween costume. (This year I’m going as Melisandre)

"For the night is dark and full of terrors."

“For the night is dark and full of terrors.”

4)      Try watching some other show on HBO. (It’s not the same. *whines* )

It's only $15 a month for all of this and more.

It’s only $15 a month for all of this and more.

5)      Playing through Skyrim or Dragon Age and pretend it’s Westeros.

Fus Roh Dah!

Fus Roh Dah!

6)      Build Westeros in Minecraft (There are some awesome folks doing that here.)

Yes that is all built in Minecraft with blocks.

Yes that is all built in Minecraft with blocks.

7)      Go into hibernation until Season 5 comes out.

Going to sleep whenever you want is the best superpower ever.

Going to sleep whenever you want is the best superpower ever.

8)      Enjoy some of the games you may have bought during the Steam Sale.

The part of the summer that makes your wallet cry.

The part of the summer that makes your wallet cry.

9)      Plan your own RPG world based on Game of Thrones. I hear there is an RPG book written before the TV show came out.

Dragons love playing Pathfinder.

Dragons love playing Pathfinder.

10)   Let everyone know that even though it’s 80-120⁰F out that “Winter is Coming.”

I can never get tired of watching this movie.  Image belongs to Disney.

I can never get tired of watching this movie.
Image belongs to Disney.

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Alana’s Nerd Cred is unquestionable. She was a contestant on the first season of TBS’ reality TV show King of the Nerds. When she isn’t enjoying the limelight that being on TV brings, she also loves playing board games, tabletop RPGs, and LARPing.
She began gaming in a play-by-post format and moved on to tabletop RPGs in college. Her love of anime brought her to her first convention, where she discovered LARPing. Now she goes to gaming-centric conventions and meets new people and joins them in exciting adventures in games around the convention. At home Alana runs a Monday night game and helps run a monthly Vampire: The Masquerade LARP.