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Game of Thrones Cast Tell Us What Props They took Home

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The very popular HBO series Game of Thrones is nearing its end. Now that Game of Thrones season 8 has premiered, and is already 3 episodes down, the world can’t stop itself from realizing that its soon going to be over. But what’s a goodbye without some thievery? All the cast members loved being on the show so much that it seems they found an interesting way to cope.

Liam Cunningham Declared ‘King of Thieves’

The entire Game of Thrones cast has agreed that Liam Cunningham won this title fair and square. Maisie Williams even went on to say that he ‘stole fucking everything from the set’. Cunningham who plays Davos Seaworth admitted leaving the sets with a U-Haul truck full of stuff. This haul included everything from Dothraki swords to lumps of obsidian and Bank of Braavos money. But looks like Liam has even shared a tip – he got his hands on all this by befriending Brian from props.

Seems like Cunningham is revealing why he took so much, and does it come with a good cause? He claimed that he distributed most of his Game of Thrones’ souvenirs to his children.

When I’ve blown all the money on horses and fast cars and leave them with nothing, they might be able to go on eBay and get five bucks for a coin!

What Did Sansa Stark and Arya Stark Take Home?

Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams who play Sansa Stark and Arya Stark have opened up, and it looks like they are not all that innocent.

Sansa Stark took a scroll from one of the final episodes. But let’s not talk more about it here because that might serve as a spoiler to many. She also took away with her one of Sansa’s corsets. As for Maisie Williams, she grabbed one of Arya’s jackets and some silicone blood splatters she nabbed from the Hall of Faces a few years ago.  Apparently, she likes leaving them in places to freak other people out.

What Did Everyone Else Grab From the Game of Thrones Sets?

As for Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark), it only hit him that it’s his last day on the sets when he was finally there. So, he ran around the live set ending up with a straw bowl, a wooden spoon, and a wooden tub full of what looked like Vaseline, and not to mention a lot of kitchen utensils.

Iain Glen( Ser Jorah Mormont), Conleth Hill (Lord Varys), and Pilou Asbæk (Eros) took home a lot of rings apparently. But maybe, that is not only because they carry sentimental value but also because they are easy to get away with. However, Conleth wanted more so he did get a little bit of dragon glass and a long red thread from the King’s Landing brothel set.

Jerome Flynn (Bronn) and Hannah Murray (Gilly) took home socks. But they are no ordinary socks because Hannah claims that they are the ones you need to climb Everest. Flynn also grabbed a practice sword while Carice van Houten (Melisandre) made the most unusual choice by landing up with thermal underwear.

However, it seems like not all of them were bold enough to steal from the sets. John Bradley (Samwell Tarly) and Joe Dempsie (Gendry) didn’t take anything from the Game of Thrones sets. While Bradley was scared to get in trouble, Joe took the high road. He claimed that he didn’t want anything and his experience was his souvenir.

Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth) wanted to take home everything. But looks like she was in for a betrayal from the Game of Thrones production team. Initially, she was promised that she could take home one of Brienne’s swords once the show was over. But later the show became a global phenomenon and the articles became extremely valuable.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau stuck to his Danish traditions leaving everything behind. Apparently, he never keeps anything of anything, and believes that it’s done when done.

Game of Thrones season 8 came out on April 14th this year. Looks like the end is sooner than we thought.

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