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Take the test: could you survive in 'Game of Thrones'?

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It's not often that we'll admit to defeat, but we would be slaughtered in Game of Thrones.

The addictive show is packed with treachery and murder, with the final count at the end of season four now resting at 5,348 on-screen deaths (and hundreds of thousands off-screen). In the words of Cersei Lannister in the first season: "When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die. There is no middle ground."

To bring the chilling nature of the show to life, illustrator Julia Lepetit has created a flowchart for Dorkly that lets you find out if you have what it takes to survive the fight.

So how would you fare on the battleground? Do you have what it takes to live? Take the (rather amusing) test to find out...

(Image: dorkly.com)

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