Game of Thrones Multiple Choice

Can you answer these multiple choice questions from the HBO series "Game of Thrones"?
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Last updated: May 22, 2019
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1. How did Joffrey die?
Thrown from the walls of the Red Keep
Struck by an errant crossbow shot
Poisoned at his own wedding feast
Stabbed by a horde of small children
2. Which of the following was Sansa never married or engaged to?
Tyrion Lannister
Loras Tyrell
Ramsay Bolton
Joffrey Baratheon
3. Which of the following is NOT one of Daenerys's dragons?
4. Which of the following is NOT one of Daenerys's titles?
Mother of Dragons
The Unsullied
Breaker of Chains
5. Which of the following kingdoms is, on average, furthest south?
The Vale
The Reach
The Riverlands
6. What is the sigil of house Baratheon?
7. How are Jon and Daenerys related to each other?
Brother / sister
Aunt / nephew
They aren't
8. Who did Brienne of Tarth lose her virginity to?
Margaery Tyrell
Jaime Lannister
Renly Baratheon
Tormund Giantsbane
9. Where would you find the Citadel, the headquarters of the order of the maesters?
10. Which character has all his reproductive organs intact?
Grey Worm
Ser Bronn
Theon Greyjoy
11. Which of these characters never served as hand to a king (or queen)?
Ned Stark
Ser Davos Seaworth
Tyrion Lannister
Jorah Mormont
12. Which of these characters was NOT killed by Arya?
Walder Frey
The Night King
Petyr Baelish
Tywin Lannister
13. Who brought Jon Snow back from the dead?
Jaqen H'ghar
Brandon Stark
The Children of the Forest
14. In what real-life city were many King's Landing scenes filmed?
15. What is the seat of House Frey?
The Eyrie
The Twins
Level 56
May 18, 2019
I don't think Davos Seaworth is Hand of the King to Jon. If he is, then Jorah Mormont should be counted as a hand since Daenerys said in the second episode of the final season: "You're advising me to forgive the man [meaning Tyrion] who stole your position [Hand of the Queen]". My point is that ser Davos has never been Hand of the King (officially), so has Jorah.
Level ∞
May 18, 2019
Davos was Stannis's hand.
Level 77
Jul 9, 2019
Stannis wasn't a King.
Level 49
Feb 21, 2022
stanis is the one true king
Level 75
Oct 4, 2022
If Robert Baratheon was a legitimate king, then Stannis was a king too as his legitimate heir. If on the other hand Robert wasn't a legitimate king, then Ned Stark wasn't a hand either. Also, that would make Daenaeris the one and only queen-in-exile all along and Jorah her de facto hand I guess.
Level 43
May 20, 2019
Jorah Mormont never actually wore the pin. Everyone else was clearly "named hand" by their king or queen.
Level 48
May 21, 2019
Exactly. Tyrion wore it twice (Joffrey and Daenerys), Ned for Robert Baratheon, Davos for Stannis (and I want to say maybe Joffrey or Tommen for a little while? Not 100%). While Jorah was definitely the unofficial hand to Daenerys, he never wore a pin, nor was referred to as hand of the queen.
Level 49
May 19, 2019
Ramsay is misspelled. Also, the filming location question doesn't really go with the rest.
Level 62
May 19, 2019
The location of it's filming is a legitimate fact about the series.
Level 67
May 19, 2019
Yeah, but it's not something you would know just from watching. Every other question regards the fictional world itself. The filming question is something you'd need to learn by doing outside reading or research. There are so many different possible questions about the plot of Game of Thrones that it makes little sense to add behind-the-scenes trivia. I agree with Nikhil that the question is out of place.
Level 85
May 19, 2019
I knew the answer to that from watching some of the "Inside The Episode" clips that play after the show on HBO (and are on Sky Atlantic here in the UK). It's been mentioned a few times, including after the most recent episode. Sure, not in the show itself, but I wouldn't say you have to do outside reading or research. It's the kind of thing that many fans will know from just watching the broadcast, or the Blu-rays etc. I get your point though.
Level ∞
May 19, 2019
Fixed the spelling of Ramsay
Level 87
May 20, 2019
I still got the correct answer and knew what you were going for, but I believe the Arbor (technically part of the Reach) is just as far south as the southernmost part of Dorne and may even stretch further south.
Level 60
Jun 29, 2020
Read the question again. Either QM changed the wording since you commented, or you didn't read carefully enough. Also, it't not as south as Dorne. It's quite far south, but the southernmost point of Westeros is safely in Dorne.
Level 67
May 20, 2019
7/15 and I've never watched the show. I know about Dubrovnik cuz I'm going there.
Level 74
May 20, 2019
Thought I did quite well to get 6/14 from pure guesswork (plus I knew the one non-fictional answer). Gutted it gives me nil points :-(
Level 52
May 22, 2019
The Reach has an island that is further south than Dorne
Level ∞
May 22, 2019
Okay, I added "on average" to the question so there will be no confusion.
Level 60
Jun 29, 2020
It's also not further south than Dorne, but I guess it's better to be safe than sorry.
Level 33
May 22, 2019
Great quiz! Loved the multiple choice format. Different from others.

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Level 60
Oct 10, 2019
I did poorly on this quiz. 8/15 I read the books but I guess it was a while ago!