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Every single on-screen death from Game of Thrones season 4 in one 2-minute video

Published Apr 8th, 2015 9:00AM EDT
Game Of Thrones Season 4

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Game of Thrones

season 5 finally premieres this Sunday — THIS SUNDAY! — and GoT fans couldn’t be more excited. The various trailers and teasers we have seen suggest that this is going to be one of the most action-packed seasons yet, but it has a lot to live up to if it’s going to outdo season 4.

Case in point: You won’t believe how many people die on screen in season 4, but we’re about to show you every single one of them in a single two-minute video.

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Digg recently decided to get ready for season 5 by reposting a great little video it made following the conclusion of Game of Thrones season 4. In it, we can see each and every one of the on-screen deaths from last season, and they’re all compressed into two short minutes.

How many deaths were there in total? A whopping 169, and that’s just the deaths that occurred on screen.

Game of Thrones season 5 is set to premiere on HBO this coming Sunday, April 12th, at 9:00 p.m. EDT / 6:00 p.m. PDT. In the meantime, the full video is embedded below (NSFW violence).

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