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Game Of Thrones' new marketing campaign has six Iron Thrones hidden around the world for fans to find before the final season premiere

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 3/19/2019 Terry Zeller For Dailymail.com and Brian Gallagher For Dailymail.com

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The final season of Game Of Thrones is less than a month away.

And HBO has rolled out a new marketing campaign called For The Throne in which the cable powerhouse hid six Iron Thrones around the world for fans to find.

The company also teamed up with American Red Cross for a blood drive campaign called Bleed For The Throne.

a plant in a forest: Hide and seek: HBO rolled out a marketing campaign for Game Of Thrones called For The Throne in which the company hid six Iron Thrones around the world for fans to find © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Hide and seek: HBO rolled out a marketing campaign for Game Of Thrones called For The Throne in which the company hid six Iron Thrones around the world for fans to find In a Facebook post about the new marketing initiative, several actors from the Emmy-winning fantasy drama announce the hunt by saying: 'The quest for the throne is on'.

The first throne appears to be in a forest somewhere according to this link

Maisie Williams et al. around each other: Feels like a movie: HBO CEO Richard Plepler teased the lengthy episodes on the red carpet of the Golden Globes in January, where he told Variety that each episode feels like a movie © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Feels like a movie: HBO CEO Richard Plepler teased the lengthy episodes on the red carpet of the Golden Globes in January, where he told Variety that each episode feels like a movie A quote from one of the memorable characters - Oberyn Martell - appears at the top: 'It is a big and beautiful world. Most of us live and die in the same corner where we were born and never get to see any of it. I don’t want to be most of us.'

And a countdown timer shows how much time is left for fans to 'claim the throne'.

Maisie Williams wearing a white shirt: Quest: In a Facebook post about the new marketing initiative, several actors from the Emmy-winning fantasy drama announce the hunt by saying: 'The quest for the throne is on'; (Maisie Williams pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Quest: In a Facebook post about the new marketing initiative, several actors from the Emmy-winning fantasy drama announce the hunt by saying: 'The quest for the throne is on'; (Maisie Williams pictured)

Along with the Quest and Bleed sections of the new campaign, there is also a Create one which asked 18 artists to re-imagine 18 props from the show.

a man standing in a dark room: Number one: The first throne appears to be in a forest somewhere; (Rory McCann pictured) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Number one: The first throne appears to be in a forest somewhere; (Rory McCann pictured) Meanwhile, HBO revealed the runtime and the air dates of all six Season 8 episodes, three of which are at or over 80 minutes long with a fourth that comes just short. 

HBO CEO Richard Plepler teased the lengthy episodes on the red carpet of the Golden Globes in January, where he told Variety that each episode feels like a movie.

a person wearing a black jacket: Countdown: A countdown timer shows how much time is left for fans to 'claim the throne' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Countdown: A countdown timer shows how much time is left for fans to 'claim the throne'

'It’s a spectacle. The guys (series creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss) have done six movies. The reaction I had while watching them was, "I’m watching a movie,"' Plepler said.

John Snow standing in front of a building: Triple threat: Along with the Quest and Bleed sections of the new campaign, there is also a Create one which asked 18 artists to re-imagine 18 props from the show © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Triple threat: Along with the Quest and Bleed sections of the new campaign, there is also a Create one which asked 18 artists to re-imagine 18 props from the show While the episode lengths have been revealed, the titles of said episodes have still not been announced, as the countdown to the final season continues.

The final battle for Westeros between the living and the Night King and his undead army begins with the Game of Thrones Season 8 premiere on April 14. 

a close up of a tree: Final battle: The final battle for Westeros between the living and the Night King and his undead army begins with the Game of Thrones Season 8 premiere on April 14 © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Final battle: The final battle for Westeros between the living and the Night King and his undead army begins with the Game of Thrones Season 8 premiere on April 14
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