Valar morghulis, y'all.

It's amazing that anyone is still alive on "Game of Thrones" to fight back the White Walkers in the final two seasons. As fans wait for Season 7 to arrive July 16 on HBO, the YouTube channel Leon Andrew Razon Compilations posted a 20-minute video with their estimated death count from the series so far. They actually show the deaths chronologically, including animals like the deer and mama direwolf in Episode 1. By their count, there have been 150,966 deaths to date.

Some of the deaths require massive speculation, especially for the battle scenes -- like the "2000+ Stark soldiers and 1000+ Lannister soldiers" in Robb Stark's chess move battle against Tywin Lannister. It's hard to know definitively how many people died in each battle, so it's possible the "true" number is a lot higher or lower.

It's still an interesting, and kind of alarming, way to recap the first six seasons before Season 7 kills off many more people and animals. (But please please please no more direwolves! Only two of the six pups are left, and our hearts can't take another loss.)

"Game of Thrones" Season 7 starts Sunday, July 16 on HBO, and then there's just one more season of deaths coming in Season 8. And then these YouTubers should produce a final, updated count.

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Game of Thrones
HBOTVMAApril 17, 2011
Based on 12 critics

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