Someone Mashed Game Of Thrones With Frozen's Let It Go

Game of Thrones has many memorable lines, but perhaps none is better known than the show's often repeated phrase, "Winter is coming." And, with given some Youtube magic, a fan has officially ushered winter into Westeros by mashing up Disney's Frozen with the recent Game of Thrones season finale.

Youtuber Tarend's video, which features Idina Menzel's vocals soaring through Frozen's 'Let It Go,' shows the graphic scene wherein Cersei Lannister takes revenge against her enemies and, well, kills them all.

After having sussed out where a stock of dangerous, green wildfire had been hidden underneath the city by the Mad King, Cersei decides to use the weapon to blow up the Great Sept of Baelor. In full-on Guy Fawkes fashion, the shamed Queen Mother takes out a whole host of her enemies from the Faith Militant. With characters such as High Sparrow, Lancel Lannister, Margaery Tyrell, Loras, and Mace meeting their fiery ends by Cersei's plan, somehow, this clip's use of Frozen transforms the scene into a hilarious romp.

The song reaches its crescendo as the Faith's religious building is blown to smithereens with the church's bell flinging towards the city streets and crushing some innocent bystanders. Cersei, with short-hair and an impressive black gown, watches the demolition from across the city with a smile. Drinking a glass of wine, the lyrics, "Let the storm rage on / The cold never bothered me anyways," plays. And, yeah, if those words don't sum up Cersei's brand of revenge, I don't know what does.

Fans of the show, however, know that Cersei's desire to destroy her enemies doesn't go over as planned with her son, King Tommen Baratheon, committing suicide once he learns of his mother's horrific actions. The young royal jumped out of a window, making him the third person upon the Iron Throne to kick the bucket during the show's six-season run.

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While his death will certainly have an effect on Cersei next season, if this video has anything to show, it's that the Queen Mother might be best served in taking up musical theater to vent out her homicidal rage. After all, this hilarious mash-up does seem to suit her pretty well.