QUIZ: Which Game of Thrones house do you belong to?

Winter has come to Westeros and in the Game of Thrones, you win or you die.

HBO's hit series is King's Landing back on our screens in less than a month and we can barely contain our excitement.

With the war for the Seven Kingdoms about to change up a gear, we want to know which of the main houses of Westeros you think you belong too.

Take our quiz below to find out whether you will be fighting alongside Daenerys Targaryen and her dragons, Jon Snow and his armies of the North, or whether you'll be sipping wine with Cersei Lannister while The Mountain does your bidding.

 

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