This Awesome Art Series Merges Game of Thrones and Star Wars Characters

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Artist Andrew D. Tran awesomely mashed up Star Wars and Game of Thrones characters in an original art series. He dubbed this series "Game of Star Wars" and reimagined six different Game of Thrones characters in Star Wars universe. You can see this series both on Andrew Tran's website andDeviantart.

These characters included a mashup of Tyrion Lannister and Han Solo titled "Tyrion Lannister the Imp Scoundrel". Both characters are indeed very tricksy.

Tyrion Lannister, the Imp Scoundrel (2/6)#gameofthrones#starwars#paintingpic.twitter.com/B5wU6Bmu6c
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— Andrew D. Tran @ AX (@Doctaword)
June 9, 2016

He made Daenerys Targaryen a Jedi General and a "Mother of Rancors". Rancors are reptilian carnivores native to the planet Darthomir. One was seen in Return of the Jedi as a pet of Jabba the Hutt, who would feed it people who displeased him. The monstrous creatures are a good equivalent to the dragons of the Game of Thrones universe.

Jedi General Daenerys, Mother of Rancors #gameofthrones#starwars#painting#khaleesi#DaenerysTargaryenpic.twitter.com/vqLJGay1IH
— Andrew D. Tran @ AX (@Doctaword)
June 8, 2016

Tran reimagined the cunning and powerful Red Woman, Melisandre, as a the Sith Lord of the Light.

Melisandre, Sith Lord of the Light 3/6 #gameofthrones#starwarspic.twitter.com/yN9WluhjFg
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— Andrew D. Tran @ AX (@Doctaword)
June 9, 2016

Arya Stark trades her sword in for a lightsaber and becomes a Jedi Padawan. As a girl who really loves her fighting, this is a role she would surely relish.

Jedi Padawan Arya Stark! #starwars#gameofthrones#aryapic.twitter.com/xe6XebbhB5
— Andrew D. Tran @ AX (@Doctaword)
June 13, 2016

The Night King, the mysterious leader of the undead White Walkers, is reimagined as a scary looking Sith Lord, "The Sith Night King". You can see his ferocious army behind him.

The Sith Knight King #starwars#gameofthrones#whitewalkerspic.twitter.com/GHU2K7HN87
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— Andrew D. Tran @ AX (@Doctaword)
June 16, 2016

And last but not least, Jaime Lannister trades in the title of "Kingslayer" for "Sith Slayer". That's certainly a far more honorable nickname to have, and Jaime sports a metal hand reminiscent of Luke Skywalker's. 

Jaime Lannister, Sith Slayer #starwars#gameofthrones#jedipic.twitter.com/RWZ5FqS2cc
— Andrew D. Tran @ AX (@Doctaword)
June 17, 2016

What do you think of this mashup? Do the reimagined roles suit these characters? What other characters would you like to see combined?