Pay homage to Game of Thrones and the Epic "Battle of the Bastards" of season 6 with this Jon Snow Statue. This statue is a tribute to the pulse-pounding episode where Jon Snow faced off in a life-or-death struggle with evil Ramsay Bolton in one of the most ambitious and elaborately choreographed battles ever staged for filmed entertainment.
Captured in this statue is the key moment when Jon prepared for his last stand by drawing his sword Longclaw and facing the Bolton army seemingly alone. Follow us to the vast world of Westeros, where the kingdom’s seven noble families vie for control of the Iron Throne. Delve into the mystery, love, suspense, treachery, greed, and magic that has captivated audiences and readers alike. Now you can bring a piece of Westeros into your own castle.
"You're going to die tomorrow, Lord Bolton. Sleep well."
―Sansa Stark to Ramsay Bolton
The Battle of the Bastards is a battle late in the War of the Five Kings in which Jon Snow and Sansa Stark retake Winterfell from Lord Ramsay Bolton, the Warden of the North, and restore House Stark as the ruling house of the North. Fought just outside of Winterfell, the Stark-led makeshift force of Free Folk and other minor Northern houses is on the verge of defeat when the knights of the Vale led by House Arryn arrive in time to smash through the Bolton infantry on the rear. The battle ultimately culminates in Ramsay's death, the extinction of House Bolton and the restoration of House Stark as the rulers of the North, with Jon proclaimed as King in the North by his vassals in the days after the battle.
"Battle of the Bastards" received immense critical acclaim, with several reviewers calling it a "masterpiece" Many have called it the best episode of the series, and is regarded as one of the greatest television episodes of all time for its direction, writing, performances, and battle sequences. Critics described the battle in the North as "terrifying, gripping and exhilarating" with Harington's performance receiving high praise and Daenerys' reunion with her dragons at the beginning of the episode as "thrilling" Its eponymous battle took 25 days to film and required 500 extras, 600 crew members, and 70 horses.
This Statue was modeled based upon state-of-the-art three-dimensionally scans of the actor, costume, as well as original uniform and models from the HBO Archives, combined with high end sculpting and painting, to develop the impeccable detail that this statue features. The result is a fantastic realism, Ideal for adding to any Game of Thrones collection.
— Statue dimensions: 8"H
— Collectible Game of Thrones Statue
— Fantastic Realism