While Ser Bronn of the Blackwater from “Game of Thrones” hasn’t had much luck in the way of finding himself a castle, you may be able to help him location scout for one. The actor who portrays the lovable sellsword, Jerome Flynn, is promising to travel around Iceland with one lucky “Thrones” fan.
In partnership with the Whale and Dolphin Conservation, Flynn is raffling off a trip to the “Game of Thrones” filming locations in Iceland, where Flynn will act as your tour guide, in exchange for a charitable $10 donation towards the conservation’s efforts. Accommodations are also included.
One winner and a friend will fly to Reykjavik, Iceland, where they’ll join Flynn in touring filming locations from Beyond the Wall, such as the Fist of the First Men and the “mountain that looks like an arrowhead” from Season 7. Thankfully, you shouldn’t have any run-ins with White Walkers, zombie polar bears, or ice dragons.
You’ll also join Flynn on a whale watching trip, where you’ll hopefully spot some orcas, humpbacks, dolphins, and sperm whales in their natural habitats. If you happen upon an orca that doesn’t have a registered name, you’ll also get to choose the name that will used by scientists and whale watchers forever. And if you don’t name it after a “Game of Thrones” character, all we have to say is “shame.”
To enter the contest, donate a minimum of $10 to the Prizeo campaign, which will earn you 100 entries. While the contest isn’t an auction and the winner is still drawn at random, the more money you donate, the more entries you’ll receive — as well as some bonus swag. A $150 donation, for example, will give you 1,500 entries and an autographed photo of Flynn.
The drawing will be held “on or about” April 24. For all the unlucky people who won’t get to visit Iceland with Bronn himself, you can still travel to many “Game of Thrones” filming locations on your own in Iceland, Northern Ireland, Croatia, Morocco, and Spain.