(Warning: This is filled with spoilers.)
Daenerys “Stormborn” Targaryen has fallen on hard times as of late. Mired in the political controversy created by this smear campaign and still reeling from the tragic loss of her husband, Khal Drogo, this now-single mother of three has been through a real trial by fire. Yet there is hope for Khalessi in the generosity of strangers.
No longer is Kickstarter limited to helping yet another Brooklyn indie band produce their first EP or a film-school dropout start his web mumblecore series. Now even political coups are possible. Today you can donate to help restore order to the seven kingdoms and assist the Princess of Dragonstone in reclaiming her rightful place on the Iron Throne, and it’s all tax-deductible!
Khaleesi needs your help. Jorah can’t do it all, let alone build a ship so that Daenerys can sail to Westeros and restore the rightful Targaryen rule.
If you still haven’t found that Lanister generosity in your heart, here are a few more pledge levels to loosen those purse strings.
Pledge $100 or More
Receive a digital download of Daeny Storm’s debut EP which includes covers of “Light my Fire” by the Doors, “Sex Is on Fire” by Kings of Leon, and “We Didn’t Start the Fire” by Billy Joel.
Pledge $500 or More
Join the Khalessi and her loyal subjects at a VIP BBQ dinner with all foods seared to perfection by the artisan flame of a dragon. Experience all the flavor without any of that charcoal taste. (Please notify Jorah of Mormont of any food, nut or gluten allergies.)
Pledge $1,000 or more
Attend an exclusive Mommy and Me workshop lead by THE Mother of Dragons in which you’ll learn invaluable fire safety skills and form a bond with your child that’s truly forged in fire.
Can’t you find it in your hearts to help this poor woman and her dragons? I’ve already liquidated my entire Beanie Baby collection — yes, even my Princess Diana bear — though I was saving that to purchase my first home all in service of the “moon of my life.” Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to get to Coinstar to cash out my half-completed State Quarterhood program.The Frisky]