Game of Thrones fans to watch kids playing Dungeons & Dragons

FANS of Game of Thrones have begun watching some 13-year-old boys playing Dungeons & Dragons.

After the TV series’ finale left millions facing months without dragon-based antics, some viewers accepted an invitation to watch shy pubescent boys Tom Booker and Nathan Muir doing a fantasy role-playing game in Tom’s mum’s spare room.

Muir said: “Anyone who likes Game of Thrones will also like watching us saying things to each other like ‘the unicorn offers to guide you through the Forest of Night for three gold pieces’ and ‘kneel before the goblin king!’.

“There’s less sex in our game though. We aren’t totally comfortable with sex.”

Tom Booker added: “We have done it though. Loads of times.”

Game of Thrones fan Wayne Hayes said: “Watching these kids enjoying their game of fantasy make-believe is surprisingly similar to the most popular television programme on the planet.

“Unfortunately though Nathan’s mum arrived to pick him up just as he was about to use a fireball spell on a griffin.”