'Game of Thrones' characters if they were in Disney's 'Robin Hood'

It's no secret that Beric Dondarrion is essentially the Robin Hood of "Game of Thrones." But it turns out that there are a lot more similarities between the characters of the HBO hit fantasy series and Disney's animated classic.

Just for fun, here's a look at who the characters of "Game of Thrones" would be in Disney's "Robin Hood":

Beric Dondarrion is Robin Hood

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He steals from the rich to give to the poor around Westeros, and even sacrifices his life for the greater good. You rock, Beric.

Thoros of Myr is Little John

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A great companion and a great friend. Thoros would gladly pretend to be a woman for the sake of Beric Dondarrion just like Little John did.

King Joffrey is Prince John

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Just look, their faces are the exact same. Then there's the lion connection. And Joffrey also  cries for his mommy.

Littlefinger and Varys are Sir Hiss

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Littlefinger and Varys are two sides of the same coin, so to speak. Especially if that coin is Sir Hiss.

Tywin Lannister is the Sheriff of Nottingham

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Tywin is better at his job than the Sheriff, but they both ruin everyone's lives by collecting taxes and being general jerks.

The Hound is Captain Crocodile

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Except maybe Captain Crocodile is treated a bit better.

Maid Marian is Daenerys Targaryen

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The heroine of our story was locked away by her prince (Viserys/Prince John), but came into her own only after she was freed. It seems likely Dany and Beric would get along really well if they ever met on "Game of Thrones."

The Night's Watch are the prison raccoons

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Jon Snow and Samwell Tarly might be good guys, just like a couple of these raccoons likely are. But the rest of the Night's Watch is full of cutthroats and thieves who should probably actually be in prison.

Arya Stark is Skippy

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Sure, Skippy could have been Robb, or Jon, or even Bran. But it seems pretty clear the most capable young Stark is Arya, who has a run-in with "Game of Thrones'" Robin Hood in Season 3 anyway.

Rickon Stark is the stuffed rabbit

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Except maybe the rabbit had a bit more screen time.
Photo/Video credit: HBO/Walt Disney Pictures