"When you play the Game of Canberra, you win or you die," said at least one Australian politician, probably*, at some point since Game of Thrones started six years ago.
Well now the country's political elite can get their work-commute rev-up on with this tailor made credits sequence, which replaces key landmarks in the fictional Westeros with the key landmarks in the sometimes stranger than fiction Canberra.
The video was made by ANU medical student and graphic designer Michael Li as part of the med student's students' 2016 revue titled 'Murder She Prescribed,' reports the Canberra Times.
Revue producer and medical student Jonathan Peake told the Canberra Times the group gives Li free creative reign.
"He comes up with some awesome stuff, he really is an asset to our production and making it enjoyable, fun, topical and relevant," he told the newspaper.
Last year Li brought us a slightly darker Canberra, to the tune of House of Cards.
We also found this parody of Game of Thrones, with goats.
With Australia coming to the end of a mammoth eight week election campaign, we'll forgive anyone who sees any real life political parallels in the below video.