This publicity image released by HBO shows Emilia Clarke in a scene from "Game of Thrones." (AP Photo/HBO, Keith Bernstein)
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Cult television saga "Game of Thrones" may be best known for killing off its leading characters, but a US academic is trying to salvage a living language from all the death and destruction.Peterson said that he had often been asked by fans when he was going to make his new language open to all, and the course was his response.The book series is not yet complete, but budding Dothraki will have to hurry to learn the new language as most of the characters in the show drawn from the tribe have already been killed or died of thirst.
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