ByGenevieve Van Voorhis, writer at Creators.co
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When you play the game of thrones, you'd better make sure that you've got rock solid insurance coverage. Just call Alison Longdon, the head of product at Staysure. She designed the plans for these three following Game Of Thrones characters in the May issue of Wired, and they're just as silly as they are sensible.

1. Daenerys Targaryen

The Mother of Dragons is merely 21 and appears to be in good health, and thus has access to the cheapest insurance options in the seven kingdoms. For only $55 (£38) per month, she can cover her assets against risks like dragon accidents and regicide. Longdon advises:

Daenerys would need to take out some cover for herself in case one of her beloved dragons turns on her, as well as psychiatric cover if she succumbs to the Targaryen madness.

2. Tyrion Lannister

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Everyone's favorite dwarf is a midlevel risk for Seven Kingdoms insurers. At 38, he finds himself with pre-existing risks of greyscale, alcoholism, and STDs. A plan for Tyrion would cost about $88 (£61) per month:

I would recommend that Lannister should go for a private health-insurance policy with full inpatient cover for injuries and a worldwide travel option while he's in Meereen.

3. Cersei Lannister

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Longdon recommended the priciest plan in Westeros for the one and only Cersei Lannister. The 42-year-old queen mother faces a massive risk of assassination, and that'll cost her about $161 (£111) each month. Longdon advises:

Cersei should look for private health insurance with access to the exclusive hospitals in King's Landing. She should add Jaime on to it, though they'll need reminding he can't be listed as her spouse.
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Who else needs insurance in the Seven Kingdoms? What kind of plan would you write up?

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