I've never watched game of thrones, I'm just a language enthusiast, and curious how many people are here as hard core GoT fans, and how many are like me, just curious to learn a new conlang.
I'm just playing around with High Valyrian, although seeing how comparatively short the tree is, I may one day finish it, but my current priority is finishing that monstrously difficult Turkish tree (only 21 more skills to go!).
G of T is meh for me, but I appreciate the fact that someone went to the trouble of constructing a well-thought-out language for the show. Although, now, I'll likely watch (er, listen) to the show a little more closely, to see if I can pick up any words I've encountered in the course here.
I wonder if the Klingon developers are a little jealous: HV only spent 254 days in the incubator (entered October 31, 2016), whereas Klingon has been in the incubator since April 9, 2015 (about 827 days so far, and still a long ways to go). . .
I think possibly Klingon may be disappointed, but looking at the tree length it's possible that if they've got more material when they're out (which considering how long klingon has been used, and the material in my house could easily make a course double the length of the current HV course) they may look at it and think ours is slower but more thorough, of course they could also not be paying attention.
Here's a playlist of videos from my own non-auxlang interest: the fictional language Paku (or Pakuni) from Land of the Lost.
Never got into GoT, I tried and watched the first season, but for some reason it seemed a bit boring to me (in a 'too much drama makes drama not special' kind of way), so I belong to the "just curious" camp. But if I like High Valyrian maybe I'll give the show another shot, to see if I recognize some words we'll see.