With April already here, the 2 year-long wait is almost over and the final season of Game of Thrones is less than 2 weeks away. To celebrate this monumental event, Oreo teamed up with HBO to release a special line of treats, new limited-edition Oreo cookies. And if you’re not caught up with the latest seasons, beware, spoilers ahead!

The cookies feature some of the elements that any classic Game of Thrones fan would recognize and love. The unique embossments on the chocolate wafer show the banners of 3 remaining houses still fighting for the Throne and the true enemy in the battle for life and death.

Oreo teamed up with HBO to create the iconic opening sequence using cookies

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

Fans of the show trying the new cookies might come across the three-headed dragon of House Targaryen, the fierce lion of House Lannister, the lone direwolf of House Stark or the chilling face of the Night King. According to Oreo representatives, some very lucky fans might get a special surprise for pledging their fealty on social media using #GameofCookies and #ForTheThrone hashtags.

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

But just dropping a limited-edition line of cookies for such a grandiose show wouldn’t cut it without something truly exciting, and we’re sure both Oreo and HBO are well-aware of that. That’s why they recreated the already-iconic show’s opening credits sequence using Oreo cookies. In fact, Oreo reported that a total of 2,750 cookies was used to create this black (brown?) and white masterpiece.

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

The video features the seats of the remaining houses, as well as the Wall up in the North, that, unfortunately, did not hold back the army of dead as we’ve last seen it. As the main title song, composed by Ramin Djawadi, hits the first notes, we see the ‘oreo-fied’ King’s Landing rise from a field of crème filling, with the towers of the Red Keep circling up, bearing the banner of House Lannister.

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

As the camera shifts to the island east of King’s Landing, we’re presented with the cookie version of Dragonstone, the ancestral seat of House Targaryen. Many dragons once roamed the island and shadows of Stannis’ rule still haunt the castle, but the Oreo version of the seat clearly indicates who is in power there now, with a cookie embossment of Daenerys’ sigil, a three-headed dragon.

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

The last area the video showcases is the North, where the seat of House Stark, Winterfell, is located. The rising towers expose the cookie with the Stark sigil, a direwolf. The last area shown is Castle Black with the rising wall in the background.

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

The 8th and final season of Game of Thrones airs on 14th of April.

Image credits: HBO / Oreo

Watch the full sequence in the video below