Maisie Williams Gets Own ‘Game Of Thrones’ Spinoff In This Fan-Made Buddy Comedy

Introducing "Arya and The Hound."

Warning: spoilers for “Game of Thrones” below.

Arya Stark’s complicated friendship with Sandor “The Hound” Clegan is the focus of a new parody fan-made “Game of Thrones”-themed trailer.

Los Angeles-based filmmaker Lance Krall shared the short buddy comedy-style clip, set to Jim Croce’s “I Got A Name,” to Vimeo on Wednesday.

Please be HBO’s next spinoff,” the former writer for “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” tweeted at British actress Maisie Williams, who plays Stark in the epic fantasy drama.

Three real “Thrones” spinoffs are reportedly already in the works.

The parody starts with Stark and The Hound (played by Rory McCann) leaving Winterfell at the end of the fourth episode in Season 8 and takes an evocative look back at their earlier adventures ― many of which involved killing.

Check out the video here:

Krall, who runs TV development company Picture It Productions, said the idea came to him “in a dream” after watching “The Last of the Starks” episode.

“I literally was watching the show, saw the intro (Jim Croce song and all), and when I woke up, I couldn’t get it out of my mind,” he told HuffPost via email on Thursday. “I kept telling my wife about how cool it was and she kept telling me, ‘Will you please get the kids ready for school.’”

“I guess you can say it was my ‘Field of Dreams,’” he added.

Krall spent “just a couple of hours” creating the video, which a colleague suggested he share online, because “I already saw it in my head” and it was “just a matter of assembling the clips.”

“I love that people are enjoying it,” he said. “It certainly makes me smile when I watch it.”

Krall described the final season of “Thrones” as “bittersweet.” He said he’s “painfully aware that with each passing episode, the door closes a bit more on one of the greatest television series in history.”

“That’s why I think I had that dream,” he said. “I don’t want the journey to end. Especially for Arya and The Hound.”

This article has been updated to include Krall’s comments.

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