Bringing together two universes is not an easy task, and if they are two of the most favorite universes in the separate genre then it's even harder, but a talented animator has managed to bring together "Pokémon" and "Game of Thrones," and it looks very astounding.

Cash Sonny, a YouTube channel, recently uploaded the first episode of "Pokémon Ice And Fire - A Game of Thrones Parody." It follows the story of HBO's critically acclaimed series, A "Game of Thrones," which is based on George R.R. Martin's best-selling book series "A Song of Ice and Fire" and that's probably where this retro 8-bit parody gets its name from.

The Story:

The first episode starts somewhere at the end of the seventh season of "Game of Thrones." Jon Snow lays down the summary of the situation.

Winter is here, and so is Night King and White Walkers with their horde of Ice-Type Pokémon marching towards south to lay waste to the wall, and in order to stop that, Jon Snow suggests that every man of Winterfell has to catch 'Valyrian' Steel-Type Pokémon throughout Westeros as they are super-effective against Ice-Type Pokémon (Which is in fact, accurate to the Pokémon world) and proceeds to make his Steelix attack a Swinub.

On the other side of Westeros, Daenerys and her fleet is slowly crossing the Narrow Sea. A true Pokémon fan would expect that Daenerys would have something like Salamence or Dragonite by her side, but in this series, Daenerys has three fire-breathing Charizards by her side as well as Tyrion.

Hilariously, encountering wild Pokémon are also a part of this realm and makes it a big problem for those who forget to bring Max Repels on their long voyage.

Pokémon Ice and Fire:

Not only the animator, but the voice artists of this parody are extremely talented as their voices are very similar to the actors in the show, especially, the voice of Jon Snow's actor has an uncanny resemblance to that of Kit Harington's.

It's currently not known if Cash Sonny will upload more episodes of the series but showing the YouTuber enough support will make it certain that more episodes of the series are uploaded, and it might even stretch to season 8 as well which is coming in 2019.

This isn't the first time that someone combined these two universes.

Back in June 2016, after the end of the sixth season of game of thrones, an artist/illustrator called Kaleb Raleigh posted some "Fakemon" on his DeviantArt Page. This fakemon were based on each house of the "Game of Thrones" world.