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Tags: The Wall

21. Yoren
(World of Westeros/People)
... He accompanied Tyrion Lannister along the road from the Wall towards King’s Landing, developing a rough friendship with the dwarf, but stepped aside and allowed Catelyn Stark to arrest Tyrion at the Crossroads. ...
22. Names in the Seven Kingdoms & Beyond
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... of the Vale. Nicknames can even replace real names, such as the unofficial custom at the Wall, where belligerent trainers often dub raw recruits with unflattering nicknames like Toad, Pimple, and Aurochs. ...
23. Jon Snow
(World of Westeros/People)
... same respect and approbation from his family. His arrival at the Wall quickly disabuses him of his romantic notions. Upon beginning his training, Jon is deeply disappointed to learn that his new brothers ...
24. History of the Ironborn
(World of Westeros/History)
... the wall of a south tower at Pyke. In the end, Robert Baratheon and Eddard Stark raised the banners, captured the islands’ fortress capital at Pyke, and put the rebellion down. Balon’s remaining son, Theon, ...
25. Burial Rituals in the Vale
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... are turned toward the wall or covered. (Roslea). 'WATCHING THE BODY AND RITUAL OF VISITING THE CORPSE' 1. Upon a death, a family member, friend, or even a concerned stranger stands last vigil. A corpse ...
26. The Wall: A First Look
(News/Latest News)
Standing over 700 feet tall, the Wall quietly guards Westeros from invaders in the far North. Built primarily of ice and stretching across 300 miles of frozen lands, the Wall is home to the Night's Watch, ...
27. Beastiary
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... the east) Fabled Animals Basilisk (of Yi Ti) Bear, Snow Direwolf** (much larger and stronger than regular wolves reaching the size of a pony when fully grown, almost never seen south of the Wall) Dragons ...
28. Eddard Stark, Ned
(World of Westeros/People)
... of the First Men running through their veins. Their earliest royal predecessor was Brandon the Builder, and the scions of Winterfell never forget their historical links to the wall he created. The warmth ...
29. The Role-Player's Guide
(Resources/Manuals and Guides)
... on the wall opposite from you. Role-play an attempt at a heroic shot from your ranger’s bow to knock the lever into the “down” position. You are stuck in the dark with no torches and no Light spells. ...
30. The Kingsguard
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
... and stored in the Round Room of the White Sword Tower, a four story tower built into one of the walls of the Red Keep of King's Landing. In the White Book, officially known as the Book of the Brothers, ...
31. Samwell Tarley
(World of Westeros/People)
... Aemon's steward. While beyond The Wall with the Lord Commander Mormont, Sam slew an Other, discovering their susceptibility to dragonglass, for which he was nicknamed "Sam the Slayer." He was instrumental ...
32. Maester Aemon
(World of Westeros/People)
... court nobles use him against the king, Aemon went to the Wall. He serves the Night’s Watch at Castle Black, aiding in the defence of the realm and advising the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch. Even ...
33. Map of the Land Beyond the Wall
(Resources/Maps of Westeros)
Map of the Land Beyond the Wall by Amoka (click for a larger view): Map of the land beyond the Wall from A Dance with Dragons (click for a larger view):  ...
34. The Night's Watch
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
... I am the sword in the darkness. I am the watcher on the walls. I am the fi re that burns against the cold, the light that brings the dawn, the horn that wakes the sleepers, the shield that guards the realms ...
35. Strongholds of the Watch
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
The Night's Watch have nineteen strongholds evenly spaced along the Wall in the North. From West to East, they are: Westwatch by the Bridge, The Shadow Tower, Sentinel Stand, Greyguard, Stonedoor, Hoarfrost ...
36. Port of Ibben
(World of Westeros/Cities)
The Port of Ibben is a large settlement on the large island of Ibben located north of The Wall in the Shivering Sea approximately one thousand miles due east of Skagos. The Port of Ibben is known to be ...
37. Hardhome
(World of Westeros/Cities)
Hardhome is a large town on Storrold's Point, a peninsula just beyond The Wall extending north and east from the Haunted Forest into the Shivering Sea. It is the largest northern-most settlement on the ...
38. Classes
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... lands north of the Wall, bringing battle to the wildlings and greater threats. Night's Watch Steward A brother of the Night’s Watch, the Stewards are the caretakers, majordomos, tutors, and scholars ...
39. Races
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... only in the lands to the extreme north, beyond the Wall. They ride mammoths into battle, wielding crude clubs that are little more than logs. They speak the Old Tongue of the First Men. Children of the ...
40. Sunspear
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
... that clings to the walls of the castle. The stronghold's gates are designed so that the defenses of the three towers only line up in one location, which is heavily defended. Sunspear is currently held ...
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