A Game of Thrones • A Song of Ice and Fire NWN2 Persistent World • Low Magic Role Play

Tags: The Wall

41. Storm's End
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
... the storms. Some believe this is because the Children of the Forest took a hand in its construction; others believe that a young boy who grew up to be Brandon Stark, the builder of the Wall, advised Durran ...
42. Ten Towers
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
... built within the thickness of the walls. It has at least five stories, and is named after Lord Harlaw's library that is kept there. Longships can moor beneath the castle and there is a village associated ...
43. Pyke
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
... itself. The Walls of Pyke On the largest island, a long crescent shaped wall between two cliffs closes off the headland near the foot of the great stone bridge that leads to the Great Keep. A central ...
44. House Umber
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
... name, Last Hearth is the last noble seat before one reaches the Gift and the Wall beyond. The castle rules a great forested domain, from the kingsroad to the Bay of Seals. The Umbers can raise a levy of ...
45. House Tarly
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
... taunted by the trainer, Ser Alliser Thorne, for his cowardice, Sam was then befriended by Jon Snow, who was instrumental in having Sam made Maester Aemon's steward. While beyond The Wall with the Lord ...
46. House Reed
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
... vision of a three-eyed crow, Jojen began urging Bran to travel north of the Wall to find the crow. After Theon took Winterfell, Jojen fled with Bran, Meera, and Hodor and passed through Wall into the lands ...
47. House Mormont
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
... slaves meant for service at the Wall. He fled to Lys with her, but she soon left him to become a treasured member of a harem of the local royalty. Thereafter he wandered the Free Cities for five years. ...
48. House Targaryen
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
... for the Targaryens rode dragons: Balerion, Vhagar, and Meraxes, named after old gods of Valyria. At the end of the conquest, Aegon was king of all the lands from the Wall to the Dornish Marches, and from ...
49. House Stark
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
... Brandon the Builder, the King in the North who built the Wall and ceded the lands south of it to its protectors, the Night’s Watch. For several thousand years, the Kings in the North defended the Seven ...
50. House Baratheon
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
... he is able to keep the Seven Kingdoms from fracturing beyond repair, he will soon find himself confronted by even greater threats — both an unknown enemy from beyond the Wall and the daughter of a dragon ...
... and Dorne with Cornwall. Westeros is, however, much larger than Britain, stretching for nearly three thousand miles from the Wall to the Summer Sea. Martin is an avid student of medieval Europe, and ...
... The Wall is similar to Hadrian's Wall - an ancient wall from an earlier era. King's Landing is more or less where London is. Aegon the Conqueror has a remarkably similar title to William the Conqueror ...
53. Map of Westeros
(Comments)
I would really like to get it in higher resolution in order to print it and hang it on the wall. Can You post it in higher resolution ? ...
Well duh it's the north side of the wall. Have you read the books? The wall was built higher with every generation for the last 8000 years since the dawn of days, after 'the first Men' nad 'the Andals' ...
Now that's a big wall! This must be wildling side (Land Beyond the Wall) as there's no sign of Castle Black. Makes you wonder what they were trying to keep out with a wall 700ft tall.... ...
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