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

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1. Living in the Seven Kingdoms
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... same villainy. Likely the GM will have such campaign decisions mapped out in advance, but it is nice from a player’s perspective to know what your options are. Life for outlaws can be tough. Petty theft ...
2. The Age of Heroes
(World of Westeros/History)
... laws of hospitality, the obligation of a judge to also be the executioner, and the renowned Wall are all accredited to these ancestors of the northmen — even the barrows of the First Men can still be found ...
3. The Raider
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... bastards. More often than not, however, Raiders are simple outlaws and wilderness warriors living on the fringes of Westeros. Dothraki Raiders In addition to the wildings, mountain men, and ironborn, ...
4. Smallfolk / Commoners
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
... ECL). Characters may instead be outlaws and have pariah status (see Ranks -1 and the Outcast Defect), or gain status through game play (see Raised Status Feat).  ...
5. Renly Baratheon
(World of Westeros/People)
9th Level (Noble 6 / Knight 3) - Deceased Renly is the Lord of Storm’s End and the youngest brother of King Robert Baratheon. He serves as Master of Laws under Robert, but defects upon Joffrey’s ascension ...
6. Braavos, Free City
(World of Westeros/Cities)
... claws. Syrio Forel has seen these things.” — Syrio Forel to Arya Stark, A Game of Thrones Braavos, a coastal sea port of the East renown for its seafarers and master swordsmen, is arguably the most ...
7. Sansa Stark
(World of Westeros/People)
... a tomboy and getting away with it. Sansa has a very fixed idea of how things should be, and will trust anybody as long as they fit the picture book in her mind. She falls headlong into the claws of the ...
8. Jaime Lannister, Kingslayer
(World of Westeros/People)
... to guess at motives, even his own, would strike him as pointless. His loyalties are few, but they run too deep for him to question. The most important thing to Jaime is his family, for all their flaws ...
9. The Role-Player's Guide
(Resources/Manuals and Guides)
... the things that make a character really stand out. And remember, flaws can be just as important as assets when creating an interesting character. Many famous characters from movies have these critical ...
10. Brotherhood Without Banners
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
... head. Once Robert died and the Lannisters assumed control of the Iron Throne, Beric's men became an outlaw organization. As outlaws, Beric's men formed the Brotherhood as a way to uphold the spirit of ...
11. The Small Council
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... seats are always reserved for the Grand Maester and the Lord Commander of the Kingsguard. Other traditional seats include the Master of Coin, Master of Ships, Master of Laws, and Master of Whisperers. ...
12. Robert Baratheon
(World of Westeros/People)
... his shores, but ignores the very real immediate threat at home — possibly because that threat is paying his bills. Among the Seven, the Father is worshipped as a giver of laws and an example of wise rulership. ...
13. House Harlaw
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
... it took to raise it and the changeable nature of the lords who oversaw its construction. Ruling over the richest and most populous of the Iron Islands, the Harlaws are a large clan ruled by Lord Rodrik ...
14. House Umber
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
... in the order of march. Drawing his greatsword in anger at Robb’s threatening response, the Greatjon breaks all the laws of hospitality and pays for it by losing two fingers to the direwolf, Grey Wind. ...
15. House Targaryen
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
... Cities, where they have remained in exile. House Personality In their pride, the Targaryens placed themselves above the laws of the gods. They styled themselves the Kings of the Andals and the Rhoynar ...
16. House Baratheon
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
... Renly, sits at the king’s council as master of laws, ruling from afar the traditional Baratheon home, the castle of Storm’s End. By virtue of the Iron Throne, House Baratheon reigns over all the lands ...
17. Customs & Laws of the Seven Kingdoms
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
It is impossible to comprehensively define the customs and legal code that have evolved over the course of several thousand years. While this section will cover some of the common laws and traditions that ...
18. The Iron Islands
(World of Westeros/Geography)
... of the “green lands” (their name for the mainland of Westeros), their gods, and their laws. Ship captains and warriors are revered among them; it is said that every captain is a king on his or her deck, ...
You come across a rental listing that has absolutely no photographs with the ad. Additionally, make yourself aware of your state's landlord-tenant laws to know your rights when it comes to maintenance ...