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

Tags: rhoynish

1. Languages of Westeros
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... a superior writing system that supplanted the First Men's runes. Almost all of the early history of Westeros was written after the Andal invasions, causing it to have an Andal perspective. • Rhoynish ...
2. The Rhoynar
(World of Westeros/History)
... not stretched beyond the borders of Dorne. Most Dornishmen worship the Seven of the Andals today, but a few still honour the old Rhoynish gods.  ...
3. Names in the Seven Kingdoms & Beyond
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... and descriptive: Stark, Flint, Tallhart, and Glover. Rhoynish names, seen most often in Dorne, are longer and more complex, like Allyrion, Santagar, and Qorgyle. Finally, names like Baratheon, Targaryen, ...
4. Orphans of the Greenblood
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
... rafts from the wreckage of Nymeria's boats and lived on them in a more traditional Rhoynish fashion. The orphans of the Greenblood strive to remain true to their heritage, rejecting the Andals' Seven and ...
5. House Martell
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
... of the Dornish can be attributed to their Rhoynish descent. Despite their reputation for quick tempers, however, Dorne has been silent while the rest of the realm has been thrown into turmoil. The spears ...
6. Mother Rhoyne
(Faiths of Westeros/Faiths of Westeros)
In Dorne, the orphans of the Greenblood continue to worship their Rhoynish gods from across the narrow sea. Their chief god is Mother Rhoyne, a personification of their ancestral home, the river Rhoyne. ...
7. Customs & Laws of the Seven Kingdoms
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... Rhoynish influence, Dorne recognises the eldest child as the proper heir, regardless of sex. In cases where there are no surviving sons, the lines of inheritance become less clear. Women can hold lands ...
8. Dorne
(World of Westeros/Geography)
... Its princes rule from the mountains, the desert, and the sea, following 1,000 years of Rhoynish tradition and rule. Until Princess Nymeria and the Rhoynar crossed the sea, it was populated by the descendants ...