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

Tags: the warrior

1. The Water Dancer
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... Dancer cannot be ruled by anger or fear, but must learn to calm him or herself and concentrate on the task at hand. Since their training focuses first on this aspect of the warrior’s craft, trained Water ...
2. The Night's Watch Steward
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... of the Stewards. While the Rangers are the warriors and scouts, and the Builders are the masons, craftsmen, and carpenters who maintain what is left in the Watch’s care, the order of the Stewards are perhaps ...
3. The Noble
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... Man-at-arms. Those who follow the path of the warrior will often train for either the Knight or Commander Prestige Class. If he doesn’t multiclass early on, the Noble should consider gaining the Weapon ...
4. The Godsworn
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... round, Kardaine inspires Ser Ran. On the second round Kardaine inspires Brendal, and Morgan Snow on the third round. He continues to pray on the fourth round, but on the fifth round he prays to the Warrior ...
5. The Rhoynar
(World of Westeros/History)
... Legends say that the warrior-queen Nymeria sailed across the sea with an army made primarily of women, in a fleet of 10,000 ships. Nymeria married Lord Mors Martell, and together they were able to defeat ...
6. Nymeria, Arya's Direwolf
(World of Westeros/People)
Nymeria nipped eagerly at her hand as Arya untied her. She had yellow eyes. When they caught the sunlight, they gleamed like two golden coins. Arya had named her after the warrior queen of the Rhoyne, ...
7. Mountain Clans of the Vale
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
... by burning off a body part of their choosing, usually a finger or nipple. The more important the body part burned, the more prestige the warrior gains. The clans cooperate in many ventures, including raids, ...
8. The Faith Militant
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
... are the Warrior's Sons and the Poor Fellows. Together they are often called the Sword and Stars. Historically, the orders made trouble for the nobles and royalty of the Seven Kingdoms. King Maegor ultimately ...
9. Robert Baratheon
(World of Westeros/People)
... The man who sits on the Iron Throne is no longer Robert Baratheon, the warrior. The hero of a hundred battles and perhaps as many bedchambers exists no more. The Targaryens could not kill the usurper, ...
10. The Bloody Gate
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
... armies were destroyed attempting to breach it during the Age of Heroes. In the present day and age, it guards mostly against raids by the warrior clans of the mountains. The last Knight of the Gate was ...
11. House Martell
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
... lords or kings, and foreign Rhoynar blood runs in their veins. A millennia ago, the Rhoynar followed the warrior-queen Nymeria across the narrow sea. Much of the distinct appearances, tastes, and attitudes ...
12. R'hllor
(Faiths of Westeros/Faiths of Westeros)
... Ahai is also called the Prince that was Promised, the Warrior of Light, and the Son of Fire. Prophecy holds that he will wield a flaming sword called Lightbringer, the Red Sword of Heroes, and raise dragons ...
13. The Seven
(Faiths of Westeros/Faiths of Westeros)
...  The Warrior, patron of battles and soldiers, is portrayed wielding a sword. Faithful worshipers of the new gods will beseech him for victory in war or courage in battle. The wizened Crone is the face ...