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

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1. SFX Book - Game of Thrones!
(News/Latest News)
... to learn more about the dark gritty world of Westeros and its characters, this book by SFX is a must have. Read more »  ...
2. Living in the Seven Kingdoms
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
Playing a character in the Seven Kingdoms can be different from other fantasy RPGs. There is far more intrigue in Westeros than there are monsters, and so players seeking a game of epic fantasy combat ...
3. Timeline: History of Westeros
(World of Westeros/History)
Timeline of the History of Westeros Note: The dates listed are approximations. Westerosi scholars debate many of the events of history, and thus there may be conflicting interpretations. Additionally, ...
4. The Long Night
(World of Westeros/History)
Approximately 8,000 years ago, an unnatural cold swept Westeros and the Long Night set in. The sun did not seem to rise for a generation. From the distant north, creatures known as the Others descended ...
5. The Age of Heroes
(World of Westeros/History)
The truce between the First Men and Children of the Forest (The Pact) marked the end of the Dawn Age and the beginning of the Age of Heroes. A hundred kingdoms rose and fell. This was a rugged time where ...
A view of the largest city and seat of power in Westeros, King's Landing (and the Red Keep), as seen on the HBO series Game of Thrones:  ...
7. The Water Dancer
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
The traditions of the Free Cities are fundamentally different from those of Westeros. Nowhere is this more clear than in the manners and skills of the Water Dancer. The term “water dancer” is used to describe ...
8. The Spy
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
It is perhaps a truism that the politics of Westeros are both complex and personal. Since the earliest days of the Seven Kingdoms, the conflicts between the great houses have been based at least as much ...
9. The Night's Watch Steward
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... the Wall and taking up arms in defence of the Wall and all of Westeros. A Steward is still able to protect himself and the rest of the brotherhood on the Wall. Sometimes, a Steward surprises himself and ...
10. The Night's Watch Ranger
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
In the far north of Westeros, a mighty barricade serves as the first and last line of defence against the barbarian wildlings who range across the icy wastes, the last of the giants, and even the Others ...
11. The Knight
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
The Knight represents the best and most noble that Westeros has to offer. He is an armoured and mounted combat specialist, usually sworn to the service of one of the great houses. Traditionally chivalrous, ...
12. The Commander
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... knowledge to their men. Great Commanders abound in the military history of Westeros. Some, like the Young Dragon who conquered Dorne, were able to win through against breathtaking odds. These noble warriors ...
13. The Brother of the Kingsguard
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
The Kingsguard serve the king of the Seven Kingdoms; there is no more important noble assignment anywhere in Westeros. They are sworn to defend the king — and his secrets — along with the royal family ...
14. The Bloodrider
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... be a Bloodrider, is the essence of the Bloodrider’s calling. Better horsemen than the mounted Knights of Westeros, the Bloodriders are the consummate warrior elite of the Dothraki Sea. They are the best ...
15. The Raider
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
Raiders live on the fringes of Westerosi society — sometimes self-styled lords, other times wildmen, but always dangerous to the houses that control the Seven Kingdoms. Raiders rarely holds any allegiances ...
16. The Noble
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
The Noble lords of the great houses of Westeros control the fate of the Seven Kingdoms, affecting all those beneath them with every decision and action made. Nobles may be fat merchants sitting behind ...
17. Smallfolk / Commoners
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
The politics of the noble lords are played on the backs of the smallfolk whom they rule. This is true not only in Westeros, but extends to the lands beyond the narrow sea. Wherever men rule by tradition ...
18. The Hunter
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
...  Background All of the houses of Westeros, both great and small, employ Hunters to train their children and keep their stocks full of fresh meat. Great Hunters often enjoy friendships with lords and ...
19. Syrio Forel
(World of Westeros/People)
... instructor. His methods are unorthodox to the sensibilities of the folk of Westeros, but his teaching is sound and practical, giving Arya a good foundation upon which to build. Syrio is clever and observant, ...
20. Mirri Maz Duur
(World of Westeros/People)
... a moonsinger, crop magic and horse tending from the Dothraki, and healing arts from a Westerosi maester. She also apprenticed with a bloodmage from the Shadow Lands, whose secrets she carefully guards; ...
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