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21. History of the Targaryens
(World of Westeros/History)
... such metal was apparently lost with Valyria, making those remaining weapons highly treasured and extremely rare. Most Valyrian steel blades in Westeros are treasured heirlooms of noble houses, each with ...
22. Languages of Westeros
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
There are many languages spoken in Westeros. The following is a list of the most commonly known: • First Tongue The ancient language of the First Men. This language is still spoken among the Giants. ...
23. Varys, The Spider
(World of Westeros/People)
... Khal Drogo will not move towards Westeros until his child is born. He wants the outbreak of hostilities between Stark and Lannister delayed until the Khal is ready to move. Illyrio will pay Varys for information ...
24. Viserys Targaryen III, Beggar King
(World of Westeros/People)
... is his idea to marry Daenerys to Khal Drogo, the leader of a mighty Dothraki khalasar, in exchange for the use of the Khal’s troops in the retaking of Westeros, and the promise of a golden crown. Viserys’s ...
25. Tywin Lannister
(World of Westeros/People)
... ruthless, and unforgiving, Tywin Lannister is also practical and pragmatic — the perfect man to rule the wealthiest House in Westeros. For 20 years, he was the Hand to King Aerys Targaryen II, despite ...
26. Drogo
(World of Westeros/People)
... him. A mind too lodged in the ways of Westeros would consider him a savage on first appearance. His skin is deep copper, his heavy moustache is ringed with gold, and his braided hair reaches far down his ...
27. A Game of Thrones World Map
(Resources/Maps of Westeros)
Map of the world, from Westeros to Essos (click for a larger view ~ 5MB):  ...
28. Currency in Westeros & Beyond
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
Coinage is a luxury, employed primarily by the merchant and noble classes. Many smallfolk simply engage in barter. This is slowly changing, especially in major urban centres like King’s Landing, Oldtown, ...
29. The Age of Dragons
(World of Westeros/History)
... of the Doom fled on ships. One family of high lords, the Targaryens, had settled upon Dragonstone 100 years previously, and so it is that the Targaryens and their dragons arrived on Westeros, lead by Aegon ...
30. The Age of Valyria
(World of Westeros/History)
... that can still be found today. Thousands of these blades still exist, though only 200 or so are known to be scattered throughout Westeros.  ...
31. The Rhoynar
(World of Westeros/History)
The last major migration into Westeros came some 1,000 years prior to the reign of King Robert Baratheon. The Rhoynar originally lived beyond the narrow sea to the east, in cities along the Rhoyne River. ...
32. A Song of Ice and Fire
(About Game of Thrones/The Project)
A Song of Ice and Fire (ASoIaF) is an epic fantasy series by American novelist and screenwriter George R. R. Martin set in a fictional world called Westeros. Martin began writing the series in 1991 and ...
33. Pentos, Free City
(World of Westeros/Cities)
... trade across the Narrow Sea with Westeros, while paying tribute to the Dothraki horse-lords to avoid domination. Pentos is situated near the middle of the Eastern coastline, almost directly across the ...
A view of the largest city in Westeros, King's Landing (and the Red Keep), as envisioned by the artist Ted Nasmith and published for the critically acclaimed series A Song of Ice and Fire: A view ...
35. The First Men
(World of Westeros/History)
Roughly 12,000 years before the reign of Robert Baratheon, the First Men came to Westeros on a land bridge between the eastern continent and the land that would later be named Dorne. These men brought ...
36. The Dawn Age
(World of Westeros/History)
The first inhabitants of Westeros were known as the Children of the Forest. Their origins dated back to the earliest times, known as the Dawn Age. No larger than modern children even at their full height, ...
37. Sandor Clegane, The Hound
(World of Westeros/People)
... vows of knighthood can be. Brave, strong, and loyal, Sandor consistently demonstrates the qualities of a good man behind the attitudes of a bad one. By the double standards of Westeros, it’s a winning ...
38. Gregor Clegane, The Mountain that Rides
(World of Westeros/People)
... of Westeros. He is a giant of a man: nearly eight feet tall, broad-muscled, and impossibly strong and tough, with limbs like thick trees and a deep voice that sounds like stone breaking. Solitary and grim, ...
39. Joffrey Baratheon
(World of Westeros/People)
... of the pouty lip and petulant squeal, Joffrey is a magnificent example of why close relatives shouldn’t marry. Prince Joffrey Baratheon, heir to the throne of Westeros, has the dubious honour of being ...
40. Petyr Baelish, Littlefinger
(World of Westeros/People)
... to be found in all of Westeros. Betrayal’s colour is seldom black or white, but instead clothes itself in many shades of grey. People are fooled by his light laughter and flippant ways, but Littlefinger ...
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