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

Tags: wildlings

1. Living in the Seven Kingdoms
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... with sundry towns; some are bustling crossroads while others are tiny, remote villages. The Mountains of the Moon and the lands beyond the Wall are inhabited by barbarian wildlings willing to kill and ...
2. The Night's Watch Steward
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... a member of the Night’s Watch. Their jobs have little glory in them — no wildlings to fight off or castles to build. Not everyone who becomes a Sworn Brother yearns to fight, though. Many smallfolk could ...
3. 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 ...
4. The Raider
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... Level, a Raider gains a +2 bonus to Initiative. Foe Hunter At 3rd Level, the character chooses a house or group, such as black brothers, wildlings, or Starks, that is opposed to his or her own. The ...
5. The Man-at-arms
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
Bannermen in service to their lord; wandering sellswords looking to trade their martial prowess for a bit of coin; feral wildlings tearing into their enemies with tooth and dagger — these are but a few ...
6. Bran Stark
(World of Westeros/People)
... delusion, Bran’s subconscious mind trying to spin him a wonderful story, a way of convincing himself that waking up was worth it. But around Bran, subtle changes begin to occur. When wildlings botch ...
7. The Night's Watch
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
... the barbaric human settlers of the areas north of the Wall, known as wildlings, are not allowed to raid south of the Wall, with their ancient task all but forgotten by time and mostly replaced by practical, ...
8. Hardhome
(World of Westeros/Cities)
... continent of Westeros, and is the home of the wildlings.  ...
9. Classes
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... lands north of the Wall, bringing battle to the wildlings and greater threats. Night's Watch Steward A brother of the Night’s Watch, the Stewards are the caretakers, majordomos, tutors, and scholars ...
10. House Umber
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
... and Hother, rule the Last Hearth in his stead as joint castellans. Besides winning renown in battle, the Umbers are concerned with the threat the wildlings beyond the Wall can pose. Wildlings sometimes ...
11. The Others
(Faiths of Westeros/Faiths of Westeros)
Some of the wildlings who live north of the Wall worship the ice-creatures, known as the Others, as gods. They often refer to the Others as the "cold gods" who come with the snows, and believe that they ...
12. Geography
(Category)
... far North remains unmapped. This is due in large part to the extreme cold and the presence of hostiles known as wildlings that inhabit the region. Westeros was originally divided into several independent ...
13. People
(Category)
There are many kinds of people found in Westeros; Rugged wildlings, honorable warriors, ignoble knights, unscrupulous mercenaries, power hungry nobles, venerated kings, mysterious assassins, and just about ...