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

Tags: Dorne

1. Portrait of Katniss Everdeen
Tiers of ruffled organza spill out beneath a chiseled bodice, while a commanding sculpture, adorned with crystals delicately frame Katniss Everdeen.  ...
2. House Blackfyre
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
During the time when the Targaryens were fighting against Dorne, prince Daeron I died at the Dornish Marches while trying to suppress the Dornish rebellion. His younger brother, Baelor, called "The Blessed" ...
3. Timeline: The Targaryen Succession
(World of Westeros/History)
...  Aegon III The Dragonbane, Rhaenyra’s son (the last dragon died under his rule) 157 — 161 Daeron I The Young Dragon, the Boy King, eldest son of Aegon III (conquered Dorne) 161 — 171 ...
4. Timeline: History of Westeros
(World of Westeros/History)
... OF VALYRIA - Valyria conquers Old Ghis - War between Valyria and the cities of the Rhoyne 1,000 - Arrival of Nymeria and the Rhoynar in Dorne 650 - Storm Kings kill the last River King ...
5. 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 ...
6. The Hunter
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... for supper and trading hides or preserved meat for other goods and services. Most children, especially in Dorne and the North, are taught at least the basics of hunting given the harshness of their surroundings. ...
7. The Godsworn
(About Game of Thrones/Game Rules)
... living in the harsh lands of Dorne might designate Survival, but one who spends most of his time navigating the castles and intrigues of King’s Landing might choose Appraise. Prayer to the Seven At ...
8. Languages of Westeros
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... The language of the Rhoynar people that constitute modern day Dorne. • High Valyrian The language of the people of the doomed city of Valyria. • Free Cities Valyrian A bastardized form of the language ...
9. The Rhoynar
(World of Westeros/History)
... other rivals in order to make Martell the first Prince of Dorne. The Rhoynar brought their own customs and their own gods. Among the unusual traditions they introduced was the adoption of the title “Prince” ...
10. A Song of Ice and Fire
(About Game of Thrones/The Project)
... and Dorne with Cornwall. Westeros is, however, much larger than Britain, stretching for nearly three thousand miles from the Wall to the Summer Sea. Martin is an avid student of medieval Europe, and ...
11. Tyrosh, Free City
(World of Westeros/Cities)
... the mouth of the Sea of Myrth, and is part of an archipelago called The Stepstones spanning the distance between Dorne to the West and the Disputed Lands to the East. Though known for their avarice, ...
12. 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 ...
13. Ilyn Payne
(World of Westeros/People)
... his ears, but those he had grown long as a woman’s. His armour was iron-grey chain mail over layers of boiled leather, plain and unadorned, and it spoke of age and hard use. Above his right shoulder, the ...
14. 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, ...
15. History of the Martells
(World of Westeros/History)
Barely a century has passed since Dorne was brought into the Seven Kingdoms. The Targaryen King Daeron II, married early to the Dornish Princess Myriah, finally wedded Dorne to his kingdom by giving his ...
16. History of the Tyrells
(World of Westeros/History)
... Since Dorne joined the Seven Kingdoms, this has cooled somewhat. When Dorne was first conquered by Daeron the Young Dragon, however, a Lord Tyrell was left to govern. His abuses of the people led to his ...
17. History of the Arryns
(World of Westeros/History)
... brother to Eddard. Jon Arryn’s cousin, the gallant Ser Denys Arryn, was killed at the Battle of the Bells by the King’s Hand, Lord Connington. After the war was won, Jon Arryn went to Sunspear in Dorne. ...
18. Greenseers
(Houses of Westeros/Independents)
... powers. Stories describe greenseers seeing through the faces of their weirtrees, influencing animal and plant life, and shattering the Arm of Dorne into the island chain of the Stepstones. It might be ...
19. Grand Maester Pycelle
(World of Westeros/People)
... and tin and pale silver, brass and bronze and platinum. Garnets and amethysts and black pearls adorned the metalwork, and here and there an emerald or ruby. — A Game of Thrones Maester to King Robert ...
20. Portrait of Oberyn Martell
Portrait of Oberyn Martell by Amoka:
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