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

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1. Timeline: History of Westeros
(World of Westeros/History)
... the Black rules the Iron Islands and the Trident - Targaryens set foot on Westeros - Aegon’s conquest - The army of the Two Kings destroyed on the Field of Fire - Harlen Tyrell raised to lord of the Reach ...
2. History of the Targaryens
(World of Westeros/History)
... House Corbray. Red Rain - Carried by the Drumms of the Iron Islands, taken from a mainland knight by Hilmar Drumm. Nightfall - Longswords carried by Ser Harras Harlaw of the Isle of Harlaw in the ...
3. Pyke - A Song of Ice and Fire
A view of Pyke, seat of House Greyjoy, as envisioned by the artist Ted Nasmith and published for the critically acclaimed series A Song of Ice and Fire: Another view of Pyke, seat of House Greyjoy, ...
4. The Andals
(World of Westeros/History)
... were encountered. Within 2,000 years, they had spread as far as the Iron Islands. In the end, six southron kingdoms fell to the Andals; only the North remained under the First Men, ruled by the Kings of ...
5. A Song of Ice and Fire
(About Game of Thrones/The Project)
... Kraken. Taken from the Iron Islands chapters in A Feast for Crows. Plot and Setting A Song of Ice and Fire is set in a fictitious world reminiscent of Europe in the Middle Ages. There are three ...
6. The First Men
(World of Westeros/History)
... though, the children only forced future invaders to turn to sailing ships. The First Men spread throughout the continent, and even settled the Iron Islands. It was they who found the Seastone Chair standing ...
7. Names in the Seven Kingdoms & Beyond
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... (the Westerlands), Pyke (the Iron Islands), Rivers (the Riverlands), Sand (Dorne), Snow (the North), Stone (the Vale), Storm (the Stormlands), and Waters (Dragonstone and King’s Landing). Bastards can ...
8. Update: Pyke Mine
(News/Latest News)
A glimpse at the iron mines on the island of Pyke in the Neverwinter Nights 2 (NWN2) The North module, part of A Game of Thrones Westeros persistent world.
9. House Goodbrother
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Sigil: A gold-banded black warhorn on red. House Goodbrother is a sworn bannerhouse of House Greyjoy. One of the smaller houses, the Goodbrothers of Great Wyk are known for wearing goat hair sashes. The ...
10. House Farwynd
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Sigil: Per fesse: below a black sea with crested line, a black longship, outlined against the setting sun, dark red on orange. House Farwynd is a sworn bannerhouse of House Greyjoy. Considered strange ...
11. History of the Ironborn
(World of Westeros/History)
... in raids. For the folk of the Iron Islands, the only true occupation is war. The people of the Iron Islands have always valued their freedom. Their earliest known cultures were as separate island kingdoms. ...
12. Euron Greyjoy
(World of Westeros/People)
... return while Balon was alive. Euron returned to the isles the day after Balon's death, the timing of which strongly implied his involvement. He had not been seen in the Iron Islands for over two years ...
13. Victarian Greyjoy
(World of Westeros/People)
Brother to Balon and Lord Commander of the Iron Fleet. Victarion loves battle and the open sea. He is a very capable commander and a fierce warrior in battle, but has a calm demeanor outside of it, thinking ...
14. Theon Greyjoy
(World of Westeros/People)
... to understand. — A Game of Thrones The Iron Islands breed hardy folk, fit for seafaring and battle and, some say, little else. Take them away from the salt-wracked stones of Pyke, and they turn into ...
15. Asha Greyjoy
(World of Westeros/People)
Balon Greyjoy's only daughter and oldest living child, Asha was raised as his unofficial heir. She is fierce and proud, and defies traditional Ironborn gender roles by commanding her own ship and leading ...
16. Aeron Greyjoy
(World of Westeros/People)
The youngest of Balon's brothers, Aeron was a ribald drunk in his youth. He once wagered his birthright against a flock of goats that he could douse a hearth-fire by urinating on it, and won. After a near-drowning, ...
17. Balon Greyjoy
(World of Westeros/People)
Prior to his death, Balon Greyjoy was Lord of the Iron Islands, King of Salt and Rock, Son of the Sea Wind, Lord Reaper of Pyke, captain of the Great Kraken. A harsh and fierce man, devoted in most respects ...
18. House Wynch
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Sigil: A bloody moon on purple. House Wynch is a sworn bannerhouse of House Greyjoy. Their seat is Iron Holt. They share the island of Pyke with the Greyjoys. The only known member of the house was Ser ...
19. House Orkwood
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
... Iron Islands.  ...
20. House Merlyn
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Sigil: Intertwining waterspouts, green on white. House Merlyn is a sworn bannerhouse of House Greyjoy. The Merlyns have a turreted towerhouse from which they rule the town of Pebbleton and its several ...
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