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o The Wall
A colossal fortification which stretches for 300 miles along the northern border of the Seven Kingdoms, defending the realm from the wildlings who live beyond. The Wall is reported to be over 800 feet tall and is made of solid ice. It was reportedly constructed using both magic and mundane means some eight millennia ago to defend the realm against the Others who reportedly dwell in the uppermost north, although the Others are now only considered to be mythical. The Wall is defended and held by the Sworn Brothers of the Night's Watch.
7 65 May 2 2013, 05:57 PM
In: Last PostThe Blackest Secrets
By: Osmond Lannister
o The North
Ruled from the castle of Winterfell by House Stark. It is the largest of the nine major regions of the continent, almost equal in size to the other eight combined.
Subforums: Winterfell, Bear Island, Castle Cerwyn, Deepwood Motte, The Dreadfort, Greywater Watch, Hornwood, Karhold, The Last Hearth, Torrhen's Square, White Harbor, Moat Cailin

13 127 Dec 26 2013, 06:59 AM
In: Last PostThe fox's paws and the ...
By: Esmund Crowe
o The Vale of Arryn
Formerly a sovereign nation known as the Kingdom of Mountain and Vale before the Targaryen conquest. The Vale is ruled by House Arryn from the castle known as the Eyrie. Protected and surrounded by mountain ranges, the Vale tends to be slightly isolated from the rest of Westeros.
Subforums: The Eyrie, The Bloody Gate, The Fingers, The Gates of the Moon, Gulltown, Runestone

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o The Riverlands
Located in the rough center of the continent, it has been a frequent battleground in the civil wars that have afflicted the Seven Kingdoms and also in the wars that took place between the old nations of the continent before the Targaryen conquest. The Riverlands were ruled by the ironborn at the time of the Targaryen conquest, and Aegon the Conqueror's assault was assisted by a popular uprising led by House Tully. For this reason - that the Riverlands didn't have a king at the time of the invasion - the Riverlands are not technically counted as part of the 'Seven' Kingdoms (and are sometimes said to 'make the eight'). However, for administrative purposes, the Riverlands and their rulers are equal to any other region of the realm. The Riverlands are ruled from the castle of Riverrun by House Tully.
Subforums: Riverrun, Harrenhal, Seagard, Stone Hedge, The Twins

6 112 Mar 30 2014, 08:53 AM
In: Last PostDear foxling
By: Sophia Graeme
o The Westerlands
It was formerly a sovereign nation known as the Kingdom of the Rock before the Targaryen conquest. The Westerlands are ruled from the castle of Casterly Rock by House Lannister. It is one of the smaller regions of the Seven Kingdoms, but is immensely rich in natural resources, particularly metals.
Subforums: Casterly Rock, Ashemark, The Crag, The Golden Tooth, Lannisport

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o The Iron Islands
They were a sovereign nation before being subdued by Aegon the Conqueror. The Iron Islands are ruled from Pyke by House Greyjoy. They are the smallest and least-populous of the regions of Westeros, but the naval skills of their population are unmatched and they enjoy great mobility due to their ships. The people of the Iron Islands, the ironborn, have a traditional raiding and pillaging culture, which they have been forced by the Iron Throne to rein in.
Subforums: Pyke, Ten Towers

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o The Crownlands
It was never a sovereign nation, instead being contested between the Riverlands, Stormlands and other regions until Aegon the Conqueror seized control of the area during his invasion and made it his primary foothold on the continent. The Crownlands is divided into two areas: the mainland part administered directly by the King on the Iron Throne and his small council from the city of King's Landing, and the offshore islands under the authority of the Prince of Dragonstone
Subforums: King's Landing, Castle Stokeworth, Duskendale, Rosby, Dragonstone, Claw Isle, Driftmark

18 174 Aug 12 2015, 03:21 PM
In: Last PostSecrets of the Sea II
By: Haytham Crowe
o The Stormlands
It was originally a sovereign nation known as the Storm Kingdom, until Aegon the Conqueror united Westeros under his rule. The Stormlands are ruled from the castle of Storm's End by House Baratheon. They are so-named for the savage and frequent storms that batter the coast.
Subforums: Storm's End, Blackhaven, Cape Wrath, Evenfall Hall, Griffin's Roost, Harvest Hall

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o The Reach
Formerly a sovereign nation known as the Kingdom of the Reach before the Targaryen conquest. The Reach is ruled from the castle of Highgarden by House Tyrell. It is one of the larger regions of the Seven Kingdoms.
Subforums: Horn Hill, Oldtown, Highgarden, The Arbor, Brightwater Keep

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o Dorne
It is the southern-most part of the continent, located thousands of miles from Winterfell and the North. Dorne was a sovereign kingdom before the invasion of Aegon the Conqueror, and weathered his attack to remain one afterwards, the only one of the Seven Kingdoms to retain its liberty. It joined the Seven Kingdoms through peaceful marriage alliances nearly two centuries later. Dorne is ruled from the castle of Sunspear by House Martell.
Subforums: Sunspear, Starfall, The Tor, Yronwood

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