The Westerlands

The Westerlands

The Westerlands is a region in the west of the Westeros continent. Previously this place was known to be the Kingdom of the Rock, though after Aegon’s Conquest it was renamed to the Westerlands. People who originated from this region are known as the Westermen. Bastards from this region have the surname of Hill. The […]

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The Vale

The Vale

The Vale is one of the seven kingdoms of Westeros in the east of the mainland. The Mountains of the Moon separate the rich and fertile Vale from the surrounding regions; High-altitude Eyrie, the castle of the rulers of the Arryn Vale, is considered the most impregnable castle of Westeros. It was here that the […]

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The Riverlands

The Riverlands

The Riverlands is a central region of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, consisting of the rich, fertile, and populous areas around the three forks of the Trident and the northern Blackwater Rush. At the time of Aegon’s Conquest, the Riverlands and the Iron Islands were ruled by House Hoare, the Kings of the Isles, and […]

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Dorne

Dorne

Dorne is another great part of Westeros. It is one of the most outstanding regions as well. The climate and the natural resources are very strict in Dorne and thus, it is one of the least populated areas in the whole Westeros. Due to the very uncommon and undesired natural conditions of Dorne, people and […]

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The Reach

The Reach

Reach is one of the wealthiest and the most fertile lands in the whole Westeros and on the continent of all Seven Kingdoms. Reach has been famous due to the extremely fertile lands and the very peaceful people and good economy. The Reach was ruled by the Kings of the Reach, yet this was before […]

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The Stormlands

The Stormlands

The Stormlands are one of the constituent regions of the Seven Kingdoms on the continent of Westeros. The Kingdom of the Storm was a sovereign nation until Aegon’s Conquest, in which the last Storm King was slain. The region is so-named for the savage and frequent autumn storms that batter the coast after beginning in […]

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