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Geographic Map 12: The Stormlands

The south-eastern coast of the Seven Kingdoms lies along the shores of the Narrow Sea, the great body of water separating Westeros from the vast continent of Essos to the east. 2,484 more words

A Song Of Ice And Fire

Guest Appearance on Boars, Gore, and Swords

Hey folks! After a Twitter conversation last night, Red Scott of Boars, Gore, and Swords and I decided to do an impromptu podcast talking about historical timelines of both real-world medieval Europe and Game of Thrones. 76 more words

A Song Of Ice And Fire

A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, #4)

A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, #4)

by George R.R. Martin

read from August 2016 to February 2017

format: mass paperback… 643 more words



Hello there bibliophiles. Its been a while. And i am still on this book Glass Sword (Red Queen Book#2) as of the moment. And i really feel disappointed to myself because I dont feel excited on reading compared to Book 1. 125 more words


Geographic Map 11: Dorne

The southernmost of the Seven Kingdoms is the most distinct in culture, history and its people. Walled off from the rest of the continent by the Red Mountains and the sea, the fiercely independently peninsula of Dorne spent thousands of years in strife before being unified by Prince Mors Martell of Sunspear and his ally-turned-wife, Princess Nymeria of the Rhoynar. 2,806 more words

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RFTIT Tumblr Weekly Roundup!

Hey folks! So work on the Reach essay of the Politics of the Seven Kingdom series┬áhas begun, but I can already tell from the outline that this may be as long if not longer than┬áthe… 78 more words

Race For The Iron Throne

The ASOIAF Culture


There are many ways to define culture, probably the most famous one is that culture is a way of life of a group of people–the behaviors, beliefs, values, and symbols that they accept, generally without thinking about them, and that are passed along by communication and imitation from one generation to the next. 854 more words