Westeros

The 'A Song of Ice and Fire' Domain

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  • News and information about A Song of Ice and Fire that isn't theme- or story-related as well as news and information about George R.R. Martin's other projects.
    Elden Ring Interview with Hidetaka Miyazaki

    George R. R. Martin‘s involvement in FromSoftware‘s newly-announced Elden Ring has created a lot of excitement, as well as questions about his contributions to what promises to be a highly-anticiapted, open world action RPG from the famed developer of Dark Souls, Bloodborne, Sekiro, and more. Now…

  • The latest news, a character and episode guide and much more dedicated to HBO's TV show based on the books.
    Game of Thrones Complete Collection Announced

    HBO has revealed that the Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection Blu-ray set will have what looks to be one of the most stylish, interesting collector’s boxes out there thanks to clever use of Robert Ball‘s signature artwork. A couple of videos have been released along with the announcement, as…

  • Specialized thematic resources that are more in-depth and focused than what the wiki offers. Learn about the Heraldry of the setting, read through the collection of Prophecies or browse a massive archive of fan correspondence with George R.R. Martin.
  • Experience the world of Westeros for yourself on our on-line, text-based role-playing game, fully approved by George R.R. Martin.
    Updating Your Character

    To help us maintain a record of the history of the game and to help new players get into the game more easily, it is very important that everyone keeps their characters as updated as possible. As it stands now we often find ourselves forced to close—or even kill off—characters when they are…