So who ended up being the king?
Oh and Btw, I Pmed rathetallhat (lord tyrell) he says he will be joining us soon
Edit: lol, you did
So, started reading Game of Thrones this morning, now at page 100.
Lol. Good luck, I'm on a feast for crows ATM. Have had relatively slow progress through this one compared to the others.
Hmm, I shall go out and buy the first tomorrow (well, today actually, it is 3:30 am here )
so are we using names of real characters or making up our own?
You choose, I took mine from the book but I think a couple are made up
Last edited by Bonez; April 16, 2012 at 03:52 PM.
If your stuck just call yourself mace tyrell or something of the like.
But is the year the same as in GOT?
Beware all those who traverse beyond the wall; the lawful King of the Wilds is watching you.
So wait, are the Iron Isles already independent again? Or did they rebel post-WotU and get smashed already, ala the books? This will be pretty important not just for the Greyjoys themselves but my Serrys, too
Canonically, yeah, the Greyjoys did rebel and fail well before ASOIAF itself started, thinking they could take advantage of the WotU's political fallout but underestimating the power of the royalist forces: http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Greyjoy_Rebellion
Just talked to Bjorn about this, we're going with they are independent but the rest of the people see it as rebellion. So technically, they are independent.
Robert II de Beaumont, 2nd Earl of Leicester
Both I think. I'm not sure if The lordship passes to your son/brother and you rule as king, like Robert gave storms end to renly. If you did that your inheritor of highgarden would collect the lords income and you would collect the kings, whereas your heir would collect the princes
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Who is in need of a vassal? (want to join dont know who to join under)
Saruman believes it is only great power that can hold evil in check, but that is not what I have found. I found it is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay... small acts of kindness and love. Why Bilbo Baggins? Perhaps because I am afraid and he gives me courage. - Gandalf
I know you doubt me. I know you always have, and you're right. I often think of Bag-end. I miss my books, and my arm chair, and my garden. See, that's where I belong; that's home, and that's why I came cause you don't have one... a home. It was taken from you, but I will help you take it back if I can. - Bilbo Baggins
If you want a challenge (basically you against the rest), join either myself or Remus Lupin... if not, i'm sure there's still some land available to be a lord in your own right.
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