Discussion in 'RPG #13 - Fire and Blood' started by Nienor, Jan 16, 2006.
Thanks Ilaelin! *hugs*
Nah, I don't have a car yet (and not intending to for a while - I'm too young to die ), but Ice does.
Jnanee, you posted! THANK YOU!
Yes. This is a not-so-subtle hint on my part. Get posting.
I've already filled my quota for now
Lol, I was talking to Plish. Someone have a guilty conscience?
...You were talking to me? Lol
Well, you and Ilae both. But Il has an excuse - she's an "adult" . YOU, on the other hand, are nothing more than a miserable freshman who's an entire year younger than I am and 8 inches taller than I am!
....You'r just jealous!
Eh? Did something talk? Oh, it's the freshman, guess I missed hearing him. Doesn't matter though.
Oh, I apologize, I will speak louder from now on...I forgot how far down you are
Eh? Are the angels talking to me?
*waves* Ok, I'm back again...OMG I'm starting to feel like one of GRRM's characters back from the dead! I finally posted first ever(besides profile) so be nice!
Sorry I couldn't respond to this earlier - thank my parents. I'll be posting sporadically though. I'll read your post in greater detail later, but for now, looks good! And thank you for posting!
Well, Liadan's getting bored again because she posted for all her other RPGs. I'll try to get in a post soon.
Anyway, Jnanee, I was looking through the Westeros site, and realized that I gave you a misspelling of the Lannister king - it should be Loren instead of Lorren.
Oh, and for anyone interested in knowing the seven kings...
The last King of the North, who bent the knee to Aegon the Conqueror, was Torrhen Stark (I: 613)
The Iron Islands:
Harren the Black and his line died in the burning of Harrenhal by Aegon the Conqueror (I: 684)
The Tullys were never kings, but they held rich lands and the castle of Riverrun for a thousand years (I: 684)
During the Wars of Conquest, the riverlands belonged to Harren the Black, King of the Isles (I: 684)
Harren's grandfather, Harwyn Hardhand, took the Trident from Arrec the Storm King whose ancestors had won lands up to the Neck three hundred years earlier by killing the last River King (I: 684)
The first of the riverlords to desert the unloved Harren the Black for Aegon's host was Edmyn Tully (I: 684)
Aegon raised Lord Edmyn Tully to overlordship of the Trident, requiring all other lords to swear fealty to him (I: 684)
Harren the Black beggared the Iron Islands and the riverlands to make Harrenhal. He had completed Harrenhal and had finally taken up residence when on that very day word came of Aegon the Conqueror's landing. (II: 88)
The Mountains of the Moon:
The Kings of Mountain and Vale are ancestors to the Arryns, who are among the oldest and purest lines of Andal nobility (I: 682)
King Loren of the Rock opposed the Targaryen conquest with King Mern of the Reach. He was able to escape the Field of Fire and pledge his fealty. He begot a son, who continued his line of the Lannisters (I: 103)
The Tyrells were stewards to the Kings of the Reach, whose realm included the plains of the southwest from the Dornish marches and Blackwater Rush to the shores of the Sunset Sea (I: 686)
Through the female line, the Tyrells claim descent from Garth Greenhand the gardener king of the First Men (I: 686)
Harlen Tyrell, steward to King Mern, surrendered Highgarden to Aegon after the death of the king (who was last of his line.) Aegon granted him the castle and dominion over the Reach (I: 686)
House Baratheon was created in the Wars of Conquest. Its founder was Orys Baratheon, reputed to be a bastard brother of Aegon the Conqueror. Rising through the ranks swiftly, Orys became one of Aegon's fiercest commanders (I: 676)
When Orys Baratheon slew Argilac the Arrogant, the last Storm King, Aegon gave Orys Argilac's castle, lands, and daughter. Orys wed the daughter and took the banner, honors, and words of her line (I: 676)
The songs say that Storm's End was raised in ancient days by Durran, the First Storm King who had won the love of Elenei, the daughter of the sea god and the goddess of the wind. (II: 345)
Dorne was never conquered by Aegon the Conqueror (I: 690)
Posted. Short and crappy, but it was the best I could do in half an hour on a school computer.
wasnt dragonstone built by aegon the conquerer when he got there, so if theres a question of whether nor not therees conquerers coming, how do they know about dragonstone?
Targaryens have been on Dragonstone after about 200 years of the Doom of Valyria. I'm pretty sure I posted that in the facts/references thread.
sure? well does that mean anyone would be allowed or invited to the isle? i doubt aegon would have allowed it.
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