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thelegendofginalley 2 h 48 min ago

2/3 lets go!

thelegendofginalley 2 h 53 min ago

3p live up

WhiteRock 3 hours ago

6p live pls

SerKlednSkarl 3 hours ago

c'mon boiissss 1 more 2/3 live

SerKlednSkarl 3 hours ago

live 1/3

Ser Hodor 4 hours ago

sorry folks, back in the 60 game if you're still around

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6p live, 1 more to start,please join

juca 4 hours ago


juca 4 hours ago

I didnt

Caldas 4 hours ago

juca, why you kick me?

juca 4 hours ago


gomezadams2 4 hours ago

i didnt make the game

gomezadams2 4 hours ago

3p unrated up. no more than 1hr if agreed by all players

gomezadams2 4 hours ago

come play 3p, it will be over in a jiffy'

gomezadams2 4 hours ago

3p unrated up

juca 5 hours ago

6p unrated is up

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Adi 5 hours ago

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The Great Houses

The Houses of Westeros

During the time of A Song of Ice and Fire in which A Game of Thrones: The Board Game is set, the following Houses are the principal players in the struggle for the Iron Throne.

House Baratheon “Ours is the Fury”

House Baratheon, founded after the conquest of Aegon Targaryen, has ruled the Seven Kingdoms since Robert seized the Iron Throne from the Mad King Aerys Targaryen. Joffrey Baratheon ruled the kingdom after his father’s death, resolutely convinced of his legitimacy.

House Lannister “Hear Me Roar”

The wealthiest family in Westeros, the Lannisters of Casterly Rock ruled as kings in their realm until the Targaryen dragons conquered the continent. Cersei Lannister's marriage to King Robert Baratheon brought the family to King's Landing and her son Joffrey's ascendance to the Iron Throne solidified their power.

House Stark “Winter is Coming”

The leading house of the North, the Starks reigned as Kings in the North until the conquest after which they served as the region's warden for nearly 300 years. Following the execution of his father, Robb Stark evered ties with King's Landing and declared himself King in the North. That bid for independence came to a violent halt when Walder Frey and Roose Bolton murdered Robb and Catelyn Stark at a massacre known as the Red Wedding.

House Tyrell “Growing Strong”

Even as their fertile lands are considered the heart of chivalry in Westeros, this proud family has never sat upon the Iron Throne; a fact it hopes to soon correct. For centuries, the Tyrells served and occasionally intermarried with House Gardener, the ancient family of the King of the Reach. But after the Targaryen conquest eliminated the Gardeners, the Tyrells bent the knee to the Iron Throne – and then rose to become principal house and Warden of the South. They’ve since thrown their support with the Lannisters.

House Greyjoy “We Do Not Sow”

House Greyjoy's power dates back to the reign of the great Grey King during the Age of Heroes. Legend has it that the Grey King ruled the sea itself and took a mermaid for his wife. While still the ruling family of the Iron Islands the Greyjoys have always had larger designs.

House Martell “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”

In the period of Aegon’s Conquest, resisted all of the Targaryen king’s efforts to annex it into the Seven Kingdoms. A marriage alliance between a Targaryen king and a princess of Dorne finally brought the region under the rule of the Iron Throne. As the last of the houses to join the Seven Kingdoms, members of the royal family retain the title “prince” and “princess” as an honorific.

The Wildlings “Free Folk”

Despite their shared heritage, there is much antagonism between the two groups that make their lives on the opposite sides of the Wall. Those who live to its south think the Free Folk – known to them as "wildlings" – are unruly savages. The Free Folk, who live to the north, reject the concepts of oaths and ownership. Mance Rayde serves as their King Beyond the Wall, a position determined by consensus, not inheritance.
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