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WesterosCraft is a Minecraft server dedicated to recreating the continent of Westeros. Westeros is part of the fictional world from the book series A Song of Ice and Fire , which was adapted into a TV show by HBO and called Game of Thrones. In this Wiki you will find Information about our Projects, Rules, Guides and Tutorials. For the latest updates head to our homepage.

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Winterfell

Winterfell

House Stark

The castle Winterfell, seat of power of House Stark, capital of the North, is located south of the northern mountains, and east of The Wolfswood. The Kingsroad, which traverses The North passes close by to the east of the castle. House Stark has been the main political power in The North for thousands of years, which is why Winterfell is considered to be the capital of this region. Over the course of history, the castle had been extended several times. Nowadays, it is a massive complex of interconnected structures interupted by a dozen of small yards and passages. With its system of hotsprings, the water of which is pumped through the walls, life within the castle stays comfortable even during the coldest years of winter.

King's Landing

King's Landing

Baratheon of King's Landing

King's Landing is the capital of the Seven Kingdoms, and its second largest city after Oldtown. The city was founded on the site where Aegon I (Aegon the Conqueror) landed on the mainland of Westeros from the Targaryen fortress on Dragonstone. What was once only hills and forest became the center of politics, religion, and trade on the continent in its three-hundred year history. The population of King's Landing is estimated around a half million, but swells during times of war when it is flooded with refugees.

Castle Black

Castle Black

Night's Watch

Castle Black is one of the castles guarding the Realm from the dangers lying beyond the Wall. It is, alongside the Shadow Tower and Eastwatch-by-the-Sea, one of the last castles still being actively occupied by the Brothers of the Night's Watch. Located between Oakenshield, east, and the Queensgate, west, it is the final destination of the kingsroad, which starts at King's Landing.

The Eyrie

The Eyrie

House Arryn

House Arryn of the Eyrie, being one of the most influential houses in Westeros, is the principal ruling house of The Vale of Arryn. The Eyrie proper is a castle that is nestled at the peak of the Giant's Lance, the largest mountain in all of Westeros. The castle is described as "7 white swords thrust into the belly of the sky" and is considerable impregnable because of its location and defenses. Some notable members of the house are Jon Arryn (previous Hand of the King), Lysa (Tully) Arryn (Catelyn's Sister), and Robert Arryn (Son of Jon Arryn and renamed Robin in the show for there being too many Roberts.). The sigil of House Arryn is a falcon volant next to a crescent moon. The crescent moon is highly symbolic for House Arryn and connected to the name of the mountain range in the Vale, "The Mountains of the Moon," their castle on the valley floor, "The Gates of the Moon," and their method of execution, "The Moon Door," a door on the side of their great hall from which people are thrown and plunge six hundred feet to their deaths on the rocks below.

Lannisport

Lannisport

House Lannister of Lannisport

Lannisport is one of the major cities of Westeros, and is the third largest after Oldtown and King's Landing. The ancient city was first a village, then a town, first built at the base of Casterly Rock but has grown into a center of trade, finance, and military strength. The city's expansion was managed by House Lannister, the Kings of the Rock after they claimed Casterly Rock from House Casterly in the Age of Heroes. The Lannisters improved the harbor, built the walls and gatehouses, and managed the finances of the city, which grew rich from several gold mines and goldsmiths in the area. Three of the major roads of Westeros (the River Road, the Gold Road, and the Ocean Road) connect Lannisport to the surrounding regions. The city boasts one of the major ports of Westeros, attracting trade from all over the known world. The Lannister fleet is one of the finest on the Sunset Sea and was built to withstand naval attacks from the Iron Islands. The City Watch of Lannisport is one of best trained in the world and keeps the city running efficiently. The city's wealthiest citizens live in ornate palaces and manses, while the thriving merchant class works in decorative guild halls and shops. The poorest citizens live in older districts of the city or outside the walls in hovels and slums.

Highgarden

Highgarden

House Tyrell

“ You need a taste of summer before it flees. In Highgarden there are fields of golden roses that stretch away as far as the eye can see. The fruits are so ripe they explode in your mouth—melons, peaches, fireplums, you've never tasted such sweetness.

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Blackpool

Blackpool

House Slate

The ruins of House Towers are included with this project.

Stonehelm

Stonehelm

House Swann

Dyre Den

Dyre Den

House Brune of the Dyre Den

Dyre Den castle belongs to House Brune, they are one of the major families on the Crackclaw Point. Their lands lay east of Maidenpool. As like all houses at Crackclaw Point, Brunes are of First Men origin. The Brothers Brune were legendary champions who brought peace to Crackclaw Point. Bernarr Brune was one of the champions in Maegor I Targaryen's trial of seven. Brunes were with Rhaegar Targaryen, Prince of Dragonstone, at the Battle of the Trident during Robert's Rebellion, as Crackclaw Point was one of the most Targaryen royalist places in Westeros.

Frost

Frost

House Frost

Description

Situated atop the Grey Cliffs of the North are the remnants of House Frost, once bannerman to the Starks, this ancient house was eliminated during a failed rebellion against the Kings of Winter. Now the haunting ruins stand as a reminder to the villages below of the punishment for dissent and of a once-great house never to rise again.

Features

The ancient ruins of the Frostfort remain upon the edge of the high cliffs far from the crashing waves below, its triple walls remain as a testament to the power it once possessed, now crumbling away.
The thane of the Starks rules from a humble fort overlooking the farming hamlet Leastead, with another Mudburrow further south.
All of this sits between the rocky ledges, coastal islands, and ancient forests, each filled with its own mysteries and macabre truths telling the tale of the harsh life in the North.

Construction

As the first project for Scubooty, it began in September of 2020 as a discovery process of the different methods and tools to shape the lands of Frost. With a fair share of help and criticism from fellow builders, the lands quickly took shape and then became inhabited by minis and houses. There were a few periods of inactivity in progressing through the project but, they were overcome and after over a year of being in progress, it was finished. Scu would like to thank his former approving Mod Endymion for his invaluable feedback and help, as well as his final approving mods Thecoddfish, and AeksioOndos, who also contributed much even before becoming its approving Mod.

Inspiration

The lands of House Frost were inspired by the landscapes and ruins of Ireland, and with a touch of fantasy to the forests.

The Tor

The Tor

House Jordayne

Description

The Tor is a castle in Dorne located on the northern shores of Dorne on the Sea of Dorne east of Yronwood and west of Ghost Hill.

The ruling House of The Tor is House Jordayne one of the principal bannermen of the Martells. House Jordayne was founded during the Coming of the Andals during which other houses like Vaith, Qorgyle, Santagar and Martell were founded. House Jordayne was one of the Dornish houses which briefly held its own Kingdom on the shores of the Sea of Dorne and at one point the Martells had bent the knee to the Jordayne Kings.

However by the time of Nymeria's War, House Jordayne had been conquered by the Yronwoods and fought against Nymeria and Mors Martell. By the end of Nymeria's War, House Jordayne and The Tor were sworn to the Martells of Sunspear.

During the First Dornish War during Aegon's Conquest, The Tor was captured by King Aegon I Targaryen whose steward surrendered the castle peacefully to Aegon a short time after the death of Lord Jordayne. However, the Dornishmen quickly recaptured the castle in Aegon's absence. The Tor was one of the castles (along with Ghost Hill, and Lemonwood) burned by Visenya for the actions of the Dornish in the Stormlands in 8 AC.

During the Fourth Dornish War, Prince Morion Martell assembled his host at Ghost Hill and the Tor before sailing to Cape Wrath, where Prince Morion Martell was burned along with his fleet and host by the dragons of House Targaryen, led by King Jaehaerys I Targaryen.

Features

Tor Castle - Rising from a large rock situated by the sea, the castle of the Jordaynes rises with its numerous towers and walls. Supplied with a constant source of clean water by an underground qanat, the castle enjoys the presence of a large Dornish-styled garden with fragrant herbs, flowering vines and shady trees that provide a cool respite from the brutal sun outside. The castle contains in addition crypts, stores, dungeons, a treasury and extensive water infrastructure carved into the solid stone of the rock The Tor sits on. (/warp torcastle)

Town of Albator
- Across the cove from the castle, The Tor's largest settlement Albator with its narrow alleys and dusty streets hosts a population of artisans that specialize in glassmaking, bookmaking, and wrought iron. The focal point of the town is the Saffron Sept named for its yellow plaster which sits above a fountain and pool fed by the town's qanat which also supplies the town's wells with cool and clear water. The town is stratified by class, with the richest citizens huddled in the Upper Tier by the Sept, and its poorer citizens huddled in old and crumbling hovels by the town's walls. (/warp tortown, /warp albator)

Hamlet of Todoba - Situated in the Jordayne's irrigated farmlands, the hamlet comprises of farmers who tend to the surrounding fields of citrus, rice, plums, figs and tender herbs that grow exclusively in the irrigated farmland that were developed by Rhoynish knowledge brought from Essos. (/warp torhamlet3)

Tolecante Septry - At the edges of the irrigated farmlands in view of the bridges that seperate the hard control of the Jordaynes and wilderness beyond, sits a grand septry built thanks to the patronage of the Jordaynes and dedicated to the study of subjects important to the brown brothers who inhabit the Septry and the creation and illumination of tomes important to the Faith (/warp torseptry)

Sorai Tower - Situated high in the cliffs above the Saffron road connecting Torrena and the rest of The Tor, a protective tower keeps watch for raiders and slavers from the Free Cities eager to steal away the wealth and people of Dorne. (/warp torhf1)

Hamlet of Torrena
- A humble coastal hamlet with an adjoining motherhouse. The smallfolk of this pious hamlet content themselves to a quiet life of cultivating grain, olives, vegetables and fishing by the chain of seven islands off the coast of this hamlet that inspired the founding of the motherhouse. (/warp torhamlet1)

Hamlet of Albuveira - Under the control of the House Toland, this hamlet sports the blue glazed roof tiles and whitewashed walls indicative of Ghost Hill. Aside from the usual subsistence agriculture, the hamlet produces blue glazed roofing tiles which they sell to the richer households of Ghost Hill proper. (/warp torhamlet2)

Village of Cosertijo - A vassal of the Jordaynes, House Sastre has been reduced from a proud and prosperous family enriched by spices, gold, olives and trade to a single landed knight with a reputation of harsh punishment and short tempers. The village itself lacks a sept and instead has a large tree in it's lichyard adorned with hanging idols of the Seven and a shrine to the Warrior. (/warp torhamlet4)

Sastre Manor - The former seat of House Sastre before their wealth collapsed, the manor house sits high in the hills above the village the remaining Sastres now live in, largely untouched due to its dread reputation and its arid environment. (/warp tormanse)

Hamlet of Calencia - Under the control of the House Yronwood, this hamlet grows prosperous and rich with the large fields of spices that include valued commodities such as peppercorns, saffron, mustard, paprika, and sumac that are grown nowhere else in Westeros but Dorne and thrive in this particularly dry and arid part of coastal Dorne. This hamlet also supports the only safe harbor for leagues around with easy access to the spice fields above the cliffs and a lighthouse to guide in trading vessels. (/warp torhamlet5

House of Silence - Looming above the hamlet of Calencia this former Faith Militant fort is now a major pilgrimage site for the pious and faithful of Dorne. Inside the Silent Sisters ensure that travelers from the desert have a safe refuge to heal or be interned in their ossuary beneath the sept if they do not make it. (/warp torsilentsistercomplex)

Andalmar Keep - A minor vassal of the Yronwoods, the Andalmars are a petty lordly House who oversees fields of spices necessary for the wealth of House Yronwood. Their keep is comfortable and well suited for the protection of its smallfolk and features comforts that the smallfolk would never be acquainted with. (/warp torhf2)

Hamlet of Saladad - A simple hamlet in the drylands of the northern Dornish coast, the climate is suitable for spice growing and is a place of refuge for people emerging from the Dornish interior. A nearby villa raises the famous Dornish Sand Steeds within its dedicated paddock. (/warp torhamlet6)

Stonegrave Cave - At first what looks like the simple if rancid abode of a hermit, is in fact a series of crevices and flooded passages of a series of cold and damp caves that burrow from the hills to the sea. Some of the passages are so small they require to swim through claustrophobic passages only 1 block wide completely submerged in water (/warp torcave)

Saffron Road - The beginning of the road that connects the entire northern Dornish coast from Yronwood to Ghost Hill. (/warp saffronroad)

Construction

Project began by clearing away all the previous structures and buildings from its abandoned state. After completely clear the space for the town was cleared and the rock which the castle was to be was raised up to a larger state.

Preliminary terraforming was done in stages with areas of "coastal" biome first done entirely in green plaster and then further demarked into red, green, yellow and brown concrete which would determine its specific vegetation based on height and moisture. Work on these zones was done over a 2 month period and required hand placement of all trees and shrubs.

After preliminary terra was done, the town was opened on December 24. 2020 and completed on January 7th 2021

Afterwards, work on the irrigated portion and septry lands were started on January 10th and completed in March

Castle was completed over the course of the month of May with the subsequent months dedicated to individual hamlets and remaining terrain completed as structures were filled in.

Inspiration

The Tor and its lands were inspired by Huerta de Murcia, Vega de Granada, Elche countryside, Huerta de Valencia and various aspects of Andalusia.

Hammerhal

Hammerhal

House Cordwayner

House Cordwayner is a noble house of the Reach sworn to House Tyrell of Highgarden. Their lands are situated in the south of the Reach, in between Oldtown and Woodwright, and it's important to point out that one of the major roads of Westeros passes through Hammerhal, the Roseroad. Hammerhal is notable for their beekeeping industry, which provides honey and mead to the entire region, competing only with Honeyholt. The house sigil is two black boots on a field of green and gold diamonds. Their words do not appear.

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Stonehelm

Stonehelm

House Swann

Darkdell

Darkdell

House Vyrwell

Hellholt

Hellholt

House Uller

Dyre Den

Dyre Den

House Brune of the Dyre Den

Dyre Den castle belongs to House Brune, they are one of the major families on the Crackclaw Point. Their lands lay east of Maidenpool. As like all houses at Crackclaw Point, Brunes are of First Men origin. The Brothers Brune were legendary champions who brought peace to Crackclaw Point. Bernarr Brune was one of the champions in Maegor I Targaryen's trial of seven. Brunes were with Rhaegar Targaryen, Prince of Dragonstone, at the Battle of the Trident during Robert's Rebellion, as Crackclaw Point was one of the most Targaryen royalist places in Westeros.

Frost

Frost

House Frost

Description

Situated atop the Grey Cliffs of the North are the remnants of House Frost, once bannerman to the Starks, this ancient house was eliminated during a failed rebellion against the Kings of Winter. Now the haunting ruins stand as a reminder to the villages below of the punishment for dissent and of a once-great house never to rise again.

Features

The ancient ruins of the Frostfort remain upon the edge of the high cliffs far from the crashing waves below, its triple walls remain as a testament to the power it once possessed, now crumbling away.
The thane of the Starks rules from a humble fort overlooking the farming hamlet Leastead, with another Mudburrow further south.
All of this sits between the rocky ledges, coastal islands, and ancient forests, each filled with its own mysteries and macabre truths telling the tale of the harsh life in the North.

Construction

As the first project for Scubooty, it began in September of 2020 as a discovery process of the different methods and tools to shape the lands of Frost. With a fair share of help and criticism from fellow builders, the lands quickly took shape and then became inhabited by minis and houses. There were a few periods of inactivity in progressing through the project but, they were overcome and after over a year of being in progress, it was finished. Scu would like to thank his former approving Mod Endymion for his invaluable feedback and help, as well as his final approving mods Thecoddfish, and AeksioOndos, who also contributed much even before becoming its approving Mod.

Inspiration

The lands of House Frost were inspired by the landscapes and ruins of Ireland, and with a touch of fantasy to the forests.

Harrenhal

Harrenhal

House Hoare Formerly

Harrenhal is a great castle constructed before the War of Conquest, located in The Riverlands, on the north shore of the Gods Eye lake. It is the largest castle in the Seven Kingdoms. Since the War of Conquest, and the attack of Aegon and his Dragons, it has become a dark and ruinous place. The castle has changed hands multiple times since its destruction, and has brought many houses to extinction, including Qoherys, Towers, Harroway, Strong, and Lothston. Throughout the War of the Five Kings, the castle will change hands many more times, first being yielded to Twyin Lannister by Lady Shella of House Whent. Technically, the current ruling house in WesterosCraft's timeline is House Slynt, a newly-made noble house by Janos Slynt of the City Watch, who was awarded the castle by Cersei at the end of "A Game of Thrones," but is deposed by Tyrion Lannister early in "A Clash of Kings," before ever occupying the castle himself.

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