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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.
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 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.
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.
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.
“ 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.
The ruins of House Towers are included with this project.
On the northern shore of the Bay of Crabs, wild dunes make way for dense forests, quaint villages, glacial lakes, and the snowy foothills of the Vale of Arryn. House Waxley of Wickenden (a noble house sworn to House Arryn) presides over this region, notable for their thriving beekeeping industry and lucrative scented candle trade. Their heraldry is adorned by six white candles, symbolizing their source of affluence.
House Estren is a noble house from the Westerlands located along the Tumblestone river. The only known member is Lord Regenard Estren, who is captured at the battle of The Wispering Wood.
Langward is located southeast of King's Landing on Massey's Hook, in the Crownlands. This small and quant house lives on a tiny Peninsula near Blackwater Bay. There is little to no lore about Langward, except for Ser Harrold Langward who served in King Maegor the cruel's kingsgaurd. It is suspected that Langward is of first men origin but this is heavily argued among scholars.
The main keep can be found at /warp Langward, the keep is surrounded by a dry moat and a wooden palisade which houses some servants and a blacksmith. The peninsula houses a lighthouse to direct ships to the harbor.
“After unifying Dorne into the Seven Kingdoms, King Daeron II raised a great seat in the Dornish Marches, near to where the boundaries of the Reach, the Stormlands, and Dorne met. Calling it Summerhall to mark the peace he had created, it was more palace than castle and lightly fortified at best; in the years to come, many sons of House Targaryen would hold the seat as Prince of Summerhall.”
House Woodwright is a noble house of the Reach sworn to House Tyrell. The exact location of their lands is unknown, but our map has them placed south of Ball, across the Mander, west of Horn Hill, north of Hammerhall, and east of Huddlestone. Two members of House Woodwright are named, both household knights in King’s Landing, and known to seek the favour of Margaery Tyrell. The house sigil is a red pall on a field of oak. Their words do not appear.
The Wull mountain clan is the largest of the groups of Northmen who dwell in the mountains north of Winterfell and in their foothills along the shore of the Bay of Ice.Of First Men origin, the northern clansmen have inhabited the mountains north of the wolfswood for thousands of years and are famous for their hospitality.
Wyl is a castle located in the north of Dorne, on the border between The Stormlands and Dorne. House Wyl played a big part during the wars of conquest when they captured Orys Baratheon and cut his and his knight’s hands off. They later on held Aemon the Dragonknight hostage, suspending him above a pit of snakes. Their sigil is a black adder biting a heel on a yellow field.
Not much is known about House Wythers, aside from the odd appearance of minor characters. Their sigil is a grey squirrel on white with a red border. It should be noted that "wythers" could be a corruption of the word "withers" which is the ridge between the shoulder blades of a four-legged mammal, usually the tallest point of the body where an animal's height is measured. This connection as well as the culture of the Reach reinforces the idea of the area being tied to agriculture.
House Yarwyck is a minor noble house from The Westerlands. It is sworn to House Lannister of Casterly Rock. According to semi-canon sources they blazon their shield as two bronze halberds crossed between four red diamonds on white. House Yarwyck is located at the north of the Westerlands and with that, east of The Iron Islands. It consists of a town with about 20 houses and a castle, the seat of House Yarwyck. Yarwyck borders on House Estren of Wyndhall and House Banefort.
House Yelshire is a minor house from Southern Reach, bordering Oldtown, Uplands and Pommingham. The house controls large lands, which consist of forested ridges to the North-East and dry valleys to the South-West.