Next, I made all of the town & ruin markers clickable-- they'll take you directly to the appropriate page of the Westeros wiki. I also added some code to parse the URL so that you can link directly to a town or pair of coordinates. These location codes match those used in the wiki, but the coordinates are pretty meaningless. I figured this might be useful to the wiki.
All together, this adds up to quite a lot of information on one map. That's where you all come in. I haven't even finished reading the books once through, so I'm sure I made a few mistakes. There are many portions of the character paths that aren't clearly defined in the books (e.g. Tywin's movements during his battles with the Northmen). It's not obvious when or if towns change hands to new lords during the war. Plus, the TV show makes some significant changes from the books (e.g. they still haven't visited Riverrun). Basically, if you see any part of the map that conflicts with the books or the TV show, I'd appreciate if you'd let me know below this post. Also, if there is some part of the interface that you don't like or a feature that should be added, feel free to suggest those changes as well.
Beyond that, I hope you find the map useful and that it helps you enjoy the books and TV show. It doesn't perfectly match the official map book that was just released, but I'm not going to tempt any copyright lawyers by copying that directly. If other people create a new base image in the future, though, I should be able to update this as well.
By the way, I probably won't start changing the map based on your feedback until I finish ADWD. It shouldn't take too long; just don't worry if I seem to be ignoring your comments.
Edited by carpiediem, 04 December 2012 - 03:35 AM.