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The Young Lion

Wars and Battles...

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I would love a section on all the Wars and Battles

through Westerosi History (if possible) and also nice

looking battle maps showing all the troops.

Something like what was done on the wiki ASOIAF site

with the 'War of the Usurper' section.

That would be so cool!

The Young Lion

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_All_ the wars and battles is improbable. There's 12,000 years of history. :) But we may well learn of some more, new battles, and its possible some of the maps could feature battle sites depending on time period. :)

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_All_ the wars and battles is improbable. There's 12,000 years of history. :) But we may well learn of some more, new battles, and its possible some of the maps could feature battle sites depending on time period. :)

Perhaps a list of all the Blackfyre Rebellions inbetween: The Blackfyre Rebellion and War of the Ninepenny Kings. That might be a nice touch.

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_All_ the wars and battles is improbable. There's 12,000 years of history. :) But we may well learn of some more, new battles, and its possible some of the maps could feature battle sites depending on time period. :)

:thumbsup::cheers:

Cant wait!

The Young Lion

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Having a Battles section is a must.

You could have the year, location, reasons, the participants, and the outcome.

Sometimes it's hard to remember even the major battles of Westeros history :fence: .

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The world book is not yet published. It's an actual, physical book, not something on the Internet. If you're looking for information about the series, try the Citadel.

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We do hope to get some new information about the Conquest and the Robert's Rebellion, certainly. We also hope that the first Blackfyre Rebellion, at least, will be something we can get some new details on.

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I think that article fails to mention the even deeper causes of the civil war. Rampant spending, lack of legitimacy (no more Targaryens, no dragons), factionalization. It feels like Robert's peaceful reign was just a pause in the reversal from a united empire to independent kingdoms.

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