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I was wondering because this book in universe is being prepared for Robert Joffrey Tommen Baratheon does it contain a Baratheon family tree?


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It does not.o I assume Robert would know his own family tree.

We are talking about Robert.

However, thanks for the answer.

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The Barrowkings (presumably the Dustins or a predecessor), the Warg King, the Towers, Ambers, Greenwoods and Frosts. Gaven Greywolf, a skinchanger king and the Flints of Breakstone Hill, the Slates of Blackpool, the Umbers of Last Hearth, the Lockes of Oldcastle, the Glovers of Deepwood Motte, the Fishers of the Stony Shore, the Ryders of the Rills . . . and mayhaps even the Blackwoods of Raventree.

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The Barrowkings (presumably the Dustins or a predecessor), the Warg King, the Towers, Ambers, Greenwoods and Frosts. Gaven Greywolf, a skinchanger king and the Flints of Breakstone Hill, the Slates of Blackpool, the Umbers of Last Hearth, the Lockes of Oldcastle, the Glovers of Deepwood Motte, the Fishers of the Stony Shore, the Ryders of the Rills . . . and mayhaps even the Blackwoods of Raventree.

That's all?

Where did the Warg King, the Towers, the Ambers, the Greenwoods, the Frosts, and Gaven Greywolf rule?

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The Warg King had Sea Dragon Point. Presumably Gaven (who is the skinchanger king) was in the wolfswood. I don't know where the other four ruled, it is never said.


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The Warg King had Sea Dragon Point. Presumably Gaven (who is the skinchanger king) was in the wolfswood. I don't know where the other four ruled, it is never said.

So Blackwoods, Glovers, Starks, and Gaven were all in the Wolfswood? Must have been pretty crowded.

What about the Red Kings of the Boltons?

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Omg how did I forget the Boltons! Yes there were Bolton kings! The wolfswood is quite large so I wouldn't stress it.


The Greystarks ruled the Wolfs Den of the White Knife... that is all :/



No, no dragons were mentioned in Westeros. Dragons as we know them seem to have originated from breeding firewyrms with wyverns, and that happened in Essos.


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Omg how did I forget the Boltons! Yes there were Bolton kings! The wolfswood is quite large so I wouldn't stress it.

The Greystarks ruled the Wolfs Den of the White Knife... that is all :/

No, no dragons were mentioned in Westeros. Dragons as we know them seem to have originated from breeding firewyrms with wyverns, and that happened in Essos.

Actually its mentioned that dragons were all over the world - their bones have been found as north as Ibben and as south as Sothoryos

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Anything and everything about the Daynes and Visenya Targaryen, please. I need to know! I heard there was something about Visenya.



Also, do they cover any historical bastards?


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The Dayne's have a sword called Dawn which was made of falling star. Dayne knights are given the title Sword of the Morning. Davis Dayne was the second husband of Nymeria.

Visenyas founded the a Kingsguard (modelling them after the Night Watch) after she had to protect Aegon from Dornish assassins.

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Nope, no army indication sizes... Small I'd imagine, given how fragmented the North was.



I really liked learning about the original First Men houses of the Reach and the stories behind them.


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Another question: Is it confirmed in the book that Vermax laid three eggs somewhere in Winterfell? Any idea if they remained hidden or were found by someone? Thanks!


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