Westeros: The 'A Song of Ice and Fire' Domain

Westeros is the premiere fansite for George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire. Discuss the series on the forums, browse our resource collections, read about the TV series from HBO and play the MUSH, to name just a few of the things we offer.

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  • The largest A Song of Ice and Fire & Game of Thrones forum on the web. Whether you are looking for discussions of the books or the show, there's a section for you a the forum. Sign up today and join in the discussion.
  • A wiki dedicated to A Song of Ice and Fire, edited by members of A Forum of Ice and Fire. Sign up today and start contributing.
  • News and information about A Song of Ice and Fire that isn't theme- or story-related as well as news and information about George R.R. Martin's other projects.
    92Y Livestream of GRRM This Sunday

    The 92Y, which will be hosting George R.R. Martin in a public discussion on October 26 at 8PM EST, is offering a livestream of the event over at its Tumblr page. Journalist Laura Miller, who has previously profiled George, will be joining him on stage and interviewing him as he discusses his work...

  • The latest news, a character and episode guide and much more dedicated to HBO's TV show based on the books.
    New Casting Revealed

    Here’s a pleasant surprise: the Hollywood Reporter reveals that Adewal Akinnuoye-Agbaje (known to fans of television from his roles as Adebisi on Oz and Mr. Eko on Lost) has joined the cast of Game of Thrones. The role? It’s described as such:

    ‘...  a character not in the books with the name...

  • Specialized thematic resources that are more in-depth and focused than what the wiki offers. Learn about the Heraldry of the setting, read through the collection of Prophecies or browse a massive archive of fan correspondence with George R.R. Martin.
  • Experience the world of Westeros for yourself on our on-line, text-based role-playing game, fully approved by George R.R. Martin.
    Blood of Dragons 2.0

    As of August 1st, 2013, Blood of Dragons has become what we refer to as “Blood of Dragons 2.0”, although it must be stressed that the name of the game will not be changed to reflect this.

    What this entails is that certain characters and certain elements of the game’s history have been changed to...