Blood of Dragons is the only author-approved MUSH based on George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire. Play the Game of Thrones and become a part of the history of the Seven Kingdoms:
Logs of past roleplay on the game can be browsed by category or viewed by month. The search can also be used to look for things such as appearances by specific characters; either use the simple search on the sidebar (this searches all of Westeros) or go to the Advanced Search and search just the logs. If you have requested an account on the website, you can also submit your own logs for inclusion in the collection.
After the naming ceremony of Elias Corbray, there is a bit of conversation and some awkwardness before the little gathering dissolves.
As the Sea Watch attempts to reinforce the Crackclaw Company fighting ashore, they are detained by sailors of the Iron Fleet.
Splitting his forces to catch the Kingswood Company in a pincer movement, Ammon Massey commits his troops to attack while help comes to the Kingswood men from an unexpected quarter; the mood of the victors is subdued after the battle due to an unexpected message.
An assembly of nobles in the Western Outer Yard are in the midst of welcoming the new arrival of Lady Sarya Baratheon's betrothed, Ser Brynden Tully. Into this gathering, comes Ser Anton Piper leading a contingent of city watchmen, escorting four prisoners, a woman and her three daughters. The woman pleads with the gathered nobles for mercy and some speak up on her behalf. Words are traded between the nobles and Anton before many begin to disperse. Just as the woman seems to realize Anton has special intentions for her, a crossbow bolt whizzes out of nowhere in her direction. Luckily for her, Ser Alek Reyne enters at the exact moment, supporting a drunk sellsword on his arms. The bolt grazes Alek's shoulder and buries itself in the sellsword's shoulder. As the goldcloaks scramble to find the shooter, it is Ser Luthor Rivers whose keen eyes notices the man, who is quickly subdued. The woman and her children are rushed into Traitor's Tower, with Anton following closely behind while Luthor detains the shooter. During all of this, a man-at-arms in the colours of House Piper also arrives and after a brief conversation with Anton, stands with his back to a wall and waits quietly in the courtyard.
Three children of the Lord Hightower meet on a barge up the Mander toward King's Landing in a gathering partially unexpected and wholly uncommon. There, they discuss controversial matters involving their mother's house, House Reyne, that could embroil the southrons in greater troubles. Of course, they're not the only ones headed to King's Landing.
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