Blood of Dragons

The 'A Song of Ice and Fire' MUSH


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.


Recent Logs

The Lord Protector Speaks
IC Date: Day 4 of Month 3, 167 AC
RL Date: October 17, 2015.

The Lord Protector, Ser Quinlan Qorgyle, presides over a court session. A wedding date is announced, along with some decisions that meet with mixed reactions.

The King’s Justice (and a Defiant Princess)
IC Date: Day 26 of Month 2, 167 AC
RL Date: October 09, 2015.

King Baelor holds court and demonstrates his approach to justice. During the proceedings, news reaches the King and the Hand that Princess Daena is missing from the Maidenvault.

A Modest Wedding
IC Date: Day 12 of Month 1, 167 AC.
RL Date: August 26, 2015.

The wedding of Ser Mavros Uller to Lady Delicia Blackmont.

Random Logs

The Morning After
IC Date: Day 15 of Month 11, 158 AC.
RL Date: August 11, 2007.

Morning comes to those lost along the Blackwater Bay and they do what they can to see to hurts and find a place where they might find some food, water, and perhaps some shelter.

Runs in the Meadows
IC Date: Day 26 of Month 9, 162 AC. (about 6 pm)
RL Date: June 02, 2011.

On the hunt for Ser Josmyn Reyne, the expedition stops at a ferry crossing on the Blue Byrn for a rest and a few drinks – and get more than they bargained for in the process.

A Villain Defeated!
IC Date: Day 16 of Month 9, 161 AC. (about 12pm)
RL Date: May 27, 2010.

The ransom exchange is ambushed and counter-ambushed by the Starveling. A battle ensues in which the knights from King's Landing emerge victorious. The Starveling flees to his hideout in the woods, pursued by the knights. There, Almer finds the bodies of his wife and child. After giving him a severe beating, Ser Almer spares the Starveling's life.