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

All In A Day’s Work…
IC Date: Day 8 of Month 1, 163 AC
RL Date: September 12, 2011.

A, first in many days, sunny morning finds ser Willard Ryger training his men in the yard. Many nobles come and go, stay and just pass. And the yard echoes with not only the clangor of swords clashing, but also with words of wisdom and of wit, and of love, with friendships and admirations, and conflicts. With a flurry of events small and grand and the heir to Willow Wood somehow entangled in each of them.

A Dangerous Game
IC Date: Day 19 of Month 8, 158 AC.
RL Date: May 17, 2007.

A meeting between Dagur Saltcliffe and Almer Connington takes a decidedly surreal turn toward the menacing.

Of Septs and Hands and Tawdry Whores
IC Date: Day 18 of Month 2, 158 AC.
RL Date: November 17, 2006.

An encounter in the Hand's anteroom between Ser Dagur Saltcliffe and the Lady Reyna Rowan takes more than one interesting turn.