The Citadel: Concordance

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7.1. Geography
  • The Golden Tooth sits on rich gold mines, and is a formidable keep which holds a pass that leads into the west (I: 360, 680. II: 408)
  • There is a village named Oxcross within three days ride from Casterly Rock and Lannisport (II: 356, 359)
  • Ashemark is the seat of House Marbrand (II: 380)
  • There are goldmines at Castamere, Nunn's Deep, and the Pendric Hills (II: 408)
  • Near the Golden Tooth there is a difficult and unknown way (save to goats) to get past the watchtowers into the west. A goat track winds down a defile and along a ridge, a crooked and stony way that's wide enough for men to ride in single file (II: 408, 409)
  • Fair Isle (III: 211)
  • The Crag is on the coast (III: 223)
  • Faircastle is found on Fair Isle (III: 223. TSS: 121)
  • Castamere and Tarbeck Hall are not so far from the Crag (III: 223)
  • The Crag is not far from Casterly Rock (III: 226)
  • Casterly Rock sits on the sea (III: 670)
  • The Clegane lands are southeast of Lannisport (SSM: 1)
7.1.1. Trade and Resources
  • The westerlands are rich with goldmines (I: 260, 680. II: 408. SSM: 1)
  • There are skilled goldsmiths at Lannisport (II: 93)
  • The westerlands are the richest region in the Seven Kingdoms (SSM: 1)