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A new subforum has been added for the purpose of discussing what fans would like to see in The World of Ice and Fire.
The So Spake Martin collection has been updated with a new piece of correspondence giving some new information regarding the appearance of weirwoods, and a belated report from the San Diego Comic-Con.
The So Spake Martin collection has been updated with a number of new posts in the “Reports” section, following GRRM’s apeparances at the San Diego Comic-Con.
Board offline for at least a couple of hours more, due to security issues.
... and we’re done! Thanks to everyone who helped us raise $372 for the continuing operation of the board!
It’s that time again: fundraising time.
Last year, shortly after we moved to this site, we quickly raised $355 to cover 6 months of hosting on our fabulous server. Now the server is even more fabulous (with a bit of a security upgrade, thanks to the NSA wink.gif and we figure another $350 or so for the next six months would be a great way to support the site and help our very cool host cover some of her costs in providing this service (thanks, Sparks!).
Due to unforseen circumstances, the board and IRC chat will be down for an indefinite period while it’s given a clean reinstall. We hope the downtime will be brief, although the timing with this weekend (busy for the both of us) is not ideal. We’ll do our best to get the board up swiftly, with the help of our siteadmin.
Until then, our apologies for the downtime. If you feel like socializing with fellow boarders in the meantime, consider visiting the Chat Board.
All Sorts of Weird Stuff’s Gallery has had its Art section updated with several piece from Jamie Sims, the artist who’s worked as designer for Testors and who has most recently received some commissions from Fantasy Flight Games for their card game. Four of the pieces are pictures of original designs Jamie has made for Testors, which will soon be for sale. The last piece if an early, rejected sketch for card featuring Oberyn Martell.
The last two sections, The Citadel and Blood of Dragons, have now been redesigned in the same style as the rest of Westeros.
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