Lands of ice and fire map book

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The Lands of Ice and Fire: Maps from King's Landing to Across the Narrow Sea by George R.R. Martin

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. It only takes a minute to sign up. But the map given in the book A Game of Thrones doesn't show anything beyond Dragonstone. Is there a reason for this? If you look at the map of Westeros, you will notice a certain resemblance to the British isles. The War of the Roses' is the war between the houses Lancaster red rose and York white rose , which is rather a good match for house Lannister and Stark, down to the color. Even the location of the city Lancaster is similar to the location of Casterly Rock.
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The Lands of Ice and Fire – the maps of Game of Thrones

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They are canon — and the only maps to cover the east of Essos, including everything from Qarth to Asshai.
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The website is designed to display useful information on top of the map layer and link to additional details on the Westeros. If you haven't finished reading the novels or watching the shows, you can hide any details that might spoil the plot. Simply drag the slider in the top-right corner to the last chapter or episode that you've completed. You can move the slider with arrow buttons in order to animate the characters' paths. Keep in mind that the slider only controls this map; any page you may open on the wiki site may contain spoilers.

Martin had reached a suitable level of fame where his books could also get this treatment. Originally the plan was to simply reproduce the maps already in the books, but this felt a little unambitious. The idea was to produce a series of canonical, definitive maps stretching all the way from the Lonely Light the western-most of the Iron Islands, located far to the west of Westeros in the Sunset Sea to the much-discussed, never-before-seen Asshai and the Shadow Lands in the distant east. George R. Martin agreed, although he also clarified this was going to be the most that he wanted mapped of his world. In a wry nod to Robert Chambers and his influential book The King in Yellow which, among others, was inspirational for H. Lovecraft and his Cthulu Mythos , Martin also added a city called Carcosa to the far eastern edge of the map.

If you want to go to the very first post on the Atlas of Ice and Fire, click here. How big is the world anyway? A Political Map of the Known World. Terra Incognita: Beyond the Known World. Unreliable Timelines and Confused Dates. A Song of Lines and Latitude.

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  1. The adventure that began with A Game of Thrones comes to life in twelve separate full-color maps, stunningly illustrated and ideal for framing.

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