GAME OF THRONES
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The Twins. Seat of House Frey, Lord Paramount of the Riverlands. The Frey family spent three generations building their river-spanning fortress, and they've grown rich from the tolls charged to travellers for crossing.
Pyke. Seat of House Greyjoy. This ancient stronghold, which takes its name from the island it stands on, is situated on a scattering of huge stones in the sea, with bridges connecting its towers. Its rocky, moss-covered foundations prevent any ships from landing.
Craster's Keep. Craster's Keep was home to the wildling beyond the Wall who provided shelter for the men of the Night's Watch in exchange for wine and tools. Lord Commander Jeor Mormont and a group of brothers sought shelter here after enduring an attack by the White Walkers. When Craster proved to be an ungenerous and resentful host, two brothers, Karl and Rast, led a mutiny, killing Craster and the Lord Commander.
Fist of The First Men
Fist of The First Men. This hilltop plateau has served as a natural fortification for thousands of years, dating back to the arrival of Westeros' first conquerors. A steep and stony climb is the only way to reach it.
Frostfang Mountains. The mountain range northeast of the Wall takes its name from its jagged peaks. Only the hardiest wildlings know how to find the hidden valleys that can provide shelter in this inhospitable terrain.
The Dreadfort. Seat of House Bolton. A powerful house in the North, the Boltons have been known to skin their enemies alive. It is rumored that the skins of several ancient Starks still hang in the dungeons of the Dreadfort.
Castle Black, One of three fortresses on the Wall still manned by the Night's Watch (in addition to Eastwatch by the Sea and the Shadow Tower), the castle provides a dark and chilling home for those committed enough – or unlucky enough – to take up its defense.
Stannis Baratheon and his army arrive to finish off with the wildlings.
The Vale of Arryn
The Vale of Arryn. Enclosed almost entirely by the Mountains of the Moon, the Vale is accessible only during warmer seasons, and even then, the brutal mountain clans that roam its passes are a constant threat.
The Vale of Arryn. Changing course from the Eyrie, Arya Stark and The Hound encounter Brienne of Tarth and Pod.
Eyrie. Seat of House Arryn, Warden of the East. Nestled high in the Mountains of the Moon, the Eyrie is almost entirely impregnable. The castle uses its high placement to other advantage as well, locking criminals in three-walled "sky cells" that open to a sheer drop down the mountainside.
Winterfell. Winterfell was the seat of the Stark family for generations until one-time Stark ward Theon Greyjoy seized the castle for his father during the War of Five Kings. Roose Bolton's bastard son, Ramsay Snow took it back but left it in ruins. Tywin Lannister awared the castle to Lord Bolton after the Red Wedding for his service to the crown. It remained in their hands until Jon Snow and Sansa Stark triumphed in the Battle of the Bastards. With Winterfell once again under Stark's control, the Northern houses have pledged themselves to Jon Snow.
Moat Cailin. This ancient stronghold of the First Men has been reduced to ruins over the centuries. The fortress was occupied by the Ironborn until Ramsay Snow sent his hostage, Theon Greyjoy, to negotiate its surrender.