GAME OF THRONES
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King's Landing, Seat of the King. Named upon the arrival of the conquering king Aegon Targaryen, this city long served as a home to the ruling family until Robert Baratheon deposed Aerys Targaryen, known as the Mad King. The southern region's balmy climate contributes to a life of lavishness for those who can afford it, but the city's mobbed streets demand caution from even its most powerful residents. After eradicating House Tyrell and the Faith Militant, Cersei lannister took control of the city and the iron Throne.
Tyrion Lannister. With help from his brother, Tyrion Lannister escapes from the dungeons of the Red Keep.
Casterly Rock. Seat of House Lannister, Warden of the West. Legend has it that Lann the Clever tricked the Casterly family into giving up their castle, thus beginning the Lannister bloodline. The fortress guards a region once rife with gold mines, the source of the Lannister's significant wealth. Jaime Lannister allowed Daenerys Targaryen's Unsullied to capture his family home in a ruse that allowed him to take Highgarden.
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.
Qarth. A wealthy port city, it is considered by natives to be "the greatest city that was or will be." It was ruled by a group of dignitaries known as the Thirteen until the arrival of Daenerys Targaryen. Two of the noblemen, merchant Xaro Xhoan Daxos and warlock Pyatt Pree, tried to take over the city and enslave Daenerys’ dragons, but were killed when Daenerys discovered their treachery.
Meereen. A sister city to Yunkai and Astapor, Meereen boasted a thriving slave trade until the arrival of Daenerys Targaryen. Backed by her army of Unsullied, Dany incited a slave rebellion and took the city with the backing of her army of Unsullied. Her rule was challenged by the Sons of The Harpy, who nearly assassinated Dany before she fled Meereen riding Drogon. Tyrion Lannister with assistance from Grey Worm, Missandei and Varys, managed the city in her absence. After learning the masters were funding the Sons of The Harpy, Tyrion brokered a short-lived peace with them. Dany returned to Meereen, only to find it under siege by the Masters. With help from the Dothraki and her three dragons, she restored order.
Bravos, Free City. A city of seafarers and master swordsmen, Braavos consists of hundreds of tiny islands connected by stone bridges. Notable Braavosi landmarks include the Titan of Braavos, a giant statue that guards the harbor entrance to the city, the Iron Bank, the richest financial institution in the known world, and the house of Black and White, a centuries-old temple to the Many-Faced God.
Vaes Dothrak. The only city in the Dothraki Sea, it is large enough to house every khalasar at once. Home to two trading markets and the dosh khaleen, the widows of fallen khals, it is forbidden to carry weapons or to spill blood within Vaes Dothrak's walls.
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.