Below is a list of the major known regions within the universe of GoTRP, where characters can be created and stories begun.
Click on any of the links to discover more in-depth information about the region, including the current state of the realms, or check out up-to-date lists of current players and unclaimed Houses.
'*' denotes Houses currently unclaimed but with a history/major impact in the GOTRP's past.
The North Edit
During the War of the Five Kings, the North was liberated from Bolton rule by Stannis Baratheon, and the Starks restored to paramountcy. The North saw little conflict after the war, save for a brief attempt by Davos Baratheon to invade and replace their religion with the Seven. Predictably, the invasion was stopped at the Neck.
Sometime prior to the first era, Walton Bolton declared his house to be independent from the North and the Iron Throne, after an insult from King Harys Baratheon. The Bolton Uprising was put down by the king and Edmure Stark, who was thought to have put all of House Bolton to the sword.
- Karstark: Elinor Karstark, Daughter of Lord Karstark
- Knott: Brandon Knott, The Knott of the Knott Clan
- Reed: Cregan Reed, Lord of Greywater Watch
- Tallhart: Domeric Tallhart, Son of Master Tallhart
- Wull: Harrold Wull, Son of The Wull of the Wull Clan
|Unclaimed Houses||Blackmyre - Burley - Cassel - Cerwyn - Condon - Crowl - Dustin - Fenn - Flint of Breakstone Hill - Flint of Flint’s Finger - Flint of the mountains - Flint of Widow’s Watch - Harclay - Hornwood - Ironsmith - Lake - Lightfoot - Locke - Magnar - Manderly* - Marsh - Mollen - Mormont - Moss - Norrey* - Overton* - Peat - Poole - Ryswell - Slate - Stane - Stout - Waterman - Wells - Woolfield|
The Riverlands Edit
Following the turmoil of the region that was the War of the Five Kings, the Riverlands found themselves under the control of a new Great House, House Baelish of Harrenhal. The Tullys were restored to their ancestral seat of Riverrun, ruling their lands and becoming vassals to the monstrous black castle. The Freys, who also held on to their weak claim at the title, did the same from the Crossing.
For the better part of the two centuries to follow, House Baelish maintained control over the lands through sly and deviant actions, until they trickled to hardly be in existence at all.
- Blackwood: Jon Blackwood, Son of Lord Blackwood
- Ryger: Gwenys Ryger, Lady of House Ryger
- Tully: Celia Tully, Daughter of Lord Tully
- Tully: Mathis Tully, Heir to Riverrun
- Vance of Wayfarer’s Rest: Robb Vance, Son of Lord Vance
Blanetree - Butterwell - Chambers - Charlton - Cox - Darry - Deddings - Erenford - Goodbrook - Grell - Haigh - Hawick - Keath - Lolliston - Lychester - Mallister* - Mooton* - Paege - Piper - Shawney - Smallwood - Terrick - Vance of Atranta - Vypren
The Westerlands Edit
The Westerlands continued under Lannister rule after the War of Five Kings through the line of Daven Lannister, Warden of the West and cousin to Tywin Lannister.
Follwing the war, the kingdom managed to return to be the wealthiest of all seven, due to its robust mining-driven economy as well as seeing little to no conflict following two centuries of Baratheon rule, keeping mostly to itself.
- Banefort: Rolland Banefort, Heir of Banefort
- Lannett: Joanna Lanett (Plumm), Lady of Nunn's Deep
- Lydden: Joffery Lydden, Knight of Deep Den
- Swyft: Tregar Swift, Cousin of Lord Swyft, King's Justice
- Westerling: Elbert Westerling, Heir of the Crag
Algood - Bettley - Brax - Broom - Clegane* - Doggett - Drox - Estern - Falwell - Farmen - Feren - Foote - Garner - Greenfield - Hamell - Hawthorne - Hetherspoon - Kenning - Lanny - Lantell - Lefford* - Lorch - Marbrand - Moreland - Myatt - Parren - Payne - Peckledon - Prester - Ruttiger - Sarsfield - Serrett - Spicer - Stackspear - Turnberry - Vikary - Yarwyck - Yew
The Vale Edit
Under the rulership of House Arryn, the Vale continued to remain in relative peace for the centuries of Baratheon rule. Lord Paramount Rumar Arryn, the father to future lords James and Nathaniel Arryn, ruled peacefully for many years, however, he also began to establish ties to other more notable houses including Stark, with the marriage of his heir to the eldest daughter of the Northern house.
- Hunter: Robar Hunter, Lord of Longbow Hall
- Sunderland: Elys Sunderland, Lord of the Three Sisters
- Templeton: Sylas Templeton, Knight of Ninestars
- Royce: Ronnel Royce, Lord of Runestone
|Unclaimed Houses||Arryn of Gullton - Baelish of the Fingers - Belmore - Borrel - Coldwater - Corbray* - Donniger - Egen - Elesham - Grafton - Hardyng - Hersy* - Hunter - Longthrope - Melcolm - Moore - Pryor - Redfort - Royce of the Gates of the Moon - Ruthermont - Shett of Gulltown - Shett of Gull Tower - Tollett - Upcliff - Waynwood - Wydman|
The Reach Edit
The Reach continued to thrive under the Tyrell rule following the War of the Five Kings. During the beginning of Baratheon reign, the Reach (like the other Kingdoms) were skeptical of the Baratheons rulership. House Tyrell chose to lead the Reach in support of Baratheons in the Red Stag War, however, and aided King Davos in vanquishing the Lightharts. Following the victory in the Red Stag War, the two houses grew very close, resulting in the Reach benefiting greatly from the Iron Throne's favor for decades.
In 456 AC, the Tourney of Longtable was held by Lord Owen Merryweather in honor of the birth of then, Prince Renly Baratheon. Knights from all over the realm traveled south for the would-be twelve day event. It was cut short with the unexpected death of King Orys II's brother, Colen Baratheon, at the hands of the Grey Knight.
- Caswell: Alysanne Caswell, Daughter of Lord Caswell
- Chester: Cedric Chester, Lord of Greenshield
- Crane: Jocelyn Crane, Daughter of Lord Crane
- Cuy: Edwyn Cuy, Exiled Knight of House Cuy
- Fossoway of New Barrel: Ryon Fossoway, Lord of New Barrel
- Orme: Bryan Orme, Lord of House Orme
- Willum: Kyle Willum, Heir of House Willum
- Oldflowers: Malwyn Oldflowers, Lord of Oldflowers
|Unclaimed Houses||Ambrose - Appleton* - Ball - Beesbury - Blackbar - Bridges - Bulwer* - Bushy - Cockshaw - Cordwayner - Costayne - Dunn - Durwell - Florent - Footly - Fossoway of Cider Hall - Graceford - Graves - Grimm - Hastwyck - Hewett - Hunt - Hutcheson - Inchfield* - Kidwell - Leygood - Lowther - Lyberr - Meadows - Merryweather* - Middlebury - Mullendore* - Norcross - Norridge - Oakheart* - Peake - Pommingham - Redding - Redwyne* - Rhysling* - Risley - Rowan - Serry - Shermer - Sloane* - Tarly* - Uffering - Varner - Vyrwel - Webber - Westbrook - Wythers - Yelshire|
The Stormlands Edit
Throughout the rule of House Baratheon upon the Iron Throne, the Stormlands thrived and saw much favoritism. They were initially amongst the only backers of the house during the Red Stag War, fighting alongside the Crownlands and later the Reach.
Younger sons or brothers were often granted the Lord Paramountcy by the Kings. Most stormlords adored the Baratheons, however, not all seemed to share the view.
- Cafferen: Darlessa Cafferen, Lady of Fawnton
- Fell: Alaric Fell, Heir to Felwood
- Mertyns: Deny Mertyns, Son of Lord Mertyns
- Morrigen: Marwyn Morrigen, Lord of Crow’s Nest
- Rogers: Alysanne Rogers, Dowager Lady of Amberly
- Seaworth: Daven Seaworth, Lord of Wrath Bay
- Whitehead: Lyonel Whitehead, Heir of Weeping Town
|Unclaimed Houses||Bolling - Buckler* - Cole - Errol* - Gower - Grandison - Hasty - Herston - Horpe - Kellington - Lonmouth - Musgood - Peasebury - Penrose - Selmy - Staedmon - Swann* - Swygert - Trant - Tudbury - Wagstaff - Wensington - Wylde|
The Iron Islands Edit
- Blacktyde: Shiera Blacktyde, Daughter of Lord Blacktyde
- Goodbrother of Corpse Lake: Dagmer Goodbrother, Heir of Corpse Lake
- Goodbrother of Shatterstone: Euron Goodbrother, Lord of Shatterstone
|Unclaimed Houses||Botley - Codd - Drumm - Farwynd of the Lonely Light* - Farwynd of Sealskin Point - Goodbrother of Crow Spike Keep - Goodbrother of Downdelving - Goodbrother of Hammerhorn - Goodbrother of Orkmont - Greyjoy* - Harlaw of Grey garden - Harlaw of Harlaw Hall - Harlaw of Harridan Hill - Harlaw of the Tower of Glimmering - Humble - Ironmaker - Kenning - Merlyn - Myre - Netley|
- Blackmont: Lewyn Sand, Bastard of Lady Blackmont
- Qorgyle: Luceon Qorgyle, Lord of Sanstone
- Uller: Nymeria Uller, Lady of Hellfolt
|Unclaimed Houses||Allyrion* - Dalt - Drinkwater - Fowler* - Gargalen - Jordayne* - Ladybright - Manwoody - Santagar - Toland* - Vaith - Wells - Wyl - Yronwood*|
The Crownlands Edit
The Crownlands hosted two centuries of Baratheon kings in its capital of King’s Landing, with the Crownlander lordships enjoying relative peace and unity. The the War of the Split Stag was what drove the region to split almost itself however.
Following the war, the Crownlands as a whole never seemed to heal the trust amongst their fellow lords; each house becoming only interested in themselves.
- Crabb: Calon Crabb, Member of House Crabb, Goldcloak
- Harte: Rhea Harte, Daughter of Lord Harte, Handmaiden
- Slynt: Ardrian Slynt, Steward of House Slynt
- Staunton: Gysella Staunton, Daughter of Lord Staunton
- Thorne: Brynden Thorne , Son of Lord Thorne
|Unclaimed Houses||Bar Emmon - Blount - Boggs - Brune - Buckwell - Brych - Bywater - Cargyll - Cave - Celtigar - Chalsted - Chyttering - Cressey - Dargood - Darke - Darkwood - Edgerton - Farring - Folland - Gaunt - Hardy - Hayfords - Hogg - Kettleblack - Langward - Mallery - Manning - Massey - Pyle - Pyne - Rambton - Rollingford - Rykker - Stokely - Velaryon* - Wendwater|
Beyond the Wall Edit
Across the Narrow Sea Edit
The Free Cities Edit