Ck2 A Song Of Ice And Fire



Crusader Kings II is a complex strategy games that models the real European world. Not 'grognard' complex, but probably a tier or 2 above Civilizaiton 4, which itself is a tier above Civilization 5. The important difference is Civilization might use real world names, but at the end of the day it still uses a random map generator and has at most. A Song of Ice and Fire is a series of epic fantasy novels by the American novelist and screenwriter George R. Martin.He began the first volume of the series, A Game of Thrones, in 1991, and it was published in 1996. Martin, who initially envisioned the series as a trilogy, has published five out of a planned seven volumes. What is this mod about? “A Game of Thrones” (AGOT) is a full-conversion mod for Paradox Interactive’s Crusder Kings II (CK2). Set in the world of George R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire (ASoIaF) fantasy saga where lords great and small vie for control over the lands of Ice and Fire, from Westeros and the Seven Kingdoms in the west, to Qarth in the east. CK2:AGOT 2.2 Checksum: FYIO Compatible with: CK2 3.3.3. A Game of Thrones is a total conversion mod for Crusader Kings II, based on George R. Martin’s fantasy novel series, A Song of Ice and Fire.

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The Thousand Islands are an extensive archipelago in the eastern Shivering Sea off the northern coast of Essos. To the southwest are the Plains of the Jogos Nhai, to the south is Nefer and N'Ghai, and to the southeast is Mossovy. According to Ibbenese chartmakers, the islands are actually fewer than three hundred. The fish in the waters of the Thousand Islands are described as oddly misshapen, with a bitter and unpleasant taste.

These isles are sea-girt scatter of bleak and windswept rocks. Some believe they are the remnants of a drowned kingdom whose buildings were submerged by the rising sea thousands of years ago. Few mariners land on the islands, due to their inhabitants.[1]


A woman of the Thousand Islands - © René Aigner

The folk that dwell on the Thousand Islands are reportedly xenophobes, inimical to strangers. They are hairless and have green-tinged skin. Females file their teeth into sharp points and males slice the foreskins of their members. They speak an unknown tongue and are said to sacrifice sailors to squamous, fish-headed gods. Likenesses of these gods are visible along the shores when the tide is low, lending credence to the theory of a civilization submerged by the rising of the sea level. Despite being islanders, the inhabitants of the Thousand Islands fear the sea so much they refuse to set foot in the water, even when threatened by death.[1]

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Sarnori ships sailed the Thousand Islands in the height of their power.[2] There is evidence of historical Ibbenese settlements in the Thousand Islands.[3]


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Corlys Velaryon was the first Westerosi to navigate the Thousand Islands. After reaching them, he turned back.[4]


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Notes and References

  1. 1.01.1The World of Ice & Fire, East of Ib.
  2. The World of Ice & Fire, The Grasslands.
  3. The World of Ice & Fire, Ib.
  4. George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire.
Ck2 A Song Of Ice And Fire
Islands of the Known World
Iron Islands
  • Shield Islands (Greenshield
  • Southshield)
Vale of Arryn
  • Three Sisters (Littlesister
  • Sweetsister)
Free Cities
Slaver's Bay and
the Gulf of Grief
Shivering Sea
Sothoryos and
the Summer Sea
Summer Isles
Basilisk Isles
Sunset Sea
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