Welcome to Summer Has Gone. This is an AU Game of Thrones site unlike anything you've seen before. We've added twelve new islands that are Kingdoms of their own - these will be a source of curiosity and fascination for the inhabitants of Westeros, and a source of conflict, as alliances are made and enemies are made. Also, this is JCINK Premium so certain characters have been aged up, as have events. We have also added in relatives to certain Houses, to make things more interesting.
04.12.16 // SHG has been open for a while now, and we currently have a site event going on that we hope all of you join in on! The site will be undergoing a few changes over the next few weeks, but we still encourage people to post and stay active!
05.20 // I am proud to say, that the site is now open! The staff hope all of you enjoy it here.
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The region is sparsely populated, with vast wilderness, forests, pine-covered hills and snow-capped mountains, speckled with tiny villages and holdfasts. Its climate is cold and harsh in winter and occasionally it will snow in summer. The north has two major land barriers, the Wall to the north and the Neck to the south. The north is bound on each side by major seas, the Shivering Sea to the east and the Sunset Sea to the west.
Subforums: Beyond the Wall, The Wall, Winterfell
|5||24||Jul 14 2016, 07:13 AM
By: Eleana Arryn
The Vale is located on the eastern shore of Westeros, a land of fertile soil, rivers, and lakes, protected by its largely impassable Mountains of the Moon. The Vale tends to be slightly isolated from the rest of Westeros. Its harsh winters make travel only possible through the mountains during warmer years, and rebellious mountain clans make travel even more dangerous. The Vale can be reached through the high road, which connects the Vale and the Riverlands, and is protected by the Bloody Gate.
Subforums: The Eyrie, The Bloody Gate, The Fingers
Because of their central position in Westeros and lack of natural boundaries, the riverlands have been a frequent battleground. The people of the riverlands are known as "rivermen", or occasionally "riverlanders", and they are a mixture of hardy warriors, peaceful fisherfolk and devout smallfolk. Their lords have a reputation for being notoriously quarrelsome.
Subforums: Northern Territory, Southern Territory
|2||12||Jun 25 2016, 11:43 AM
In: A Bumpy Road
By: Roslin Tully
The Crownlands are based around Blackwater Bay, with the capital of King's Landing built where the Blackwater Rush meets the bay. King's Landing, the largest city in Westeros, contains the Great Sept of Baelor and the Red Keep, the home of House Baratheon of King's Landing.
Subforums: King's Landing, Dragonstone
|-1||-4||Dec 23 2016, 11:48 PM
In: Tethered Rage
By: Aeranys Targaryen
The Westerlands is a region in the west of the continent of Westeros.Before the Targaryen conquest, it was known as the Kingdom of the Rock. People from the Westerlands are known as Westermen. The customary surname of noble bastards born in the Westerlands is Hill.
Subforums: Casterly Rock, Lannisport
The Stormlands are ruled from the castle of Storm's End by House Baratheon. Notable bannermen of the region include Buckler, Caron, Connington, Dondarrion, Errol, Estermont, Penrose, Selmy, Staedmon, Swann, Tarth, and Wylde. Noble bastards raised in the stormlands are given the surname Storm.
Subforums: Storm's End, Summerhall
The Reach is considered the home of chivalry in Westeros. It is the place where knighthood is looked upon with the greatest reverence and esteemed the most. It is also the place where the rules to tournaments are the most stringent and managed.
Subforums: Highgarden, Oldtown, The Shield Islands
|2||15||Jul 21 2016, 12:50 AM
In: Pursuit Of Knowledge
By: Aegon Targaryen
|The Strange Isles
No one knows how these islands came to be; it is said that the Children of the Forest created them decades ago, but abandoned them, for some unknown reason. These islands lay forgotten and uninhabited for years, they were found by the refugees of the Essosi wars, who made them their home. Some time later, during the Targaryen conquest, Westerosi came to the Isles, and were welcomed by the people already there,
Subforums: Leaf Island, Moon Island, Dusk Island, Seed Island, Sun Island, Frost Island, Sand Island, Dawn Island, Harvest Island, Steppe Island, Unda Island, Ember Island, No Man Isle
|3||9||Dec 18 2016, 09:48 PM
By: Panthera Redleaf
Dorne is the large peninsula which makes up the southern-most part of Westeros, and is one of the constituent regions of the Seven Kingdoms. The lords of the ruling House Nymeros Martell style themselves "Prince" and "Princess" in the Rhoynish fashion. The Martells rule from their capital, Sunspear, outside of which sprawls the shadow city.
Subforums: Sunspear, Starfall
|4||14||Jun 19 2016, 04:30 PM
In: A Dayne Good Time
By: Arthur Dayne
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