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nice, thinking of doing the Boltons or Reynes


Thank you for your interest in this roleplay. I regret to say that the Boltons died out in 301 AC, after Stannis killed both Roose and Ramsay in battle. (Walda Frey gave birth to a daughter, thus ending the Bolton line.)

House Reyne too unfortunately died out a long time ago, in 261 AC. However, House Vikary is a good alternative, as their heraldry suggests historical lineage to the Reynes.
Welp, I've crafted you all a wonderful OOC Page. Enjoy folks.

Link to the OOC Page.



Blood Runs Over Westeros Mk4




The following is an excerpt from the life's work of Archmaester Rallis, which recounts the golden reign of King Aegon the VI, and that of his decendants till the year 364 AC.

"Perhaps unlike any king before him, his Grace King Aegon had been shaped for rule before he could walk. He was trained in arms, as befits a knight to be, but that was not the end of his education. He could read and write, speak several tongues, studied history and law and poetry. A septa instructed him in the mysteries of the Faith since he was old enough to understand them. He had lived with fisherfolk, worked with his hands, swum in rivers and mended nets and learned to wash his own clothes at need. He fished and cooked and bounded up wounds, knew what it is like to be hungry, to be hunted, to be afraid. Above all, Aegon knew kingship was a sacred duty, that a king must put his people first, and live and rule for them."


An introduction and invitation to B.R.O.W. Mk4

Blood Runs Over Westeros, Mk4, is the fourth variant of Bluetommy's original Blood Runs Over Westeros Game of Thrones roleplay. This version of the that fabled progenitor of GoT Roleplay centers around the reigns of Aegon VI Targaryen successors, as they struggle to reassert Targaryen rule over the Seven Kingdoms and the Iron Throne. In this timeline, starting in 364 AC, the world stands at the edge of chaos, and only time will tell whether or not those who stand upon the precipice can save themselves, or fall into the Seven pits of hell itself.








Claimed Houses and their Players



Now, after rebellions, wars, religious uprisings, a plague, and the loss of a King, the realm is without a clear heir to the throne, though many will claim they have the greatest right to the seat. A Great Council is needed, before any more chaos can spread, who will hold the Iron Throne is unclear, but one thing is for certain for the soon-to-be future. Westeros will bleed.





I n f o r m a t i o n




Game GM(s):
@Abefroeman

Expected Release Date:
October 15th - November 5th

Posting Guidelines:
Advanced Section expectations; adjustable posting activity.

Influences:
Several A Song of Ice & Fire sandbox RPs that have run on RPG in the last several years, and the great GM's that ran them in the past.

Game Admission:
It's a public game, however, applications will be based on the merits of their quality.

Player Options:
Houses or Individual Characters.

Book Lore vs HBO Lore:
This world is primarily based on the novels written by George R.R. Martin, however, certain events depicted within the T.V. show will be grafted in to the overall lore and timeline of this RP. ((E.x. The destruction of the Great Sept of Baelor by Queen Cersei Lannister, the Sacking of Highgarden,)) When in doubt, refer to the books over the show when crafting your historical progress through the years.

Canon Precedence:
Players have the autonomy - within reason of course - to decide their House's history and how it played into the conclusion of the War of the Five Kings that saw Aegon Targaryen VI crowned as King of Westeros. Furthermore, as more of the story is revealed in a more indepth OOC page, should enough interest come to fruition, players are more than welcome to participate in key events in history that lead to the games start.




Extinct Houses:
War is bloody and brutal, and sometimes, certain Houses go extinct due to their black reputation. House Karstark ceases to be ((1. Replaced by House Thenn, and also because Stannis burned a whole bunch of Karstarks for his Red god. House Bolton is gone, with both Roose and Ramsay dying on the field of battle, and Walda Frey giving birth to a daughter. House Greyjoy is gone too, replaced with House Codd ruling Pyke now. House Clegane is dead... etc. You get the point, a number of Houses went the way of the Hoares, nothing but ashes. Applying for these houses will not be options, not even some random bastard, copy. Most other houses are open for talking points due to the precedence of player autonomy.

Historical Casualties:
Aegon VI did not take control of Westeros with some ink and a signature. Many a man and woman died in that war, fighting for their respective sides. Members of the Golden Company, Margaery Tyrell in the Sept "fire" along with other Tyrell's ((At the player's discretion)), Stannis Baratheon at the Wall, etc, etc. Basically, if a character doesn't make much sense living past their necessary footprints, they're probably dead. Discussions will be open, but remember convincing arguments are as good as Valyrian steel. ((Most folks are dead by now anyhow, due to the timeline.))

Discord Server for BROW Mk4

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Blood Runs Over Westeros Mk4




The following is an excerpt from the life's work of Archmaester Rallis, which recounts the golden reign of King Aegon the VI, and that of his decendants till the year 364 AC.

"Perhaps unlike any king before him, his Grace King Aegon had been shaped for rule before he could walk. He was trained in arms, as befits a knight to be, but that was not the end of his education. He could read and write, speak several tongues, studied history and law and poetry. A septa instructed him in the mysteries of the Faith since he was old enough to understand them. He had lived with fisherfolk, worked with his hands, swum in rivers and mended nets and learned to wash his own clothes at need. He fished and cooked and bounded up wounds, knew what it is like to be hungry, to be hunted, to be afraid. Above all, Aegon knew kingship was a sacred duty, that a king must put his people first, and live and rule for them."


An introduction and invitation to B.R.O.W. Mk4

Blood Runs Over Westeros, Mk4, is the fourth variant of Bluetommy's original Blood Runs Over Westeros Game of Thrones roleplay. This version of the that fabled progenitor of GoT Roleplay centers around the reigns of Aegon VI Targaryen successors, as they struggle to reassert Targaryen rule over the Seven Kingdoms and the Iron Throne. In this timeline, starting in 364 AC, the world stands at the edge of chaos, and only time will tell whether or not those who stand upon the precipice can save themselves, or fall into the Seven pits of hell itself.








Claimed Houses and their Players



Now, after rebellions, wars, religious uprisings, a plague, and the loss of a King, the realm is without a clear heir to the throne, though many will claim they have the greatest right to the seat. A Great Council is needed, before any more chaos can spread, who will hold the Iron Throne is unclear, but one thing is for certain for the soon-to-be future. Westeros will bleed.





I n f o r m a t i o n




Game GM(s):
@Abefroeman

Expected Release Date:
October 15th - November 5th

Posting Guidelines:
Advanced Section expectations; adjustable posting activity.

Influences:
Several A Song of Ice & Fire sandbox RPs that have run on RPG in the last several years, and the great GM's that ran them in the past.

Game Admission:
It's a public game, however, applications will be based on the merits of their quality.

Player Options:
Houses or Individual Characters.

Book Lore vs HBO Lore:
This world is primarily based on the novels written by George R.R. Martin, however, certain events depicted within the T.V. show will be grafted in to the overall lore and timeline of this RP. ((E.x. The destruction of the Great Sept of Baelor by Queen Cersei Lannister, the Sacking of Highgarden,)) When in doubt, refer to the books over the show when crafting your historical progress through the years.

Canon Precedence:
Players have the autonomy - within reason of course - to decide their House's history and how it played into the conclusion of the War of the Five Kings that saw Aegon Targaryen VI crowned as King of Westeros. Furthermore, as more of the story is revealed in a more indepth OOC page, should enough interest come to fruition, players are more than welcome to participate in key events in history that lead to the games start.




Extinct Houses:
War is bloody and brutal, and sometimes, certain Houses go extinct due to their black reputation. House Karstark ceases to be ((1. Replaced by House Thenn, and also because Stannis burned a whole bunch of Karstarks for his Red god. House Bolton is gone, with both Roose and Ramsay dying on the field of battle, and Walda Frey giving birth to a daughter. House Greyjoy is gone too, replaced with House Codd ruling Pyke now. House Clegane is dead... etc. You get the point, a number of Houses went the way of the Hoares, nothing but ashes. Applying for these houses will not be options, not even some random bastard, copy. Most other houses are open for talking points due to the precedence of player autonomy.

Historical Casualties:
Aegon VI did not take control of Westeros with some ink and a signature. Many a man and woman died in that war, fighting for their respective sides. Members of the Golden Company, Margaery Tyrell in the Sept "fire" along with other Tyrell's ((At the player's discretion)), Stannis Baratheon at the Wall, etc, etc. Basically, if a character doesn't make much sense living past their necessary footprints, they're probably dead. Discussions will be open, but remember convincing arguments are as good as Valyrian steel. ((Most folks are dead by now anyhow, due to the timeline.))

Discord Server for BROW Mk4

Roger that, and we now have a Lannister, plus possible Martell.
We now have a House Tully of scaley fishyness.
There is now interest for House Arryn, consider the Vale's biggest bird claimed.
My my, well then I'll just have to get the discord up asap. (Probably tomorrow, due to graveyard work shift.)

@Sloth In the meantime, more wine for Lord Baratheon.
@Aufklarung Alright alright alright.

Everyone else, I'll try my best to get on OOC up this weekend, due to the interest. (It may run in to next week possibly...)

Secondary question, would folks prefer a discord channel, or no thanks?
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