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Westeros: The Riverlands



Riverlands
The Riverlands are the strong, beating heart of Westeros: the fertile floodplain of the Trident, ruled by the honorable House Tully. Tied by marriage to the North and the Vale, the Riverlands are as central politically as they are geographically. No war was ever fought in Westeros that did not cross the Riverlands, and none in which its armies did not fight.

Because of its central position in Westeros and lack of natural boundaries, the Riverlands has been a frequent battleground. The Riverlands is not considered one of the traditional Seven Kingdoms, as at the time of Aegon's Conquest the territory was controlled by the ironborn. The people of the Riverlands are known as rivermen. Bastards born in the Riverlands are given the surname Rivers.

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Landmarks

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Places
Blackwood Vale

a broad, fertile valley in the Riverlands. Raventree Hall, the seat of House Blackwood, is in Blackwood Vale. There have been no woods in it for several thousand years. The woods have been cleared for homes, mills and holdfasts. The ground is bare and muddy.
Cape of Eagles

a large land mass that juts out into Ironman's Bay, pointing the way to the Iron Islands. It is located west of Seagard.
High Heart

a very tall hill in the Riverlands. It was sacred to the Children of the Forest. Around its crown stands a ring of thirty-one weirwood stumps. The hill is considered a safe place due to its relative height compared to the very flat surrounding land, making it nearly impossible to be approached unseen.
Hollow Hill

a cave in the Riverlands which serves as the hidden base of the Brotherhood Without Banners. The walls of the cave consist of stone and soil interrupted by the huge roots of weirwoods. The hollow hill has numerous tunnels, crannies, and crevices. The brotherhood built a firepit which has stained the ceiling of the largest cavern.
Rutting Meadow

a meadow in the Riverlands on the east bank of the Widow's Wash. It is currently held by House Blackwood.
Spiderwood

a forest in the Riverlands.
The Teats

a pair of grassy hills in the disputed border area between Stone Hedge and Raventree Hall in the Riverlands.
Threepenny Wood

a forest in the Riverlands.
Whispering Wood

a forested valley in the northwestern Riverlands.
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Bodies Of Water
The Darry

a feeder stream that flows into the Trident located between Harrenhal and Riverrun.
The Gods Eye

a large lake in the Riverlands and marks its southern border. The great castle of Harrenhal and its town, Harrentown, sit astride its northern shore. At its center is a lone island, the Isle of Faces, the island where the pact between the Children of the Forest and the First Men was created. The water of the Gods Eye is green and warm. Among its feeder streams is the Rippledown Rill.
Rippledown Rill

a river in the Riverlands. It begins between Harrenhal and Riverrun but loops back around and flows into the Gods Eye.
Sunset Sea

a sea to the west of Westeros. It borders the Reach, the Westerlands, the North, the Iron Islands and the Riverlands. No one has ever crossed the Sunset Sea to learn what lies on the other side.
Trident

a river in the Riverlands. Made of numerous smaller tributaries, it is one of the largest rivers on the continent of Westeros. It is a confluence of three main forks: the Red, the Green and the Blue, eventually flowing into the Bay of Crabs.
The Tumblestone

a river that flows into the Trident in the Riverlands. It is a swift river. The Tumblestone is much deeper than the Red Fork. The nearest ford is miles upriver from Riverrun.
Widow's Wash

a stream in the Riverlands between Raventree Hall & Stone Hedge. It has islands in it.
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Islands
The Isle of Faces

a sacred island in the middle of the lake called the Gods Eye, located in the Riverlands. It's the only known location of weirwoods in the south of Westeros. Following many centuries of fighting, this island is where the First Men and the Children of the Forest signed a pact ending their wars against each other. In celebration, every weirwood on the island was given a face, so that the gods would witness the pact.
Quiet Isle

an upthrust island that sits at the mouth of the river Trident where it flows into the Bay of Crabs. It is a refuge for those sworn to the Seven.
Red Deer Island

an island in the Red Fork of the Trident.
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Roads
Eastern Road

also called the High Road, a pass through the Mountains of the Moon to the Bloody Gate and on to the Eyrie in the Vale. West of the Mountains of the Moon, the road meets the Inn at the Crossroads in the Riverlands, where it connects with the River Road running west and the Kingsroad running north and south.
Kingsroad

main overland route in Westeros and extends for almost two thousand miles. From the northernmost end at Castle Black, at the Wall, it runs south to the capital, King's Landing and continues on through the Stormlands to Storm's End.
River Road

a major road which begins in Casterly Rock and extends northeast to Riverrun in the Riverlands.
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Buildings
Burning Mill

a mill in the Riverlands.
Grindcorn Mill

a mill in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
The Inn at the Crossroads

also known as the Crossroads Inn, is an inn that lies at the crossroads between the Kingsroad running north-south, the River Road west to the Riverlands, and the High Road east to the Vale. It is sometimes called the Old Inn. The inn sits to the north of the Trident. It is run by Masha Heddle.
Inn of the Kneeling Man

an inn in the Riverlands located near the spot where the king of House Stark bent the knee to Aegon I. The main building sits along the shore where the Trident bends. It has long, low wings that stretch out. The lower story is made of grey stone, the upper one of whitewashed wood. Its roof is slate and has a stables and an arbor. Above its door is a painted sign of a king on his knees.
Lord's Mill

a mill in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
The Peach

an inn and brothel in Stoney Sept. It sits on the east side of the main market square. It has white-washed walls. Its sign is a wooden shingle painted like a peach with a bite taken out of it.
Sludgy Pond

the site of a sept in the Riverlands.
The Stinking Goose

a seedy tavern in Maidenpool.
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Settlements
Blackbuckle

a village in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Buckle

a small village in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Cairns

a small village in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Crossed Elms

a village located west of the Gods Eye in the Riverlands.
Donnelwood

a village in the Riverlands.
Fairmarket

a town in the Riverlands on the Blue Fork. It has a wooden bridge that spans the river.
Fieldstone

a village in the Riverlands.
Hag's Mire

a village in the Riverlands. If one intends to go around the Blue Fork, one must pass through Sevenstreams and Hag's Mire, which is considered full of bogs and bad roads.
Harrentown

a town located outside of Harrenhal in the Riverlands.
Harroway

a town in the Riverlands that sits along the Trident. It has a seven-sided sept, a two-story inn and a stone roundtower.
Honeytree

a village in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood. It is known for its hives that produce honey.
Lambswold

a village in the Riverlands located near the Inn of the Kneeling Man.
Mousedown Mill

a village in the Riverlands.
Mudgrave

a market town in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Mummer's Ford

a crossing and town of the river Trident, along the Red Fork, in the Riverlands.
Nutten

a village in the Riverlands.
Pennytree

a village in the Riverlands situated between two grassy hills known as the Teats. Pennytree is named for a huge old oak tree that grows by the duckpond, to which hundreds of copper pennies have been nailed.
Riverbend

a village near the Crossroads Inn in the Riverlands.
Ramsford

a village on the Blue Fork of the Trident.
Sallydance

a village on the Red Fork of the Trident. Its sept has windows of leaded glass.
Saltpans

a trading town in the Riverlands that sits on the Bay of Crabs.
Sevenstreams

a village in the Riverlands. It is under the jurisdiction of House Frey. If one intends to go around the Blue Fork, one must pass through Sevenstreams and Hag's Mire.
Stoney Sept

a walled town in the Riverlands with a sept sitting on a hill. The market square has fountain in the shape of a leaping trout. A brothel known as the Peach is located on the east side of the market.
Tumbler's Falls

a town in the Riverlands located on the Blackwater Rush.
Wendish Town

a town in the Riverlands located near Oldstones.
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Holdings
Acorn Hall

the seat of House Smallwood. It has stone curtain walls and a large oak keep.
Atranta

the seat of House Vance of Atranta.
Battle Valley

a ruin in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Claypool

a ruin in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Darry

a small castle in the Riverlands half a day's ride south of the Trident.
Greenhill

a small holding in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Harrenhal

the largest castle in the Westeros and is located on the north shore of the Gods Eye lake.
Hogg Hall

a small holding in the Riverlands.
Lorgen's Wood

a holding in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Maidenpool

a castle in the Riverlands located near the Bay of Crabs.
Merrydown Dell

a holding in the Riverlands.
Muddy Hall

a ruin in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Old Willow

a holding in the Riverlands.
Oldforge

a ruin in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Oldstones

the remnants of an ancient castle in the Riverlands. Its original name has long been lost. The local smallfolk gave it its new name of "Oldstones".
Pinkmaiden

the seat of House Piper in the Riverlands located on the Red Fork.
Raventree Hall

the seat of House Blackwood located in Blackwood Vale in the Riverlands.
Ravishment

a holding in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Riverrun

the ancestral castle of House Tully, held by them for over a thousand years. It is situated in the Riverlands, at the point where the Tumblestone and Red Fork rivers meet.
Seagard

a town and castle in the Riverlands. Located on the western coast of the Riverlands along Ironman's Bay.
Sherrer

a stone holdfast in the Riverlands.
Stone Hedge

a castle in the Riverlands located east of Riverrun and south of the Red Fork.
Swynford

a holding in the Riverlands.
The Twins

also known as the Crossing, it is the seat of House Frey. It is a fortified crossing of the Green Fork of the Trident and consists of two identical castles and a tower in the middle of their bridge.
Waspwood

a holding in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.
Wayfarer's Rest

the seat of House Vance of Wayfarer's Rest.
White Willow

a holding in the Riverlands.
Whitewalls

a castle in the Riverlands located near Maidenpool.
Willow Wood

a castle in the Riverlands.
Woodhedge

a ruin in the Riverlands currently held by House Blackwood.

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