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What the 7 Kingdoms of Westeros Are

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What the 7 Kingdoms of Westeros Are

What the 7 Kingdoms of Westeros Are

Saying that Game of Thrones has a vast world is a bit of an understatement. Those who are trying to get into the fantasy series might feel a bit overwhelmed, and rightfully so. The world is bursting with so many characters and settings to the point where Martin’s novels have established their own maps, character lineages, and other tools for fans to keep track of the ever-expanding universe. One common question newcomers might have is what the 7 kingdoms of Westeros are.

These kingdoms in Game of Thrones control most of the continent of Westeros and its various offshore islands. Each realm is controlled by a different faction:

  • Kingdom of the North – ruled by House Stark of Winterfell, the Kings in the North.
  • Kingdom of the Mountain and the Vale – ruled by House Arryn of the Eyrie, the Kings of the Mountain and the Vale.
  • Kingdom of the Isles and Rivers – ruled by House Hoare of Harrenhal, the Kings of the Isles and the Rivers.
  • Kingdom of the Rock – ruled by House Lannister of Casterly Rock, the Kings of the Rock.
  • Kingdom of the Stormlands – ruled by House Durrandon of Storm’s End, the Storm Kings.
  • Kingdom of the Reach – ruled by House Gardener of Highgarden, the Kings of the Reach.
  • Principality of Dorne – ruled by House Martell of Sunspear, the Princes of Dorne. (While Dorne is referred to as a principality, it’s still considered an independent kingdom.)

And that’s your first look into the 7 kingdoms of Westeros. For more details on Game of Thrones, make sure to search for Twinfinite.

A B.S. Psychology graduate who enjoys games with rich lore and storytelling. He's also a diehard Final Fantasy fan who just can't stop playing Opera Omnia.

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