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Rhoyne Like Hell: Westeros.org’s Rhoynar-centric “The World of Ice and Fire” Excerpt
The bodies haven’t even been removed from the battlefield of our last
podcast, but Sean and I are back already with a brand-new BLAH! Today
we’re talking about the excerpt from George R.R. Martin, Elio García Jr., and Linda Antonsson’s The World of Ice and Fire about the Rhoynar,
which was posted a few weeks ago on the latter two writer’s seminal
Westeros.org website. Its title, “The Ten Thousand Ships,” is somewhat
inapt given that it doesn’t in fact cover the naval exodus of the people
of the Rhoyne from that Essosi river to the southern lands of Dorne in
Westeros. But there’s plenty to talk about up until that point, from the
sudden revelation that an entire water-based form of magic exists (or
existed) to the wartime conduct of Old Valyria and its allies. Saddle up
a turtle and enjoy!
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