A Game of Thrones – Maps - Random House BooksThe website is designed to display useful information on top of the map layer and link to additional details on the Westeros. If you haven't finished reading the novels or watching the shows, you can hide any details that might spoil the plot. Simply drag the slider in the top-right corner to the last chapter or episode that you've completed. You can move the slider with arrow buttons in order to animate the characters' paths. Keep in mind that the slider only controls this map; any page you may open on the wiki site may contain spoilers. If you'd like to share this map with others and point them to a specific location, hold down the Ctrl button while you click on the map.
A Song of Ice and Fire - Speculative world map
In George R. Martin completed work on A Feast for Crows. The book had grown too large to fit into one volume, so he split the narrative by character location. With manuscript pages already completed, Martin anticipated it would be possible to complete the novel within about a year. This proved unduly optimistic. In the event the novel was not published until July , five years and nine months after the previous book. Jeffrey L.
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It may appear that work on my Animated Timeline Map project has stopped, but in fact a lot has been going on behind the scenes on two different fronts. First is a huge and complex spreadsheet which details the entire timeline of A Song of Ice and Fire. Work is ongoing with this monumental task but I hope to have the spreadsheet finished before the end of The second task I've been working on is to create a new map which incorporates both maps of Essos from A Dance With Dragons finished in the same art style as Tear's original Westeros map. I am happy to announce the map is now done. Of course having just finished this map we now learn that George is working on a new book scheduled to be published later this year 30 October entitled Maps of Ice and Fire.
A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One
Please click for a much, much larger version! The results have worked reasonably well, although to preserve the detail of the house symbols mostly borrowed from La Garde de Nuit , the ultimate French-language resource for A Song of Ice and Fire and also fit them onto the map required blowing the map of Westeros up to fairly gargantuan proportions. The above map clocks in at 10, x 16, pixels and 24MB in size! Apologies if it takes a long time to load as a result. Hopefully the results are worth it. In fact, it may work better to click on the image and then save the full-size image to your device for a better browsing experience, with better zoom control.