Last year I had posted a map of Westeros that helped put each realm’s location into perspective. This season just started and we’ve already been introduced to a location that we haven’t seen before. The old map I posted also didn’t show the lands of the Dothraki to the east.
After a little digging, I found what is probably THE most detailed map of George R.R. Martin’s world that I have ever seen. It not only shows The Dothraki Sea, but also the The Red Waste, which was shown in the season premier. I have to give the guy who put this together some serious props because this map is off the chain.
Scouring book and material, both cannon and non-cannon, someone known only as SerMountianGoat created this insane piece of art to show lands both known and unknown (at least to me at the moment). It really is a work of art so be sure to check it out it its full sized glory here.
SerMountianGoat also has a Google Earth view of the map as well as an animated timeline of the events from the books. His efforts have not gone unnoticed either. Check out that link and you’ll see that George R.R. Martin even appreciated his efforts even though they may be a bit inaccurate. Martin went on to tell him that there will be a book released later this year of the maps which will show that “There are certain things — the geography and location of the Summer Islands, the placement of Qarth and the Jade Gates, everything east of Slaver’s Bay and the Dothraki Sea… that you would have no way of knowing.” I look forward to checking that out in October. In the meantime, feast your eyes on the one above.
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