The Kings Road Map; A Map on Where, When and How Events Unfolds on Game of Thrones

The Kings Road Map; A Map on Where, When and How Events Unfolds on Game of Thrones

The medieval fantasy series Game of Thrones is perhaps one of if not the best drama series currently out there. The drama was written by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss in an adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s book A Game of Thrones.

The plot unfolds in a process of interweaving action taking place in multiple separate locations in and around two fictional continents, the Westeros, and Essos. Most of the actions unfold in Westeros, also referred to as the Seven Kingdoms. When you think about it, are they not actually nine kingdoms? That is the Crownland, the Dorne, the Iron Island, the North, the Reach, the Riverlands, the Stormlands, the Vale, and the Westerlands.

The vast icy continent of Essos lies east of Westeros across the Narrow Sea separated by a massive wall of ice and some old magic. While following the characters as the series unravels is quite easy, keeping up with the geographical locations of the different kingdoms spread out across Westeros and Essos is a different thing.

The Kings Road Map

For viewers that don’t have a good grasp of exactly where the different Kingdoms are located, and which series of events took place is what part of Westeros and Essos. The Kings Road Map comes to your rescue.

It is an online platform giving you a summarized step by step account of Game of Thrones episodes. From Season One to Season Six based on where and when they took place on a map of Westeros and Essos continent. So if you have been feeling lost when you hear the Seven Kingdoms and the great Wall among other names of places while watching the series, The Kings Road Map is for you.

Head on to this link, for a map recap of the Game of Thrones drama series.

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