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Tom Heinrich yes! i had no idea it was going on. JUST TAKE MY MONEY
Cason Same question! I’d LOVE the book, and I simply missed the boat. :(
anyone know if there currently is or will be a way to purchase the unseen westos book or art prints?
So no Samurai cultures or empires? well I guess I can dream
Absolutely awesome, thank you.
Sothoryos is just the Minecraft Far Lands
More like Nopethoryos
'Uncomfortable race undertones' I was thinking that the whole video xd
"These questions are central to the final season of game of thrones" oh you thought
This needs to be another series or a game.
pretty sure it's Malekith , The King of Naggarond reside in asshai
Man, I'd kill for a 3840x1080 version of that map
If only we got to see these places in the show
am i the only one who believes that Game of Thrones is a world that had the internet , submarines, space travel etc but its a post apocalytic
THANK YOU 🙏 game of thrones left out the most interesting aspects of the world building 😖😩😠
So your telling me that Cersei was excited to get elephants when there were zorses, wyverns, fricking dinosaur, unicorns, and etc?
Wow thats really wonderfull world. Not just about the throne. Ugh
Why does this make me want to read the books
What’s west of Westeros? The Resteros.
It would be amazing if they made an animated show about lomas longstrider travelling the asoiaf world.
The King in Yellow and Carcosa predates Lovecraft, although he was clearly inspired by it.
I would absolutely love to see a series who focuses on these themes. Would be so interesting!
"These questions are central to the final season of Game of Thrones"D&D: sUbVeRt eXpEcTaTiOnS
Strait outta LovecraftCrazy muthafucka named CthulhuFrom the sea comes deep ones with attitude
Wow it’s crazy how much GOT forgot. Can’t believe they never even mentioned Sothoryos. GRRM has an incredible imagination
Lets all take a moment and appreciate this masterpiece GRRM created
Meenwhile in Westeros we have wolfs and bears
I saw saitama 😂
Wow. Amazing. This is the first motion picture I saw that inspired me to actually go read the books. For some reason, I feel a little scared of what I may find in it.
Like real world, people only care about the part where they lived in and assume that’s the whole world, and yes there were a lot of people who never visited outside of their own country through their life
Keywords in these videos, Weird Shit
So many interesting lands to explore, yet Daenerys still goes to Westeros and gets herself killed
So meanwhile they make beasts and women frick each other and make *half human children**how fun*
Season 8 was the strangest of all places
This video and the comments section has lead me to have a love hate relationship with fiction.
14:40 : why don't we have a series on this ? lol
“Yeen, a city so evil the jungle won’t enter”Proceeds to show of a city overflowing with jungle
So... does nobody in westeros ever sail west? lol
It kind of sucks that a world this big with so many books that could be written and tales yet to be told in print was created by someone who takes 8 years to finish a story about 1/16th part of that world.
I really want a spin-off that explores these places.
Funny how none of this played a role in the final season.
I wish there was a spin-off involving Asshai, whatever is north of the Shivering Sea...anything. My imagination can only excite me for so long. These places are gold mines to build off of.
0:57 oh, you're describing Australia mate.
So you mean wyverns like Drogon and Rhaegar? Or are there two types of wyverns in GoT?
Matti Kauppinen I'm guessing two types since he said one type don't breathe fire.
An RPG game based on the east would be awesome.
The more east you go from the Bone Mountains the more the world starts to look like actual classic fantasy.This is why Asoiaf is good material for Dungeons and Dragons.
so yi ti is west of westeros
“City to the East called Carcosa ruled by a yellow emperor...”Ummm True Detective anyone? The Yellow King?
You gotta give it to George RR Martin. Mans got quite the imagination!