New Blog Recommendation: Hidden History of Westeros

As some of you may well know, our very own Anas Abu Salah has started up their own blog, Hidden History of Westeros, in which they endeavor to make up for the shortcomings of the World of Ice and Fire by coming up with really interesting headcanons that fill in the gaps in the historical record and give some of the existing but not exciting material another layer of polish to make them sparkle.

I cannot recommend this site highly enough. Already they have posts up on the Stormlands and Westerlands, and they make those chapters so much more colorful and thematic, and even better, really give the reader a sense of a pre-Targaryen Westeros that had real inter-kingdom interactions on all kinds of leveels.

So subscribe to them already!

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One thought on “New Blog Recommendation: Hidden History of Westeros

  1. Hedrigal says:

    Yeah. I’m trying to help out with the Riverlands in my spare time now and it’s just such a good idea. The gaps in the Riverlands are probably worst because Elio claims it had a lot of political changes in that time.

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