Episode 183: Kingsgrave Bullpen

Episode 183 for the week of September 6, 2015. Joined by a trio from the Vassals of Kingsgrave, we cover chapters 19 (Samwell I) and 20 (TyrionIII ) of A Storm of Swords.

Notes: Apologies for the delay in releasing this episode.  Tickets are on sale for Ice and Fire Con 2016, confirmed attendees are posting in our forum topics.

Chapter 19 – Sam I (artist: Dickon Manwoody)
A Storm of Swords Drawing Project, Podcast of Ice and Fire

Chapter 20 – Tyrion III (artist: jesicka309)
A Storm of Swords Drawing Project, Podcast of Ice and Fire

3 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. FTWard

    re:Greyjoy fleet-

    I think that it only takes a few months to build a longship and that each captain owns his/her(rarely) own ship. And is incentivized to have a ship for his/her own use (trade/raids etc.)

    The Iron Fleet (the royal fleet of the Seastone Chair) should have been restricted by treaty by the Crown after the rebellion but unsurprisingly does not appear to have been. Those ships are just bigger longships. We are told that Balon originally constructed the fleet in five years so without restriction he could have easily rebuilt what was destroyed in 9ish years.

  2. Varley

    Hey guys,
    I had a blast on this. Sorry I couldn’t contribute more maybe next time!

  3. Drownedsnow


    It also wouldn’t have been too hard to hide those ships simple by having them all around the Iron Islands. They don’t get many visitors and no one from outside the Iron Islands is going to be poking around taking a count of ships. It’s basically just traders and as long as your trade harbors don’t look stocked for war you can keep it on the down low. Robert should have limited their numbers and had regular checks to make sure they stayed in line. Maybe a ship limit would have been looked at as leading to more conflict since the Ironborn wouldn’t accept it?

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