I played as Lord Jharl of Stony Shore to just sit back and observe the game for awhile. I'm not the best at notes, so I'm sure there are a few things missing that you may have wanted. But below are the listed key points.
- Who you play, or are you just observing.
I played as House Drapaund of the Stony Shore, but set the game to 5 speed and just fast forwarded through the game.
- What year Roberts Rebellion ended & who won?
The rebellion ended a few days before 8289. Robert Baratheon won the war.
- Who did Arianne Martel Marry? (Mat./Pat.?)
Arianne Martell married to Renly Baratheon, thereby giving Dorne to the Baratheons. I had seen this in the past, and it resulted in the complete extinction of the Martell line. In current game they are fine, but it is definitely something to consider.
- Did you see any Targaryans getting married? (Incestly)
Yes, Aegon, son of Rhaegar married his sister Daena.
- If so how many children did their marriage produce.
They had one child, also named Aegon, after which, the father Aegon became a Maester.
- Did you see any Genius Targaryans?
No, Aegon the son of Aegon was the last Targaryen, and I doubt that he is going to marry now that he is 45 years of age.
- Details on "Megawards" (Claims against the iron thrown that break the realm, u will know it when u see it).
There were a few megawars, and Robert's Rebellions is 'mostly' listed below. Most of the others ended with no real gains or losses.
I started the game with normal summers.
Immediately Eddard Stark instituted Medium Crown Authority.
Baratheon won a bunch of small victories in the beginning, with the battle of faybank providing the first major victory.
On April 23rd, 8283, The Targaryen forces defeated Hoster Tully at the Battle of Mosborough, a large victory that began to tip the scale against the rebels.
However, Baratheon forces were able to occupy the province of Woodmere, proving the might of the rebellion on May 2nd, 8283. Both forces now had an equal war percentage.
On June 17th, 8283, the Tully forces engaged the forces of Highgarden at the city of Pallars in Byrch Hall. The Tully forces were able to claim a victory, but Targaryen forces quickly reached the scene outnumbering the Tully forces 3 to 1. The battle seemed hopeless, until Robert Baratheon himself took the field making it an even battle. Robert was able to secure a stunning victory, routing many of the targaryen forces.
Quickly putting the forces to a route, it seemed as if this may be the turning point of the war.
August 14th, 8283. My wife's pregnant!
Robert continued to secure victory on the field and in seige against the Targaryen's, but his massive army seemed to suffer from supply issues during these seiges.
On July 11th, of 8284, the recently reformed Targaryen army took the field against the split army of the rebellion, crushing the Arryn and Stark forces. During this battle, Eddard Stark, lord of the north was slain in personal combat by Barristan Selmy. This was a crushing blow for northern morale.
On November 1rst, confidence in the rebellion was regained after Robert Baratheon led his forces to victory in the Riverlands against the Martell army.
On November 8th, the heir to Eddard Stark, Lord Harlon of the North raised his levies to put down a rebellion of the northern clans, temporarily taking him out of the rebellion.
After the victory of the first, known as the Battle of Pauzin, the rebel army continued to experience a sleu of minor victories across the land.
On April 8th, the northern lord paramount Lord Harlon sent his Levies south to help relieve the rebel army.
On May 8th, the Robert Baratheon achieved another stunning victory over the Tararyen forces, weakening the crowns morale.
The Targaryen forces were weakening by this point, with much of the crown's forces beginning to suspect the usurper would win the war (war percent at 50 in robert's favor).
On September 28th, the Citadel informed the land that winter was upon us.
On December 25th, Stark forces led by Jeor Mormont attained a minor victory against the targaryen forces. Unfortunately, enemy reinforcements would prove to be the old bear's undoing, as they quickly swarmed the tired and defenseless troops.
A series of minor defeats did not hinder the rebel forces as Robert Baratheon led the coalition forces against the power of Highgarden again, this time at Rayonet. Robert achieved victory on the 3rd of April, 8286.
On December 20th, Balon Greyjoy declared war on the north.
On the 10th of April, Winter came.
With the war teetering on the edge, King Aerys raised all remaining levies and combined his war parties into one last desperate strike. Gathering all forces, he made a foray into the Seige of Duskendale. Unfortunately for him, the battle proved to be a disaster, with more then 60% of his troops falling on the field while Robert only lost a mere 20%. Quickly pressing his advantage, Robert mopped up the remaining forces of the Coalition of the crown.
However, what Robert did not know, was that the armies of the Martell and Tyrell forces had not yet entered that battle. After his victory, an army twice the size of his own was spotted not far from his position. However, in stupidity or pride, the Tyrell army attacked without waiting for the Martell support, and Robert was able to capitalize against this threat. By meeting the armies one at a time, he was able to successfully lead his troops against the enemy forces, routing the both of them. At the battle of Drakecastle.
On December 30th, 8288, the forces of the crown were beaten, by Robert Baratheon, with him being coronated King of the Iron Throne on January 1rst of the new year. The Targaryen family was exiled to Oldtown, where they currently serve Lord Leyton Hightower. Due to the unfortunate passing of Lyanna Stark, on the 30th of July, 8287, Robert Baratheon was left without a wife. Immediately he married a courtier of his, known as Courtney. As he was childless, Lord Stannis was currently as his heir.
On October of 8293, there was a Riverlander (seems like it might need to be reworded) Succession Crisis, with Lord Paramount Harlon of the North declaring his intent to seize the Riverlands.
In November of 8294, Renly Baratheon usurped his elder brothers claim on the Stormlands, thereby becoming Lord Paramount to the Stormlands.
To Preempt the north, Edmure Tully ordered forces to beseige Greywater Watch.
On May 25th, Arianne of Dorne married Lord Paramount Renly of the Stormlands in a regular marriage. All children would be Baratheon.
In June of 8295, Daena Targaryen, third child of Rhaegar Targaryen showed traits of inheriting her grandfathers lunacy, much to the chagrin of Rhaegar.
For 6 years, North forces sat at Silvereed, watching as the Tully forces besieged Greywater Watch, and did nothing about it. Though on December 6th, 8398, Lord Edmure Tully, Lord of the Riverlands died of Syphalis, leaving his title of Lord Paramount to Lady Catelyn, and making Harlon the heir to the Riverlands.
In May of 8303, the Riverland forces, having enough of this stalemate headed north. However, upon seeing reinforcement troops arrive, quickly turned back to the Riverlands. All northern troops quickly arrived at Silvereed, totally an army of nearly 30,000 versus the Riverlands army of only 11,000. The riverlanders decided to stay at Grewater Watch, and watch as the army of the north slowly starved to death. Many wondered what Lord Harlon was thinking, only to quickly realize his brilliant strategy of starving his own troops to death. Others wondered if he was a lunatic, though most knew he was merely a drunk.
On August 20th, the Riverlander Succession Crisis ended in a victory for the Riverlanders.
In 8311, Lord Paramount Harlon of the North decided to reclaim the Barrowlands as his own land. Unfortunately, he was killed in battle, leaving his lands to his brother Benjen. As he was the heir to the Riverlands, the lands will now pass on to Lady Catelyn Stark, now paramount to the riverlands, to her second sister, Dynella Tully, wife of Euron Greyjoy.
At some point before this, Rhaegar's son Aegon married his sister Daena Targaryen and had a son, Aegon Targaryen, who was born weak. Sex must have been terrible as immediately after this, Aegon, the father not the child, went off to become a Maester.
In 8319, the lord of Stonedance rose against the current King, Robert 'The Great' Baratheon, but was soundly defeated.
In 8322, the Mountain Lords rose against the veil with an army of 22,000. After many disasterous attempts at fighting the army, plus many starving troops, the rebellion was put down at great cost.
In 8342, both the title for the North and the Riverlands had been usurped, leaving with the heir of Euron to only inherit the Iron Islands when Euron passed on.
In August of 8344, war was declared on the Reach by the Westerlands. The Iron Islands, Riverlands, and the North, all declared for the Reach. However, it was quickly becoming a Reach victory (56%) as it was taking quite some time for the allies to reach them.
With some disasterous initial conflicts, the war was turning in the alliances favor in 8348.
The alliance fittered about until 8350, when finally, a white peace was offered.
In November of 8350, the Vale took over 90% of the Riverlands in one fell swoop due to a usurption of a claim.
-When injuring a child during training, the choice you can select says Poks. I'm not too certain what that means, but it does not appear to be meant to say that.
-When hovering over the tree icon for the map, it lists the Westeros map as Europe.
I'm sure I'll find more as I continue to play.