A modern take on the interiors of a home on the plains of the Jogos Nhai
Zorses on the plains of the Jogos Nhai
The Jogos Nhai are speculated to be the breeders of Zorses. A zorse is a striped black-and-white equine described as fierce, and presumably hard to break (x).
Plains of the Jogos Nhai
The plains of the Jogos Nhai are situated in Essos, past the Bone Mountains to the right of the Great Sand Sea and above Yi Ti and the Shrinking Sea. Little is known of the plains, beyond the fact that they are vast and may be flat or gently rolling. The Jogos Nhai people likely dwell there, and it is speculated that they breed Zorses. A zorse is a striped black-and-white equine described as fierce, and presumably hard to break (x).
Archway along the Boneway
The Boneway is a major pass that runs through the Red Mountains, connecting Dorne and the Stormlands. The name may be a colloquial name, with the ‘Stone Way’ being its official name. Its Dornish side is guarded from the castle Yronwood, the seat of House Yronwood, which holds the title of Warden of Stone Way (x)
Winterfell is the ancestral castle and seat of power of House Stark and is considered to be the capital of the North. It is located in the center of the northern province of the Seven Kingdoms, on the Kingsroad that runs from King’s Landing to the Wall.
It was supposedly built by Brandon the Builder over eight thousand years ago, with the help of giants. For most of recorded history Winterfell was the seat of House Stark, the Kings in the North and later as Wardens of The North, after King Torrhen Stark bent the knee to Aegon the Conqueror and his dragons.
Winterfell is a huge castle complex spanning several acres, consisting of two massive walls and a village located just outside called Winter Town. Winterfell itself has been built around an ancient godswood and over natural hot springs. The water is piped through walls and chambers to heat them, making Winterfell more comfortable than other castles during the harsh northern winter. Inside the walls, the complex is composed of dozens of courtyards and small open spaces. Weapons training and practice take place in those yards. The inner ward is a second, much older open space in the castle where archery practice takes place. It is located next to the broken tower. Inside Winterfell stands the Inner Castle, which contains the Great Keep and the Great Hall (x).