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Founder: The Seven Kingdoms of Stannis Baratheon

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"All men know me for the trueborn son of Steffon Baratheon, Lord of Storm's End, by his lady wife Cassana of House Estermont. I declare upon the honor of my House that my brother Robert, our late king, left no trueborn issue of his body, the boy Joffrey, the boy Tommen, and the girl Myrcella being abominations born of incest between Cersei Lannister and her brother Ser Jaime the Kingslayer. By right of birth and blood, I do this day lay claim to the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Let all true men declare their loyalty. Done in the Light of the Lord, under the sign and seal of Stannis of House Baratheon, the First of His Name, King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men, and Lord of the Seven Kingdoms."

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Westeros contains 7 nations, the 2,384th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Average Tax Rates in Westeros

Although some nations have a flat tax rate for all citizens while others tax the rich more heavily than the poor, the World Census used averages to rank the world's most taxing governments.

As a region, Westeros is ranked 10,900th in the world for Highest Average Tax Rates.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Kingdom on the Trident of Tully of RiverrunFather Knows Best State“Family, Duty, Honor”
2.The Seven Kingdoms of House Targaryen of DragonstoneCorrupt Dictatorship“Fire and Blood”
3.The Principality of Dorne of Nymeros MartellMother Knows Best State“Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”
4.The Seven Kingdoms of Stannis BaratheonFather Knows Best State“They will bend the knee or I will destroy them”
5.The Magocratic Republic of QohorInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Power through Sacrifice”
6.The Kingdom in the North of Stark of WinterfellCompulsory Consumerist State“Winter is Coming”
7.The Free City of GogossosCapitalist Paradise“Blood and Profit”

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Rystas raqirosi! Mirri kostobi darys Valare ydrassat?

Arlii Zaldreya riy Embar wrote:Rystas raqirosi! Mirri kostobi darys Valare ydrassat?

Skoriot gōntan ao gūrēņagon aōha Valyrīha?

Qohor wrote:Skoriot gōntan ao gūrēņagon aōha Valyrīha?

Dothraki.org. I'm still learning; the language has a very complex grammar system, which is really why I'm learning it. And not to be a dick or anything, but that's how I can tell that you just plugged a sentence into that lingojam.com translator. I use it too... for vocabulary. So firstly, ao should not be there and neither should aoha; it's implied by the verb, and the language doesn't belong to me. Additionally, everything here is in its noun verb or, for the verbs, its infinitive form. On the topic of verbs, High Valyrian doesn't use linking verbs (hence gontan should not be present either) and the verb goes at the end of the sentence. Furthermore, the verb is not conjugated. High Valyrian has a conjugation system much like that of Russian or Latin; there is first person singular, second person singular, third person singular, first person plural, second person plural, and third person plural. So here, gureņagon would be conjugated to gureņa (with a long a--I don't write using the phonetic vowels because languages rarely actually use them in everyday writing. I didn't use the proper word for Valyrian though; I did forget the ih before the a. So the question "Where did you learn your Valyrian?" would be said in High Valyrian as "Skoriot Valarihe gureņa?"

Sorry, I'm not trying to be a dick or a showoff. I just love grammar and linguistics so I enjoy explaining it and sharing it with others.

Arlii Zaldreya riy Embar wrote:So the question "Where did you learn your Valyrian?" would be said in High Valyrian as "Skoriot Valarihe gureņa?"

Valyrīha isse tolvie dāez oktion iksis iā nādrēsy ēngos.

Edit: So you must be from Valyria herself.

Qohor wrote:Valyrīha isse tolvie dāez oktion iksis iā nādrēsy ēngos.

Edit: So you must be from Valyria herself.

My nation is a self-liberated colony of Old Valyria itself. When Valyria fell, we continued on with our way of life.

(Additionally, I will apologise, my final translation of your initial sentence is actually wrong. It's conjugated in present tense; I forgot to conjugate it using the past tense stem.)

Arlii Zaldreya riy Embar wrote:My nation is a self-liberated colony of Old Valyria itself. When Valyria fell, we continued on with our way of life.

(Additionally, I will apologise, my final translation of your initial sentence is actually wrong. It's conjugated in present tense; I forgot to conjugate it using the past tense stem.)

Cool. I'm not great with languages so I just try and when I get something wrong chalk it up as language drift.

"These pardoned lords would do well to reflect on that. Good men and true will fight for Joffrey, wrongly believing him the true king. A northman might even say the same of Robb Stark. But these lords who flocked to my brother's banners knew him for a usurper. They turned their backs on their rightful king for no better reason than dreams of power and glory, and I have marked them for what they are. Pardoned them, yes. Forgiven. But not forgotten."

sayonara westeros!

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