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Is there a D&D or Pathfinder module or campaign I can buy that is set in Westoros or has the game of thrones setting?

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If you can find a copy, Dragon Magazine #307 contained a big section on Westeros as a campaign world. The article included basic information about the geography, religions and history and contained stats for a few of the major characters.


I don't believe there is one. Game of Thrones would be very difficult to role play. You'd really need a unique set of mechanics. Different forms of influence and power. I don't think it works as a traditional d20.

It's have to be more similar to a collaborative version of something like Telltale Games. Could be very difficult to GM.

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There where actually 2 back around 2010 I believe. I believe one was d20 based and the other was a unique system after the original had lost the license or something like that.

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I never played it, but I remember looking through the books, and it was huge. Like 500 pages. I had heard it was good, but I never got a chance to play, so I couldn't say for certain.


GURPS might be a good choice for this as well.


A Song of Ice and Fire Rpg is not D&D or Pathfinder but it's a very interesting system.

It has a few Modules which can be used to get familiar with the system before delving into a Homebrew Chronicle.

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DM Beckett wrote:

There where actually 2 back around 2010 I believe. I believe one was d20 based and the other was a unique system after the original had lost the license or something like that.

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I never played it, but I remember looking through the books, and it was huge. Like 500 pages. I had heard it was good, but I never got a chance to play, so I couldn't say for certain.

I did. The rules were adapted, but it was a nice change.

Shame that line went under.

Scarab Sages

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A Song of Ice and Fire Rpg is not D&D or Pathfinder but it's a very interesting system.

It has a few Modules which can be used to get familiar with the system before delving into a Homebrew Chronicle.

Second this. It has an absolutely fantastic social combat system, that feels like tactical back and forth between characters that is like nothing I've ever seen.

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I did. The rules were adapted, but it was a nice change.

Shame that line went under.

If I remember correctly, it was adapted, but it was things that where intended to make the game fit more with the setting, or to ramp up the level of grittiness and lethality of combat.

One thing was that you didn't automatically add your Str to your Attack rolls, but everyone had to take a Feat that allowed them to use any Ability they wanted as part of their Attack Bonus, (one for Str, one for Wis, etc. . .).

I want to say that all combats (between humans) where automatically for Non-lethal, and opting to do lethal damage was what made you take a penalty, but basically any combat had a realistic chance that the combatants would either die or be permanently scarred or lose an arm or something.


I've wanted to convert 2E Birthright to Westeros for sometime....

Scarab Sages

I ran the ASOIAF module Wedding Knight as a 1st level adventure to introduce my party to politics in Kingmaker. I reviewed several of their adventures before selecting that one, and they are all excellent for political, diplomacy and investigative sort of adventures.


As mentioned above, Dragon 307 has the Westeros campaign setting and features 3.5 versions of several of the main characters (at the time of book three).


I have both the Guardians of Order version and the Green Ronin game. I've never played the GoO game, but it looks okay. It adds a lot of subsystems to the game, which I'm not a huge fan of doing with d20, cause d20 is already bloated enough with rules IMO.

The Green Ronin game is good. I've run multiple campaigns with it and considered myself something of an expert on the system many years ago, but it's fallen by the wayside for me. I can still break down the system for a new GM, so they know what to be prepared for if you want.

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