ASOIAF: Armies of Westeros (Book Spoilers)

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  • Published on:  Sunday, August 27, 2017
  • A brief history of the Armies and Military History of Westeros, examining their hierarchy and the power of individual realms. Based on the series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin.

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  • CivilizationEx
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  • D!CE
    D!CE  3 days ago

    Seven Kingdom vs Nine Free Cities? My money is on the free cities.

  • a green parrot
    a green parrot  1 months ago

    I would estimate that in the fjnal season dany had 100k tyrells 20 to 30 k dornishmen. 8000 unsullied some 70000 dithraki as well as greyjoy ships tbe masters ships and the redwyne fleet. So how did danys conquest go so shite

  • terry waller
    terry waller  2 months ago

    With those numbers a United Westeros could field over 250,000 men. The Unsullied and Dothroki would have not been able to overcome that especially after it was found large Scorpians could defeat a dragon.

  • Matthew Hanneken
    Matthew Hanneken  2 months ago

    You need to work on your volume. I had to turn my volume all the way up just to hear you

  • Odyss K
    Odyss K  5 months ago

    This actually helped me in Crusader Kings 2 GoT mod

  • Pete Castiglioni
    Pete Castiglioni  5 months ago +3

    All hail Stannis. The one true king!

  • clonetf141
    clonetf141  7 months ago

    Some say ned or robb caused the down fall of the starks, others blame the freys and boltons. Hell you might even put the blame on neds older brother who was trained to lead being killed by the mad king. But it truely was little finger who started the downfall of the north. He started everything because he convinced the starks that the lannisters wanted to kill brann, if it wasnt for littlefinger there would have been a good chance that robbs army could have doubled or even trippled in number due to the vale joining the war for the tullys and starks. Lets say that with the knights of the vale hed have about 45000 men in his army down in the riverlands, and lets say robb still executes karstark and doesnt marry the frey girl hed have something in the 35000 range of man most of whom would be expert cavalry. With his new army robb could probably have done a type of blitzkrieg and maybe have recaptured jamie and maybe even have dealt with tywin. All of this meant that there would have been no red wedding since he wouldnt need the freys. Robb could have won like that, he could have gone north and deal with the iron born and wildlings and protect his new realm (maybe the ruverlands and vale included) hed be in a strong enough position that the freys, boltons, lannisters and even baratheons couldnt touch him.

    Tl;dr: blame little finger for robbs death

  • Elvin 12
    Elvin 12  7 months ago +1

    If you were Wondering, according to this video could before the start of the War of the Five Kings in the books Westeros gather up to 456 000 men. But I guess Bronn and 20 good men are enough.

  • l l
    l l  7 months ago +4

    I think the largest empires would have been on Essos.

  • Flint Patterson
    Flint Patterson  7 months ago

    Why do you insist in speaking in that stupid, pretentious tone?

  • Weljash
    Weljash  7 months ago +2

    6:15 The Westerlands look like a witch with a big nose lol

  • Sergio Chavez
    Sergio Chavez  7 months ago +16

    8:34 did you mean “but was defeated by Tyrion Lannister at the battle of Blackwater....”

  • Jacki
    Jacki  7 months ago

    Lovely vid

  • Rainbow 66
    Rainbow 66  8 months ago +1

    Is this the fucking books didn’t stains have 100 thousand

  • yoshi lorak
    yoshi lorak  8 months ago +2

    I believe the North has the strongest army. When they march south in the aftermath of the Dance of the Dragons, all the other kingdoms refused to take up arms against them fearing the ferocity of the northern warriors. Then the Starks took control of King's Landing in what became known as the hour of the wolf when no one else would challenge them.

  • well done
    well done  8 months ago

    Imagine all the great houses of westeros was calles upon by aegon fckin targaryen to wage war in essos which is transported by the iron fleet damn but he didnt he went batshit crazy and ruined it all fckin retard

  • jordan licup
    jordan licup  8 months ago +5

    TYRELL, TYRELL, TYRELL!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • John Smith
    John Smith  8 months ago

    Where were the Tully's 45,000 men during the war? I know their forces joined Robbs but it seems like they were greatly depleted by then. They're forces are never said to be significant in the books, maybe they stay to garrison their castles against The Mountains raids.

  • Snaggle Toothed
    Snaggle Toothed  8 months ago

    How do they judge time (days, seasons) if the length of sunshine doesn't show the time of year they're at?