What if Westeros had a sports league? Well, because each house has a pretty cool sigil and animal or object associated with it, there’s a great potential for awesome names and even better team logos to be explored.
The Arryns of the Eyrie
House Arryn rules the Vale, with the Eyrie as its seat.
The Baratheons of Storm’s End
The Baratheons rule the Stormlands from the castle of Storm’s end, which, at the current moment, is no longer in their hands.
The Greyjoys of Pyke
The Greyjoys, currently led by Euron, rule the Iron Islands (and a bit more these days) from the island and castle of Pyke.
The Lannisters of Casterly Rock
The Lannisters are the wardens of the West, ruling the hilly and filled-with-gold Westerlands. They’re one half of the combo that presides over the 7 kingdoms, while the family home is at Casterly Rock.
The Martells of Sunspears
The Martells are the rulers of Dorne, the naughty brother of the 7 kingdoms, with Prince Doran as the head of the family and the kingdom, ruling from Sunspear.
The Starks of Winterfell
There must always be a Stark in Winterfell, but there are hardly any Starks left, and there’s not much of Winterfell left as well.
The Targaryens of Dragonstone
Dragonstone was conquered by Stannis Baratheon during Robert’s Rebellion, but in the most recent turn of events, has been conquered by the Tyrells of Highgarden. Targaryens? There’s one definite survivor to the family, and potentially a second one back in Westeros.
The Tullys of Riverrun
The Tullys, like all those who rose against the Lannisters in the War of the Five Kings, have lost all of their power and their ancestral home of Riverrun.
The Tyrells of Highgarden
Jumpstart stewards is what someone calls the Tyrells during the story. The queen-to-be of the 7 kingdoms is a Tyrell.
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