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The Wars of The Dawn Age

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1 The Wars of The Dawn Age on Tue Jul 14, 2015 12:29 am

Aamen Targaryan

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Driven by their outrage at the First Men’s destruction of their homeland, the children of the forest abandoned the peace and took up arms, harrying their enemies with flying snares and arrows fired from weirwood bows. The greenseers’ mystics and sorcerers used dark magic to raise the seas and sweep away the land, shattering the Arm of Dorne and, thus,creating the Stepstones of the modern era. Although the destruction was widespread, it was too late, for the First Men had come to stay. It’s believed the wars raged for nearly two thousand years, and though the children fought fiercely, they could not stand against the larger, stronger men, who wielded bronze against the obsidian blades and arrowheads used by the children.

When the earth was sodden with the blood of the slain and the dead surely outnumbered the living, the chieftains and heroes of the First Men joined the greenseers and wood dancers of the children on a wooded island in the center of the Gods Eye, a great lake in the center of Westeros. There, it was decided the First Men would receive the coastal lands, the meadows, the bogs, and the mountains, while the children would be free to live in their forests unmolested for all time. The First Men pledged to never again cut down the weirwoods and to leave the children of the forest in peace. To ensure the gods would look upon the truce, the children carved faces in every weirwood tree. The Sacred Order of Green Men was formed to keep watch over the Isle of Faces and ensure the Pact remained for all time.

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