King's Landing is the capital, and largest city, of the Seven Kingdoms. Located on the east coast of Westeros in the Crownlands, just north of where the Blackwater Rush flows into Blackwater Bay and overlooking Blackwater Bay, King's Landing is the site of the Iron Throne and the Red Keep, the seat of the King of the Andals and the First Men (hence the name). It enjoys a warm climate and life.
One of Bran's recurring visions from Season 4 is of a dragon's shadow over King's Landing. All this time we assumed it was Daenerys on Drogon.. where people are actually prepared for his attack.
Game of Thrones was shot at more than 15 locations in town, but it is best if you come to explore for yourself and relive each episode of the series. Dubrovnik knows all the secrets of King’s Landing. This is where even the large fleet of Stannis Baratheon stood powerless There is hardly a better backdrop for the capital of the Seven Kingdoms than the world’s pearl of Dubrovnik. No special.
In the A Song of Ice and Fire Reddit, user qp0n has developed a Game of Thrones prediction that the Night King will not join the Battle of Winterfell, but will instead fly to King’s Landing for a surprise attack on Cersei Lannister that makes much more strategic sense.
With the battle of the season upon us, it’s time to wonder whether the king of the dead — along with his ice dragon — is playing a longer game, one that may not end at Winterfell, and may.
When staying in King's Landing, the young king kept his own dragon, Vermithor, in the stables at the Red Keep itself for several years. The partially constructed Dragonpit was where the marriage rites of the Hand of the King, Lord Rogar Baratheon of Storm's End and the Queen Regent, Alyssa Velaryon were performed by the Hign Septon during the Golden Wedding in 48 AC. Construction on the pit.
And if Bran’s vision of a dragon flying over King’s Landing turns out to be true, the other parts may, too. In that same vision from “The Lion and the Rose,” Bran also sees an image of the Red Keep.
Game of Thrones starts in the year 297 AC, but Daenerys' Targaryen's attack on King's Landing certainly wasn't first the attempt to take over Westeros. In 258 AC, the mysterious Band of Nine was formed by a group of warlords and unsavory types bent on power and profit. Although they were all equals, they effectively had a leader in Maelys Blackfyre I.