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The '''Ocean Road''' is a stretch of road that begins near [[Old Oak]] and travels along the coast until it moves inland as it makes its way to [[Highgarden]].<ref>[[A Feast for Crows]], [[A Feast for Crows-Map of the South|Map of the South]]</ref>
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The '''Ocean Road''',{{Ref|AWOIAF|Ocean Road}}<ref>''[[A Dance with Dragons]]'', [[Map of the South (A Dance with Dragons)|Map of the South]]</ref> '''ocean road''',{{ref|FAB|The Long Reign - Jahaerys and Alysanne - Policy, Progeny, and Pain}} or '''Searoad''',<ref>''[[A Game of Thrones]]'', [[A Game of Thrones-Map of the South|Map of the South]]</ref> is a road in southern [[Westeros]] that connects the [[westerlands]] and the [[Reach]]. Most of its course is along the coast of the [[Sunset Sea]].{{ref|TLOIAF|Westeros}}
  
==References and Notes==
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==Route==
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[[File:Ocean Road.jpg|left|thumb|250px|The Ocean Road by Yoann Boissonnet © Fantasy Flight Games]]
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The Ocean Road begins at [[Lannisport]] and runs south along the western coast of [[Westeros]] overlooking the [[Sunset Sea]]. It passes through the forest around [[Crakehall]] and then to [[Old Oak]]. It continues southeast along the coast, opposite the [[Shield Islands]]. It then moves inland to [[Highgarden]] on the [[Mander]].{{ref|TLOIAF|Westeros}}
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==History==
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During [[Aegon's Conquest]], [[Mern IX Gardener]], [[King of the Reach]], took the ocean road to [[Casterly Rock]] to meet with [[Loren I Lannister]], [[King of the Rock]].{{ref|FAB|Aegon's Conquest}}
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The coastal road was remade during the reign of King [[Jaehaerys I Targaryen]], who was aided by his [[master of coin]], Lord [[Martyn Tyrell]].{{ref|FAB|The Long Reign - Jahaerys and Alysanne - Policy, Progeny, and Pain}}
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==References==
 
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{{region Reach}}
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{{region Westerlands}}
  
 
[[Category:Places in the Reach]]
 
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[[es:Camino del Océano]]
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[[fr:Route de l'Océan]]
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[[ru:Океанская дорога]]
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[[zh:滨海大道]]

Latest revision as of 16:32, 18 June 2019

The Reach and the location of the Ocean Road
The Reach and the location of the Ocean Road
Ocean Road
The Reach and the location of the Ocean Road

The Ocean Road,[1][2] ocean road,[3] or Searoad,[4] is a road in southern Westeros that connects the westerlands and the Reach. Most of its course is along the coast of the Sunset Sea.[5]

Route

The Ocean Road by Yoann Boissonnet © Fantasy Flight Games

The Ocean Road begins at Lannisport and runs south along the western coast of Westeros overlooking the Sunset Sea. It passes through the forest around Crakehall and then to Old Oak. It continues southeast along the coast, opposite the Shield Islands. It then moves inland to Highgarden on the Mander.[5]

History

During Aegon's Conquest, Mern IX Gardener, King of the Reach, took the ocean road to Casterly Rock to meet with Loren I Lannister, King of the Rock.[6]

The coastal road was remade during the reign of King Jaehaerys I Targaryen, who was aided by his master of coin, Lord Martyn Tyrell.[3]

References

  1. George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire, Ocean Road.
  2. A Dance with Dragons, Map of the South
  3. 3.0 3.1 Fire & Blood, The Long Reign - Jahaerys and Alysanne - Policy, Progeny, and Pain.
  4. A Game of Thrones, Map of the South
  5. 5.0 5.1 The Lands of Ice and Fire, Westeros.
  6. Fire & Blood, Aegon's Conquest.