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This is a dramatic reading of Ser Eustace Osgrey’s speech about fighting in the failed rebellion to seat Prince Daemon Blackfyre on the Iron Throne. It is taken from THE SWORN SWORD (the second novella in George R. R. Martin’s DUNK AN EGG series).

This is a dramatic reading of Ramsay Bolton’s letter to Jon Snow, which boasts of King Stannis’ defeat, and threatens to attack the Night’s Watch if his demands are not met. It is taken from Jon Snow’s thirteenth chapter in A DANCE WITH DRAGONS (book 5 of George R. R. Martin’s A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE saga).

This is a dramatic reading of Ser Beric Dondarrion’s speech about the numerous deaths and rebirths he has endured, and the fading memories of his former self. It is taken from Arya Stark’s seventh chapter in A Storm of Swords (book 3 of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire saga).

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VASSALS OF KINGSGRAVE: EPISODE 223
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Join the VOK boys for the first (annual? decennial? never again?) Guy’s Night Out.

Hosts Shane (easttexasdirewolf), Augustine (linecom1), Matt (Varley), Michael (Mordion), Zach (Alias), Duncan (Valkyrist), Brett (White Raven), Patrick (Ser Patrick the Tall) and Greg (claudiusthefool) have an in-depth and critical discussion of facial hair, manly drinks, the weather, and very briefly ASOIAF, plus a myriad of other manly topics.

Contains spoilers for beards and A Song of Ice and Fire.

Credits:
Edited by easttexasdirewolf

This is a dramatic reading of Lord Euron Greyjoy’s speech during the Ironborn Kingsmoot, in which he promises to conquer Westeros with dragons, in return for the driftwood crown. It is taken from Aeron’s second chapter in A Feast for Crows (book 4 of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire saga).

This is a dramatic reading of Ser Jorah Mormont’s speech about losing his second wife Lynesse Hightower. It is taken from Daenerys’ first chapter in A Clash of Kings (book 2 of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire saga).

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VASSALS OF KINGSGRAVE: EPISODE 200
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To celebrate their 200th podcast, the curators of VOK don their tokars, pack a crate of honeyed locusts, and take a trip down to the fighting pits of Meereen. Join Duncan (Valkyrist), Michal (inkasrain), Greg (claudiusthefool), Zach (Alias), and Katie (Lady Griffin) for one-night only performance of Daenerys IX from George R. R. Martin’s A Dance with Dragons.

And stick around backstage for a discussion of the chapter, as well as some general Aftershow tomfoolery.

Warning: Contains spoilers for all published books in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire

02:36 – Full Cast(le) Recording #8: One to Dread
36:43 – Daenerys IX (ADWD) Chapter Discussion
1:20:19 – Aftershow
2:08:14 – ???

Credits:
Edited by Valkyrist

Links:
The Meereenese Blot

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Thanks to the loyal listeners of House Manwoody (and the APOIAF crew), the Vassals of Kingsgrave have been nominated for the 10th Annual Podcast Awards. Our humble little community cast has been placed in the “General” category, alongside heavy-hitters like Serial.

“Well that’s great,” I hear you say, “but how could I possibly help you dethrone such a gargantuan competitor. I’m only one person with an internet connection.” Well, humble listener, the fact is, you hold all the power. You can vote. And here’s how…

Step 1: Go to this website: http://www.PodcastAwards.com/
Step 2: Select “Vassals of Kingsgrave” in the General category.
Step 3: Scroll to the bottom, and enter your name and email, followed by “Submit”.
Step 4: Go to your email inbox, and verify your vote.
Step 5: Have a Kit Kat. You’ve earned it! 😉

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Voting closes on March 24, at 2100 EST. However, you can vote each and every one of those 20 days, starting with today.

So be sure to share, retweet, reblog, do whatever it is Tumblr does, and loose your ravens to every corner of the realm.

What say you Vassals! 🙂

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This is a dramatic reading of King Stannis Baratheon’s speech about his brother’s death. It is taken from Davos’ second chapter in A Clash of Kings (book 2 of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire saga).

This is a dramatic reading of mountain chief Hugo Wull’s speech about the harsh reality of Northern winter, and how he hopes to meet his end. It is taken from Asha’s second chapter in A Dance with Dragons (book 5 of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire saga).