«Мир Льда и Пламени» (старая тема для перевода)

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ЛедиЛёд

Знаменосец
Камрады, поскольку в сети появился черновик МИРа, и многие переводят его отрывки, напоминаю - свои переводы кусочков этого черновика вы можете выкладывать в этой теме, но!!!
Но когда появятся качественные исходники книги, будет организован перевод ВСЕГО текста - включая все отрывки, ранее переводившиеся разными людьми. Причина - черновик текста попросту переполнен ошибками и опечатками, фразы часто обрываются, часть фактов явно не соответствует известной нам истории и т.п.

Уже сейчас ясно, что в изданном томе МИРа встречаются фактические ошибки. К примеру, Мейгор назван двоюродным дедом Джейхейриса и т.п. Если вы обнаружите такую фактическую ошибку, необходимо будет сделать примечание к тексту (как мы это делали при переводе ПИК).

Поправка от 29.10.14:
Качественные исходники получены, работа над переводом ведется в новой теме.

В разных постах этой темы можно найти переводы, которые делались с черновика. Это следующие отрывки:
Короли Зимы
Долина Арренов (три части в трех постах подряд)
И-Ти
Оглавление
Год Ложной Весны - и еще один перевод этого же отрывка
Асшай
Перешеек
Дом Баратеонов
Эйрис Второй
Возвышение Валирии
Восстание Баратеона
Конец
Эйгон Пятый
Джейхейрис Второй
Мейкар Первый
Век Героев
Эйгон Четвертый, первая часть
Эйрис Первый
Долгая Ночь
Дейрон Второй
Гарт Зеленая Рука
Визерис Второй
Студеное море
Бейлор Первый
Дейрон Первый
Эйгон Первый
Эйгон Третий
Квохор
Эйгон Второй
Горные Кланы
Джейхейрис Первый
Плюс к этому списку во втором посте темы сведены в один файл переводы фрагментов МИРа, известные нам до октября 2014 (но эти переводы выполнены по весьма и весьма старым исходникам).
 
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ЛедиЛёд

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Вложение в этот пост - файл с документом, содержащим все известные на 22 октября 2014 года фрагменты книги "Мир Льда и Пламени". Документ содержит как оригинальный текст, так и перевод. Текст переводов слегка отредактирован: орфография, пунктуация - но лишь там, где в глаза бросилось. Стилистика - поправки только там, где встречались выражения типа "будучи в командировке в Новокузнецке, ему на ноги упала стальная болванка". Серьезную редактуру, на мой взгляд, здесь не было никакого смысла делать - поскольку у нас фрагменты всего лишь с макетов будущей книги, и в печатном варианте многое будет перемещено или еще как-то изменено.


В настоящее время - на 22 октября 2014 года документ включает в себя следующие фрагменты Путеводителя:

1. Текст с обложки (переведено ЛедиЛёд);
2. Оглавление (переведено Daenys);
3. Предисловие от мейстера Янделя (переведено amira);
4. Фрагмент главы «Эпоха Рассвета», стр.1-2 нового макета, скомпоновано с текстами старого макета (переведено Delia);
5. Фрагмент главы «Приход Первых Людей», стр. 4-5 нового макета (переведено Shtee);
6. Фрагмент главы «Появление андалов», стр. 16-17 нового макета (переведено Drezden);
7. Первая часть главы «Десять тысяч кораблей» - текст был выложен на сайте westeros.org 14.05.2014 (переведено el_bandito);
8. Первая часть главы «Завоевание» - текст был выложен на сайте georgerrmartin.com 17.04.2014 (переведено Xanvier Xanbie);
9. Пересказ второй части главы «Завоевание», главы «Эйгон I» и главы «Эйнис I» - фрагмент был зачитан на Бубониконе в августе 2013 года. Оригинал не приводится, поскольку текст является компиляцией нескольких пересказов и нескольких переводов.
10. Фрагмент о восстаниях при Мейгоре – неизвестная страница со старого макета (переведено el_bandito) ;
11. Фрагмент главы «Мейгор I», стр. 52-53 нового макета (переведено Daenys);
12. Фрагмент главы «Эйгон II», стр.72-73 нового макета (переведено Cat.);
13. Фрагмент главы «Короли Зимы», стр.137 нового макета. Оригинал был выложен на сайте westeros.org в октябре 2014г., в документе только перевод, поскольку оригинал не удалось перевести в формат doc (переведено Daenys);
14. Фрагмент главы «Стена и Застенье», новый макет, номера страниц не указаны, (переведено George);
15. Первый фрагмент главы «Долина Арренов», страница не указана, текст был выложен в приложении Арр в октябре 2014г. (переведено Drezden);
16. Второй фрагмент главы «Долина Арренов», стр.169 нового макета (переведено Daena);
17. Фрагмент главы «Железные Острова», стр.186-187 нового макета (переведено el_bandito);
18. Фрагмент из начала главы «Западные Земли», стр.193 нового макета (переведено Drezden);
19. Пересказ главы «Западные Земли» - глава была зачитана на КонКаролин в конце мая 2014 года. Оригинал не приводится, поскольку текст является переработанным пересказом, кроме того, к нему добавлено несколько фактов из постов Гарсии. Переведено ЛедиЛёд, George, Daena, Robusta, Xanvier Xanbie.
20. Фрагмент главы «Дорн», часть «Дорн против Драконов», стр.242-243 нового макета (переведено el_bandito);
21. Фрагмент главы «Вольные Города», часть «Браавос», новый макет, номера страниц не указаны (переведено Drezden);

Генеалогия Старков (черновой вариант) – не введена в документ, оригинал можно посмотреть здесь (самый нижний скан).
 

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Daenys

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ЛедиЛёд

Знаменосец
Камрады, кто в курсе, подскажите!
У нас какие-то куски с выложенных страниц уже переводили, или нужно садиться и разбираться? Шрифт очень мелкий, я без лупы точно не разгляжу...
Щас сижу и пускаю слюнки на генеалогию Старков... Чудо же! Арьюшка-то оказывается, названа в честь своей прабабушки из горных Флинтов...
А еще нам немножко наврали... Совсем не за 300 лет генеалогия, ибо начинается не с Торрхена Старка, а всего лишь с деда Крегана...:shifty:
Если перевод всего этого есть...хм...надо бы его куда-то одним куском. Или как тут лучше поступить?
 

Daenys

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Венгерский сайт выложил еще несколько сканов из Путеводителя - про приход Первых Людей, андалов и ройнаров в Вестерос, Мейгора, Танец Драконов, Арренов, Красного Кракена (Далтона Грейджоя), Западные Земли и дорнийское сопротивление Таргариенам (включая гибель Рейнис и Мераксес).

https://www.szukits.hu/attachment.php?id_attachment=246
 

Xanvier Xanbie

Мейстер
Грейджои и Красный Кракен:
- Преемник Викона Грейджоя Горен был цепным псом Таргариенов и всю жизнь боролся с национальными заговорами: подавил заговор Волмарков с целью восстановить династию Хоаров, а когда Эйгон Таргариен умер от инфаркта и на Островах некий Лодос объявил себя жрецом-королем, Горен отправил в Королевскую Гавань замаринованную голову этого Лодоса. Впрочем, Горен выпросил у Эйниса разрешения выпереть с островов всех септонов.
- Дальтон Грейджой якобы начал грести в пять лет, а грабить в десять: в Вестеросе железнорожденные вели себя мирно, но плавали на восток аж до островов Василиска и старого Гиса и грабили там. Став лордом в 15 лет, Дальтон начал готовить нацию к войне: строить корабли и ковать оружие. Этот вундеркинд заранее приготовился к Танцу драконов и, имея уже флот, оказался в выгодном положении: Эйгон II и Рейнира прислали к нему послов, прося помощи и обещая милостей. Эйгону было нужно, чтобы Дальтон привел свои корабли в Узкое море и уничтожил флот Корлиса Велариона; Рейнира, со своей стороны, предлагала воевать намного ближе к островам - бить Ланнистеров, что Дальтон и выбрал, особенно учитывая, что армия Ланнистеров воевала в Речных землях. Островитяне прошлись по Западным землям огнем и мечом.

Западные земли:
- в этих краях полно подземных жилищ, в частности, у Рейнов был целый подземный замок.
- история основания дома Кастерли и замка Утес Кастерли такова: бедный охотник Корлос сын Кастера пошел по следам льва, задравшего овец в его деревне, и нашел пещеру. Он убил льва и львицу, а львят пощадил. Это порадовало Старых Богов, и они послали в пещеру луч света, в котором Корлос увидел блеск золота.
- по одной из версий, Ланн Умный выжил Кастерли из Утеса, сыграв роль призрака: он пролез в замок голым через какую-то дыру, завывал в темноте, перекладывал вещи с места на место, шептал угрозы спящим на ухо и ни разу не был пойман, так что суеверные Кастерли свалили из "проклятого" замка куда подальше. По другой, Ланн напустил через эту самую дыру мышей и крыс, которые и выжили Кастерли.

Завоевание Дорна:
- описана битва на Костяном Пути, когда дорнийцы заперли таргариенскую армию в ущелье с двух концов и закидали камнями и копьями сверху; уцелевших, включая Ориса Баратеона, держали в плену несколько лет, пока не выменяли на золото, а перед освобождением отрубили каждому правую руку, так что Орис был в дальнейшем известен как Однорукий;
- в целом дорнийцы прятались и убегали, покидая свои замки, поэтому Эйгон и Рейнис насадили своих наместников - в частности, лорд Росби был посажен кастеляном в Солнечное Копье, а лорд Харлан Тирелл с армией оставлен гонять партизан - и вернулись в Королевскую Гавань победителями. Дорн моментально восстал, таргариенские гарнизоны вырезали, Росби дефенестрировали, то есть выкинули в окно замка, Тирелл со своей армией сгинул в пустыне.
- пока Орис Баратеон сидел в плену, новой войны не начиналось, но как только его выпустили, Эйгон предпринял карательную экспедицию, сжигая с помощью драконов дорнийские замки. Дорнийцы тоже делали походы на север - в частности, разграбили дюжину городов и деревень на мысе Гнев, взяли и сожгли Ночную Песнь и даже подступали к самому Староместу.
- Рейнис и Мераксес погибли в Адовом Холме, когда дракону попали в глаз стрелой из скорпиона. Тело Рейнис так никогда и не вернули в Королевскую Гавань.
 

Daenys

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Стр. 4-5

ACCORDING TO THE most-well-regarded accounts
from the Citadel, anywhere from eight thousand to twelve
thousand years ago, in the southernmost reaches of Westeros,
a new people crossed the strip of land that bridged
the narrow sea and connected the eastern lands with the
land in which the children and giants lived. It was here that
the First Men came into Dorne via the Broken Arm, which
was not yet broken. Why these people left their homelands
is lost to all knowing, but when they came, they came in
force. Thousands entered and began to settle the lands,
and as the decades passed, they pushed farther and farther
north. Such tales as we have of those migratory days are
not to be trusted, for they suggest that, within a few short
years, the First Men had moved beyond the Neck and into
the North. Yet, in truth, it would have taken decades, even
centuries, for this to occur.
What does seem to be accurate from all the tales,
however, is that the First Men soon came to war with the
children of the forest. Unlike the children, the First Men
farmed the land and raised up ringforts and villages. And
in so doing, they took to chopping down the weirwood
trees, including those with carved faces, and for this the
children attacked them, leading to hundreds of years of
war. The First Men—who had brought with them strange
gods, horses, cattle, and weapons of bronze—were also
larger and stronger than the children, and so they were a
significant threat.
The hunters among the children—their wood dancers—
became their warriors as well, but for all their secret
arts of tree and leaf, they could only slow the First Men in
their advance. The greenseers employed their arts, and tales
say that they could call the beasts of marsh, forest, and air to
fight on their behalf: direwolves and monstrous snowbears,
cave lions and eagles, mammoths and serpents, and more.
But the First Men proved too powerful, and the children
are said to have been driven to a desperate act.
Legend has it that the great flood that broke the land
bridge that is now the Broken Arm was the work of the
greenseers, who gathered at the place that is now Moat
Cailin—though there are those who contest this. After all,
the First Men were already in Westeros when this occurred,
and stemming the tide from the east would do little more
than slow their progress. Moreover, such power is beyond
even what the greenseers are traditionally said to have been
capable of . . . and even those accounts appear exaggerated. It
is likelier that the breaking of the Arm was a natural event,
possibly caused by a great tremor in the earth or a natural
sinking of the land. What became of Valyria is well-known,
and in the Iron Islands, the castle of Pyke sits on stacks of
stone that were once part of the greater island before parts
of it crumbled into the sea.
Regardless, the children of the forest fought as fiercely
as the First Men to defend their lives. Inexorably, the war
ground on across generations, until at last the children
understood that they could not win. The First Men, perhaps
tired of war, also wished to see an end to the fighting.
The wisest of both races prevailed, and the chief heroes
and rulers of both sides met upon the isle in the Gods
Eye to form the Pact. Giving up all the lands of Westeros
save for the deep forests, the children won from the First
Men the promise that they would no longer cut down
the weirwoods. All the weirwoods of the isle on which
the Pact was forged were then carved with faces so that
the gods could witness the Pact, and the order of green
men was made afterward to tend to the weirwoods and
protect the isle.
With the Pact, the Dawn Age of the world drew to a
close, and the Age of Heroes followed. sb4
Whether the green men still survive on their isle is not clear although there is the occasional account of some
foolhardy young riverlord taking a boat to the isle and catching sight of them before winds rise up or a flock of
ravens drives him away. The nursery tales claiming that they are horned and have dark, green skin is a corruption of the
likely truth, which is that the green men wore green garments and horned headdresses. sb4

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Daenys

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and kingdom after kingdom, to the Andal invaders. The
battles and wars were endless, but eventually all the southron
kingdoms fell. As with the Valemen, some submitted to the
Andals, even taking up the faith of the Seven. In many cases,
the Andals took the wives and daughters of the defeated
kings to wife, as a means of solidifying their right to rule. For,
despite everything, the First Men were far more numerous
than the Andals and could not simply be forced aside. The
fact that many southron castles still have godswoods with
carved weirwoods at their hearts is said to be thanks to the
early Andal kings, who shifted from conquest to consolidation,
thus avoiding any conflict based on differing faiths.
Even the ironborn—the fierce, sea-roving warriors
who must have at first thought themselves safe upon their
isles—fell to the wave of Andal conquest. For though it took
a thousand years for the Andals to turn their attention to
the Iron Islands, when they did, they did so with renewed
zeal. The Andals swept over the islands, extinguishing the
line of Urron Redhand, which had ruled by axe and sword
for a thousand years.
Haereg writes that, at first, the new Andal kings sought
to force worship of the Seven on the ironborn, but the
ironborn would not have it. Instead they allowed it to coexist
with their worship of the Drowned God. As on the
mainland, the Andals married the wives and daughters of
the ironborn and had children by them. But unlike on the
mainland, the Faith never took root; more, it did not hold
firm even among the families of Andal blood. In time, only
the Drowned God came to rule over the Iron Islands, with
only a few houses remembering the Seven.
It was the North and the North alone that was able to
keep the Andals at bay thanks to the impenetrable swamps of
the Neck and the ancient keep of Moat Cailin. The number
of Andal armies that were destroyed in the Neck cannot be
easily reckoned, and so the Kings of Winter preserved their
independent rule for many centuries to come.
TEN THOUSAND SHIPS
THE LAST OF the great migrations into Westeros happened
long after the coming of the First Men and the Andals.
For once the Ghiscari wars had ended, the dragonlords of
Valyria turned their gaze toward the west, where the growth
of Valyrian power brought the Freehold and its colonies
into conflict with the peoples of the Rhoyne.
The mightiest river in the world, the Rhoyne’s many
tributaries stretched across much of western Essos. Along
their banks had arisen a civilization and culture as storied
and ancient as the Old Empire of Ghis. The Rhoynar had
grown rich off the bounty of their river; Mother Rhoyne,
they named her,
Fishers, traders, teachers, scholars, workers in wood and
stone and metal, they raised their elegant towns and cities
from the headwaters of the Rhoyne down to her mouth,
each lovelier than the last. There was Ghoyan Drohe in
the Velvet Hills, with its groves and waterfalls; Ny Sar, the
city of fountains, alive with song; Ar Noy on the Qhoyne,
with its halls of green marble; pale Sar Mell of the flowers;
sea-girt Sarhoy with its canals and saltwater gardens; and
Chroyane, greatest of all, the Festival City with its great
Palace of Love.
Art and music flourished in the cities of the Rhoyne,
and it is said their people had their own magic—a water
magic very different from the sorceries of Valyria, which
were woven of blood and fire. Though united by blood and
culture and the river that had given them birth, the Rhoynish
cities were elsewise fiercely independent, each with its own
prince . . . or princess, for amongst these river folk, women
were regarded as the equals of men.
 

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Daenys

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Стр. 242-243

arrows and spears from the heights, murdered men in the
night, and in the end blocked the Boneway both before and
behind. Lord Orys was captured by Lord Wyl, and many of
his bannermen and knights besides. They remained captive
for years before finally being ransomed for their weight in
gold in 7 AC. And even then, each and every one of them
returned lacking a sword hand, so that they might never
take up arms against Dorne again.
Still, save for the assault in the Boneway, the Dornish
simply yielded up their seats, the lords refusing to defend
them or bend the knee. The same was the case when the
Targaryens at last came to Sunspear, where Princess Meria
(mocked by her foes as the Yellow Toad of Dorne but to
this day a hero to the Dornish) had herself vanished into
the sands. There Queen Rhaenys and King Aegon gathered
what courtiers and functionaries remained and declared
themselves the victors, placing Dorne under the rule of
the Iron Throne. Leaving Lord Rosby to hold Sunspear
and Lord Tyrell in charge of a host to put down any revolts,
the Targaryens returned to King’s Landing on the backs of
their dragons. Yet they had hardly set foot in the royal city
than Dorne rebelled against them and did so with shocking
rapidity. Garrisons were put to the sword, and the knights
who led them were tortured. In truth, it became a bit of a
game among the Dornish lords, to see which knight would
live the longest as bit after bit of him was removed.
Setting out with his garrison at Hellholt to conquer
Vaith and retake Sunspear, Lord Harlan Tyrell and his
entire army vanished in the sands, never to be heard
from again. The reports of travelers in the area claim that
occasionally the winds shift the sands to reveal bones and
pieces of armor, but the sandy Dornishmen who wander
the deep desert say that the sands are the burial grounds
of thousands of years of battles, and the bones might be
from any time. sb99
The war against the Dornish entered a different phase
after the release of Orys One-hand and the other handless
lords, for King Aegon was by that time intent on revenge.
The Targaryens unleashed their dragons, burning the defiant
castles again and again. In return, the Dornish responded
with fire of their own, sending a force to Cape Wrath in 8
AC that left half the rainwood ablaze and sacked half a dozen
towns and villages. Matters escalated, and more Dornish
seats fell to dragonfire in 9 AC. The Dornish responded a
year later by sending a host under Lord Fowler that seized
and burned the great marcher castle of Nightsong and carried
off its lords and defenders as hostages, whilst another
army under Ser Joffrey Dayne marched to the very walls of
Oldtown, razing the fields and villages outside it.
So again the Targaryens turned to their dragons, unleashing
their fury upon Starfall and Skyreach and Hellholt.
It was at Hellholt where the Dornish had their greatest success
against the Targaryens. A bolt from a scorpion pierced
the eye of Meraxes, and the great dragon and the queen
who rode upon it fell from the sky. In her death throes, the
dragon destroyed the castle’s highest tower and part of the
curtain wall. Queen Rhaenys’s body was never returned to
King’s Landing. sb100
FROM THE HISTORY OF ARCHMAESTER GYLDAYN, ON THE
DEFENESTRATION OF SUNSPEAR:
Lord Rosby, Castellan of Sunspear and Warden of the Sands, had a kinder end than most. After the Dornishmen
swarmed in from the shadow city to retake the castle, he was bound hand and foot, dragged to the top of the Spear
Tower, and thrown from a window by none other than the aged Princess Meria herself. sb99
FROM THE HISTORY OF ARCHMAESTER GYLDAYN:
Whether Rhaenys Targaryen outlived her dragon remains a matter of dispute. Some say that she lost her seat and
fell to her death, others that she was crushed beneath Meraxes in the castle yard. A few accounts claim the
queen survived her dragon’s fall, only to die a slow death by torment in the dungeons of the Ullers. The true circumstances
of her demise will likely never be known, but Rhaenys Targaryen, sister and wife to King Aegon I, perished at
the Hellholt in Dorne in the tenth year After the Conquest. sb100
 

Marynys

Мастер-над-оружием
Mushroom puts forward a more plausible possibility on Addam and Alyn’s parentage: that it was Lord Corlys
himself who fathered both boys, back when he spent many of his days at the shipyards of Hull where Marilda’s father was a shipwright. The boys had gone unacknowledged, kept far from court, while the fiery-tempered Queen Who Never Was lived. But after her death, Lord Corlys took the opportunity to acknowledge them . . . after a fashion.
Если я правильно поняла со своими средненьким английским, Грибок говорит, что Алин и Аддам — сыновья Корлиса от Марильды, дочери корабельщика. Мальчики были далеко от двора, пока Рейнис с огненным темпераментом была жива, но после ее смерти Корлис воспользовался возможностью признать их. 
По другой версии, они сыновья Лейнора от той же Марильды.
 

Daenys

Присяжный рыцарь
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gather more and more lords to his side. At the battle at
Stonebridge, the Poor Fellows fell in droves and it is said
that the Mander ran red with blood for twenty leagues.
Afterward, the bridge and the castle that commanded it
became known as Bitterbridge.
An even greater battle was joined at the Great Fork of
the Blackwater, where thirteen thousand Poor Fellows—as
well as hundreds of knights from the chapter of the Warrior’s
Sons at Stoney Sept, and hundreds more besides from
rebel lords of the riverlands and westerlands who joined
them—fought against the king. It was a savage battle that
lasted until nightfall, but it was a decisive victory for King
Maegor. The king flew on Balerion’s back in the battle, and
though rains dampened the Black Dread’s flames, the dragon
still left death in its wake.
The Faith Militant remained Maegor’s bitterest enemy
for all of his reign, and he remained theirs. Even the mysterious
death of the High Septon in 44 AC, followed by a
High Septon far more genial and biddable who attempted
to disband the Swords and the Stars, did little to reduce
the constant violence. Maegor’s wars against them were
further compounded by his many marriages, as he strove
to produce an heir. Yet no matter how many women he
wedded—or bedded—he found himself childless. He made
brides of women whom he had widowed—women of proved
fertility—but the only children born of his seed proved
monstrosities: misshapen, eyeless, limbless, or having the
parts of man and woman both. His descent into true madness,
some say, began with the first of these abominations.
Maegor does hold one distinction in his reign: the completion
of the Red Keep in the year 45 AC. It was a project
begun by King Aegon and continued by King Aenys, but
it was Maegor who saw it finished. He went beyond the
plans of both his father and brother, raising a moated castle
within the larger castle, which in later days was known as
Maegor’s Holdfast. More notably, he was the first to command
that secret tunnels and passages be made. False walls
were introduced, and trapdoors—and riddled throughout
Aegon High’s Hill were more and more tunnels. Maegor’s
lack of heirs seemed to matter little as he threw himself into
overseeing the construction. He appointed his good-father,
Lord Harroway, as his new Hand, and left him to govern
the realm for a time while he saw the castle completed.
But, as was typical of Maegor’s reign, even this great
achievement was turned to horror. When the keep was
at last completed, the king threw a riotous feast for the
masons and carvers and other craftsmen who had helped
to construct the castle. But after three days of revelry at
the king’s expense, they were all put to the sword so that
the secrets of the Red Keep would be Maegor’s alone. sb20
In the end, it was a confluence of the Faith and his
own family that proved Maegor’s undoing. In 43 AC, his
nephew, Prince Aegon, attempted to win back the throne
that by law should have been his, in what came to be known
as the great Battle Beneath the Gods Eye. Aegon died in
that battle, leaving behind his wife and sister Rhaena, and
their two twin daughters; his dragon Quicksilver was lost
as well.
Then, late in 45 AC, King Maegor entered a new campaign
against the rebellious Faith Militant, who had not
put down their swords at the new High Septon’s behest.
According to an inventory from that time, the next year the
king brought back two thousand skulls as trophies from his
campaign, which he claimed to be from outlawed Warrior’s
Sons and Poor Fellows though many thought they were
more likely the heads of smallfolk who just happened to
be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Day by day, the
realm turned against the king.
The death of the Dowager Queen Visenya in 44 AC
was a notable event although Maegor seemed to take it
in his stride. She had been his greatest ally and supporter
from birth, seeking his advancement over his elder brother
Aenys, and doing what she could to secure his legacy. In the
confusion after her death, Aenys’s widow, Queen Alyssa,
slipped away from Dragonstone with her children, as well
as with Dark Sister, Visenya’s Valyrian steel sword. Alyssa
and Aenys’s next eldest son after Aegon, Prince Viserys,
had been kept at the Red Keep as the king’s squire, however,
and he suffered for her flight. He died after nine days of
questioning at the hands of Tyanna of the Tower. The king
left his body in the castle courtyard like so much offal for a
fortnight, hoping that word of it would force Queen Alyssa
to claim her son’s body, but she did not return. Viserys was
fifteen at his death.
FROM THE HISTORY OF GYLDAYN:
Hardly had the last stone been set on the Red Keep than Maegor commanded that the ruins of the Sept of
Remembrance be cleared from the top of Rhaenys’s Hill, and with them the bones and ashes of the Warrior’s
Sons who had perished there. In their place, he decreed, a great stone “stable for dragons” would be erected, a lair
worthy of Balerion, Vhagar, and their get. Thus commenced the building of the Dragonpit. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it
proved difficult to find builders, stonemasons, and laborers to work on the project. So many men ran off that the king
was finally forced to use prisoners from the city’s dungeons as his workforce, under the supervision of builders brought
in from Myr and Volantis. sb20 
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Many attempted to mount the dragons
that were still available on Dragonstone. The
most perilous of these were the wild dragons,
so it was no wonder that the dragons who had
previously accepted riders were the first to find
new riders. Among these new dragonriders was
Addam of Hull—a brave and noble youth who was
brought by his mother, Marilda of Hull, to try for a
dragon along with his brother Alyn. She revealed that the
boys were the sons of Laenor Velaryon—a fact that many
found remarkable, but which Lord Corlys did not question
when he adopted them both into House Velaryon. sb30
Addam claimed Laenor’s dragon, Seasmoke. His brother,
Alyn, had less success with Sheepstealer, and for the rest
of his days bore the marks of the dragon’s flames on his
back and legs.
Sheepstealer was eventually tamed by Nettles—a plain,
baseborn, disreputable girl who fed the dragon mutton day
by day until it became used to her. The dragon and its rider
played their part in the war, but Nettles’s loyalties were not
so clear as brave Ser Addam’s. When she and Prince Daemon
became lovers, it drove a final wedge between Rhaenyra and
her lord
husband.
Nettles—
whom the
prince fondly called
Netty—outlived her
prince as well as his wife. Nettles
and the Sheepstealer vanished before the war’s end,
and none could say where they went until years after.
But of all the new dragonriders, the worst were
the drunkard named Ulf the Sot, who took the
name Ulf White once knighted, and the huge
and powerful blacksmith’s bastard Hugh the Hammer,
also called Hard Hugh, who became
known as Hugh Hammer when he
received his knighthood. Not satisfied
with the honor of riding
upon the dragons Silverwing and
Vermithor, they desired lordships
and wealth. After first fighting for
Rhaenyra, they turned their cloaks
at the First Battle of Tumbleton in
return for lordships, and were cursed as
the Two Betrayers ever after. Both died
miserable deaths, killed by the men they
thought beholden to them—the one by
poisoned wine, the other slain by Bold Jon Roxton with
Orphan-Maker. sb31
The battles during the Dance cannot be readily counted,
for they were almost beyond number, and much of the realm
was torn asunder in the conflict. Men raised the banner
of the king, bearing the golden three-headed dragon that
Aegon had taken for his sigil, only to find their neighbor
had taken up Rhaenyra’s red dragon quartered with the
moon-and-falcon of her Arryn mother and the seahorse
of her late husband. Brother fought brother, father fought
son, and the whole realm bled.
Many of the hosts were gathered by various lords on
behalf of the king or queen they supported, but if any could
be said to have held command of all the loyal forces on each
side, they were Prince Daemon Targaryen and Prince Aemond
Targaryen respectively. Aemond took up the mantle
of Protector of the Realm and Prince Regent after both
Aegon II and Sunfyre were gravely injured at Rook’s Rest
in the battle with Rhaenys and Meleys. He even donned his
brother’s crown—Aegon the Conqueror’s crown of rubies
and Valyrian steel—though he did not call himself king.
Sadly for the greens, this proved to be unfortunate.
Aemond was too inexperienced and too bold to take effective
command. Prince Daemon was, at the time, in control
of Harrenhal. So Aemond brashly planned an assault to
take Harrenhal from his rival, denuding King’s Landing
of defenders in the process. He arrived to find the castle
empty and was jubilant—until he learned the real reason
for the desertion. For while Aemond had been marching on
Harrenhal, Daemon had led the Queen Rhaenyra and her
dragonriders back to King’s Landing on the backs of their
dragons. The gold cloaks—many of whom still considered
themselves loyal to Daemon—betrayed the officers Aegon had
put in charge and surrendered the city with little bloodshed,
though blood was spilled in the executions that followed
as Ser Otto Hightower, Lord Jasper Wylde (the master of
laws, called Ironrod for his sternness), and Lords Rosby and
Stokeworth (who had once been of Rhaenyra’s party before
turning their cloaks) were beheaded. The Dowager Queen
Alicent was imprisoned, but Aegon II (still recovering
from the injuries he received at Rook’s Rest), his queen,
and his remaining children—as well as Lord Larys
Strong—had been spirited out of the castle by
secret ways. sb32
The realm truly went mad during the Dance of the
Dragons, but it was at King’s Landing where most of the
dragons lost their lives. King’s Landing had fallen bloodlessly
to Rhaenyra, thanks to Prince Daemon’s cunning, but after
the First Battle of Tumbleton, unrest spread throughout the
city. Only sixty leagues away, Tumbleton had been sacked in
the most savage fashion: thousands burned, thousands more
drowned attempting to swim across the river to safety, girls
and women ravished until they died, and dragons feeding
among the ruins. The victory Lord Hightower had won
with the aid of Prince Daeron and the Two Betrayers sent
terror through the city, as the Kingslanders were sure they
would be next. Rhaenyra’s own strength was scattered and
spent, so that there were only dragons left to defend the city.
It was the fear of dragons, and of their presence, that
gave birth to the Shepherd. Who he was we cannot say, as
his name is lost to history. Some suppose he was a poor beggar,
others that he might have been one of the Poor Fellows
who, though outlawed, still stubbornly haunted the realm.
Whoever he was, he began to preach in the Cobbler’s Square,
saying that the dragons were demons, the spawn of godless
Valyria, and the doom of men. Scores listened—then hundreds,
then thousands. Fear begat anger, and anger begat a
thirst for blood. And when the Shepherd announced that
the city would be saved only when the city was cleansed
of dragons, people listened.
Mushroom puts forward a more plausible possibility on Addam and Alyn’s parentage: that it was Lord Corlys
himself who fathered both boys, back when he spent many of his days at the shipyards of Hull where Marilda’s
father was a shipwright. The boys had gone unacknowledged, kept far from court, while the fiery-tempered Queen
Who Never Was lived. But after her death, Lord Corlys took the opportunity to acknowledge them . . . after a fashion.
When Rhaenyra learned of the betrayal of Hugh Hammer and Ulf the White at First Tumbleton, where they
turned their dragons against her forces, her rage was such that she tried to arrest the other dragonseed who
had taken dragons at her behest. Among them was Addam Velaryon, but he was forewarned by the Sea Snake, and so
escaped.
Young Ser Addam died bravely at the Second Battle of Tumbleton, proving his loyalty with his life after it had been
called into question by the deeds of the Two Betrayers. When his bones were returned to Driftmark from Raventree
Hall in 138 AC, the epitaph Lord Alyn put on his tomb consisted of one word: “LOYAL.” sb31 
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by King Jaehaerys I Targaryen and his wife, the Good Queen
Alysanne, with the hand of their daughter, Princess Daella,
and a granddaughter of that union, the Lady Aemma Arryn,
in turn became the first wife of King Viserys I Targaryen
and mother to his firstborn child, Princess Rhaenyra, who
contended with her half brother Aegon II for the Iron Throne.
In that struggle, Jeyne Arryn, Lady of the Eyrie and Maiden
of the Vale, proved a staunch friend to Rhaenyra Targaryen
and her sons, ultimately serving as one of the regents for
King Aegon III. From that day, every Targaryen to sit the
Iron Throne had a bit of Arryn blood. sb75
The Arryns played their part in the wars of the Targaryen
kings, and in the Blackfyre rebellions, standing stoutly with
the Iron Throne against the Blackfyre Pretenders. During
the First Blackfyre Rebellion, Lord Donnel Arryn boldly
led the vanguard of the royalist host, though his lines were
shattered by Daemon Blackfyre, and his lordship in peril
for his life until Ser Gwayne Corbray of the Kingsguard
appeared with reinforcements.
Lord Arryn survived to fight another day, and years
later shut the Vale to traffic from the high road and by
sea when the Great Spring Sickness swept over the Seven
Kingdoms; thus, the Vale and Dorne alone were unaffected
by that terrible plague.
In more recent years, the importance of the role played
by Lord Jon Arryn in Robert’s Rebellion cannot be gainsaid.
Indeed, it was Lord Jon’s refusal to deliver the heads of his
wards, Eddard Stark and Robert Baratheon, that touched
off the revolt. Had he done as he was commanded, the Mad
King might yet sit the Iron Throne. Despite his advanced
years, Lord Arryn fought valiantly beside Robert on the
Trident. After the war, the new king proved his wisdom
when he made Lord Jon Arryn his first Hand. His lordship’s
sagacity has helped King Robert rule the Seven Kingdoms
wisely and justly ever since. It is a joy to the realm when
a great man serves as Hand to a great king, for peace and
plenty will surely come of it.
THE EYRIE
Many have claimed that the Eyrie of the Arryns is the most
beautiful castle in all the Seven Kingdoms, and it is hard to
deny the truth of this (though the Tyrells surely do). Seven
slim white towers crown the Eyrie where it sits high upon
a shoulder of the Giant’s Lance, and no castle in Westeros
boasts more marble in its walls or upon its floors.
And yet the Arryns and the men of the Vale will tell
you that the Eyrie is impregnable as well, for its position high
atop the mountainside makes it all but impossible to assault.
The smallest of the royal seats of Westeros, the Eyrie was
not originally the seat of House Arryn. That honor belongs
to the Gates of the Moon, a much larger castle that stands
at the foot of the Giant’s Lance, on the very site where Ser
Artys Arryn and his Andals made their camp on the night
before the Battle of the Seven Stars. Still uncertain on his
throne in the early years of his realm, King Artys wanted a
seat strong enough to withstand siege and storm should the
First Men rise against him. The Gates of the Moon served
well enough in that regard, but there was more of fort than
palace about it, and those seeing it for the first time have
been known to remark that it is a fine castle for a lesser lord
but no fit abode for a king.
This did not trouble King Artys overmuch, as it happens,
for he was seldom there. The first Arryn king spent
At the Great Council of 101, the Arryns played little role, as Lady Jeyne was in her minority. To the Council in
her stead came the Lord Protector of the Vale, Yorbert Royce of Runestone. One of the mightiest houses of the
Vale, the Royces still boast proudly of their descent from the First Men and their last great king, Robar II. Even to this
day, the Lords of Runestone go into battle clad in the bronze armor of their forebears, etched with runes that are said
to ward the armor’s wearer from harm. Alas, the number of Royces who have died whilst wearing this runic armor is
daunting. Furthermore, Maester Deneston in his Questions speculates that the armor is far less ancient than it appears.
sb75 
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man but a fool would dare rise against Aegon Targaryen
and his dragons.
These were words that Goren Greyjoy would remember.
When Lord Vickon died in 33 AC, Goren succeeded him as
Lord of the Iron Islands, putting down a clumsy conspiracy
to restore the black line by crowning Qhorin Volmark’s son
in his stead. He faced a more serious test four years later,
when Aegon the Conqueror died of a stroke on Dragonstone,
and his son Aenys was crowned king in his stead. Though
amiable and well-meaning, Aenys Targaryen was widely
perceived as a weakling, unfit to sit the Iron Throne. The
new king was still on his royal progress when rebellions
began to break out all across the realm.
One such revolt convulsed the Iron Islands, led by a
man claiming that he was the priest-king Lodos returned at
last from visiting his father. But Goren Greyjoy dealt with it
decisively, going so far as to send the priest-king’s pickled head
to Aenys Targaryen. His Grace was so pleased with the gift
that he promised Lord Goren any boon that was within his
power to grant. As sage as he was savage, Greyjoy asked the
king to give him leave to expel the septons and septas from
the Iron Islands. King Aenys was forced to agree. A century
would pass before another sept was opened on the islands.
For long years afterward the ironborn remained quiescent
under a succession of Greyjoy lords. Eschewing
further thoughts of conquest, they lived by fishing, trade,
and mining. All the width of Westeros lay between King’s
Landing and Pyke, and the ironborn had little and less to
do with affairs at court. Life was hard upon the islands,
especially in winter, but that was as it had always been.
Some men still dreamed of a return to the Old Way, when
the ironborn were a people to be feared, but the Stepstones
and the Summer Sea were far away, and the Greyjoys on
the Seastone Chair would allow no reaving closer to home.
THE RED KRAKEN
The better part of a century would pass before the kraken
woke, yet the dreams never died, for the priests still stood
knee deep in the salt sea preaching of the Old Way, whilst in a
hundred wharfside brothels and sailor’s taverns old men still
told tales of days gone by, when the ironborn were rich and
proud, and every oarsman had a dozen salt wives to warm
his bed by night. Many a boy and young man grew drunk
upon such stories, hungry for the glories of the reaver’s life.
One such was Dalton Greyjoy, the wild young son of
the heir to Pyke and the Iron Islands. Of him Hake writes,
“He loved three things: the sea, his sword, and women.” A
fearless child, headstrong and hot-tempered, he is said to
have been rowing at five and reaving at ten, sailing with his
uncle to the Basilisk Isles to raid the pirate towns for plunder.
By the age of ten-and-four, Dalton Greyjoy had sailed
as far as Old Ghis, fought in a dozen actions, and claimed
four salt wives. His men loved him (more than can be said
of his wives, for he tired of women quickly). His own love
was his blade, a Valyrian steel longsword he had taken off
a dead corsair and named Nightfall. In his fifteenth year,
whilst fighting in the Stepstones as a sellsail, he saw his uncle
slain and avenged his death, but he took a dozen wounds
and emerged from the fight drenched head to heel in blood.
From that day forth, men called him the Red Kraken.
Later that same year, word of his father’s death reached
him in the Stepstones, and the Red Kraken claimed the
Seastone Chair as the Lord of the Iron Islands. At once
he began building longships, forging swords, and trainings
fighters. When asked why, the young lord replied, “The
storm is coming.”
The storm he had foreseen broke the next year, when
King Viserys I Targaryen died in his sleep in the Red Keep
of King’s Landing. His daughter Rhaenyra and her halfbrother
Aegon both laid claim to the Iron Throne, and the
orgy of bloodletting, battle, rapine, and murder known as
the Dance of the Dragons began. When word reached Pyke,
the Red Kraken is said to have laughed aloud.
Throughout the war, Princess Rhaenyra and her blacks
enjoyed a great advantage at sea, for amongst her supporters
was Corlys Velaryon, Lord of the Tides, the fabled Sea
Snake, who commanded the fleets of House Velaryon of
Driftmark. Hoping to counter that, the green council of
King Aegon II reached out to Pyke, offering Lord Dalton
a place on the small council as lord admiral of the realm if
he would bring his longships around Westeros to do battle
with the Sea Snake. It was a handsome offer, and most boys
would have leapt at it, but Lord Dalton had a shrewdness
rare in one so young and elected to wait to see what Princess
Rhaenyra might offer.
When her missive came, it was much more to his liking.
The blacks did not need him to sail his fleet around Westeros
and give battle in the narrow sea, a chancy proposition at
best. The princess asked only that he attack her enemies.
Amongst those enemies were the Lannisters of Casterly
Rock, whose lands were close to home and vulnerable. Lord
Jason Lannister had taken most of his knights, archers, and
seasoned fighters east with him to attack Rhaenyra’s allies
in the riverlands, leaving the westerlands thinly defended.
Lord Dalton saw opportunity.
Whilst Lord Jason fell in battle in the riverlands and
his host staggered from battle to battle under a succession
of commanders, the Red Kraken and his ironborn fell upon
the westerlands like wolves upon a flock of sheep. Casterly
Rock itself proved too strong for them, once Lord Jason’s 
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THE WESTERLANDS
THE WESTERLANDS ARE a place of rugged hills
and rolling plains, of misty dales and craggy shorelines, a
place of blue lakes and sparkling rivers and fertile fields, of
broadleaf forests that teem with game of every sort, where
half-hidden doors in the sides of wooded hills open onto
labyrinthine caves that wend their way through darkness
to reveal unimaginable wonders and vast treasures deep
beneath the earth.
These are rich lands, temperate and fruitful, shielded by
high hills to the east and south and the endless blue waters
of the Sunset Sea to the west. Once the children of the forest
made their homes in the woods, whilst giants dwelt amongst
the hills, where their bones can still occasionally be found.
But then the First Men came with fire and bronze axes to
cut down the forests, plow the fields, and drive roads through
the hill country where the giants made their abodes. Soon,
the First Men’s farms and villages spread across the west
“from salt to stone,” protected by stout motte-and-bailey
forts, and later great stone castles, until the giants were no
more, and the children of the forest vanished into the deep
woods, the hollow hills, and the far north.
Many and more great houses trace their roots back
to this golden age of the First Men. Amongst these are the
Hawthornes, the Footes, the Brooms, and the Plumms. On
Fair Isle, the longships of the Farmans helped defend the
western coast against ironborn reavers. The Greenfields
raised a vast timber castle called the Bower (now simply
Greenfield), built entirely of weirwood. The Reynes of
Castamere made a rich system of mines, caves, and tunnels
as their own subterranean seat, whilst the Westerlings built
the Crag above the waves. Other houses sprang from the
loins of legendary heroes, of whom tales are told to this very
day: the Crakehalls from Crake the Boarkiller, the Baneforts
from the Hooded Man, the Yews from the Blind Bowman
Alan o’ the Oak, the Morelands from Pate the Plowman.
Each of these families became powers, and some in
time took on the styles of lords and even kings. Yet by far
the greatest lords in the westerlands were the Casterlys of
the Rock, who had their seat in a colossal stone that rose
beside the Sunset Sea. Legend tells us the first Casterly lord
was a huntsman, Corlos son of Caster, who lived in a village
near to where Lannisport stands today. When a lion began
preying upon the village’s sheep, Corlos tracked it back to
its den, a cave in the base of the Rock. Armed only with a
spear, he slew the lion and his mate but spared her newborn
cubs—an act of mercy that so pleased the old gods (for this
was long before the Seven came to Westeros) that they sent
a sudden shaft of sunlight deep into the cave, and there in
the stony walls Corlos beheld the gleam of yellow gold, a
vein as thick as a man’s waist.
The truth of that tale is lost in the mists of time, but
we cannot doubt that Corlos, or some progenitor of what
would become House Casterly, found gold inside the Rock
and soon began to mine there. To defend his treasure against
those who would make off with it, he moved inside the cave
and fortified its entrance. As years and centuries passed,
his descendants delved deeper and deeper into the earth,
following the gold, whilst carving halls and galleries and
stairways and tunnels into the Rock itself, transforming
the gigantic stone into a mighty fastness that dwarfed every
castle in Westeros.
Though never kings, the Casterlys became the richest
lords in all of Westeros and the greatest power in the westerlands,
and remained so for hundreds of years. By then the
Dawn Age had given way to the Age of Heroes.
That was when the golden-haired rogue called Lann the
Clever appeared from out of the east. Some say he was an
Andal adventurer from across the narrow sea, though this
was millennia before the coming of the Andals to Westeros.
Regardless of his origins, the tales agree that somehow Lann
the Clever winkled the Casterlys out of their Rock and took
it for his own.
The precise method by which he accomplished this
remains a matter of conjecture. In the most common version
of the tale, Lann discovered a secret way inside the Rock, a
cleft so narrow that he had to strip off his clothes and coat
himself with butter in order to squeeze through. Once
inside, however, he began to work his mischief, whispering
threats in the ears of sleeping Casterlys, howling from the
darkness like a demon, stealing treasures from one brother
to plant in the bedchamber of another, rigging sundry snares
and deadfalls. By such methods he set the Casterlys at odds
with one another and convinced them that the Rock was
haunted by some fell creature that would never let them
live in peace.
Other tellers prefer other versions of the tale. In one,
Lann uses the cleft to fill the Rock with mice, rats, and other
vermin, thereby driving out the Casterlys. In another, he
 

Вложения

ЛедиЛёд

Знаменосец
Есть ли еще ссылки или же те десять страниц ? и то в которой генеалогия Старков
Как десять?
Камрады, давайте-ка считать, что у нас есть вообще. Поправка: 15, 16 и 17 мая в пост добавляла новые сведения.

Глава, выложенная на сайте Мартина - о первых Таргах и начале Завоевания (переведено Xanvier Xanbie).

Пересказ с Бубикона - там та же первая глава, но с дополнениями о битвах Завоевания (переведено Xanvier Xanbie ).

Глава, выложенная на сайте Вестерос - Десять тысяч кораблей (переведено el_bandito ); иллюстрация с портретом Нимерии.

С макета 2013 года - 4 страницы, уже переведенные:
1-2 - Эпоха Рассвета (переведено Delia);
3 - восстание Честных Бедняков (переведено el_bandito) ;
4 - картинка с Красным замком и немного текста. Поправка - это не текст, а просто набор букв, бывший тогда необходимым для составления макета.

С нового макета, что лежит на эдельвейсе:
1 - обложка (переведено ЛедиЛёд);
2- оглавление (переведено Daenys);
3- предисловие (переведено amira);
4 - Эпоха Рассвета (стр.1), текста меньше, чем в прошлогодней выкладке (переведено еще в прошлом году);
5 - текст (немного) о Браавосе; там же иллюстрация с Титаном (переведено Drezden);
6 - текст о Короле-за-Стеной (переведено George);
7 - генеалогия Старков;
Также там есть иллюстрация с драконом без текста.

С нового макета на венгерском сайте:
1 - о Первых Людях, стр. 4-5 (переведено Shtee); иллюстрация с Первыми Людьми;
2 - о появлении андалов, стр.16-17 (переведено Drezden); иллюстрация с армией андалов;
3 - правление Мейгора, стр. 52-53 (переведено Daenys); иллюстрация к подавлению восстания;
4 - отрывок из Пляски, стр. 172-173 (переведено Cat.); две иллюстрации с драгонрейдерами в бою;
5 - о роде Арренов и Орлином Гнезде, стр.169 (переведено Daena);
6 - о Грейджоях и Красном Кракене, стр.186-187 (переведено el_bandito); иллюстрация с железнорожденными;
7 - о Западных Землях, стр.193 (переведено Drezden); иллюстрация с картой Западных Земель;
8 - попытка завоевания Дорна, стр. 242-243 (переведено el_bandito); иллюстрация с погибшей Мераксес;

Камрады, подсказывайте, что я не заметила, чего не учла?
 
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el_bandito

Наемник
Мой перевод. прошу сильно не ругать и не бить. Перевод не ахти, но я старался
… но только глупец мог рискнуть восстать против Эйгона Таргариена и его драконов.
Это были слова, которые Горен Грейджой запомнил. Когда лорд Викон скончался в 33 году после З.Э., Горен стал правителем Железных Островов, придушив неудачный заговор, целью котрого было восстановление черной линии, путем коронации сына Кворина Волмарка вместо него. Четыре года спустя он столкнулся с более сложным испытанием, когда Эйгон Завоеватель умер от инсульта на Драконьем Камне, и его сын Эйнис был коронован. Хотя Эйнис был любезным правителем из хороших побуждений, многие считали его слабаком и недостойным сидения на Железном Троне. Новый король только начал делать некоторые успехи, как восстания заполыхали по всему государству.

Одно такое восстание началось на Железных Островах, предводителем оного был человек, провозгласивший себя королем-жрецом Лодосом, который вернулся, после посещения своего отца. Но Горен Грейджой поступил с ним решительно и зашел так далеко, что отправил его замаринованную голову Эйнису Таргариену. Правитель был настолько польщен, что пообещал лорду Горену любые уступки, которые он мог гарантировать. Будучи и мудрецом, и дикарем, Грейджой попросил короля разрешение изгнать всех септонов и септ с Железных Островов. Король Эйнис был вынужден согласиться. Пройдет столетие, когда септы снова откроются на островах.

КРАСНЫЙ КРАКЕН

Большая часть столетия пройдет, до того как кракены пробудятся. Грезы не умерли для жрецов, которые продолжали проповедовать про Старый Закон, стоя по колена в морской соленой воде, в то время как в портовых борделях и тавернах для моряков старики продолжали рассказывать истории про давно минувшие дни, когда железнорожденные были богатыми и гордыми, и у каждого гребца была дюжина морских жен, чтобы согревать его постель по ночам. Множество мальчишек и юнцов выросли, пьянея од таких историй и мечтая славы и разбойничьей жизни.

Одним из них был Далтон Грейджой, буйный мальчишка, сын наследника Пайка и Железных Островов. Хэйк писал про него, что «он любит три вещи: море, свой меч и женщин». Бесстрашный ребенок, упрямый и вспыльчивый, он, как говорят, начал грести на корабле в пять лет, а грабить – в десять, плавая со своим дядей на Острова Василиска, чтобы совершать грабительские набеги на пиратские поселения.

В возрасте четырнадцати лет, Далтон Грейджой доплыл до Старого Гиса, где он сразился в десятке боев и взял четыре морских жены. Его люди любили его (более чем можно сказать про его жен: он очень быстро уставал от женщин). Его единственной любовью был его клинок, длинный меч из валирийской стали, который он снял с тела мертвого корсара и назвал Сумраком. В пятнадцать лет, он, сражаясь на Ступенях как наемник (sellsail), повидал смерть своего дяди и отомстил за него, но в бою ему нанесли дюжину ран и он был весь в крови. С того дня его стали называть Красным Кракеном.

Позже, того самого года, весть о смерти отца достигла его на Ступенях, и Красный Кракен провозгласил себя правителем Железных Островов. Сразу же он начал строить ладьи, ковать мечи и тренировать бойцов. Когда его спросили, зачем он это делает, юный лорд ответил: «Шторм приближается».

Шторм, который он предвидел, разбушевался в следующем году, когда король Визерис І умер во сне в Красном замке Королевской Гавани. Его дочь Рэйнира и ее полу-брат Эйгон провозгласили свои права на Железный Трон, и оргия из кровопролития, битв, грабежей и убийств, известная под названием Танца Драконов, началась. Когда весть об этом достигла Пайка, Красный Кракен, как говорят, долго смеялся.

Во время войны принцесса Рэйнира и ее черные имели огромное преимущество на море, поскольку среди ее сторонников был Корлис Веларион, Лорд Приливов, легендарный Морской Змей, который командовал флотилиями Дома Веларионов из Дрифтмарка. Чтобы противостоять этой угрозе, Зеленый Совет короля Эйгона ІІ обратился к Пайку, предлагая лорду Далтону место мастера над кораблями, если он поведет свои ладьи вокруг Вестероса, чтобы сразится с Мрским Змеем. Это было заманчивое предложение, и большинство мальчишек согласилось бы на него, но лорд Далтон был проницательным не по годами решил подождать, что ему предложит принцесса Рэйнира.

Когда ее послание прибыло, оно пришлось ему больше по душе. Черные не нуждались, в том чтобы он плыл вокруг Вестероса и сражался в Узком море, ее предложение было намного лучше. Принцесса лишь просила его атаковать ее врагов. Среди этих врагов были Ланнистеры с Утеса Кастерли, чьи земли были беззащитными и недалеко от дома. Лорд Джейсон Ланнистер увел с собой на восток большинство рыцарей, лучников и закаленных бойцов, чтобы атаковать союзников Рэйниры в Речных Землях, оставив Западные Земли беззащитными. Лорд Далтон увидел в том свой шанс.

В то время как лорд Джейсон погиб в Речных Землях и его войско сражалось в битвах, Красный Кракен и его железнорожденные набросились на Запад, как волки на отару овец.
 

Daenys

Присяжный рыцарь
6 - конец Пляски Драконов (стр. 169)
Камрады, подсказывайте, что я не заметила, чего не учла?
Еще есть несколько картинок и карта Западных Земель. А отрывок 6 - про Арренов, а не про конец Танца. 
Ребята, а что у нас уже переведено, что в переводе и что еще нужно делать?
Кто какие кусочки взял, и что нетронуто?
Я могу взять про Мейгора (4) и про завоевание Дорна (9).
 

ЛедиЛёд

Знаменосец
А отрывок 6 - про Арренов, а не про конец Танца.
Спасибо, поправила.

Еще есть несколько картинок и карта Западных Земель.
Выложить можете? Хорошо бы с пометкой "со стр. такой-то".

Я могу взять про Мейгора (4) и про завоевание Дорна (9).
Спасибо, ждем!:bravo::bravo::bravo:
 

el_bandito

Наемник
Завоевание Дорна
…стрелы и копья с высот, убивали людей ночью, и в конце концов блокировали Костяной путь с обеих сторон. Лорд Орис был захвачен лордом Вилом (Wyl), а с ним множество его знаменосцев и рыцарей. Они годами были в плену, пока их, наконец, не обменяли на вес золото в 7 году после З.Э. И даже тогда, каждый из них лишился руки, которая держала меч, чтобы они больше никогда не могли поднять оружие против Дорна.

Тем не менее, за исключениям нападения на Костяном Путе, дорнийцы просто бросили свои владения, лорды отказывались защищать их и сгибать колени. Такой же случай был, когда Таргариены явились к Солнечному Копью, когда принцесса Мерия (Meria) (враги, насмехаясь, называли ее Желтой Жабой из Дорна, но для дорнийцев она по сей день остается героем) скрылась в пустыне. Там королева Рэйнис и король Эйгон собрали всех чиновников и придворных, которые остались, и провозгласили себе победителями, распространяя власть Железного Трона над Дорном. Оставив лорда Росби управлять Солнечным Копьем и назначив лорда Тирелла командиром войска, чтобы усмирять восстания, Таргариены вернулись в Королевскую Гавань на спинах своих драконов. Не успели они приземлится в столице, как Дорн молниеносно восстал. Гарнизоны были вырезаны, а рыцарей, которые командовали ими, пытали. По правде говоря, между дорнийских лордов было состязание, какой именно рыцарь проживет дольше всех, когда от него отрезали кусок за куском.

Отправившись со своим гарнизоном с Адского Холма, чтобы завоевать Вэйт и отбить Солнечное копье, лорд Харлан Тирелл и вся его армия исчезли в песках, и больше никто о них не слышал. Путешественники утверждают, что иногда ветер развевает песок, открывая взору кости и части доспехов, но песчаные дорнийцы, которые забираются далеко в пустыню, говорят, что в песках множество захоронений, которые остались после тысячелетий битв, и кости могут быть любой давности.

После освобождения Ориса Однорукого и других безруких лордов, начался новый этап войны, и король Эйгон намеревался отомстить. Таргариены дали волю своим драконам, сжигая неподвластные замки один за другим. В отместку, дорнийцы сами ответили огнем, отправив отряды к Мысу Гнева в 8 году после З.Э., которые сожгли половину Дождливого леса и разграбили полдюжины городков и деревень. Противостояние обострилось, и еще больше дорнийских владений было предано драконьему огню в 9 году после З.Э. Годом позже, дорнийцы нанесли удар в ответ, отправив войско во главе с лордом Фоулером, которое осадило и сожгло большой замок Ночную Песню, забрав с собой лордов и его защитников, как заложников. В то самое время, другая армия под управлениям сира Джоффри Дейна подошла к стенам Староместа, сжигая поля и деревни вокруг города.

И снова Таргариены оседлали своих драконов, направив их ярость против Звездопада, Поднебесья и Адского Холма. Именно возле Адского Холма дорнийцы нанесли самое большое поражение Таргариенам. Болт со скорпиона пронзил глаз Мераксес, и великий дракон, и королева, которая восседала на нем, упали с неба на землю. В своей предсмертной агонии, дракон уничтожил самую высокую замковую башню и часть стены. Тело королевы Рэйнис никогда не возвратили в Королевскую Гавань.
С ИСТОРИИ АРХИМЭЙСТЕР ГИЛЬДЕЙНА ПРО ДЕФЕНЕСТРАЦИЮ СОЛНЕЧНОГО КОПЬЯ

Лорд Росби, кастелян Солнечного Копья и Хранитель Песков, закончил лучше чем остальные. После того, как дорнийцы под покровом ночи залезли в замок, его связали по рукам и ногам и вытащили на вершину Солнечного Копья. Оттуда из окна его выбросил не кто иной, как старая принцесса Мерия.


С ИСТОРИИ АРХИМЭЙСТЕРА ГИЛЬДЕЙНА

Вопрос о том, пережила ли королева Рэйнис своего дракона, до сих пор остается причиной споров. Одни говорят, что она выпала со своего седла и разбилась насмерть, другие – что она была раздавлена Мераксес в замковом дворе. Некоторые утверждают, что она пережила падение, только для того чтобы умереть медленной смертью от пыток в подземельях Уллеров. Истинные обстоятельства ее кончины никогда не будут известны, но Рэйнис Таргариен, сестра и жена короля Эйгона I, погибла взле Адского Холма в Дорне в десятом году после Завоевания.
 
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