George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire is one of the most famous fantasy novel series, with its long sprawling plot, complex characters, and brutal depiction of a medieval society. There are several adaptations, prequels, and spinoffs in multiple media, the most well known by far being Game of Thrones.
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Main Novel Series
- A Game of Thrones (1996)
- A Clash of Kings (1998)
- A Storm of Swords (2000)
- A Feast for Crows (2005)
- A Dance with Dragons (2011)
- The Winds of Winter (TBD)
- A Dream of Spring (TBD)
- Archmaester Gyldayn's Histories:
- The Princess and the Queen, or, The Blacks and the Greens: A novella written as an in-universe history text, narrating the events of the Dance of the Dragons, a war of succession between rival Targaryen branches 170 years before the time of the main series.
- The Rogue Prince, or, The King's Brother: A novella narrating the exploits of Prince Daemon Targaryen, including the events leading to "The Princess and the Queen", published in June 2014 as part of an anthology of short stories Martin helped publish called Rogues. (Martin also provided the forward)
- Tales of Dunk and Egg: Novellas set 90 years before the conflict of the main series. Three tales - "The Hedge Knight", "The Sworn Sword" and "The Mystery Knight", have been published, but George R. R. Martin has announced that this will be an ongoing series that will eventually chronicle the complete adventures of Dunk and Egg. These have also been adapted as graphic novels.
- The World of Ice & Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and the Game of Thrones (2014): A series encyclopedia, co-written by Martin, Garcia, and Antonsson. The book is framed as a history written by one Maester Yandel and presented to King Robert as a gift.
- A World of Ice and Fire (a.k.a. A Game of Thrones Guide): A smartphone app offering details on a multitude of events, characters, and locations written by Elio M. Garcia Jr. and Linda Antonsson, the admins of popular fansite Westeros.org. Basically, a way to present a few extra notes here and there that didn't fit into the print World book.
- A Feast Of Ice And Fire (2012): A Spin-Off Cookbook with details on meals featured in the novels.
- The Lands Of Ice And Fire (2012): A book of poster-sized maps, including regions of the world that have yet to be explored in the novels.
- Fire & Blood, an expansion of Gyldayn's History novellas with additional information on events in that book and an expanded look into the history of Targaryens from the Conquest to the Regency of Aegon III.
- The Hedge Knight: Adaptations of Tales of Dunk and Egg
- A Game Of Thrones (2011-2015): An adaptation of the first book published by Dynamite Comics.
- A Clash Of Kings (2017-2021): An adaptation of the second book by Dynamite Comics.
- Game of Thrones (2011-2019): An adaptation of the books on HBO, with David Benioff and D.B. Weiss as showrunners. Despite borrowing the title of the first book is an adaptation of the entire series, and between Seasons 1-4 adapted the first three books with reasonable faithfulness. The unusual circumstances of its conception and genesis (an adaptation of an as-yet incomplete series of novels), means that the later seasons have compressed books 4-5, and have moved past the chronology of the published books. The show finished before the author completed his books. Martin has been supportive of the project, writing the screenplays for one episode per season (for Seasons 1-4)note . He also gave Weiss and Benioff the outlines for the remaining books in the series, which had come in handy once they started outpacing him.
- House of the Dragon (2022-): A prequel from George R.R. Martin and Ryan Condal that follows a Succession Crisis that will mark the beginning of the end for House Targaryen. This prequel was picked up straight to series on October 29, 2019. The 10-episode series is based on material from Fire & Blood, executive produced by Martin, Vince Gerardis, Condal, and Miguel Sapochnik, director of many episodes of Game of Thrones; the latter two are its showrunners as well.
- Game of Thrones (2015): A physical pinball table by Stern, based on the TV series.
- A Game Of Thrones The Card Game (2002): A Collectible Card Game produced by Fantasy Flight Games.
- A Game Of Thrones The Board Game (2003): A table top strategy game published by Fantasy Flight Games.
- A Game of Thrones (2005): A Tabletop Role-Playing Game produced by Guardians of Order.
- A Song Of Ice And Fire Roleplaying (2009): A Tabletop Role-Playing Game licensed through Green Ronin and currently has three books released, a rulebook, a sourcebook, and a licensed adventure.
- Battles Of Westeros (2010): A two-player miniature-based wargame created by Robert A. Kouba and released by Edge Entertainment and Fantasy Flight Games
- Game Of Thrones Westeros Intrigue (2014)
- Game Of Thrones The Iron Throne (2016)
- A Game Of Thrones Hand Of The King (2016)
- A Game Of Thrones Catan Brotherhood Of The Watch (2017): A board game based on Settlers of Catan
- A Song Of Ice And Fire Tabletop Miniatures Game (2018): A strategy miniatures game published by CMON after a successful Kickstarter campaign.
- Game Of Thrones Oathbreaker (2019)
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- Blood Of Dragons (2007): A MUSH set about 140 years prior to the events in the novels endorsed by George R. R. Martin.
- A Game of Thrones: Genesis (2011): A strategy game that has dramatized some of the stuff that's All There in the Manual, covering the last thousand-or-so years of Westerosi history.
- Game of Thrones (2012): An action RPG. Despite the name, it's based on the books' continuity rather than the TV show's, although it does feature the voices of James Cosmo as Jeor Mormont and Conleth Hill as Varys, who also portrayed the characters on the show.
- Game of Thrones: Ascent (2013)
- Game of Thrones (Telltale) (2014): An adventure game made by Telltale Games taking place in the TV series' continuity.
- Game Of Thrones Conquest (2017)
- Reigns Game Of Thrones (2018): A mobile game based on Reigns.
- Game Of Thrones Winter Is Coming (2019)
- Game Of Thrones Beyond The Wall (2020)
- Game Of Thrones Tale Of Crows (2020): A mobile Idle Game developed by That Silly Studio and published by Devolver Digital.
- MultiVersus (2022): A Warner Bros. Discovery-based Massive Multiplayer Crossover Platform Fighter. Arya Stark was among the first playable characters to be officially revealed.
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