This article is a condensed guide to the numerous and diverse cultures and peoples living in the Known World , across the three known continents of Westeros , Essos , and Sothoryos. It is a navigation portal, meant to give a brief description of each group and its relationship to other groups, but more extensive information can be found by following the links to the main article devoted to each. None of the inhabitants of the world that Westeros is set on can say with certainty how old it is, nor how long the human race has lived on it. Different religions offer different supernatural origin myths for the human race, though it isn't clear which - if any - is correct.
Westeros has a race problem
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Weiss for HBO. Martin 's series of fantasy novels, the first of which is A Game of Thrones. The show was both produced and filmed in Belfast and elsewhere in the United Kingdom. Set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos , Game of Thrones has several plots and a large ensemble cast and follows several story arcs.
For example, when asked why his series has a handful of black characters but no Asian ones, author George R. Despite its fantastical elements, they argue Game Of Thrones deserves to be judged as a historical drama like The Tudors or Mad Men, both overwhelmingly white shows whose racial dynamics do presumably reflect a real-life historical reality. But is Game Of Thrones actually replicating history in a meaningful way? Studies have shown that diversity can positively affect both self-esteem and tolerance in their viewers, and Game Of Thrones —one of the most popular shows on TV—centers on a massive ensemble of predominantly white characters.
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