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'''Mossovy''', also known as '''Far Mossovy''', is a broad, forested region of northeastern [[Essos]] along the shore of the [[Shivering Sea]]. It is at the edge of the [[Known World]], east of [[N'Ghai]] and north of the [[Cannibal Sands]] and the [[Grey Waste]]. The [[Thousand Islands]] are found north of the grim, grey forest.<ref>''[[The Lands of Ice and Fire]]''</ref>
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'''Mossovy''', also known as '''Far Mossovy''', is a broad, forested region of northeastern [[Essos]] along the shore of the [[Shivering Sea]]. It is at the edge of the [[Known World]], east of [[N'Ghai]] and north of the [[Cannibal Sands]] and the [[Grey Waste]]. The [[Thousand Islands]] are found north of the grim, grey forest.{{ref|TLOIAF|The Known World}}{{ref|AWOIAF|Mossovy}}
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==Culture==
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Mossovy is said to be a cold and dark land of [[shapechanger]]s and demon hunters. It is unknown what lies beyond, although some [[septon]]s claim the world ends beyond the forest.{{ref|TWOIAF|Beyond the Free Cities: East of Ib}}
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
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[[Sarnori]] ships sailed as east as Far Mossovy in the height of their power.{{ref|TWOIAF|Beyond the Free Cities: The Grasslands}}
  
[[Sarnor|Sarnori]] ships sailed as east as Far Mossovy in the height of their power.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Grasslands}}
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Upon revealing to [[Alyssa Velaryon]] and [[Rogar Baratheon]] that she had wed her brother, King [[Jaehaerys I Targaryen]], in {{date|49}}, [[Alysanne Targaryen]] remarked that even if she was sent to the ends of the earth and forced to marry "the King of Mossovy or the Lord of the [[Grey Waste]]", she would still find her way back to her new husband.{{ref|FAB|The Year of the Three Brides - 49 AC}}
 
 
Little else is known about Mossovy, only that it is a cold dark land of [[shapechanger]]s and demon hunters. It is unknown what lies beyond.{{ref|TWOIAF| East of Ib}}
 
 
 
Upon revealing their marriage in {{date|49}}, [[Alysanne Targaryen]] remarked that even if she was sent to the ends of the earth and forced to marry "the King of Mossovy or the Lord of the [[Grey Waste]], she would still find her way back to [[Jaehaerys I Targaryen|Jaehaerys]].{{ref|FAB|The Year of the Three Brides}}
 
 
 
==Behind the Scenes== 
 
Mossovy has not yet been mentioned in ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'', only appearing in ''[[The Lands of Ice and Fire]]'' and ''[[A World of Ice and Fire]]''.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 15:18, 18 July 2019

Mossovy, also known as Far Mossovy, is a broad, forested region of northeastern Essos along the shore of the Shivering Sea. It is at the edge of the Known World, east of N'Ghai and north of the Cannibal Sands and the Grey Waste. The Thousand Islands are found north of the grim, grey forest.[1][2]

Culture

Mossovy is said to be a cold and dark land of shapechangers and demon hunters. It is unknown what lies beyond, although some septons claim the world ends beyond the forest.[3]

History

Sarnori ships sailed as east as Far Mossovy in the height of their power.[4]

Upon revealing to Alyssa Velaryon and Rogar Baratheon that she had wed her brother, King Jaehaerys I Targaryen, in 49 AC, Alysanne Targaryen remarked that even if she was sent to the ends of the earth and forced to marry "the King of Mossovy or the Lord of the Grey Waste", she would still find her way back to her new husband.[5]

References

  1. The Lands of Ice and Fire, The Known World.
  2. George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire, Mossovy.
  3. The World of Ice & Fire, Beyond the Free Cities: East of Ib.
  4. The World of Ice & Fire, Beyond the Free Cities: The Grasslands.
  5. Fire & Blood, The Year of the Three Brides - 49 AC.