Building events in Game of Thrones are a way to dramatically grow your power and influence within the Seven Kingdoms. Typically, a character must reach a certain level before he or she can begin a major event, such as a building event or quest. This is referred to as the Westerlands level and is based on how much influence the character has throughout the story. When you reach the level, you will be able to start a major event. These events are not like the regular events that you do at the higher levels; they have special rules associated with them.
The basic idea behind these events is that you start with a major event like a castle build, then a series of smaller events occur. If you send someone into the game with a major event chain, like a wildfire happening, then that person becomes stronger. When they defeat an enemy character or accomplish some other goal, they earn points. They can also receive gifts from the King or Queen if they reach the number of gold.
Different Event Chains
There are two different event chains that you need to understand when it comes to Game of Thrones. The first is the direct event chain, which simply means that the player is responsible for all of the actions that their character takes throughout the event chain sequence. For example, if you send your character onto the shore with a wildfire, then that character has to defeat an enemy character, then fight another, and then another. All of this happens in the order that you have played it.
Second Event Chain
The second event chain, called the indirect event chain, is just the opposite. In this case, you have to wait for certain conditions to arise before your character can take an action. For example, if a character is sent to the shore with a wildfire but has to wait for winter to pass, then they cannot do anything. Only then can they build a camp and eventually build a castle to support it. This type of event chain is often used for something like a cultural takeover, where there is an impending famine in a region controlled by House Martell.
Final Event Chain
The final event chains that you must know about are the indirect events. These are generally not very interesting because they do not tell a complete story. These events include things like the following:
o Building an opinion toward one of your characters. For each building event that you have in the game, there is a build opinion toward your character. This helps to determine what actions your character will take, whether good or bad. In the case of the Game of Thrones conquest building event, for each of the characters involved, you build an opinion toward whichever character has the highest rating.
o Using the events to set up subplots for your character’s personality. For example, if you have a character who is always kind but does not have any friends, you can use this event chain sequence to suggest that your character is not so nice. This could lead to conversations with people who you would not otherwise talk to about your character. However, if you have your personality already planned out, you may simply use this event chain sequence to show how your character reacts to certain situations.
A lot of players are used to using the George R.R. Martin event chain, and while it can be used in A Song of Ice and Fire, it cannot be used in the Game of Thrones TV show. However, you can still get a similar effect by using the HBO Go series. The best part about this is that you will be introduced to your character before you get to see much of him in the show. The other great part about this event chain sequence is that it ties in with the later events of the books. This will allow you to see what happens to your character before his story is told in the books.