In Game of Thrones S07E04 "The Spoils of War", Toward the end of the episode, some of the Lannister and Tarly soldiers, Jaime, Bronn and Dickon Tarly find themselves in a field -

- which ends up being a battlefield between them and Daenerys' Dothraki horde, as well as her dragon, Drogon.

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Where exactly are they?

1 Answer 1


They are in Roseroad

The Roseroad is a major highway in the Seven Kingdoms, second in size only to the Kingsroad. It connects the two largest cities in the realm, King's Landing and Oldtown, via Highgarden, the seat of House Tyrell.

Form heavy.com :

The battle itself takes place right outside of King’s Landing, before they crossed the Blackwater Rush. We know this because Tarly said to Jamie, before Dany attacked: “All the gold’s safely through the gates of King’s Landing.” Then Tarly spoke about needing to also bring the last of the wagons (carrying grain) over the Blackwater Rush.

Below is the map:

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Wikipedia also say the same:

On the Roseroad


As the caravan approaches King's Landing, the Lannisters and Tarlys are attacked by Daenerys, riding Drogon and leading her horde of Dothraki.


So they are on Roseroad near to King's Landing.

  • 8
    So ... here? Aug 7, 2017 at 7:37
  • 4
    might be.......
    – Ankit Sharma
    Aug 7, 2017 at 8:04
  • @GhotiandChips: It seems most likely, as they weren't in a forest, but seemed to be really close to Blackwater Rush (which is the bridge across the water, I assume from this answer).
    – Flater
    Aug 8, 2017 at 11:26
  • wikia claim it's near to Mander river @Flater and thisisinsider also thinks same
    – Ankit Sharma
    Aug 8, 2017 at 11:43
  • @AnkitSharma: I yield to people who know more about it than me (I haven't read the books), but it seems a bit weird to call that crossing "the Blackwater Rush". The Mander doesn't even flow towards Blackwater Bay. Your quote from heavy.com also says "right outside of King’s Landing", and I would not consider the crossing at Bitterbridge to be near King's Landing, let alone right outside it.
    – Flater
    Aug 8, 2017 at 11:59

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