Hey so I was wondering if the Ironborn castles have godswood castles I can't find any reference to it, and I can see why they wouldn't with the first men of the isles never taking up the old gods, thus that traditional never being established like it was in the south, which the Andals carried on. However, Harrenhal has a godswood, so I am not sure. If you know or have thoughts would be appreciated to know.
"These cold, wet, windswept islands were never well forested, and their thin soil did not support the growth of weirwoods. No giants ever made their homes here, nor did the children of the forest walk what woods there were. The old gods worshiped by these elder races were likewise absent. -"The Iron Islands", WOIAF
This would also partially explain why Harrenhal does have one; it can grow there, and it was what you're supposed to do.
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