《权力的游戏》(Game of Thrones)家族财富排行榜 - 小众知识

《权力的游戏》(Game of Thrones)家族财富排行榜

2013年01月27日 14:18:05 苏内容
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《冰与火之歌.权力的游戏》(Game of Thrones) 中维斯特洛大陆上硝烟渐起,都知道打仗不仅需要军队,还需要大笔不笔的银子,掌握着财政大权的王国和家族很可能掌握着战争胜负的关键。在《冰与火之歌》(A Song of Ice and Fire) 的世界中,哪个家族最有钱?来跟海报小编一起挖一挖各大家族的家底吧。

  首先,要来了解一下维斯特洛大陆的货币体系。

  最值钱的:金龙,面值约为30个银月,210个银鹿或者11760个铜币

  第二等:银月,面值7个银鹿,293个铜币

      银鹿,面值7个铜星,56个铜币



第三等:
铜星,面值8个铜币
铜麦,面值4个铜币
半铜麦,面值2个铜币
铜板,面值半个铜币

下文中各大家族的财富均以金龙为计量单位,其中涵盖了固定资产以及军队、土地收益等不定资产。


首富:Lannister家族

资产总额:60亿金龙
Lannister家族掌握着维斯特洛大陆上众多的金矿,这让他的家族积累了大量的财富。Lannister的首领Tywin Lannister心机深沉,担任首相的他翻手为云覆手为雨,能把国王玩弄于鼓掌之中,为家族囤下大量金钱绝非难事。


第二名:Tyrell家族
资产总额:29亿金龙

  居住在河湾地的Tyrell家族堪称是维斯特洛大陆七大王国中第二富有的。河湾地区土壤肥沃,是正片大陆上最重要的农作物的产地,这点从小玫瑰为了后位来到君临城带来的东西就可窥得一二。而强大的农业基础也让Tyrell家族有能力拥有整片大陆上数量最多的军队。



第三名:Daenerys Targaryan
资产总额:2亿2千7百万金龙

  龙妈的财富不是以金山银山的形式存在,而是她手下的两大王牌:8600名英勇铁血的士兵,以及3只正在成长中的巨龙。如果把这些战士和龙折成金银,龙妈绝对是《权力的游戏》中拥有财富最多的人之一。


第四名:Petyr Baelish

  资产总额:3470万金龙

  Petyr Baelish堪称是从不起眼的小人物奋斗称举足轻重的大人物的代表,还掌握着维斯特洛大陆上相当客观的一部分财产。他管理着国王的金库,对整个国家的财政状况了如指掌,还拥有至少3个“绅士俱乐部”,这都为他积累大量财富创造了机会。



第五名:Martell家族

资产总额:2500万金龙

  Martell家族统治着Dorne,这也是维斯特洛大陆上的一部分,有“红毒蛇”这样一个不好惹的人,想必这家子的经济状况也不错。Lannister家惹上麻烦咯。

 



第六名:Arryn家族

资产总额:2300万金龙

  Arryn家族虽然因为不少事故而表现得很低调,但仍是维斯特洛大陆上相当重要的一个家族。



第七名:Baratheon家族

资产总额:2000万金龙

  虽然这个家族坐在铁王座上,但Robert Baratheon向Lannister家族和铁金库借了大概600万金龙,用以享受奢华的生活。从这一点来看,Baratheons家族的财政状况确实不怎么样。



第八名:Greyjoy家族

资产总额:1700万金龙

  Greyjoy家族的地理环境实在不怎么样,即便强抢豪夺,也弄不到多少钱。



第九名:Stark家族

资产总额:1000万金龙

  你没看错,大名鼎鼎的Stark家族其实很穷!虽然坐拥北境的大片土地,但那里实在是冷得寸草不生。Stark家还要驻守长城,这难道不需要花银子吗?虽然不富裕,但Stark家的正派还是让很多小家族追随他们。



第十名:铁金库

之所以把他们放在第十位,其实是因为没人知道他们有多少钱。他们曾经借给Robert Baratheon一笔不菲的金龙,从《冰与火之歌》中透露的点点滴滴来看,他们有可能比排名第一的Lannister家族还有钱!虽然他们现在位于狭海对面,但依然对维斯特洛大陆有着举足轻重的影响。有多少人欠了他们的钱?一旦他们开始讨债,会产生怎样的影响呢?


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adamwhitehead 7 months ago

The North and the Starks must be worth considerably more than the Iron Islands and Stormlands, maybe both combined. The North has a city and silver mines, whilst the others have neither, and the North has a larger population and more natural resources than either (and again, maybe both combined). The Stormlands are described as poor, whilst the Iron Islands' riches come from raiding rather than trade, and thus their income is more fragmented and unpredictable.

I'd put the Tyrells a bit closer to the Lannisters as well. The Tyrells' population is massive (at least twice and maybe as much as three times that of the Westerlands), they have a city that dwarfs Lannisport and many more towns, castles and villages, as well as controlling a huge amount of trade across the southern half of the continent. The Lannisters' mines are immense, but they'll eventually run dry whilst the Tyrells' riches are based on their people, a resource that will likely keep growing unless they are substantially affected by war.

Revolution of Eva 7 months ago
This is filled with blatant errors or wild guesses. The first basic step is determining a conversion rate - you mention in a footnote that you consider 1 Gold Dragon to equal 1 cow.....and provide no citation or justification whatsoever. You picked it at random. In fact, in the books, Tyrion remarks that food prices are skyrocketing in the markets of King's Landing, as 1 Gold Dragon can now buy only one side of beef or six skinny piglets - this is considered shockingly expensive wartime deprivation. So it stands to reason that one whole cow is actually worth *multiple* Gold Dragons....throwing off all of your figures.

Next, you blindly guessed that Tywin Lannister is worth 12 million, assuming he has up to 2 million in reserve. In fact, a major plotline coming up from the books in Season 4 is that the Lannisters are finally running out of money. Robert can't pay back the 3 million they loaned him, while they owe the Iron Bank 2 million and the Faith of the Seven 1 million. In the books, *tywin cannot pay either of them back* and this creates all sorts of political problems. So it would appear that Tywin doesn't have 3 million in reserve. Rather, the 3 million he lent to Robert was well over half of his total wealth - and, at this point, that debt exists only on paper and won't be paid back (given that the Lannisters control the throne).....so should we really count it as money he possesses anymore?

Next....it is flat-out absurd to compare the Reach to Cornwall. Why? Why did you pick Cornwall and not Northumberland or Kent? What was the rationale here? You do realize that *Westeros is a continent, not a country*. The constituent regions of the "Seven Kingdoms" used to be seven, independent kingdoms....each the size of a real-life European medieval country. *The Reach is the size of France*, not Cornwall. So your guesswork on their relative worth is groundless. "At least four times the size of Cornwall" -- why not three times? Why not five times larger? You're making up numbers with no basis in reality. We do know that they can field an army of about 60-100,000 well armed men - twice as much as any one other kingdom, including the Lannisters (who can only field 30,000, though they are well-equipped).

Your estimation of how much *Kraznys of Yunkai* was willing to pay for a dragon is rational enough, based on the stated worth of Unsullied.....but Dragons are *theoretically priceless*. Just because this is what Krazyns was willing to pay doesn't mean it's what they're actually worth. The only reason he paid 8,000 and not 9,000 Unsullied is because Daenerys's price was "all the Unsullied he has" - and she was only willing (well, pretending) to part with ONE dragon. She can't very well sell half of a dragon to make the ratios match. So if anything, a single dragon is worth considerably MORE than a full army of 8,000 Unsullied. You also ignore that she now has money from the sack of Astapor and Yunkai.

The numbers you made up for the Greyjoys, Martells, and Arryns were pure guesswork, you didn't even provide a rationale. The Greyjoys worth 17 million? Why not 10 million?

And again, you don't differentiate that the Baratheons have been torn apart by the war: The Iron Bank considers Joffrey to be "House Baratheon" because he heads the royal "House Baratheon of King's Landing". Stannis heads the remnant of the REAL House Baratheon, reformed around his cadet branch House Baratheon of Dragonstone.

Rest assured, Season 4 will give more information about the money situation, we'll see the Iron Bank.
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