- Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 20-25hrs
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 (Utilize multiple saves)
- Number of missable achievements: 31 (Red Priest of R'hllor OR Sworn Brother, Disciplinarian, Know your place, Man of the people, End of the line, Bloodhound, Once more unto the breach, Am I not merciful?, Desecration, The butcher comes to dinner, 'Tis but a scratch!, Switft and deadly, Unrivaled strategist, Quiet as a shadow, Lesser of two evils, My darkest hour, The true face of the Spider, Thorough, The Greatest, Endless watch, Collector, Pimp, Devout follower, Fetch!, R'hllor sees all, Great teamwork, Warlord, Master-at-arms, Master of light and flame, Clever Dog.)
- Do cheat codes disable achievements?: No cheat codes
- Does difficulty affect achievements?: No
- Glitchy achievements: None
- Unobtainable achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed? : No
In Game of Thrones, you will follow the paths of two intertwining characters, a member of the Night's Watch: Mors Westford, and a Red Priest by the name of Alester Sarwyk. Their tales run in parallel to one another, as well as play a part in the grander scheme of the first book and season of the Game of Thrones. Their adventures take them from the Wall, to King's Landing, and everywhere in between as they fight for their own causes. Each character will be given a number of game changing moral choices and interactions with other characters to alternate the outcome of the game as a whole. Whether either of them make the right decision in the end, is entirely up you.
To make the entire ordeal of playing this game less stressful, set the game to Squire (doesn't affect achievements) so you can easily make it through the game without anyone dying and easily finishing every quest. Once that is complete, be sure to read through the list of achievements up until the start of Chapter 2. (The forum contains this same guide with the achievements reordered into chapter sequential order) I divided the guide in a way that will allow you to read through what you need to do for each achievement, in each chapter to keep the spoiling of the story to a minimum, and also more effectively eliminate the chances of missing any of the many, many, missable achievements. As a whole, I would recommend saving a different save at the beginning of each chapter, saving often over multiple other saves, and saving before many of the achievements that require you to make a choice, or do something in a certain way.
[x360a would like to thank Shiftie for this roadmap]