I went looking for a link but our Actual Play posts went down with the ship on the original BW Forum site (as far as I can tell). I’m not sure how useful it would have been anyway, since it was each week’s session transformed into fiction format - not a ton of mechanics or how we achieved the stuff in the story. I have all 230 pages of those threads stashed away in my Google Drive, so if you want it, send me a DM and I can share the link.
We had three PC’s, two of which appeared throughout the entire campaign, one which died part way through and was replaced by both another player and his related character. They were:
Raemos: Mindnumbing Labor, Drunk, Tough as Nails, Brutal, World Weary
A Dornish sergeant in the forces of House Falon, dedicated to protecting the city of Steel Hill.
Born City → Laborer → Guard → Foot Soldier → Sergeant
Brindell: Fearless, Academic, Insomniac, Righteous
A Dornish lorekeeper who came to Steel Hill to ride with House Falon’s forces and record events.
Born City → Page → Student → Chronicler
Kemlin Vargo: Reincarnated, Dreamer, Rabble Rouser, Road Weary, Alms Taker
A Sarcosan peasant haunted by terrible dreams and convinced by hidden priests of the forgotten gods that was he was a reincarnated paladin. He went to Steel Hill to fulfill his destiny as the “last paladin” in a world where there are no gods.
Born Peasant → Pilgrim → Cultist → Ranger → Scout
Brindell died in what I would describe as the most brutal, excruciating scene that I have ever witnessed in 30 years of gaming and was eventually replaced with a Dornish storyteller and bard, named Skeld but I seem to have lost his character BITs. There was a lot of great moments (sieges, betrayals, beloved NPC deaths, character sacrifices, Duel of Wits with a Night King) and it ultimately was the rock against which our gaming group was shattered - we could never play anything after that which seemed to compare or matter and we eventually went our separate ways. One guy has never played an RPG ever again. True story.