Despite being the smallest of all the other kingdoms, the Westerlands have become been a forerunner in entrepreneurship in recent times. It’s still one of the wealthiest, with Lannisport being the biggest city and port in Westeros. The coastline provides some of the most sought-after real estate, while inland in the mountains are small towns that were left behind when all the gold and silver were formally mined. Now the name of the game is technology corporations and manufacturers.
Not quite North, not quite South, a little bit of both and yet neither at all. As its always been, The Neck is still a very isolated part of the mainland of Westeros. It was never a desired place for industry and is mostly used as a link between the North and the Riverlands. There is still a large connection to the old ways in the people and its rumored that green-seeing is still prevalent amongst few of its citizens. There is still a stigma attached to the crannogmen, unfortunately. Their culture, which is still a mystery to most, is seen as uncivilized by the South. And because Greywater Watch could never be found, even still, there was never a major attempt to force assimilation by the Southern kingdoms. Their allegiance is to the North, as they’re respected and allowed to keep their customs as the see fit.
Like the Vale, the Reach is one of the most prosperous kingdoms. Over time, the Citadel expanded and is now home to the largest institutions of higher learning that is no longer exclusive to men. Tourism is a major factor, thanks to the Tyrell’s large chain of hotels and resorts. It is still home to some of the most fertile farm land which supplies many of the other kingdoms with varying fruits, vegetables, and grains. As seriously as the Reach took the tourneys of old, so it does new fields of athletics and is the dream destination for all aspiring competitors. There is a sense of pride in everything that is done here.