Westworld Wiki

What are we doing in Park Four?

Bernard Lowe to Ashley Stubbs, in "The Winter Line"

"Fantasyworld" is the presumed name for Park Four at Delos Destinations. It appears to be based around a fantasy version of Medieval Europe, with at least one host that resembles a dragon.


Little is known about this Park - the name is speculation.

In Season 3, Episode 2 "The Winter Line", Bernard Lowe and Ashley Stubbs enter Park Four's "back stage" area looking for Maeve Millay. As they pass by they see several Hosts dressed in traditional Medieval European garb and encounter two techs and a host designed in the image of a dragon.

When Bernard and Stubbs are found by Security, Stubbs takes an axe and kills several of the Security Personnel; he lets the last man go and he and Bernard leave.


  • Possibly many human hosts
  • At least one dragon host


  • The original film, Westworld, contained a park called Medievalworld, which was one of the main featured attractions alongside Romanworld, Futureworld, and Westworld. Medievalworld was the second most featured park with scenes of a guest fighting and losing a sword duel to the Black Knight and in the climax, the protagonist making it to Medievalworld to evade the Man in Black.
    • In the past, Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy have said that the current TV series will not have a Medievalworld. [1]This however seems to have changed.
  • While Westworld, Shogunworld, Warworld, and The Raj are all based on actual historical periods of human history with nods to specific storytelling genres, Park Four seems to be more so based on the genre of Medieval Fantasy given the appearance of a Dragon Host. It is also not shown which European culture the park is based on and is likely to be a blend of more than one.
  • The Dragon Host is Drogon, one of three dragons from HBO's series "Game of Thrones". The two techs who appear with Drogon are portrayed by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss the writers and showrunners of the show, a medieval fantasy epic.
    • G.R.R. Martin, the author of the "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels on which "Game of Thrones" is based, voiced his blessing years earlier for HBO and Westworld to make a Medieval World. Johnathan Nolan and Lisa Joy initially stated they didn't want to make a Game of Thrones theme park out of respect to Martin.