A feast for crows, p.69
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       A Feast for Crows, p.69

         Part #4 of A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin
 

  — MYRIELLE LANNISTER, Cersei’s cousin and Cerenna’s sister, daughter of her uncle Stafford,

  — SER DAVEN LANNISTER, her cousin, Stafford’s son,

  — SER DAMION LANNISTER, a more distant cousin, m. Shiera Crakehall,

  — SER LUCION LANNISTER, their son,

  — LANNA, their daughter, m. Lord Antario Jast,

  — LADY MARGOT, a cousin still more distant, m. Lord Titus Peake,

  — King Tommen’s small council:

  —{LORD TYWIN LANNISTER}, Hand of the King,

  — SER JAIME LANNISTER, Lord Commander of the Kingsguard,

  — SER KEVAN LANNISTER, master of laws,

  — VARYS, a eunuch, master of whisperers,

  — GRAND MAESTER PYCELLE, counselor and healer,

  — LORD MACE TYRELL, LORD MATHIS ROWAN, LORD PAXTER REDWYNE, counselors,

  — Tommen’s Kingsguard:

  — SER JAIME LANNISTER, Lord Commander,

  — SER MERYN TRANT,

  — SER BOROS BLOUNT, removed and thence restored,

  — SER BALON SWANN,

  — SER OSMUND KETTLEBLACK,

  — SER LORAS TYRELL, the Knight of Flowers,

  — SER ARYS OAKHEART, with Princess Myrcella in Dorne,

  — Cersei’s household at King’s Landing:

  — LADY JOCELYN SWYFT, her companion,

  — SENELLE and DORCAS, her bedmaids and servingwomen,

  — LUM, RED LESTER, HOKE, called HORSELEG, SHORT-EAR, and PUCKENS, guardsmen,

  — QUEEN MARGAERY of House Tyrell, a maid of sixteen, widowed bride of King Joffrey I Baratheon and of Lord Renly Baratheon before him,

  — Margaery’s court at King’s Landing:

  — MACE TYRELL, Lord of Highgarden, her father

  — LADY ALERIE of House Hightower, her mother,

  — LADY OLENNA TYRELL, her grandmother, an aged widow called THE QUEEN OF THORNS,

  — ARRYK and ERRYK, Lady Olenna’s guards, twins seven feet tall called LEFT and RIGHT,

  — SER GARLAN TYRELL, Margaery’s brother, THE GALLANT,

  — his wife, LADY LEONETTE of House Fossoway,

  — SER LORAS TYRELL, her youngest brother, the Knight of Flowers, a Sworn Brother of the Kingsguard,

  — Margaery’s lady companions:

  — her cousins, MEGGA, ALLA, and ELINOR TYRELL,

  — Elinor’s betrothed, ALYN AMBROSE, squire,

  — LADY ALYSANNE BULWER, a girl of eight,

  — MEREDYTH CRANE, called MERRY,

  — LADY TAENA MERRYWEATHER,

  — LADY ALYCE GRACEFORD,

  — SEPTA NYSTERICA, a sister of the Faith,

  — PAXTER REDWYNE, Lord of the Arbor,

  — his twin sons, SER HORAS and SER HOBBER,

  — MAESTER BALLABAR, his healer and counselor,

  — MATHIS ROWAN, Lord of Goldengrove,

  — SER WILLAM WYTHERS, Margaery’s captain of guards,

  — HUGH CLIFTON, a handsome young guardsman,

  — SER PORTIFER WOODWRIGHT and his brother, SER LUCANTINE,

  — Cersei’s court at King’s Landing:

  — SER OSFRYD KETTLEBLACK and SER OSNEY KETTLEBLACK, younger brothers to Ser Osmund Kettleblack,

  — SER GREGOR CLEGANE, called THE MOUNTAIN THAT RIDES, dying painfully of a poisoned wound,

  — SER ADDAM MARBRAND, Commander of the City Watch of King’s Landing (the “gold cloaks”),

  — JALABHAR XHO, Prince of the Red Flower Vale, an exile from the Summer Isles,

  — GYLES ROSBY, Lord of Rosby, troubled by a cough,

  — ORTON MERRYWEATHER, Lord of Longtable,

  — TAENA, his wife, a woman of Myr,

  — LADY TANDA STOKEWORTH,

  — LADY FALYSE, her elder daughter and heir,

  — SER BALMAN BYRCH, Lady Falyse’s husband,

  — LADY LOLLYS, her younger daughter, great with child but weak of wit,

  — SER BRONN OF THE BLACKWATER, Lady Lollys’s husband, a former sellsword,

  —{SHAE}, a camp follower serving as Lollys’s bedmaid, strangled in Lord Tywin’s bed,

  — MAESTER FRENKEN, in Lady Tanda’s service,

  — SER ILYN PAYNE, the King’s Justice, a headsman,

  — RENNIFER LONGWATERS, chief undergaoler of the Red Keep’s dungeons,

  — RUGEN, undergaoler for the black cells,

  — LORD HALLYNE THE PYROMANCER, a Wisdom of the Guild of Alchemists,

  — NOHO DIMITTIS, envoy from the Iron Bank of Braavos,

  — QYBURN, a necromancer, once a maester of the Citadel, more recently of the Brave Companions,

  — MOON BOY, the royal jester and fool,

  — PATE, a lad of eight, King Tommen’s whipping boy,

  — ORMOND OF OLDTOWN, the royal harper and bard,

  — SER MARK MULLENDORE, who lost a monkey and half an arm in the Battle of the Blackwater,

  — AURANE WATERS, the Bastard of Driftmark,

  — LORD ALESANDER STAEDMON, called PENNYLOVER,

  — SER RONNET CONNINGTON, called RED RONNET, the Knight of Griffin’s Roost,

  — SER LAMBERT TURNBERRY, SER DERMOT OF THE RAINWOOD, SER TALLAD called THE TALL, SER BAYARD NORCROSS, SER BONIFER HASTY called BONIFER THE GOOD, SER HUGO VANCE, knights sworn to the Iron Throne,

  — SER LYLE CRAKEHALL called STRONGBOAR, SER ALYN STACKSPEAR, SER JON BETTLEY called BEARDLESS JON, SER STEFFON SWYFT, SER HUMFREY SWYFT, knights sworn to Casterly Rock,

  — JOSMYN PECKLEDON, a squire and hero of the Blackwater,

  — GARRETT PAEGE and LEW PIPER, squires and hostages,

  — the people of King’s Landing:

  — THE HIGH SEPTON, Father of the Faithful, Voice of the Seven on Earth, an old man and frail,

  — SEPTON TORBERT, SEPTON RAYNARD, SEPTON LUCEON, SEPTON OLLIDOR, of the Most Devout, serving the Seven at the Great Sept of Baelor,

  — SEPTA MOELLE, SEPTA AGLANTINE, SEPTA HELICENT, SEPTA UNELLA, of the Most Devout, serving the Seven at the Great Sept of Baelor,

  — the “sparrows,” the humblest of men, fierce in their piety,

  — CHATAYA, proprietor of an expensive brothel,

  — ALAYAYA, her daughter,

  — DANCY, MAREI, two of Chataya’s girls,

  — BRELLA, a servingwoman, lately in the service of Lady Sansa Stark,

  — TOBHO MOTT, a master armorer,

  — HAMISH THE HARPER, an aged singer,

  — ALARIC OF EYSEN, a singer, far-traveled,

  — WAT, a singer, styling himself THE BLUE BARD,

  — SER THEODAN WELLS, a pious knight, later called SER THEODAN THE TRUE.

  King Tommen’s banner shows the crowned stag of Baratheon, black on gold, and the lion of Lannister, gold on crimson, combatant.

  THE KING AT THE WALL

  STANNIS BARATHEON, the First of His Name, second son of Lord Steffon Baratheon and Lady Cassana of House Estermont, Lord of Dragonstone, styling himself King of Westeros,

  — QUEEN SELYSE of House Florent, his wife, presently at Eastwatch-by-the-Sea,

  — PRINCESS SHIREEN, their daughter, a girl of eleven,

  — PATCHFACE, Shireen’s lackwit fool,

  — EDRIC STORM, his bastard nephew, King Robert’s son by Lady Delena Florent, a boy of twelve, sailing the narrow sea on the Mad Prendos,

  — SER ANDREW ESTERMONT, King Stannis’s cousin, a king’s man, commanding Edric’s escort,

  — SER GERALD GOWER, LEWYS called THE FISHWIFE, SER TRISTON OF TALLY HILL, OMER BLACKBERRY, king’s men, Edric’s guards and protectors,

  — Stannis’s court at Castle Black:

  — LADY MELISANDRE OF ASSHAI, called THE RED WOMAN, a priestess of R’hllor, the Lord of Light,

  — MANCE RAYDER, King-Beyond-the-Wall, a captive condemned to death,

  — Rayder’s son by his wife {DALLA}, a newborn as yet unnamed, “the wildling prince,”

  — GILLY, the babe’s wet nurse, a wildling girl,

  — her son,
another newborn as yet unnamed, fathered by her father {CRASTER},

  — SER RICHARD HORPE, SER JUSTIN MASSEY, SER CLAYTON SUGGS, SER GODRY FARRING, called GIANTSLAYER, LORD HARWOOD FELL, SER CORLISS PENNY, queen’s men and knights,

  — DEVAN SEAWORTH and BRYEN FARRING, royal squires,

  — Stannis’s court at Eastwatch-by-the-Sea:

  — SER DAVOS SEAWORTH, called THE ONION KNIGHT, Lord of the Rainwood, Admiral of the Narrow Sea, and Hand of the King,

  — SER AXELL FLORENT, Queen Selyse’s uncle, foremost of the queen’s men,

  — SALLADHAR SAAN of Lys, a pirate and sellsail, master of the Valyrian and a fleet of galleys,

  — Stannis’s garrison at Dragonstone:

  — SER ROLLAND STORM, called THE BASTARD OF NIGHTSONG, a king’s man, castellan of Dragonstone,

  — MAESTER PYLOS, healer, tutor, counselor,

  —“PORRIDGE” and “LAMPREY,” two gaolers,

  — lords sworn to Dragonstone:

  — MONTERYS VELARYON, Lord of the Tides and Master of Driftmark, a boy of six,

  — DURAM BAR EMMON, Lord of Sharp Point, a boy of fifteen years,

  — Stannis’s garrison at Storm’s End:

  — SER GILBERT FARRING, castellan of Storm’s End,

  — LORD ELWOOD MEADOWS, Ser Gilbert’s second,

  — MAESTER JURNE, Ser Gilbert’s counselor and healer,

  — lords sworn to Storm’s End:

  — ELDON ESTERMONT, Lord of Greenstone, uncle to King Stannis, great uncle to King Tommen, a cautious friend to both,

  — SER AEMON, Lord Eldon’s son and heir, with King Tommen in King’s Landing,

  — SER ALYN, Ser Aemon’s son, likewise with King Tommen in King’s Landing,

  — SER LOMAS, brother of Lord Eldon, uncle and supporter of King Stannis, at Storm’s End,

  — SER ANDREW, Ser Lomas’s son, protecting Edric Storm upon the narrow sea,

  — LESTER MORRIGEN, Lord of Crows Nest,

  — LORD LUCOS CHYTTERING, called LITTLE LUCOS, a youth of sixteen,

  — DAVOS SEAWORTH, Lord of the Rainwood,

  — MARYA, his wife, a carpenter’s daughter,

  —{DALE, ALLARD, MATTHOS, MARIC}, their four eldest sons, lost in the Battle of the Blackwater,

  — DEVAN, a squire with King Stannis at Castle Black,

  — STANNIS, a boy of ten years, with Lady Marya on Cape Wrath,

  — STEFFON, a boy of six years, with Lady Marya on Cape Wrath.

  Stannis has taken for his banner the fiery heart of the Lord of Light; a red heart surrounded by orange flames upon a yellow field. Within the heart is the crowned stag of House Baratheon, in black.

  KING OF THE ISLES AND THE NORTH

  The Greyjoys of Pyke claim descent from the Grey King of the Age of Heroes. Legend says the Grey King ruled the sea itself and took a mermaid to wife. Aegon the Dragon ended the line of the last King of the Iron Islands, but allowed the ironborn to revive their ancient custom and choose who should have the primacy among them. They chose Lord Vickon Greyjoy of Pyke. The Greyjoy sigil is a golden kraken upon a black field. Their words are We Do Not Sow.

  Balon Greyjoy’s first rebellion against the Iron Throne was put down by King Robert I Baratheon and Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell, but in the chaos following Robert’s death Lord Balon named himself king once more, and sent his ships to attack the north.

  {BALON GREYJOY}, the Ninth of His Name Since the Grey King, King of the Iron Islands and the North, King of Salt and Rock, Son of the Sea Wind, and Lord Reaper of Pyke, killed in a fall,

  — King Balon’s widow, QUEEN ALANNYS, of House Harlaw,

  — their children:

  —{RODRIK}, slain during Balon’s first rebellion,

  —{MARON}, slain during Balon’s first rebellion,

  — ASHA, their daughter, captain of the Black Wind and conquerer of Deepwood Motte,

  — THEON, styling himself the Prince of Winterfell, called by northmen THEON TURNCLOAK,

  — King Balon’s brothers and half brothers:

  —{HARLON}, died of greyscale in his youth,

  —{QUENTON}, died in infancy,

  —{DONEL}, died in infancy,

  — EURON, called Crow’s Eye, captain of the Silence,

  — VICTARION, Lord Captain of the Iron Fleet, master of the Iron Victory,

  —{URRIGON}, died of a wound gone bad,

  — AERON, called DAMPHAIR, a priest of the Drowned God,

  — RUS and NORJEN, two of his acolytes, the “drowned men,”

  —{ROBIN}, died in infancy,

  — King Balon’s household on Pyke:

  — MAESTER WENDAMYR, healer and counselor,

  — HELYA, keeper of the castle,

  — King Balon’s warriors and sworn swords:

  — DAGMER called CLEFTJAW, captain of Foamdrinker, commanding the ironborn at Torrhen’s Square,

  — BLUETOOTH, a longship captain,

  — ULLER, SKYTE, oarsmen and warriors,

  — CLAIMANTS TO THE SEASTONE CHAIR AT THE KINGSMOOT ON OLD WYK

  GYLBERT FARWYND, Lord of the Lonely Light,

  — Gylbert’s champions: his sons GYLES, YGON, YOHN,

  ERIK IRONMAKER, called ERIK ANVIL-BREAKER and ERIK THE JUST, an old man, once a famed captain and raider,

  — Erik’s champions: his grandsons UREK, THORMOR, DAGON,

  DUNSTAN DRUMM, The Drumm, the Bone Hand, Lord of Old Wyk,

  — Dunstan’s champions: his sons DENYS and DONNEL, and ANDRIK THE UNSMILING, a giant of a man,

  ASHA GREYJOY, only daughter of Balon Greyjoy, captain of the Black Wind,

  — Asha’s champions: QARL THE MAID, TRISTIFER BOTLEY, and SER HARRAS HARLAW

  — Asha’s captains and supporters: LORD RODRIK HARLAW, LORD BAELOR BLACKTYDE, LORD MELDRED MERLYN, HARMUND SHARP

  VICTARION GREYJOY, brother to Balon Greyjoy, master of the Iron Victory and Lord Captain of the Iron Fleet,

  — Victarion’s champions: RED RALF STONEHOUSE, RALF THE LIMPER, and NUTE THE BARBER,

  — Victarion’s captains and supporters: HOTHO HARLAW, ALVYN SHARP, FRALEGG THE STRONG, ROMNY WEAVER, WILL HUMBLE, LITTLE LENWOOD TAWNEY, RALF KENNING, MARON VOLMARK, GOROLD GOODBROTHER,

  — Victarion’s crewmen: WULF ONE-EAR, RAGNOR PYKE

  — Victarion’s bedmate, a certain dusky woman, mute and tongueless, a gift from his brother Euron,

  EURON GREYJOY, called THE CROW’S EYE, brother to Balon Greyjoy and captain of the Silence,

  — Euron’s champions: GERMUND BOTLEY, LORD ORKWOOD OF ORKMONT, DONNOR SALTCLIFFE

  — Euron’s captains and supporters: TORWOLD BROWNTOOTH, PINCHFACE JON MYRE, RODRIK FREEBORN, THE RED OARSMAN, LEFT-HAND LUCAS CODD, QUELLON HUMBLE, HARREN HALF-HOARE, KEMMETT PYKE THE BASTARD, QARL THE THRALL, STONEHAND, RALF THE
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