A feast for crows, p.72
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       A Feast for Crows, p.72

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

  — SANDOR CLEGANE, his brother,

  — SER LORENT LORCH, a landed knight,

  — SER GARTH GREENFIELD, a landed knight,

  — SER LYMOND VIKARY, a landed knight,

  — SER RAYNARD RUTTIGER, a landed knight

  — SER MANFRYD YEW, a landed knight,

  — SER TYBOLT HETHERSPOON, a landed knight,

  —{MELARA HETHERSPOON}, his daughter, drowned in a well while a ward at Casterly Rock


  Dorne was the last of the Seven Kingdoms to swear fealty to the Iron Throne. Blood, custom, geography, and history all helped to set the Dornishmen apart from the other kingdoms. At the outbreak of the War of the Five Kings Dorne took no part, but when Myrcella Baratheon was betrothed to Prince Trystane, Sunspear declared its support for King Joffrey. The Martell banner is a red sun pierced by a golden spear. Their words are Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken.

  DORAN NYMEROS MARTELL, Lord of Sunspear, Prince of Dorne,

  — his wife, MELLARIO, of the Free City of Norvos,

  — their children:

  — PRINCESS ARIANNE, heir to Sunspear,

  — GARIN, Arianne’s milk brother and companion, of the orphans of the Greenblood,

  — PRINCE QUENTYN, a new-made knight, long fostered by Lord Yronwood of Yronwood,

  — PRINCE TRYSTANE, betrothed to Myrcella Baratheon,

  — Prince Doran’s siblings:

  —{PRINCESS ELIA, raped and murdered during the Sack of King’s Landing},

  —{RHAENYS TARGARYEN}, her young daughter, murdered during the Sack of King’s Landing,

  —{AEGON TARGARYEN}, a babe at the breast, murdered during the Sack of King’s Landing,

  —{PRINCE OBERYN}, called THE RED VIPER, slain by Ser Gregor Clegane during a trial by combat,

  — ELLARIA SAND, Prince Oberyn’s paramour, natural daughter of Lord Harmen Uller,

  — THE SAND SNAKES, Oberyn’s bastard daughters:

  — OBARA, eight-and-twenty, Oberyn’s daughter by an Oldtown whore,

  — NYMERIA, called LADY NYM, five-and-twenty, his daughter by a noblewoman of Volantis,

  — TYENE, three-and-twenty, Oberyn’s daughter by a septa,

  — SARELLA, nineteen, his daughter by a trader, captain of the Feathered Kiss,

  — ELIA, fourteen, his daughter by Ellaria Sand,

  — OBELLA, twelve, his daughter by Ellaria Sand,

  — DOREA, eight, his daughter by Ellaria Sand,

  — LOREZA, six, his daughter by Ellaria Sand,

  — Prince Doran’s court, at the Water Gardens:

  — AREO HOTAH, of Norvos, captain of the guards,

  — MAESTER CALEOTTE, counselor, healer, and tutor,

  — threescore children of both high and common birth, sons and daughters of lords, knights, orphans, merchants, craftsmen, and peasants, his wards,

  — Prince Doran’s court, at Sunspear:

  — PRINCESS MYRCELLA BARATHEON, his ward, betrothed to Prince Trystane,

  — SER ARYS OAKHEART, Myrcella’s sworn shield,

  — ROSAMUND LANNISTER, Myrcella’s bedmaid and companion, a distant cousin,

  — SEPTA EGLANTINE, Myrcella’s confessor,

  — MAESTER MYLES, counselor, healer, and tutor,

  — RICASSO, Seneschal at Sunspear, old and blind,

  — SER MANFREY MARTELL, castellan at Sunspear

  — LADY ALYSE LADYBRIGHT, lord treasurer,

  — SER GASCOYNE of the Greenblood, Prince Trystane’s sworn shield,

  — BORS and TIMOTH, serving men at Sunspear,

  — BELANDRA, CEDRA, the sisters MORRA and MELLEI, servingwomen at Sunspear,

  — Prince Doran’s bannermen, the Lords of Dorne:

  — ANDERS YRONWOOD, Lord of Yronwood, Warden of the Stone Way, the Bloodroyal,

  — SER CLETUS, his son, known for a lazy eye,

  — MAESTER KEDRY, healer, tutor, and counselor,

  — HARMEN ULLER, Lord of Hellholt,

  — ELLARIA SAND, his natural daughter,

  — SER ULWYCK ULLER, his brother,

  — DELONNE ALLYRION, Lady of Godsgrace,

  — SER RYON, her son and heir,

  — SER DAEMON SAND, Ryon’s natural son, the Bastard of Godsgrace,

  — DAGOS MANWOODY, Lord of Kingsgrave,

  — MORS and DICKON, his sons,

  — SER MYLES, his brother,

  — LARRA BLACKMONT, Lady of Blackmont,

  — JYNESSA, her daughter and heir,

  — PERROS, her son, a squire,

  — NYMELLA TOLAND, Lady of Ghost Hill,

  — QUENTYN QORGYLE, Lord of Sandstone,

  — SER GULIAN, his eldest son and heir

  — SER ARRON, his second son,

  — SER DEZIEL DALT, the Knight of Lemonwood,

  — SER ANDREY, his brother and heir, called DREY,

  — FRANKLYN FOWLER, Lord of Skyreach, called THE OLD HAWK, the Warden of the Prince’s Pass,

  — JEYNE and JENNELYN, his twin daughters,

  — SER SYMON SANTAGAR, the Knight of Spottswood,

  — SYLVA, his daughter and heir, called SPOTTED SYLVA for her freckles,

  — EDRIC DAYNE, Lord of Starfall, a squire,

  — SER GEROLD DAYNE, called DARKSTAR, the Knight of High Hermitage, his cousin and bannerman,

  — TREBOR JORDAYNE, Lord of the Tor,

  — MYRIA, his daughter and heir,

  — TREMOND GARGALEN, Lord of Salt Shore,

  — DAERON VAITH, Lord of the Red Dunes.


  The Starks trace their descent from Brandon the Builder and the Kings of Winter. For thousands of years, they ruled from Winterfell as Kings in the North, until Torrhen Stark, the King Who Knelt, chose to swear fealty to Aegon the Dragon rather than give battle. When Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell was executed by King Joffrey, the northmen foreswore their loyalty to the Iron Throne and proclaimed Lord Eddard’s son Robb as King in the North. During the War of the Five Kings, he won every battle, but was betrayed and murdered by the Freys and Boltons at the Twins during his uncle’s wedding.

  {ROBB STARK}, King in the North, King of the Trident, Lord of Winterfell, eldest son of Lord Eddard Stark and Lady Catelyn of House Tully, a youth of sixteen called THE YOUNG WOLF, murdered at the Red Wedding,

  —{GREY WIND}, his direwolf, killed at the Red Wedding,

  — his trueborn siblings:

  — SANSA, his sister, m. Tyrion of House Lannister,

  —{LADY}, her direwolf, killed at Castle Darry,

  — ARYA, a girl of eleven, missing and thought dead,

  — NYMERIA, her direwolf, prowling the riverlands,

  — BRANDON, called BRAN, a crippled boy of nine, heir to Winterfell, believed dead,

  — SUMMER, his direwolf,

  — Bran’s companions and protectors:

  — MEERA REED, a maid of sixteen, daughter of Lord Howland Reed of Greywater Watch,

  — JOJEN REED, her brother, thirteen,

  — HODOR, a simple boy, seven feet tall,

  — RICKON, a boy of four, believed dead,

  — SHAGGYDOG, his direwolf, black and savage,

  — Rickon’s companion, OSHA, a wildling once captive at Winterfell,

  — his bastard half brother, JON SNOW, of the Night’s Watch,

  — GHOST, Jon’s direwolf, white and silent,

  — Robb’s sworn swords:


  — HALLIS MOLLEN, captain of the guards, escorting Eddard Stark’s bones back to Winterfell,

  — JACKS, QUENT, SHADD, guardsmen,

  — Robb’s uncles and cousins:

  — BENJEN STARK, his father’s younger brother, lost ranging beyond the Wall, presumed dead,

  —{LYSA ARRYN}, his mother’s sister, Lady of the Eyrie, m. Lord Jon Arryn, slain with a shove,

  — their son, ROBERT ARRYN, Lord of the Eyrie
and Defender of the Vale, a sickly boy,

  — EDMURE TULLY, Lord of Riverrun, his mother’s brother, taken captive at the Red Wedding,

  — LADY ROSLIN, of House Frey, Edmure’s bride,

  — SER BRYNDEN TULLY, called THE BLACKFISH, his mother’s uncle, castellan of Riverrun,

  — the Young Wolf’s bannermen, the Lords of the North:

  — ROOSE BOLTON, Lord of the Dreadfort, the turncloak,

  —{DOMERIC}, his trueborn son and heir, died of a bad belly,

  — RAMSAY BOLTON (formerly RAMSAY SNOW), Roose’s natural son, called THE BASTARD OF BOLTON, castellan of the Dreadfort,

  — WALDER FREY and WALDER FREY, called BIG WALDER and LITTLE WALDER, Ramsay’s squires,

  —{REEK}, a man-at-arms infamous for his stench, slain while posing as Ramsay,

  —“ARYA STARK,” Lord Roose’s captive, a feigned girl betrothed to Ramsay,

  — WALTON called STEELSHANKS, Roose’s captain,

  — BETH CASSELL, KYRA, TURNIP, PALLA, BANDY, SHYRA, PALLA, and OLD NAN, women of Winterfell held captive at the Dreadfort,

  — JON UMBER, called THE GREATJON, Lord of the Last Hearth, a captive at the Twins,

  —{JON}, called THE SMALLJON, the Greatjon’s eldest son and heir, slain at the Red Wedding,

  — MORS called CROWFOOD, uncle to the Greatjon, castellan at the Last Hearth,

  — HOTHER called WHORESBANE, uncle to the Greatjon, likewise castellan at the Last Hearth,

  —{RICKARD KARSTARK}, Lord of Karhold, beheaded for treason and murder of prisoner,

  —{EDDARD}, his son, slain in the Whispering Wood,

  —{TORRHEN} his son, slain in the Whispering Wood,

  — HARRION, his son, a captive at Maidenpool,

  — ALYS, Lord Rickard’s daughter, a maid of fifteen,

  — Rickard’s uncle, ARNOLF, castellan of Karhold,

  — GALBART GLOVER, Master of Deepwood Motte, unwed,

  — ROBETT GLOVER, his brother and heir,

  — Robett’s wife, SYBELLE of House Locke,

  — their children:

  — GAWEN, a boy of three,

  — ERENA, a babe at the breast,

  — Galbart’s ward, LARENCE SNOW, natural son of {Lord Halys Hornwood}, a boy of thirteen,

  — HOWLAND REED, Lord of Greywater Watch, a crannogman,

  — his wife, JYANA, of the crannogmen,

  — their children:

  — MEERA, a young huntress,

  — JONJEN, a boy blessed with green sight,

  — WYMAN MANDERLY, Lord of White Harbor, vastly fat,

  — SER WYLIS MANDERLY, his eldest son and heir, very fat, a captive at Harrenhal,

  — Wylis’s wife, LEONA of House Woolfield,

  — WYNAFRYD, their daughter, a maid of nineteen years,

  — WYLLA, their daughter, a maid of fifteen,

  —{SER WENDEL MANDERLY}, his second son, slain at the Red Wedding,

  — SER MARLON MANDERLY, his cousin, commander of the garrison at White Harbor,

  — MAESTER THEOMORE, counselor, tutor, healer,

  — MAEGE MORMONT, Lady of Bear Island,

  —{DACEY}, her eldest daughter and heir, slain at the Red Wedding,

  — ALYSANE, LYRA, JORELLE, LYANNA, her daughters,

  —{JEOR MORMONT}, her brother, Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch, slain by own men,

  — SER JORAH MORMONT, Lord Jeor’s son, once Lord of Bear Island in his own right, a knight condemned and exiled,

  —{SER HELMAN TALLHART}, Master of Torrhen’s Square, slain at Duskendale,

  —{BENFRED}, his son and heir, slain by ironmen on the Stony Shore,

  — EDDARA, his daughter, captive at Torrhen’s Square,

  —{LEOBALD}, his brother, killed at Winterfell,

  — Leobald’s wife, BERENA of House Hornwood, captive at Torrhen’s Square,

  — their sons, BRANDON and BEREN, likewise captives at Torrhen’s Square,

  — RODRIK RYSWELL, Lord of the Rills,

  — BARBREY DUSTIN, his daughter, Lady of Barrowton, widow of {Lord Willam Dustin},

  — HARWOOD STOUT, her liege man, a petty lord at Barrowton,

  —{BETHANY BOLTON}, his daughter, second wife of Lord Roose Bolton, died of a fever,

  — ROGER RYSWELL, RICKARD RYSWELL, ROOSE RYSWELL, his quarrelsome cousins and bannermen,

  —{CLEY CERWYN}, Lord of Cerwyn, killed at Winterfell,

  — JONELLE, his sister, a maid of two-and-thirty,

  — LYESSA FLINT, Lady of Widow’s Watch,

  — ONDREW LOCKE, Lord of Oldcastle, an old man,

  — HUGO WULL, called BIG BUCKET, chief of his clan,

  — BRANDON NORREY, called THE NORREY, chief of his clan,

  — TORREN LIDDLE, called THE LIDDLE, chief of his clan.

  The Stark arms show a grey direwolf racing across an ice-white field. The Stark words are Winter Is Coming.


  Lord Edmyn Tully of Riverrun was one of the first of the river lords to swear fealty to Aegon the Conquerer. King Aegon rewarded him by raising House Tully to dominion over all the lands of the Trident. The Tully sigil is a leaping trout, silver, on a field of rippling blue and red. The Tully words are Family, Duty, Honor.

  EDMURE TULLY, Lord of Riverrun, taken captive at his wedding and held prisoner by the Freys,

  — LADY ROSLIN of House Frey, Edmure’s young bride,

  —{LADY CATELYN STARK}, his sister, widow of Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell, slain at the Red Wedding,

  —{LADY LYSA ARRYN}, his sister, widow of Lord Jon Arryn of the Vale, pushed to her death from the Eyrie,

  — SER BRYNDEN TULLY, called THE BLACKFISH, Edmure’s uncle, castellan of Riverrun,

  — Lord Edmure’s household at Riverrun:

  — MAESTER VYMAN, counselor, healer, and tutor,

  — SER DESMOND GRELL, master-at-arms,

  — SER ROBIN RYGER, captain of the guard,

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