A feast for crows, p.73
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       A Feast for Crows, p.73

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

  — LONG LEW, ELWOOD, DELP, guardsmen,

  — UTHERYDES WAYN, steward of Riverrun,

  — Edmure’s bannermen, the Lords of the Trident:

  — TYTOS BLACKWOOD, Lord of Raventree Hall,

  —{LUCAS}, his son, slain at the Red Wedding,

  — JONOS BRACKEN, Lord of the Stone Hedge,

  — JASON MALLISTER, Lord of Seagard, a prisoner in his own castle,

  — PATREK, his son, imprisoned with his father,

  — SER DENYS MALLISTER, Lord Jason’s uncle, a man of the Night’s Watch,

  — CLEMENT PIPER, Lord of Pinkmaiden Castle,

  — his son and heir, SER MARQ PIPER, taken captive at the Red Wedding,

  — KARYL VANCE, Lord of Wayfarer’s Rest,

  — his elder daughter and heir, LIANE,

  — his younger daughters, RHIALTA and EMPHYRIA,

  — NORBERT VANCE, the blind Lord of Atranta,

  — his eldest son and heir, SER RONALD VANCE, called THE BAD,

  — his younger sons, SER HUGO, SER ELLERY, SER KIRTH, and MAESTER JON,

  — THEOMAR SMALLWOOD, Lord of Acorn Hall,

  — his wife, LADY RAVELLA, of House Swann,

  — their daughter, CARELLEN,

  — WILLIAM MOOTON, Lord of Maidenpool,

  — SHELLA WHENT, dispossessed Lady of Harrenhal,

  — SER WILLIS WODE, a knight in her service,

  — SER HALMON PAEGE,

  — LORD LYMOND GOODBROOK.

  HOUSE TYRELL

  The Tyrells rose to power as stewards to the Kings of the Reach, though they claim descent from Garth Greenhand, gardener king of the First Men. When the last king of House Gardener was slain on the Field of Fire, his steward Harlen Tyrell surrendered Highgarden to Aegon the Conquerer. Aegon granted him the castle and dominion over the Reach. Mace Tyrell declared his support for Renly Baratheon at the onset of the War of the Five Kings, and gave him the hand of his daughter Margaery. Upon Renly’s death, Highgarden made alliance with House Lannister, and Margaery was betrothed to King Joffrey.

  MACE TYRELL, Lord of Highgarden, Warden of the South, Defender of the Marches, and High Marshal of the Reach,

  — his wife, LADY ALERIE, of House Hightower of Oldtown,

  — their children:

  — WILLAS, their eldest son, heir to Highgarden,

  — SER GARLAN, called THE GALLANT, their second son, newly raised to Lord of Brightwater,

  — Garlan’s wife, LADY LEONETTE of House Fossoway,

  — SER LORAS, the Knight of Flowers, their youngest son, a Sworn Brother of the Kingsguard,

  — MARGAERY, their daughter, twice wed and twice widowed,

  — Margaery’s companions and ladies-in-waiting:

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

  — Elinor’s betrothed, ALYN AMBROSE, squire,

  — LADY ALYSANNE BULWER, LADY ALYCE GRACEFORD, LADY TAENA MERRYWEATHER, MEREDYTH CRANE called MERRY, SEPTA NYSTERICA, her companions,

  — Mace’s widowed mother, LADY OLENNA of House Redwyne, called THE QUEEN OF THORNS,

  — ARRYK and ERRYK, her guardsmen, twins seven feet tall called LEFT and RIGHT,

  — Mace’s sisters:

  — LADY MINA, wed to Paxter Redwyne, Lord of the Arbor,

  — their children:

  — SER HORAS REDWYNE, twin to Hobber, called HORROR,

  — SER HOBBER REDWYNE, twin to Horas, called SLOBBER,

  — DESMERA REDWYNE, a maid of sixteen,

  — LADY JANNA, wed to Ser Jon Fossoway,

  — Mace’s uncles and cousins:

  — Mace’s uncle, GARTH, called THE GROSS, Lord Seneschal of Highgarden,

  — Garth’s bastard sons, GARSE and GARRETT FLOWERS,

  — Mace’s uncle, SER MORYN, Lord Commander of the City Watch of Oldtown,

  — Moryn’s son, {SER LUTHOR}, m. Lady Elyn Norridge,

  — Luthor’s son, SER THEODORE, m. Lady Lia Serry,

  — Theodore’s daughter, ELINOR,

  — Theodore’s son, LUTHOR, a squire,

  — Luthor’s son, MAESTER MEDWICK,

  — Luthor’s daughter, OLENE, m. Ser Leo Blackbar,

  — Moryn’s son, LEO, called LEO THE LAZY, a novice at the Citadel of Oldtown,

  — Mace’s uncle, MAESTER GORMON, serving at the Citadel,

  — Mace’s cousin, {SER QUENTIN}, died at Ashford,

  — Quentin’s son, SER OLYMER, m. Lady Lysa Meadows,

  — Olymer’s sons, RAYMUND and RICKARD,

  — Olymer’s daughter, MEGGA,

  — Mace’s cousin, MAESTER NORMUND, in service at Blackcrown,

  — Mace’s cousin, {SER VICTOR}, slain by the Smiling Knight of the Kingswood Brotherhood,

  — Victor’s daughter, VICTARIA, m. {Lord Jon Bulwer}, died of a summer fever,

  — their daughter, LADY ALYSANNE BULWER, eight,

  — Victor’s son, SER LEO, m. Lady Alys Beesbury,

  — Leo’s daughters, ALLA and LEONA,

  — Leo’s sons, LYONEL, LUCAS, and LORENT,

  — Mace’s household at Highgarden:

  — MAESTER LOMYS, counselor, healer, and tutor,

  — IGON VYRWEL, captain of the guard,

  — SER VORTIMER CRANE, master-at-arms,

  — BUTTERBUMPS, fool and jester, hugely fat,

  — his bannermen, the Lords of the Reach:

  — RANDYLL TARLY, Lord of Horn Hill,

  — PAXTER REDWYNE, Lord of the Arbor,

  — SER HORAS and SER HOBBER, his twin sons,

  — Lord Paxter’s healer, MAESTER BALLABAR,

  — ARWYN OAKHEART, Lady of Old Oak,

  — Lady Arwyn’s youngest son, SER ARYS, a Sworn Brother of the Kingsguard,

  — MATHIS ROWAN, Lord of Goldengrove, m. Bethany of House Redwyne,

  — LEYTON HIGHTOWER, Voice of Oldtown, Lord of the Port,

  — HUMFREY HEWETT, Lord of Oakenshield,

  — FALIA FLOWERS, his bastard daughter,

  — OSBERT SERRY, Lord of Southshield,

  — SER TALBERT, his son and heir,

  — GUTHOR GRIMM, Lord of Greyshield,

  — MORIBALD CHESTER, Lord of Greenshield,

  — ORTON MERRYWEATHER, Lord of Longtable,

  — LADY TAENA, his wife, a woman of Myr,

  — RUSSELL, her son, a boy of eight,

  — LORD ARTHUR AMBROSE, m. Lady Alysanne Hightower,

  — his knights and sworn swords:

  — SER JON FOSSOWAY, of the green-apple Fossoways,

  — SER TANTON FOSSOWAY, of the red-apple Fossoways.

  The Tyrell sigil is a golden rose on a grass-green field. Their words are Growing Strong.

  REBELS AND ROGUES SMALLFOLK AND SWORN BROTHERS

  LORDLINGS, WANDERERS, AND COMMON MEN

  — SER CREIGHTON LONGBOUGH and SER ILLIFER THE PENNILESS, hedge knights and companions,

  — HIBALD, a merchant fearful and niggardly,

  — SER SHADRICK OF THE SHADY GLEN, called THE MAD MOUSE, a hedge knight in Hibald’s service,

  — BRIENNE, THE MAID OF TARTH, also called BRIENNE THE BEAUTY, a maiden on a quest,

  — LORD SELWYN THE EVENSTAR, Lord of Tarth, her father,

  —{BIG BEN BUSHY}, SER HYLE HUNT, SER MARK MULLENDORE, SER EDMUND AMBROSE, {SER RICHARD FARROW}, {WILL THE STORK}, SER HUGH BEESBURY, SER RAYMOND NAYLAND, HARRY SAWYER, SER OWEN INCHFIELD, ROBIN POTTER, her onetime suitors,

  — RENFRED RYKKER, Lord of Duskendale,

  — SER RUFUS LEEK, a one-legged knight in his service, castellan of the Dun Fort at Duskendale,

  — WILLIAM MOOTON, Lord of Maidenpool,

  — ELEANOR, his eldest daughter and heir, thirteen,

  — RANDYLL TARLY, Lord of Horn Hill, commanding King Tommen’s forces along the Trident,

  — DICKON, his son and heir, a young squire,

  — SER HYLE HUNT, sworn to the service of House Tarly,

  — SER ALYN HUNT, Ser Hyle’s cousin, likewise in Lord R
andyll’s service,

  — DICK CRABB, called NIMBLE DICK, a Crabb of Crackclaw Point,

  — EUSTACE BRUNE, Lord of the Dyre Den,

  — BENNARD BRUNE, the Knight of Brownhollow, his cousin,

  — SER ROGER HOGG, the Knight of Sow’s Horn,

  — SEPTON MERIBALD, a barefoot septon,

  — his dog, DOG,

  — THE ELDER BROTHER, of the Quiet Isle,

  — BROTHER NARBERT, BROTHER GILLAM, BROTHER RAWNEY, pentitent brothers of the Quiet Isle,

  — SER QUINCY COX, the Knight of Saltpans, an old man in his dotage,

  — at the old crossroads inn:

  — JEYNE HEDDLE, called LONG JEYNE, innkeep, a tall young wench of eighteen years,

  — WILLOW, her sister, stern with a spoon,

  — TANSY, PATE, JON PENNY, BEN, orphans at the inn,

  — GENDRY, an apprentice smith and bastard son of King Robert I Baratheon, ignorant of his birth,

  — at Harrenhal,

  — RAFFORD called RAFF THE SWEETLING, SHITMOUTH, DUNSEN, men of the garrison,

  — BEN BLACKTHUMB, a smith and armorer,

  — PIA, a serving wench, once pretty,

  — MAESTER GULIAN, healer, tutor, and counselor,

  — at Darry,

  — LADY AMEREI FREY, called GATEHOUSE AMI, an amorous young widow betrothed to Lord Lancel Lannister,

  — Lady Amerei’s mother, LADY MARIYA of House Darry, widowed wife of Merrett Frey,

  — Lady Amerei’s sister, MARISSA, a maid of thirteen,

  — SER HARWYN PLUMM, called HARDSTONE, commander of the garrison,

  — MAESTER OTTOMORE, healer, tutor, and advisor,

  — at the Inn of the Kneeling Man:

  — SHARNA, the innkeep, a cook and midwife,

  — her husband, called HUSBAND,

  — BOY, an orphan of the war,

  — HOT PIE, a baker’s boy, now orphaned.

  OUTLAWS AND BROKEN MEN

  {BERIC DONDARRION}, once Lord of Blackhaven, six times slain,

  — EDRIC DAYNE, Lord of Starfall, a boy of twelve, Lord Beric’s squire,

  — THE MAD HUNTSMAN of Stoney Sept, his sometime ally,

  — GREENBEARD, a Tyroshi sellsword, his uncertain friend,

  — ANGUY THE ARCHER, a bowman from the Dornish Marches,

  — MERRIT O’ MOONTOWN, WATTY THE MILLER, SWAMPY MEG, JON O’ NUTTEN, outlaws in his band,

  LADY STONEHEART, a hooded woman, sometimes called MOTHER MERCY, THE SILENT SISTER, and THE HANGWOMAN,

  — LEM, called LEM LEMONCLOAK, a onetime soldier,

  — THOROS OF MYR, a red priest,

  — HARWIN, son of Hullen, a northman once in service to Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell,

  — JACK-BE-LUCKY, a wanted man, short an eye,

  — TOM OF SEVENSTREAMS, a singer of dubious report, called TOM SEVENSTRINGS and TOM O’ SEVENS,

  — LIKELY LUKE, NOTCH, MUDGE, BEARDLESS DICK, outlaws,

  SANDOR CLEGANE, called THE HOUND, once King Joffrey’s sworn shield, later a Sworn Brother of the Kingsguard, last seen feverish and dying beside the Trident,

  {VARGO HOAT} of the Free City of Qohor, called THE GOAT,a sellsword captain of slobbery speech, slain at Harrenhal by Ser Gregor Clegane,

  — his Brave Companions, also called the Bloody Mummers:

  — URSWYCK called FAITHFUL, his lieutenant,

  —{SEPTON UTT}, hanged by Lord Beric Dondarrion,

  — TIMEON OF DORNE, FAT ZOLLO, RORGE, BITER, PYG, SHAGWELL THE FOOL, TOGG JOTH of Ibben, THREE TOES, scattered and running,

  — at the Peach, a brothel in Stoney Sept:

  — TANSY, the red-haired proprietor,

  — ALYCE, CASS, LANNA, JYZENE, HELLY, BELLA, some of her peaches,

  — at Acorn Hall, the seat of House Smallwood:

  — LADY RAVELLA, formerly of House Swann, wife to Lord Theomar Smallwood,

  — here and there and elsewhere:

  — LORD LYMOND LYCHESTER, an old man of wandering wit, who once held Ser Maynard at the bridge,

  — his young caretaker, MAESTER ROONE,

  — the ghost of High Heart,

  — the Lady of the Leaves,

  — the septon at Sallydance.

  THE SWORN BROTHERS OF THE NIGHT’S WATCH

  JON SNOW, the Bastard of Winterfell, nine-hundred-and-ninety- eighth Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch,

  — GHOST, his white direwolf,

  — his steward, EDDISON TOLLETT, called DOLOROUS EDD,

  THE MEN OF CASTLE BLACK

  — BENJEN STARK, First Ranger, long missing, presumed dead,

  — SER WYNTON STOUT, an aged ranger, feeble of wit,

  — KEDGE WHITEYE, BEDWYCK called GIANT, MATTHAR, DYWEN, GARTH GREYFEATHER, ULMER OF THE KINGSWOOD, ELRON, PYPAR called PYP, GRENN called AUROCHS, BERNARR called BLACK BERNARR, GOADY, TIM STONE, BLACK JACK BULWER, GEOFF called THE SQUIRREL, BEARDED BEN, rangers,

  — BOWEN MARSH, Lord Steward,

  — THREE-FINGER HOBB, steward and chief cook,

  —{DONAL NOYE}, one-armed armorer and smith, slain at the gate by Mag the Mighty

  — OWEN called THE OAF, TIM TANGLETONGUE, MULLY, CUGEN, DONNEL HILL called SWEET DONNEL, LEFT HAND LEW, JEREN, WICK WHITTLESTICK, stewards,

  — OTHELL YARWYCK, First Builder,

  — SPARE BOOT, HALDER, ALBETT, KEGS, builders,

 
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