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The Kings and Their Courts


JOFFREY BARATHEON, the First of His Name, a boy of thirteen years, the eldest son of King Robert I Baratheon and Queen Cersei of House Lannister,

  • Cersei's sworn swords:
  • Stannis's daughter, SHIREEN, a girl of eleven,
  • his uncles and cousins, maternal,
  • Tyrion's squire, PODRICK PAYNE,
  • Tyrion's captain of guards, SER BRONN OF THE BLACKWATER, a former sellsword,
  • Tyrion's concubine, SHAE, a camp follower now serving as bedmaid to Lollys Stokeworth,
  • Ser Kevan's son, SER LANCEL LANNISTER, formerly squire to King Robert, wounded in the Battle of the Blackwater, near death,
  • his baseborn siblings, King Robert's bastards:
  • MYA STONE, a maid of nineteen, in the service of Lord Nestor Royce, of the Gates of the Moon,
  • GENDRY, an apprentice smith, a fugitive in the riverlands; and ignorant of his heritage,
  • EDRIC STORM, King Robert's only acknowledged bastard son, a ward of his uncle Stannis on Dragonstone,
  • his Kingsguard:
  • his small council:
  • his court and retainers
  • her daughter, FALYSE, wed to Ser Balman Byrch,
  • her daughter, LOLLYS, thirty-four, unwed, and soft of wits, with child after being raped,
  • her healer and counselor, MAESTER FRENKEN,
  • LORD GYLES ROSBY, a sickly old man,
  • SER TALLAD, a promising young knight,
  • LORD MORROS SLYNT, a squire, eldest son of the former Commander of the City Watch,
  • SER BOROS BLOUNT, a former knight of the Kingsguard, dismissed for cowardice by Queen Cersei,
  • JOSMYN PECKLEDON, a squire, and a hero of the Battle of the Blackwater,
  • SER PHILIP FOOTE, made Lord of the Marches for his valor during the Battle of the Blackwater,
  • SER LOTHOR BRUNE, named LOTHOR APPLE-EATER for his deeds during the Battle of the Blackwater, a former freerider in service to Lord Baelish,
  • other lords and knights at King's Landing:
  • Lord Paxter's twin sons, SER HORAS and SER HOBBER, mocked as HORROR and SLOBBER,
  • Lord Redwyne's healer, MAESTER BALLABAR
  • the people of King's Landing
  • the City Watch (the "gold cloaks"),
  • (SER JACELYN BYWATER, called IRONHAND), Commander of the City Watch, slain by his own men during the Battle of the Blackwater,
  • SER ADDAM MARBRAND, Commander of the City Watch, Ser Jacelyn's successor,

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


ROBB STARK, Lord of Winterfell, King in the North, and King of the Trident, the eldest son of Eddard Stark, Lord of Winterfell, and Lady Catelyn of House Tully,

  • his direwolf, GREY WIND,
  • his mother, LADY CATELYN, of House Tully, widow of Lord Eddard Stark,
  • his siblings:
  • his sister, PRINCESS ARYA, a girl of ten, missing and presumed dead,
  • his brother, PRINCE BRANDON, called BRAN, heir to the north, a boy of nine, believed dead,
  • Bran's direwolf, SUMMER,
  • Bran companions and protectors:
  • his brother, PRINCE RICKON, a boy of four, believed dead,
  • Rickon's direwolf, SHAGGYDOG,
  • Rickon's companion and protector:
  • OSHA, a wildling captive who served as a scullion at Winterfell,
  • his uncles and aunts, paternal
  • his uncles, aunts, and cousins, maternal
  • his lords bannermen, captains and commanders
  • (with Robb's army in the Westerlands)
  • (traveling north with Lord Eddard's bones)
  • his lord bannermen and castellans, in the north:
  • his sister, JONELLE CERWYN, a maid of two-and-thirty, now the Lady of Cerwyn,
  • Robett's son, GAWEN, three, rightful heir to Deepwood Motte, a captive of Asha Greyjoy,
  • Robett's daughter, ERENA, a babe of one, a captive of Asha Greyjoy at Deepwood Motte,
  • LARENCE SNOW, a bastard son of Lord Hornwood, and ward of Galbart Glover, thirteen, a captive of Asha Greyjoy at Deepwood Motte.

The banner of the King in the North remains as it has for thousands of years, the grey direwolf of the Starks of Winterfell, running across an ice-white field.


STANNIS BARATHEON, the First of His Name, second son of Lord Steffon Baratheon and Lady Cassana of House Estermont, formerly Lord of Dragonstone,

  • PRINCESS SHIREEN, their daughter, a girl of eleven,
  • LORD ALESTER FLORENT, Lord of Brightwater Keep and Hand of the King, the queen's uncle,
  • SER AXELL FLORENT, castellan of Dragonstone and leader of the queen's men, the queen's uncle,
  • LADY MELISANDRE OF ASSHAI, called THE RED WOMAN, priestess of R'hllor, the Lord of Light and God of Flame and Shadow,
  • MAESTER PYLOS, healer, tutor, counselor,
  • SER DAVOS SEAWORTH, called THE ONION KNIGHT and sometimes SHORTHAND, once a smuggler,
  • Davos's wife, LADY MARYA, a carpenter's daughter,
  • his lords bannermen,
  • his knights and sworn swords,

King 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.


DAENERYS TARGARYEN, the First of Her Name, Khaleesi of the Dothraki, called DAENERYS STORMBORN, the UNBURNT, MOTHER OF DRAGONS, sole surviving heir of Aerys II Targaryen, widow of Khal Drogo of the Dothraki,

  • his aged squire, ARSTAN called WHITEBEARD, a man of Westeros,
  • her handmaids:
  • IRRI, a Dothraki girl, fifteen,
  • JHIQUI, a Dothraki girl, fourteen,
  • her late kin:
  • (VISERYS), her brother, styling himself King Viserys, the Third of His Name, called THE BEGGAR KING, slain in Vaes Dothrak by Khal Drogo,
  • (DROGO), her husband, a great khal of the Dothraki, never defeated in battle, died of a wound,
  • her known enemies:
  • KHAL PONO, once ko to Drogo,
  • KHAL JHAQO, once ko to Drogo,
  • THE UNDYING OF QARTH, a band of warlocks,
  • her uncertain allies, past and present:
  • his slave, CLEON, a butcher and cook,
  • BROWN BEN PLUMM, a sergeant in the Second Sons, a sellsword of dubious descent,

The banner of Daenerys Targaryen is the banner of Aegon the Conqueror and the dynasty he established, a three-headed dragon, red on black.


BALON GREYJOY, the Ninth of His Name Since the Grey King, styling himself King of the Iron Islands and the North, King of Salt and Rock, Son of the Sea Wind, and Lord Reaper of Pyke,

  • Theon's squire, WEX PYKE, bastard son of Lord Botley's half-brother, a mute lad of twelve,
  • Theon's crew, the men of the Sea Bitch:
  • his brothers:
  • his household on Pyke:
  • MAESTER WENDAMYR, healer and counselor,
  • HELYA, keeper of the castle,
  • his warriors and sworn swords:
  • his lords bannermen:



The Arryns are descended from the Kings of Mountain and Vale, one of the oldest and purest lines of Andal nobility. House Arryn has taken no part in the War of the Five Kings, holding back its strength to protect the Vale of Arryn. The Arryn sigil is the moon-and-falcon, white, upon a sky-blue field. The Arryn words are As High As Honor.

ROBERT ARRYN, Lord of the Eyrie, Defender of the Vale, Warden of the East, a sickly boy of eight years,

  • his lords bannermen, knights, and retainers:


The Florents of Brightwater Keep are Tyrell bannermen, despite a superior claim to Highgarden by virtue of a blood tie to House Gardener, the old Kings of the Reach. At the outbreak of the War of the Five Kings, Lord Alester Florent followed the Tyrells in declaring for King Renly, but his brother Ser Axell chose King Stannis, whom he had served for years as castellan of Dragonstone. Their niece Selyse was and is King Stannis's queen. When Renly died at Storm's End, the Florents went over to Stannis with all their strength, the first of Renly's bannermen to do so. The sigil of House Florent shows a fox head in a circle of flowers.

  • his siblings:
  • SER AXELL, castellan of Dragonstone,
  • (SER RYAM), died in a fall from a horse,
  • Ser Ryam's daughter, QUEEN SELYSE, wed to King Stannis Baratheon,
  • Ser Ryam's son, (SER IMRY), commanding Stannis Baratheon's fleet on the Blackwater, lost with the Fury,
  • Ser Ryam's second son, SER ERREN, held captive at Highgarden,


Powerful, wealthy, and numerous, the Freys are bannermen to House Tully, but they have not always been diligent in their duty. When Robert Baratheon met Rhaegar Targaryen on the Trident, the Freys did not arrive until the battle was done, and thereafter Lord Hoster Tully always called Lord Walder "the Late Lord Frey." It is also said of Walder Frey that he is the only lord in the Seven Kingdoms who could field an army out of his breeches.

At the onset of the War of the Five Kings, Robb Stark won Lord Walder's allegiance by pledging to wed one of his daughters or granddaughters. Two of Lord Walder's grandsons were sent to Winterfell to be fostered.

WALDER FREY, Lord of the Crossing,

  • m. (Corenna Swann, died of a wasting illness),
  • Stevron's eldest son, SER RYMAN, heir to the Twins,
  • Edwyn's daughter, WALDA, a girl of eight,
  • Ryman's son, WALDER, called BLACK WALDER,
  • Ryman's son, PETYR, called PETYR PIMPLE,
  • Petyr's daughter, PERRA, a girl of five,
  • Walton's son, STEFFON, called THE SWEET,
  • Walton's daughter, WALDA, called FAIR WALDA,
  • Walton's son, BRYAN, a squire,
  • Rhaegar's son, ROBERT, a boy of thirteen,
  • Rhaegar's daughter, WALDA, a girl of ten, called WHITE WALDA,
  • Rhaegar's son, JONOS, a boy of eight,
  • Tytos's daughter, ZIA, a maid of fourteen,
  • Tytos's son, ZACHERY, a boy of twelve, training at the Sept of Oldtown,
  • Arwood's daughter, RYELLA, a girl of five,
  • Arwood's twin sons, ANDROW and ALYN, three,
  • Raymund's son, ROBERT, sixteen, in training at the Citadel in Oldtown,
  • Raymund's son, MALWYN, fifteen, apprenticed to an alchemist in Lys,
  • Raymund's twin daughters, SERRA and SARRA, maiden girls of fourteen,
  • Raymund's daughter, CERSEI, six, called LITTLE BEE,
  • Lothar's daughter, TYSANE, a girl of seven,
  • Lothar's daughter, WALDA, a girl of four,
  • Lothar's daughter, EMBERLEI, a girl of two,
  • Jammos's son, WALDER, called BIG WALDER, a boy of eight, taken captive at Winterfell. while a ward of Lady Catelyn Stark,
  • Jammos's twin sons, DICKON and MATHIS, five,
  • Whalen's son, HOSTER, a boy of twelve, a squire to Ser Damon Paege,
  • Whalen's daughter, MERIANNE, called MERRY, a girl of eleven,
  • TYTA, called TYTA THE MAID, a maid of twenty-nine,
  • Benfrey's daughter, DELLA, called DEAF DELLA, a girl of three,
  • Benfrey's son, OSMUND, a boy of two,
  • Lord Walder's natural children, by sundry mothers,


The Lannisters of Casterly Rock remain the principal support of King Joffrey's claim to the Iron Throne. They boast of descent from Lann the Clever, the legendary trickster of the Age of Heroes. The gold of Casterly Rock and the Golden Tooth has made them the wealthiest of the Great Houses. The Lannister sigil is a golden lion upon a crimson field. Their words are Hear Me Roar!

TYWIN LANNISTER, Lord of Casterly Rock, Warden of the West, Shield of Lannisport, and Hand of the King,

  • his dwarf son, TYRION, called THE IMP, called HALFMAN, wounded and scarred on the Blackwater,
  • his siblings:
  • SER KEVAN, Lord Tywin's eldest brother,
  • Ser Kevan's wife, DORNA, of House Swyft,
  • their son, SER LANCEL, formerly a squire to King Robert, wounded and near death,
  • their son, WILLEM, twin to Martyn, a squire, captive at Riverrun,
  • their son, MARTYN, twin to Willem, a squire, a captive with Robb Stark,
  • their daughter, JANEI, a girl of two,
  • their son, SER CLEOS FREY, a captive at Riverrun,
  • their son, SER LYONEL,
  • their son, TION FREY, a squire, captive at Riverrun,
  • their son, WALDER, called RED WALDER, a squire at Casterly Rock,
  • (SER TYGETT), his second brother, died of a pox,
  • their son, TYREK, squire to the king, missing,
  • (GERION), his youngest brother, lost at sea,
  • Gerion's bastard daughter, JOY, eleven,
  • his cousins:
  • his household:
  • MAESTER CREYLEN, healer, tutor, and counselor,
  • VYLARR, captain-of-guards,
  • his lords bannermen:
  • their children:
  • his knights and captains:
  • Ser Steffon's daughter, JOANNA,


Dorne was the last of the Seven Kingdoms to swear fealty to the Iron Throne. Blood, custom, and history all set the Dornishmen apart from the other kingdoms. At the outbreak of the War of the Five Kings, Dorne took no part. With the betrothal of Myrcella Baratheon to Prince Trystane, Sunspear declared its support for King Joffrey and called its banners. 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, their eldest daughter, heir to Sunspear,
  • PRINCE QUENTYN, their elder son,
  • PRINCE TRYSTANE, their younger son, betrothed to Myrcella Baratheon,
  • his siblings:
  • their children:
  • (PRINCESS RHAENYS), a young girl, slain during the Sack of King's Landing,
  • (PRINCE AEGON), a babe, slain during the Sack of King's Landing,
  • his brother, PRINCE OBERYN, called THE RED VIPER,
  • Prince Oberyn's companions:
  • his household:
  • AREO HOTAH, a Norvoshi sellsword, captain of guards,
  • MAESTER CALEOTTE, counselor, healer, and tutor,
  • his lords bannermen:


Lord Edmyn Tully of Riverrun was one of the first of the river lords to swear fealty to Aegon the Conqueror. The victorious 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.

HOSTER TULLY, Lord of Riverrun,

  • their children:
  • LYSA, widow of Lord Jon Arryn of the Eyrie,
  • her son, ROBERT, Lord of the Eyrie and Defender of the Vale, a sickly boy of seven years,
  • SER EDMURE, his only son, heir to Riverrun,
  • Ser Edmure's friends and companions:
  • his brother, SER BRYNDEN, called The Blackfish,
  • his household:
  • his lords bannermen:


The Tyrells rose to power as stewards to the Kings of the Reach, whose domain included the fertile plains of the southwest from the Dornish marches and Blackwater Rush to the shores of the Sunset Sea. Through the female line, they claim descent from Garth Greenhand, gardener king of the First Men, who wore a crown of vines and flowers and made the land bloom. When Mern IX, last king of House Gardener, was slain on the Field of Fire, his steward Harlen Tyrell surrendered Highgarden to Aegon the Conqueror. Aegon granted him the castle and dominion over the Reach. The Tyrell sigil is a golden rose on a grass-green field. Their words are Growing Strong.

Lord 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 Marshall of the Reach,

  • WILLAS, their eldest son, heir to Highgarden,
  • SER GARLAN, called THE GALLANT, their second son,
  • Margaery's companions and ladies-in-waiting:
  • Lady Olenna's guardsmen, ARRYK and ERRYK, called LEFT and RIGHT,
  • his sisters:
  • his uncles and cousins:
  • his father's brother, GARTH, called THE GROSS, Lord Seneschal of Highgarden,
  • Theodore's daughter, ELINOR,
  • Theodore's son, LUTHOR, a squire,
  • Moryn's son, LEO, called LEO THE LAZY,
  • his household at Highgarden:
  • his lords bannermen:
  • his knights and sworm swords:



  • GHOST, his direwolf, white and silent,
  • MAESTER AEMON (TARGARYEN), healer and counselor, a blind man, one hundred years old,
  • DONAL NOYE, armorer, smith, and steward, one-armed,
  • THREE-FINGER HOBB, steward and chief cook,


BERIC DONDARRION, Lord of Blackhaven, called THE LIGHTNING LORD, oft reported dead,

  • SHARNA, the innkeep, a cook and midwife,
  • her husband, called HUSBAND,
  • BOY, an orphan of the war,
  • TANSY, the red-haired proprietor,
  • here and there and elsewhere:
  • his young caretaker, MAESTER ROONE,


MANCE RAYDER, King-beyond-the-Wall,

  • DALLA, his pregnant wife,
  • VAL, her younger sister,
  • his chiefs and captains:
  • HARMA, called DOGSHEAD, commanding his van,
  • THE LORD OF BONES, mocked as RATTLESHIRT, leader of a war band,
  • YGRITTE, a young spearwife, a member of his band,
  • RYK, called LONGSPEAR, a member of his band,
  • RAGWYLE, LENYL, members of his band,
  • his captive, JON SNOW, the crow-come-over,
  • GHOST, Jon's direwolf, white and silent,
  • STYR, Magnar of Thenn,
  • JARL, a young raider, Val's lover,

CRASTER, of Craster's Keep, who kneels to none,

  • GILLY, his daughter and wife, great with child,
  • DYAH, FERNY, NELLA, three of his nineteen wives.

References and Notes

  1. Chapter 49 states that Kyle is the right hand of Lord Medger Cerwyn and does not mention Ser Wylis Manderly.