Lord of Stonedance|
Master of laws
|Died||In 59 AC, at King's Landing|
|Book(s)||Fire & Blood (mentioned)|
Appearance and Character
Albin was the third son of the Lord of Stonedance. He was born with a twisted spine and a limp. Albin also had a sharp mind and did not lack for wits.
Quotes by Albin
I do not limp when I read, nor when I write.
There is more to the first night than lust, Your Grace. The practice is an ancient one, older than the Andals, older than the Faith. It goes back to the Dawn Age, I do not doubt. The First Men were a savage race, and like the wildings beyond the Wall, they followed only strength. Their lords and kings were warriors, mighty men and heroes, and they wanted their sons to be the same. If a warlord chose to bestow his seed upon some maid on her wedding night, it was seen as … a sort of blessing. And if a child should come of the coupling, so much the better. The husband could then claim the honor of raising a hero’s son as his own.—Albin to Queen Alysanne Targaryen