Falia Flowers

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Falia Flowers
Falia in the lap of Euron Greyjoy by Mathia Arkoniel©
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Allegiance House Hewett
Born In either 281 AC, 282 AC or 283 AC[1]
Book(s) A Feast for Crows (appears)
A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)
The Winds of Winter (appears)

Falia Flowers is the bastard daughter of Lord Humfrey Hewett. Falia is made to be a servant in Lord Hewett's castle by her trueborn sisters and her step-mother.[2]

Appearance

Falia is buxom and roughly seventeen or eighteen years old. [2] She is also described as pretty. [3]

Recent Events

A Feast for Crows

When King Euron Greyjoy comes with the ironborn after the Battle of the Shield Islands, Lord Humfrey Hewett is tied to his chair and made to watch his wife and daughters serve the raiders. Falia, who becomes Euron's lover, suggested the idea that the women serve naked and Lord Humfrey's wife and daughters then had their clothes removed.

Euron later takes Falia upstairs to Lord Hewett's chambers. When Victarion Greyjoy is summoned to Euron, he spots Falia sleeping naked on the bed.[2]

The Winds of Winter

When Aeron Greyjoy is brought to Oakenshield he is fed by Falia. Aeron asks her to tell Victarion Greyjoy to rescue him, but she says he has already departed the island. She reveals that she is pregnant and claims Euron will make her his salt wife and her sons will be before his other bastard sons, as well as that Daenerys Targaryen will be Euron's rock wife and that Falia will be like a sister to Daenerys. Aeron warns her to flee, saying Euron will hurt her and kill her but she refuses, stating Euron loves her and gives her silks and jewels.

Later, when Aeron is lashed to the prow of the Silence, Falia Flowers is tied next to him. She is naked, pregnant, her tongue has been cut out, and her face is red from crying.[4]

References and Notes

  1. See the Falia Flowers calculation.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 29, The Reaver.
  3. Batlicon Reading notes
  4. Batlicon Reading notes

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