Garth (Wolf's Den)
|Book(s)||A Dance with Dragons (appears)|
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The large Garth is bald and taciturn. He always glowers and wears the same greasy leather jerkin.
A Dance with Dragons
Garth refers to Davos Seaworth as a dead man during his imprisonment, constantly serving as a reminder to Davos that his life hangs in the balance now that Lord Wyman Manderly commanded that his head and hands be cut off.
Garth introduces "his ladies" to Davos. The Whore is a rod of cold black iron, while Lady Lu is a large sharp axe. The other keepers tell him that Garth spends his days honing Lady Lu. Davos resolves to go to his death as a knight, asking only that they take his head before his hands.
- Garth to Davos Seaworth