|House Costayne of Three Towers|
|Coat of arms|| Quartered: a silver chalice on black, a black rose on gold|
(Quarterly, first and fourth sable, a chalice argent, second and third or, a rose of the first)
|Current Lord||Lord Tommen Costayne|
Lord Owen Costayne of Three Towers declared for Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen during the Dance of the Dragons, going against his Hightower overlords. He was mortally wounded by Ser Jon Roxton's Valyrian steel black blade, Orphan-Maker, during the Battle on the Honeywine.
Lord Costayne fought for the Blackfyres during the Blackfyre Rebellion. The Costayne force that participated in the Battle of the Redgrass Field fought on the left of Daemon Blackfyre's host. After becoming Lord of Three Towers in his own right, his son participated in Lord Ambrose Butterwell's wedding festivities. The new Lord Costayne was married to the daughter of Lord Ambrose by his first wife. Lord Costayne was defeated at the Whitewalls Tourney by Ser Glendon Flowers. After the Second Blackfyre Rebellion was put down, a man in service to Lord Vyrwel claimed to have been one of Brynden Rivers' spies. He was promptly killed by a man in service to Lord Costayne.
A Storm of Swords
A Feast for Crows
House Costayne at the end of the third century
The known Costaynes during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:
- Lord Tommen Costayne, Lord of the Three Towers.
With unspecified familiar relationship with the lord of the house there is also:
- Aemon Costayne, a famous singer.
- Lady Elinor Costayne, married to Ser Theo Bolling, giving him three sons, then married to King Maegor I Targaryen.
- Lord Owen Costayne, Lord of Three Towers during the Dance of the Dragons.
- Ser Leo Costayne, lord admiral of the Reach, during the reign of Aegon III Targaryen.
- Ser Tom Costayne, known as Long Tom for serving in Kingsguard for sixty years.
- An unnamed man who marries a daughter of Ambrose Butterwell
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