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|House Slynt of Harrenhal|
|Coat of arms || a bloody spear, gold on a night-black field|
|Seat || None, formerly Harrenhal|
|Current Lord || Lord Morros Slynt|
|Region || None|
|Heir || Jothos Slynt|
|Overlord || House Baratheon of King's Landing|
|Founder || Lord Janos Slynt|
|Founded || +/- 298 AL|
House Slynt of Harrenhal is a former ruler of Harrenhal. It was created during the reign of Joffrey I, when he named Janos Slynt Lord of Harrenhal for services rendered to the kingdom - namely, for betraying Eddard Stark during his attempt to take Joffrey into custody. However, Slynt was forcibly sent to the Night's Watch, while Harrenhal was awarded to Petyr Baelish for securing the alliance between the Iron Throne and the Reach following the death of Renly Baratheon during the War of the Five Kings.
The blazon is a bloody spear, gold on a field of night-black. The motto of the house is not mentioned.
The Slynt House at the end of the third century
References in the books
A Song of Ice and Fire
- Joffrey I created House Slynt when he named Janos Slynt Lord of Harrenhal for services rendered to the King.
- Morros Slynt rode in the Tourney for King Joffrey's 13th Name Day, where he was unhorsed by Ser Balon Swann.
- Janos Slynt gave the command to betray Lord Eddard Stark.
- Janos Slynt has three sons and a daughter.
- Janos Slynt was sent to the Wall by Tyrion Lannister and had Harrenhal stripped from House Slynt, new lands where to be found for them.
- Morros and Jothos appeared at Tyrion Lannister's trial for the death of King Joffrey I . They Testified that they had seen Tyrion gather the poisoned chalice, and pour the remaining contents on the floor.
- Lord Janos sent Jon Snow to kill Mance Rayder, but before he could, King Stannis I arrived and captured Mance.
- Lord Janos put his name forth as a candidate during the choosing of the new Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. He was the only candidate to improve his vote totals with each vote. Sam plotted to prevent Lord Janos' election and convinced Cotter Pyke and Ser Denys Mallister to support Jon.
- Lord Janos publicly refuses Lord Commander Snow's orders to assume command of Greyguard. Lord Commander Snow sentences him to be hanged. He changes his mind, however, and decides to execute him himself. Despite Lord Janos' pleas, Lord Commander Snow carries out the sentence.
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