Imry Florent by Melissa Findley © Fantasy Flight Games
|Alias||fool of Florent|
Lord High Captain
|Died||In 299 AC, at the Blackwater Rush|
A Clash of Kings (appears)|
A Storm of Swords (mentioned)
A Feast for Crows (appendix)
|Played by||Gordon Mahon (listed as Gordan Mahon)|
|TV series||Season 2|
Ser Imry Florent is a knight of House Florent. He is the son of Ser Ryam Florent and brother to Selyse and Erren. Imry is brother-in-law to Stannis Baratheon. In the television adaptation Game of Thrones he is portrayed by Gordon Mahon.
Appearance and Character
A Clash of Kings
Aboard Fury, Imry is made admiral of Stannis's royal fleet in anticipation of the Battle of the Blackwater, with the title of Lord High Captain. His ships capture six fishing skiffs near Merling Rock. Imry warns that Joffrey's defenders may use wildfire during the upcoming battle, although the Alchemists' Guild is not as strong as they once were. Unbeknownst to Imry, however, Queen Regent Cersei Lannister has tasked the alchemists of King's Landing with making more wildfire. Wisdom Hallyne attributes the unexpected success of their magical spells to the possible reappearance of dragons.
Because Stannis's fleet is four times larger than that of Joffrey I Baratheon, Imry does not bother to send scouts ahead as Ser Davos Seaworth advises. Distrusting Salladhor Saan, Imry tasks the sellsail with the rearguard in Blackwater Bay.
Imry leads the main force up the Blackwater Rush. To avoid scorpions and spitfires defending the walls of King's Landing, Imry's ships lower their sails and only use oars. The Lord High Captain disregards two new towers at the mouth of the river. After wildfire is utilized against Imry's fleet, a chain is raised between the towers and his ships become trapped in the river. While Fury battles Godsgrace, both ships are engulfed by green flame.
A Storm of Swords
Quotes by Imry
A small spoon of victory is just the thing to settle the stomach before battle. It makes the men hungry for a larger helping.
- Imry to his captains
Quotes about Imry
- thoughts of Davos Seaworth