Aegon Frey (son of Stevron)

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Aegon Frey
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Jinglebell by Morgan King
Jinglebell (by Morgan King)

Alias Jinglebell[1]
Allegiance House Frey[1]
Born In ~249 AC (roughly)[2]
Died In 299 AC[3], at the Twins[3]
Book(s) A Clash of Kings (mentioned)
A Storm of Swords (appears)
A Feast for Crows (mentioned)
For other articles sharing the same title, please see this disambiguation page.

Aegon Frey, called Jinglebell, is the lackwit son of Ser Stevron Frey, and the fool of the Twins.[1] He earned his nickname by wearing a fool's crown with bells attached. He is about fifty and has "long grey hair."[3]

Appearance and Character

See also: Images of Aegon Frey (Jinglebell)

Aegon is about fifty and has long grey hair. He is a simple and harmless lackwit.[3][4]

Recent events

A Storm of Swords

When Robb Stark, King of the Trident, comes to the Twins to apologize for breaking his marriage vows, Lord Walder Frey has Jinglebell present when he receives Robb. Catelyn Tully interprets this as an intentionally insulting breach of courtesy. Regardless, Robb compliments the bravery of Aegon's late father, Stevron.[5] At the Red Wedding, Jinglebell prances about to the loud music. As the killing begins, Catelyn seizes him and threatens to kill him if Walder does not release Robb. Walder replies that he would readily trade a half-wit grandson for a son. As Robb is killed, Catelyn cuts Jinglebell's throat, killing him.[3]

Quotes about Aegon

Did he always wear a fool’s crown, or is that meant as mockery of Robb?[5]
Catelyn Tully's thoughts

Forgive my Aegon the noise. He has less wits than a crannogman.[5]
Walder Frey

Aegon, we called him Jinglebell, a poor lackwit never hurt anyone, Lady Stark cut his throat.[6]
Merrett Frey


Walder Frey
Perra Royce
Corenna Swann
Marsella Waynwood
Jeyne Lydden
Aegon "Jinglebell"
Dafyn Vance
Deana Hardyng
Janyce Hunter
"Black" Walder
Mylenda Caron
Marianne Vance
Walder Vance
Patrek Vance
"Fair" Walda

References and notes

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