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|House Lothston of Harrenhal|
|Coat of arms||Party per bend argent and or, a bat displayed sable|
|Title||Lord of Harrenhal|
|Died out||After 212AC|
House Lothston was the sixth noble house to rule Harrenhal, receiving the title and lands after the extinction of House Strong. They held Harrenhal until three or four generations before A Song of Ice and Fire and were a powerful house which once loomed large in the histories of the Seven Kingdoms.
The Lothstons had a bad reputation; Lord Lucas Lothston and his son Manfryd were renowned for their black deeds. According to Ser Eustace Osgrey, Manfred Lothston betrayed Daemon Blackfyre in the Blackfyre Rebellion. Lady Danelle Lothston, called Mad Danelle, was said to send giant bats out to capture children for her cookpots, to have bathed in blood and feasted on flesh. When Lord Bloodraven marched on Whitewalls to quash the Second Blackfyre Rebellion, among the river lords who came in support was Lady Danelle. A female member of the house, Jeyne Lothston, was the eighth of King Aegon IV Targaryen's mistresses.
The last Lothston was killed with the help of an ancestor of Ser Illifer the Penniless in unknown circumstances. After the line ended the lordship of Harrenhal was given to House Whent. Ben Blackthumb worked as a boy for Lord Lothston and later for the grandfather and father of Lady Shella Whent. 
A Storm of Swords
Ser Jaime Lannister uses a shield found in the armory of Harrenhal with the arms of House Lothston on his ride back to King's Landing. He remembers the stories of Lady Lothston who bathed in tubs of blood and presided over feasts of human flesh.
A Feast for Crows
A Dance with Dragons
House Lothston at the end of third century
The known Lothstons during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:
- Jon Lothston, an exile serving with the Golden Company. He may or not be genuinely of House Lothston, as in the free companies a man can call himself whatever he chooses.
- Lady Danelle Lothston, called the Mad.
- Lord Lucas Lothston, called the Pander.
- Manfryd Lothston, o' the Black Hood, Lucas's son.
- Manfred Lothston, a participant in the Blackfyre Rebellion.
- Jeyne Lothston, one of Aegon IV's mistresses.
References and Notes
- ↑ A Storm of Swords, Chapter 44, Jaime.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 4, Brienne.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 24, The Lost Lord (Griff I).
- ↑ The Sworn Sword,page 76.
- ↑ A Feast for Crows, Chapter 27, Jaime.
- ↑ A Clash of Kings, Chapter 47, Arya.
- ↑ A Feast for Crows, Chapter 23, Alayne.