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|Title||Dowager Lady of Mistwood|
|Book(s)|| A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)|
The Winds of Winter (appears)
Character and Appearance
The Winds of Winter
Lady Mary is held under gentle imprisonment after Mistwood falls during the landing of the Golden Company. She joins their captains, Young John Mudd and Chains, at dinner when Arianne Martell passes through Mistwood on her way north to meet Lord Jon Connington. Mary is annoyed at the situation but unafraid, scolding the captains at the table while wagging a leg of duck at them. She explains her sons and grandsons rode off to join Renly Baratheon when the war started. A grandson was wounded at the Battle of the Blackwater, but he has since recovered. Mary expects her kin to return and hang the sellswords. She says she knew Jon's mother, and that she would be disappointed in him.
Behind the Scenes
|“||If you two are knights, I’m still a maiden. And I’ll speak as I please. What will you do, kill me? I have lived too long already.||”|