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The Riverlands and the location of Seagard
The Riverlands and the location of Seagard
The Riverlands and the location of Seagard (red)[1]

Seagard is a town and castle in the Riverlands. It is the seat of House Mallister. Located on the western coast of the Riverlands along Ironman's Bay, Seagard is sheltered by the Cape of Eagles and is nestled near the headwaters of the Blue Fork.[2] It is southwest of the Twins and northwest of Oldstones.[3]



Seagard was built to defend the coast from ironborn reavers.[4]


The Booming Tower in the town is named for the immense bronze bell, used to call the townsfolk and others into the safety of the castle when longships are sighted.[4] The Mallisters have a small fleet of six longships and two war galleys to defend the region.[5]


During the Greyjoy Rebellion, the bronze bell of the Booming Tower rang for the first time in three hundred years, when longships under the command of Rodrik Greyjoy attacked Seagard. Lord Jason Mallister killed Rodrik beneath the castle walls and threw the ironmen back into the sea.[4]

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

Ser Kevan Lannister notes that the Mallisters of Seagard and the Freys of the Twins are the only standing threats to the Lannister campaign in the Riverlands. Lord Tywin Lannister disregards them, stating that Lord Walder Frey will not take the field when victory is doubtful and that Lord Jason Mallister is not strong enough to fight alone.[6]

A Clash of Kings

Seagard is said to be one of the only Riverland keeps still mercifully untouched by the war.[7]

Theon Greyjoy sails from Seagard to the Iron Islands aboard the Myraham.[4] Lord Gawen Westerling is later held captive at Seagard after the Battle of the Whispering Wood.[8]

A Storm of Swords

The Myraham returns to Seagard from Lordsport, bringing word of the death of King Balon Greyjoy and the return of his exiled brother, Euron, who has claimed the Seastone Chair.[5]

King Robb Stark intends to have his mother, Lady Catelyn Tully, travel to Seagard for protection,[5] but both are killed beforehand at the Red Wedding.[9] The heir to Seagard, Patrek Mallister, is taken captive by the Freys during the ambush.

The Iron Throne hears that Seagard has yielded to Black Walder Frey.[10]

A Feast for Crows

Jaime Lannister learns from Ser Ryman Frey that Lord Jason Mallister surrendered Seagard and swore fealty to the Iron Throne only when Black Walder threatened to hang the captured Patrek Mallister if his father refused to surrender.[11]

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