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Tobho Mott

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Tobho Mott
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Culture Qohor
Book(s) A Game of Thrones (Appears)
A Clash of Kings (Mentioned)
A Storm of Swords (Appears)
A Feast for Crows (Mentioned)
A Dance with Dragons (Mentioned)

Played by Andrew Wilde
TV series Season 1

Tobho Mott is a master armorer in King's Landing. His shop resides at the top of the Street of Steel.[1] In the TV series he is played by Andrew Wilde.[2]

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About

See also: Images of Tobho Mott

Tobho learned to smith in Qohor. He is one of the few armorers who can work Valyrian steel[3], and claims to be the only armorer in King's Landing who can add tint to the metals in a suit of armor without using paint.[1] His shop, made of timber and plaster, is larger than all the other buildings on the Street of Steel. Its upper stories tower over the street. The double doors have an ebony and weirwood carving of a hunting scene. Two stone knights armored in red suits of armor in the shapes of a griffin and a unicorn guard the entrance.[1]

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

Lord Eddard Stark visits Tobho's shop in an effort to discover the killers behind the death of Lord Jon Arryn. There, Tobho introduces him to Gendry, one of King Robert Baratheon's unacknowledged bastards who had been working for him as an apprentice.

A Storm of Swords

At Lord Tywin Lannister's request Tobho melts Eddard's Valyrian steel sword Ice to forge two new swords.[4] One is given to King Joffrey Baratheon, who names it Widow's Wail. The other is given to Ser Jaime Lannister, who names it Oathkeeper when he gives it in turn to Brienne of Tarth.[3]

Quotes by Tobho

I could fashion a direwolf helm so real that children will run from you in the street.[5]
– Tobho, to Eddard Stark

References and Notes

See also

Tobho Mott on the Game of Thrones wiki.

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