Tourney at Lannisport

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For the tourney in Lannisport before Robert's Rebellion, see the tournament in honor of Viserys's birth.

The tourney at Lannisport was a tourney held outside of Lannisport to celebrate King Robert I Baratheon's victory over Greyjoy's Rebellion in 289 AC.

History

The victor of the joust was Lord Jorah Mormont, who wore the favor of Lynesse Hightower and was awarded the win by King Robert after breaking nine lances against Ser Jaime Lannister. Jorah crowned Lynesse his queen of love and beauty, requesting and receiving her hand in marriage from her father, Lord Leyton Hightower, that night.[1]

The Joust

House MormontHouse Mallister Lord Jorah Mormont defeated Lord Jason Mallister[1]
House MormontHouse Royce Lord Jorah Mormont defeated Lord Yohn Royce[1]
House MormontHouse Frey Lord Jorah Mormont defeated Ser Ryman Frey[1]
House MormontHouse Frey Lord Jorah Mormont defeated Ser Hosteen Frey[1]
House MormontHouse Whent Lord Jorah Mormont defeated Lord Whent[1]
House MormontHouse Crakehall Lord Jorah Mormont defeated Ser Lyle Crakehall[1]
House MormontKingsguard Lord Jorah Mormont defeated Ser Boros Blount[1]

Final

House MormontKingsguard Lord Jorah Mormont defeated Ser Jaime Lannister[1]

Attendees

House Baratheon King Robert I Baratheon[1]
House Byrch Ser Balman Byrch, who claims to have unhorsed many good knights[2]
House Hightower Lord Leyton Hightower and his participating sons[1]
House Hightower Lynesse Hightower[1]
Kingsguard Ser Barristan Selmy[3]

Quotes

Arstan: I have seen a hundred tournaments and more wars than I would wish, and however strong or fast or skilled a knight may be, there are others who can match him. A man will win one tourney, and fall quickly in the next. A slick spot in the grass may mean defeat, or what you ate for supper the night before. A change in the wind may bring the gift of victory. Or a lady's favor knotted round an arm.

Jorah: Be careful what you say, old man.[3]

- Arstan Whitebeard and Jorah Mormont

References and Notes

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