Lollys Stokeworth, Bronn and Tyrion Tanner - by Sir-Heartsalot ©
|Born||In 300 AC, at Stokeworth|
|Book(s)|| A Feast for Crows (Mentioned)|
A Dance with Dragons (Mentioned)
A Feast for Crows
Tyrion was named after Tyrion Lannister by Lollys's husband Bronn, after Queen Cersei Lannister denied Lady Tanda Stokeworth's request he be named Tywin after the queen's father. The insolent act so incensed Queen Cersei that she arranged an attempt on Bronn's life, which failed.
The name Tanner seems to derive from the fact that the rape of his mother took place behind a tanner's shop.
- Jaime Lannister to Cersei Lannister, joking about the name of Lollys's bastard and Cersei's obsession to capture Tyrion