|Alias||Wenda the White Fawn|
|Book(s)|| A Storm of Swords (mentioned)|
A Feast for Crows (mentioned)
A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)
Wenda was said to be young and fair.
Wenda branded her trademark, a fawn, on Merrett Frey, a squire captured by the outlaw Kingswood Brotherhood. Lord Sumner Crakehall ransomed Merrett back from her. It is not clear what happened to Wenda when the outlaws were destroyed.
A Storm of Swords
While riding with Sandor Clegane, Arya Stark wonders if she should go back to Sharna’s inn, where she could stay with Hot Pie or rejoin the brotherhood without banners. She briefly thinks of becoming an outlaw, like Wenda the White Fawn in the songs, but then thinks the idea is stupid.
On his way to pay the ransom for Petyr Frey, the grandson of his half-brother Stevron, Merrett Frey thinks about being captured by a woman, the one called the White Fawn, during the campaigns against the Kingswood Brotherhood. Lord Sumner Crakehall ransomed him back from the outlaws, but not before Wenda burned a fawn into the cheek of his arse while he was her captive. Merrett was unable to sit for a fortnight.
A Dance with Dragons
During Alys Karstark's wedding celebrations, Jon Snow think that Ulmer, an adept dancer, is regaling his partners with his tales of the Kingswood Brotherhood, when he rode with Simon Toyne and Big Belly Ben and helped Wenda burn her mark in the buttocks of her highborn captives.
- thoughts of Merrett Frey
No good ever came from dealing with outlaws. That vile little bitch Wenda had burned a fawn into the cheek of his arse while she had him captive.