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'''Argoth Stone-Skin''', called '''The Grey Giant''', is a legendary character in the tale of [[Maris the Maid]]. He won her hand in the first [[tourney]] ever held in Westeros, but Maris wed King [[Uthor of the High Tower]] before Argoth could claim her. Argoth spent the rest of days raging outside the walls of [[Oldtown]], roaring for his bride.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Reach}}
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'''Argoth Stone-Skin''', called the '''Grey Giant''', is a character in the legend of [[Maris the Maid]]. Among fifty [[lord]]s, he won Maris's hand in the first [[tourney]] held in [[Westeros]]. Maris wed King [[Uthor of the High Tower]] before Argoth could claim her, however, and Argoth spent the rest his life roaring for Maris outside the walls of [[Oldtown]].{{ref|TWOIAF| The Reach}} It is unconfirmed if Argoth was a man or a [[giant]].
  
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Latest revision as of 20:49, 12 December 2017

Argoth Stone-Skin
Alias The Grey Giant
Book(s) The World of Ice & Fire (mentioned)

Argoth Stone-Skin, called the Grey Giant, is a character in the legend of Maris the Maid. Among fifty lords, he won Maris's hand in the first tourney held in Westeros. Maris wed King Uthor of the High Tower before Argoth could claim her, however, and Argoth spent the rest his life roaring for Maris outside the walls of Oldtown.[1] It is unconfirmed if Argoth was a man or a giant.

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