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Septon Chayle tells [[Bran Stark|Bran]], while they are sorting through some scrolls from the library fire, that the [[Red Comet]] means “It is the sword that slays the season,” and Bran thinks he probably is right since a [[white raven]] has arrived from Oldtown bringing word of autumn.
 
Septon Chayle tells [[Bran Stark|Bran]], while they are sorting through some scrolls from the library fire, that the [[Red Comet]] means “It is the sword that slays the season,” and Bran thinks he probably is right since a [[white raven]] has arrived from Oldtown bringing word of autumn.
  
[[Jojen Reed]] foresees the death of Chayle in his green dreams. When [[Bran Stark|Bran]] tells Chayle of his nearing death, Chayle holds to his faith.<ref>[[A Clash of Kings]], [[A Clash of Kings-Chapter 35|Chapter 35]], Bran</ref> After [[Winterfell]] is taken by the [[ironborn]], he is thrown in a well to honor the [[Drowned God]].<ref>[[A Clash of Kings]], [[A Clash of Kings-Chapter 50|Chapter 50]], Theon</ref>
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[[Jojen Reed]] foresees the death of Chayle in his green dreams. When [[Bran Stark|Bran]] tells Chayle of his nearing death, Chayle holds to his faith.<ref>[[A Clash of Kings]], [[A Clash of Kings-Chapter 35|Chapter 35]], Bran</ref> After [[Winterfell]] is taken by the [[ironborn]], he is thrown into a well to honor the [[Drowned God]].<ref>[[A Clash of Kings]], [[A Clash of Kings-Chapter 50|Chapter 50]], Theon</ref>
  
 
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==References and Notes==

Revision as of 23:47, 31 August 2013

Chayle
Title Septon
Died In 299 AL, at Winterfell
Book(s) A Game of Thrones (Appears)
A Clash of Kings (Appears)
A Storm of Swords (Mentioned)

Septon Chayle is the guardian of the sept and the librarian of Winterfell.[1] He grew up on the shores of the White Knife and is a very good swimmer.[2]

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A Clash of Kings

Septon Chayle tells Bran, while they are sorting through some scrolls from the library fire, that the Red Comet means “It is the sword that slays the season,” and Bran thinks he probably is right since a white raven has arrived from Oldtown bringing word of autumn.

Jojen Reed foresees the death of Chayle in his green dreams. When Bran tells Chayle of his nearing death, Chayle holds to his faith.[3] After Winterfell is taken by the ironborn, he is thrown into a well to honor the Drowned God.[4]

References and Notes