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Prince [[Oberyn Martell]] and his sister Princess [[Elia Martell|Elia]] visited Crakehall on their way to [[Casterly Rock]] where their mother attempted to broker their marriages to the [[House Lannister|Lannister]] twins, [[Cersei Lannister|Cersei]] and [[Jaime Lannister|Jaime]].{{ref|ASOS|70}} Jaime and [[Merrett Frey]] were both squires at Crakehall.{{ref|AFFC|30}}
 
Prince [[Oberyn Martell]] and his sister Princess [[Elia Martell|Elia]] visited Crakehall on their way to [[Casterly Rock]] where their mother attempted to broker their marriages to the [[House Lannister|Lannister]] twins, [[Cersei Lannister|Cersei]] and [[Jaime Lannister|Jaime]].{{ref|ASOS|70}} Jaime and [[Merrett Frey]] were both squires at Crakehall.{{ref|AFFC|30}}
  
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Revision as of 12:26, 23 February 2018

The westerlands and the location of Crakehall
The westerlands and the location of Crakehall
Crakehall
The westerlands and the location of Crakehall

Crakehall or Crakehall Castle is the seat of House Crakehall in the southwestern westerlands. It is located on the Searoad[1] along the Sunset Sea, south of Lannisport and north of Old Oak. Cornfield and Red Lake are east of Crakehall. There is a large forest in the vicinity of the castle.[2]

History

When he learned that his son and daughter, Aegon and Rhaena, were under siege at Crakehall, King Aenys I Targaryen collapsed and died three days later.[3]

Prince Oberyn Martell and his sister Princess Elia visited Crakehall on their way to Casterly Rock where their mother attempted to broker their marriages to the Lannister twins, Cersei and Jaime.[4] Jaime and Merrett Frey were both squires at Crakehall.[5]

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