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'''Desmond''' is a member of the guards of [[Winterfell]] who accompanies Lord [[Eddard Stark]] to [[King's Landing]] when he assumes the position of [[Hand of the King]].{{Ref|aGoT|45}}
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'''Desmond''' is a member of the [[House Stark guards|guards]] of [[Winterfell]] who accompanies Lord [[Eddard Stark]] to [[King's Landing]] when he assumes the position of [[Hand of the King]].{{Ref|aGoT|45}}
  
 
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Desmond accompanies Lord [[Eddard Stark|Eddard's]] party to the trial and execution of [[Gared|a deserter]] from the [[Night's Watch]]. He and [[Tomard]] drag the man to an ironwood stump, where he is beheaded by Lord Eddard with his greatsword [[Ice]]. On their way home to [[Winterfell]], the party comes across a dead [[direwolf]] and Desmond and [[Jory Cassel]] are eventually told by Eddard to gather up its pups.{{Ref|aGoT|1}}{{Ref|aGoT|70}}  
 
Desmond accompanies Lord [[Eddard Stark|Eddard's]] party to the trial and execution of [[Gared|a deserter]] from the [[Night's Watch]]. He and [[Tomard]] drag the man to an ironwood stump, where he is beheaded by Lord Eddard with his greatsword [[Ice]]. On their way home to [[Winterfell]], the party comes across a dead [[direwolf]] and Desmond and [[Jory Cassel]] are eventually told by Eddard to gather up its pups.{{Ref|aGoT|1}}{{Ref|aGoT|70}}  
  
Desmond admits Maester [[Luwin]] to see Lord Eddard in Lady [[Catelyn Tully|Catelyn's]] chambers, when Luwin brings a coded letter from [[Lysa Tully|Lysa Arryn]] informing her sister that [[Jon Arryn]] was murdered by [[Cersei Lannister]].{{Ref|aGoT|6}}
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Desmond admits Maester [[Luwin]] to see Lord Eddard in Lady [[Catelyn Stark|Catelyn's]] chambers, when Luwin brings a coded letter from [[Lysa Arryn]] informing her sister that [[Jon Arryn]] was murdered by [[Cersei Lannister]].{{Ref|aGoT|6}}
  
Desmond is one of the Winterfell guards who goes south with Lord Eddard, when he becomes [[Hand of the King]]. He takes his meals in the Small Hall of the [[Red Keep]], where he can be seen in the company of Jory Cassel, [[Hullen]], [[Harwin]] and [[Jacks]].{{Ref|aGoT|22}}
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Desmond is one of the Winterfell guards who goes south with Lord Eddard, when he becomes [[Hand of the King]]. He takes his meals in the Small Hall of the [[Red Keep]], where he can be seen in the company of Jory Cassel, [[Hullen]], [[Harwin]], and [[Jacks]].{{Ref|aGoT|22}}
  
 
Desmond and Tomard take positions along the route of Eddard when he goes to the armory of [[Tobho Mott]] in the [[King's Landing|Street of Steel]]. Their assignment is to look out for people following Eddard.{{Ref|aGoT|27}}  
 
Desmond and Tomard take positions along the route of Eddard when he goes to the armory of [[Tobho Mott]] in the [[King's Landing|Street of Steel]]. Their assignment is to look out for people following Eddard.{{Ref|aGoT|27}}  
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Desmond presents [[Yoren]] before Eddard when the [[Night's Watch]] recruiter informs him about Lady Catelyn taking [[Tyrion Lannister]] captive on her way back to Winterfell. Desmond leads [[Arya Stark]] out of the room on Eddard's command and to her chambers. Arya wishes it was Tomard who is guarding her father as she then might have been able to linger on and listen at the door, whereas Desmond is too single-minded in his duty to fall for her tricks. On the way to the chambers, Arya asks him how many guards her father has, receiving the answer that the number is fifty. She inquires whether they will make sure that her father will not be killed, to which Desmond laughs and assures her that her father is guarded day and night. When Arya points out that the [[House Lannister|Lannisters]] have more men, he replies that every northman is worth ten southron swords and that she can sleep easy. Arya suggests that a wizard might be sent to kill her father, but Desmond says that wizards die just as other men when one cuts off their heads, drawing his longsword for stressing his point.{{Ref|aGoT|32}}
 
Desmond presents [[Yoren]] before Eddard when the [[Night's Watch]] recruiter informs him about Lady Catelyn taking [[Tyrion Lannister]] captive on her way back to Winterfell. Desmond leads [[Arya Stark]] out of the room on Eddard's command and to her chambers. Arya wishes it was Tomard who is guarding her father as she then might have been able to linger on and listen at the door, whereas Desmond is too single-minded in his duty to fall for her tricks. On the way to the chambers, Arya asks him how many guards her father has, receiving the answer that the number is fifty. She inquires whether they will make sure that her father will not be killed, to which Desmond laughs and assures her that her father is guarded day and night. When Arya points out that the [[House Lannister|Lannisters]] have more men, he replies that every northman is worth ten southron swords and that she can sleep easy. Arya suggests that a wizard might be sent to kill her father, but Desmond says that wizards die just as other men when one cuts off their heads, drawing his longsword for stressing his point.{{Ref|aGoT|32}}
  
When Eddard sends most of his best swords with Ser [[Beric Dondarrion]] to bring Ser [[Gregor Clegane]] to justice, Desmond stays in King's Landing. He and [[Cayn]] admit [[Petyr Baelish]] to the Hand's chambers just as Eddard has finished his letter to [[Stannis Baratheon]] asking him to return to King's Landing because of King [[Robert Baratheon]]'s expected death.{{Ref|aGoT|45}}
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When Eddard sends most of his best swords with Ser [[Beric Dondarrion]] to bring Ser [[Gregor Clegane]] to justice, Desmond stays in King's Landing. He and [[Cayn]] admit [[Petyr Baelish]] to the Hand's chambers just as Eddard has finished his letter to [[Stannis Baratheon]] asking him to return to King's Landing because of King [[Robert I Baratheon]]'s expected death.{{Ref|aGoT|45}}
  
 
Desmond is killed in the Stark household purge following Eddard's arrest. Arya finds his body in the stable, lying next to the body of a Lannister soldier. Arya assumes that Desmond killed only one Lannister man, which makes her remember how he assured her that no harm would befall her father and that every northman was worth ten southron swords. She kicks the body in a sudden fury and calls Desmond a liar.{{Ref|aGoT|50}}  
 
Desmond is killed in the Stark household purge following Eddard's arrest. Arya finds his body in the stable, lying next to the body of a Lannister soldier. Arya assumes that Desmond killed only one Lannister man, which makes her remember how he assured her that no harm would befall her father and that every northman was worth ten southron swords. She kicks the body in a sudden fury and calls Desmond a liar.{{Ref|aGoT|50}}  
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Revision as of 18:27, 10 February 2016

Desmond
Allegiance House Stark
Died In 298 AC, at King's Landing
Book(s) A Game of Thrones (appears)
A Clash of Kings (mentioned)
A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)

Desmond is a member of the guards of Winterfell who accompanies Lord Eddard Stark to King's Landing when he assumes the position of Hand of the King.[1]

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

Desmond accompanies Lord Eddard's party to the trial and execution of a deserter from the Night's Watch. He and Tomard drag the man to an ironwood stump, where he is beheaded by Lord Eddard with his greatsword Ice. On their way home to Winterfell, the party comes across a dead direwolf and Desmond and Jory Cassel are eventually told by Eddard to gather up its pups.[2][3]

Desmond admits Maester Luwin to see Lord Eddard in Lady Catelyn's chambers, when Luwin brings a coded letter from Lysa Arryn informing her sister that Jon Arryn was murdered by Cersei Lannister.[4]

Desmond is one of the Winterfell guards who goes south with Lord Eddard, when he becomes Hand of the King. He takes his meals in the Small Hall of the Red Keep, where he can be seen in the company of Jory Cassel, Hullen, Harwin, and Jacks.[5]

Desmond and Tomard take positions along the route of Eddard when he goes to the armory of Tobho Mott in the Street of Steel. Their assignment is to look out for people following Eddard.[6]

Desmond presents Yoren before Eddard when the Night's Watch recruiter informs him about Lady Catelyn taking Tyrion Lannister captive on her way back to Winterfell. Desmond leads Arya Stark out of the room on Eddard's command and to her chambers. Arya wishes it was Tomard who is guarding her father as she then might have been able to linger on and listen at the door, whereas Desmond is too single-minded in his duty to fall for her tricks. On the way to the chambers, Arya asks him how many guards her father has, receiving the answer that the number is fifty. She inquires whether they will make sure that her father will not be killed, to which Desmond laughs and assures her that her father is guarded day and night. When Arya points out that the Lannisters have more men, he replies that every northman is worth ten southron swords and that she can sleep easy. Arya suggests that a wizard might be sent to kill her father, but Desmond says that wizards die just as other men when one cuts off their heads, drawing his longsword for stressing his point.[7]

When Eddard sends most of his best swords with Ser Beric Dondarrion to bring Ser Gregor Clegane to justice, Desmond stays in King's Landing. He and Cayn admit Petyr Baelish to the Hand's chambers just as Eddard has finished his letter to Stannis Baratheon asking him to return to King's Landing because of King Robert I Baratheon's expected death.[1]

Desmond is killed in the Stark household purge following Eddard's arrest. Arya finds his body in the stable, lying next to the body of a Lannister soldier. Arya assumes that Desmond killed only one Lannister man, which makes her remember how he assured her that no harm would befall her father and that every northman was worth ten southron swords. She kicks the body in a sudden fury and calls Desmond a liar.[8]

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