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The '''High Septon''' during the [[War of Conquest]] was a [[High Septon]] of the [[Faith of the Seven]] 300 years ago.  His real name is unknown as High Septons once elected to office abandon their names.
 
The '''High Septon''' during the [[War of Conquest]] was a [[High Septon]] of the [[Faith of the Seven]] 300 years ago.  His real name is unknown as High Septons once elected to office abandon their names.
  
 
==The War of Conquest==
 
==The War of Conquest==
When news arrived in [[Oldtown]] of the landing of Aegon and his sisters, the [[High Septon]] locked himslef away under the dome of the [[Starry Sept]] in Oldtown and fasted and prayed for seven days and nights, taking no nourishment but bread and water. {{Ref|aFfC|28|p 521}}   
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When news arrived in [[Oldtown]] of the landing of Aegon and his sisters, the [[High Septon]] locked himslef away under the dome of the [[Starry Sept]] in Oldtown and fasted and prayed for seven days and nights, taking no nourishment but bread and water.{{Ref|aFfC|28}}   
  
 
When he emerged he announced that the [[Faith of the Seven|Faith]] would not have them oppose the Targaryens, because [[Crone (the Seven)|the Crone]] had shown him that to do so would mean the destruction of Oldtown in [[dragonflame]].  
 
When he emerged he announced that the [[Faith of the Seven|Faith]] would not have them oppose the Targaryens, because [[Crone (the Seven)|the Crone]] had shown him that to do so would mean the destruction of Oldtown in [[dragonflame]].  
  
Lord [[Banfred Hightower]], a pious man, heeded the High Septon's prophecy and kept his forces at Oldtown and when Aegon's marched south towards Oldtown, he freely open his gates submitting to Aegon's authority. His High Holiness anointed the Conqueror with the seven oils and acknowledged his place as King of Westeros,{{Ref|aFfC|28|p 521}} destroying much of the remaining opposition among the Westerosi people.
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Lord [[Banfred Hightower]], a pious man, heeded the High Septon's prophecy and kept his forces at Oldtown and when Aegon's marched south towards Oldtown, he freely open his gates submitting to Aegon's authority. His High Holiness anointed the Conqueror with the seven oils and acknowledged his place as King of Westeros,{{Ref|aFfC|28}} destroying much of the remaining opposition among the Westerosi people.
  
 
==References in the Books==
 
==References in the Books==
 
===''A Feast for Crows''===
 
===''A Feast for Crows''===
The [[High Sparrow|new High Septon]] mentions this High Septon to [[Cersei Lannister]] during their meeting in the [[Great Sept of Baelor]].  He tells her that Lord [[Banfred Hightower]] heeded the High Septon's prophecy. He informs her that he must go and do as the High Septon did 300 years ago did, pray and fast.  When Cersei asks him if it will be for seven days and seven nights he replies that is will be for as long as need be. {{Ref|aFfC|28|p 522}}
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The [[High Sparrow|new High Septon]] mentions this High Septon to [[Cersei Lannister]] during their meeting in the [[Great Sept of Baelor]].  He tells her that Lord [[Banfred Hightower]] heeded the High Septon's prophecy. He informs her that he must go and do as the High Septon did 300 years ago did, pray and fast.  When Cersei asks him if it will be for seven days and seven nights he replies that is will be for as long as need be.{{Ref|aFfC|28}}
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
{{Quote|"I must do as he did, three hundred years ago.  I must pray, and fast."{{Ref|aFfC|28|p 521}}}} - the [[High Sparrow|new High Septon]], to [[Cersei]]
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{{Quote|"I must do as he did, three hundred years ago.  I must pray, and fast."{{Ref|aFfC|28}}}} - the [[High Sparrow|new High Septon]], to [[Cersei Lannister]]
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 21:36, 10 February 2015

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High Septon



Title High Septon
His High Holiness
Allegiance The Faith of the Seven
Book(s) A Feast for Crows (mentioned)

The High Septon during the War of Conquest was a High Septon of the Faith of the Seven 300 years ago. His real name is unknown as High Septons once elected to office abandon their names.

The War of Conquest

When news arrived in Oldtown of the landing of Aegon and his sisters, the High Septon locked himslef away under the dome of the Starry Sept in Oldtown and fasted and prayed for seven days and nights, taking no nourishment but bread and water.[1]

When he emerged he announced that the Faith would not have them oppose the Targaryens, because the Crone had shown him that to do so would mean the destruction of Oldtown in dragonflame.

Lord Banfred Hightower, a pious man, heeded the High Septon's prophecy and kept his forces at Oldtown and when Aegon's marched south towards Oldtown, he freely open his gates submitting to Aegon's authority. His High Holiness anointed the Conqueror with the seven oils and acknowledged his place as King of Westeros,[1] destroying much of the remaining opposition among the Westerosi people.

References in the Books

A Feast for Crows

The new High Septon mentions this High Septon to Cersei Lannister during their meeting in the Great Sept of Baelor. He tells her that Lord Banfred Hightower heeded the High Septon's prophecy. He informs her that he must go and do as the High Septon did 300 years ago did, pray and fast. When Cersei asks him if it will be for seven days and seven nights he replies that is will be for as long as need be.[1]

Quotes

"I must do as he did, three hundred years ago. I must pray, and fast."[1]

- the new High Septon, to Cersei Lannister

References and Notes