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Revision as of 19:28, 9 June 2016

House Waxley of Wickenden
Waxley large.png
Coat of arms Three candles, white with red flames, within silver candle holders, on a grey field within a black border
(Cendrée, three candles white in holders argent inflamed gules, within a bordure sable)
Words Light in Darkness
Seat Wickenden
Lord Ser Edmund Waxley
Region The Vale
Title The Knight of Wickenden
Overlord House Arryn

House Waxley of Wickenden is a noble house from Wickenden in the Vale. They are sworn to the Arryns.

They blazon their arms with three candles, white with red flames, within silver candle holders on a grey field bordered in black.[1][2] According to semi-canon sources their words are "Light in Darkness."[3]

Recent Events

A Feast for Crows

Lord Waxley gave Lady Lysa Arryn scented beeswax candles as a present in hopes of marrying the widow.[4]

A knight dressed with the arms of House Waxley accompanies Lord Nestor Royce to interrogate Alayne Stone after Lysa's death.[1]

Lord Waxley attends Lord Lyonel Corbray's wedding in Gulltown, which the Lords Declarant shun.[5] It is unknown if the Lord Waxley mentioned in A Feast for Crows is Ser Edmund Waxley, the Knight of Wickenden.[6]

House Waxley at the end of the third century

The known Waxleys during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:

References and Notes