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| Place_of_Death = [[Winterfell]]
 
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Myrtle is a wilding spearwive
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'''Myrtle''' is a [[wildling]] [[spearwife]]. She is gaunt with grey-hair.{{ref|adwd|51}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
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===''A Dance with Dragons''===
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She accompanies [[Mance Rayder]] along with five other [[spearwife|spearwives]] to [[Winterfell]] on a mission to free "[[Arya Stark]]" (the girl is actually [[Jeyne Poole]]) who is to wed [[Ramsay Snow]]. Mance disguised himself as "Abel", a singer{{ref|adwd|37}} and the six spearwives are his mother, wife, two daughters and two sisters who perform the instruments with him. She is Abel's mother.
  
===A Dance with Dragons===
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They play at the wedding feast{{ref|adwd|41}} and are responsible for the deaths of several [[House Bolton|Bolton]] men at arms. They later enlist the help of a reluctant and fearful [[Theon Greyjoy]] in freeing Jeyne.{{ref|adwd|46}} According to a letter Ramsay sent to [[Jon Snow]] on the Wall, Mance was captured and now wears the skins of the six women who accompanied him to Winterfell.{{ref|adwd|69}}
She accompanies [[Mance Rayder]] along with five other spearwives to [[Winterfell]] on a mission to free "[[Arya Stark]]" (the girl is actaully [[Jeyne Poole]]) who is to wed [[Ramsay Snow]]. Mance is "Abel" a singer and the six spearwives are his mother, wife, two daughters and two sisters who perform the instruments with him.
 
  
They play at the wedding feast and are responsible for the deaths of several Bolton men at arms. They later enlist the help of a reluctant and fearful [[Theon Greyjoy]] in freeing Jeyne. According to a letter Ramsay sent to [[Jon Snow]] on the Wall, Mance was captured and now wears the skins of the six women who accompanied him to Winterfell.
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Latest revision as of 21:00, 26 October 2018

Myrtle
Culture Free Folk
Died In 300 AC, at Winterfell
Book(s) A Dance with Dragons (appears)

Myrtle is a wildling spearwife. She is gaunt with grey-hair.[1]

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

She accompanies Mance Rayder along with five other spearwives to Winterfell on a mission to free "Arya Stark" (the girl is actually Jeyne Poole) who is to wed Ramsay Snow. Mance disguised himself as "Abel", a singer[2] and the six spearwives are his mother, wife, two daughters and two sisters who perform the instruments with him. She is Abel's mother.

They play at the wedding feast[3] and are responsible for the deaths of several Bolton men at arms. They later enlist the help of a reluctant and fearful Theon Greyjoy in freeing Jeyne.[4] According to a letter Ramsay sent to Jon Snow on the Wall, Mance was captured and now wears the skins of the six women who accompanied him to Winterfell.[5]

References