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| Alias = Old John Mudd
 
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'''John Mudd''', also known as '''Old John Mudd''', was a [[sellsword]] in service to the [[Golden Company]]. He was the father of [[Young John Mudd]].<ref name=Ar2>[[Arianne II (The Winds of Winter)]]</ref>
 
'''John Mudd''', also known as '''Old John Mudd''', was a [[sellsword]] in service to the [[Golden Company]]. He was the father of [[Young John Mudd]].<ref name=Ar2>[[Arianne II (The Winds of Winter)]]</ref>
  
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His surname Mudd is of a house that had once loomed large in the histories of the [[Seven Kingdoms]]. He may or may not have been of [[House Mudd]], as in the free companies a man can call himself whatever he chooses.{{ref|adwd|24}} He may have been related to a serjeant in the company, [[Lorimas Mudd]].
 
His surname Mudd is of a house that had once loomed large in the histories of the [[Seven Kingdoms]]. He may or may not have been of [[House Mudd]], as in the free companies a man can call himself whatever he chooses.{{ref|adwd|24}} He may have been related to a serjeant in the company, [[Lorimas Mudd]].
  
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[[Category:Golden Company|Mudd, John Old]]
 
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[[Category:Mercenaries|Mudd, John Old]]
 
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This information has thus far been released in a sample chapter for The Winds of Winter, and might therefore not be in finalized form. Keep in mind that the content as described below is still subject to change.
Golden Company.svg
John Mudd
Golden Company.svg
Alias Old John Mudd
Title Serjeant
Allegiance Golden Company
Book(s) The Winds of Winter (mentioned)

John Mudd, also known as Old John Mudd, was a sellsword in service to the Golden Company. He was the father of Young John Mudd.[1]

History

His surname Mudd is of a house that had once loomed large in the histories of the Seven Kingdoms. He may or may not have been of House Mudd, as in the free companies a man can call himself whatever he chooses.[2] He may have been related to a serjeant in the company, Lorimas Mudd.

References