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Ser '''Richard Lonmouth''' was a famous knight. He was a close personal friend and former squire of Prince [[Rhaegar Targaryen]]. When he was ready, he received his knighthood from Prince Rhaegar.<ref>[[A Storm of Swords]], [[A Storm of Swords-Chapter 8|Chapter 8]], Daenerys</ref>
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Ser '''Richard Lonmouth''' was a famous knight.  
  
Richard was present at the [[Tourney at Harrenhal]] where he played a drinking game with [[Robert Baratheon]].{{Ref|ASOS|24}} Halfway through the tourney, he and Robert promised King [[Aerys II]] they would find and discover the true identity of the [[Knight of the Laughing Tree]].{{Ref|ASOS|24}}  
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==History==
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He was a close personal friend and former squire of Prince [[Rhaegar Targaryen]], alongside [[Myles Mooton]]. When he was ready, he received his knighthood from Prince Rhaegar.{{Ref|ASOS|8}}
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Richard was present at the [[Tourney at Harrenhal]], where he played a drinking game with [[Robert Baratheon]].{{Ref|ASOS|24}} Halfway through the tourney, he and Robert promised King [[Aerys II]] they would find and discover the true identity of the [[Knight of the Laughing Tree]].{{Ref|ASOS|24}}  
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 01:29, 27 February 2014

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Richard Lonmouth
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Alias The Knight of Skull and Kisses
Title Ser
Allegiance House Lonmouth
Book(s) A Storm of Swords (Mentioned)

Ser Richard Lonmouth was a famous knight.

History

He was a close personal friend and former squire of Prince Rhaegar Targaryen, alongside Myles Mooton. When he was ready, he received his knighthood from Prince Rhaegar.[1]

Richard was present at the Tourney at Harrenhal, where he played a drinking game with Robert Baratheon.[2] Halfway through the tourney, he and Robert promised King Aerys II they would find and discover the true identity of the Knight of the Laughing Tree.[2]

References and Notes