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===''A Feast for Crows''===
 
===''A Feast for Crows''===
 
The Sparr, his son [[Steffarion Sparr|Steffarion]], and [[Gormond Goodbrother]] meet [[Aeron Greyjoy]] to give him the news that [[Balon Greyjoy]] has died.{{ref|AFFC|1}}
 
The Sparr, his son [[Steffarion Sparr|Steffarion]], and [[Gormond Goodbrother]] meet [[Aeron Greyjoy]] to give him the news that [[Balon Greyjoy]] has died.{{ref|AFFC|1}}
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==Quotes by the Sparr==
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{{quote|I was drowned as a boy, and [[Steffarion Sparr|my son]] upon his [[name day]].{{ref|AFFC|1}}|The Sparr to [[Aeron Greyjoy]]}}
  
 
==Quotes about the Sparr==
 
==Quotes about the Sparr==
{{Quote|Aeron knew the Sparr, a hatched-faced old man with watery eyes whose quavery voice was law on this part of Great Wyk.{{ref|AFFC|1}}}} - [[Aeron Greyjoy]]
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{{Quote|Aeron knew the Sparr, a hatched-faced old man with watery eyes whose quavery voice was law on this part of Great Wyk.{{ref|AFFC|1}}|thoughts of [[Aeron Greyjoy]]}}
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 21:44, 6 February 2019

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The Sparr
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Title The Sparr
Allegiance House Sparr
Culture ironborn
Book(s) A Feast for Crows (mentioned)

The Sparr is the head and lord of House Sparr of Great Wyk; his given name has not been mentioned in A Song of Ice and Fire. He is a hatchet-faced old man with watery eyes. Steffarion Sparr is his heir.

History

The Sparr was ritually drowned in service to the Drowned God as a boy.[1]

Recent Events

A Feast for Crows

The Sparr, his son Steffarion, and Gormond Goodbrother meet Aeron Greyjoy to give him the news that Balon Greyjoy has died.[1]

Quotes by the Sparr

I was drowned as a boy, and my son upon his name day.[1]

—The Sparr to Aeron Greyjoy

Quotes about the Sparr

Aeron knew the Sparr, a hatched-faced old man with watery eyes whose quavery voice was law on this part of Great Wyk.[1]

—thoughts of Aeron Greyjoy

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 1, The Prophet.