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King '''Tristifer IV Mudd''', also known as '''the Hammer of Justice''', was the fourth [[King of the Rivers and the Hills]] to bear that name. His crypt lies among the ruins of [[Oldstones]].<ref>[[A Storm of Swords]], [[A Storm of Swords-Chapter 45|Chapter 45]], Catelyn</ref>
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King '''Tristifer IV Mudd''', also known as '''the Hammer of Justice''', was the fourth [[King of the Rivers and the Hills]] to bear that name. A monarch of the [[First Men]] from [[House Mudd]], his crypt lies among the ruins of [[Oldstones]].{{ref|asos|45}}
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==Appearance==
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Tristifer's appearance can only be gleaned from the description of his tomb. He wore a beard and bore a warhammer.{{ref|asos|45}}
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
He ruled from the [[Trident]] to [[the Neck]] in the era where the [[First Men]] were being attacked and overrun by the [[Andal]] invasion. He fought one hundred battles, winning ninety-nine and losing one. The one battle he lost was his last, where seven Andal kings attacked simultaneously. He raised the castle that became known as [[Oldstones]], where it was the strongest in [[Westeros]] at the time of its construction. He was succeeded by his son, [[Tristifer V Mudd]].<ref>[[A Storm of Swords]], [[A Storm of Swords-Chapter 45|Chapter 45]], Catelyn</ref>
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[[File:Here Lies Tristifer.png|350px|thumb|[[Catelyn Tully|Catelyn]] and [[Robb Stark|Robb]] come upon King Tristifer's tomb at [[Oldstones]].<br>Art by onionjulius]]
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Tristifer ruled from the [[Trident]] to [[the Neck]] in the era when the [[First Men]] were being attacked and overrun in the [[Andal invasion]]. He raised the castle that became known as [[Oldstones]], the strongest in [[Westeros]] at the time of its construction.
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Tristifer was the last truly great king of the First Men in the Riverlands. When [[Roland II Arryn]], the [[King of Mountain and Vale]], invaded the riverlands, Tristifer smashed his forces and forced the [[Vale of Arryn|Valemen]] into retreat. One of Roland's allies then betrayed him to the river king, and Tristifer beheaded Roland at Oldstones.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Vale: The Eyrie}}
  
==Appearance==
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Tristifer is said to have fought one hundred battles, winning ninety-nine and losing one. The [[House Tully|Tullys]] fought alongside him in many of his campaigns. The one battle Tristifer lost was his last, where seven [[Andals|Andal]] kings attacked simultaneously; the greatest of the conquerors was [[Armistead Vance]].{{ref|TWOIAF| The Riverlands: House Tully}} Tristifer was succeeded by his son, [[Tristifer V Mudd]], the last of [[House Mudd]].{{ref|asos|45}}
His appearance can only be gleamed from the description of his tomb. He had worn a beard and bore a warhammer.<ref>[[A Storm of Swords]], [[A Storm of Swords-Chapter 45|Chapter 45]], Catelyn</ref>
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{{Quote|Old Tristifer don't mind my bony arse. The Hammer of Justice, they called him. Been a long while since he heard any new songs.{{Ref|asos|81}}|[[Tom of Sevenstreams]]'s reply, after being told to get off Tristifer's sepulchre by [[Merrett Frey]]}}
  
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Latest revision as of 02:03, 24 March 2019

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Tristifer IV Mudd
House Mudd.svg
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King Tristifer IV is defeated
Art by Roman Papsuev
Biographical Information
Full Name Tristifer of House Mudd, the Fourth of His Name
Alias The Hammer of Justice
Titles King of the Rivers and the Hills
Buried in Oldstones
Family
Royal House House Mudd
Successor Tristifer V Mudd
Issue Tristifer V Mudd
References
Books The World of Ice & Fire (mentioned)
A Storm of Swords
(mentioned)

King Tristifer IV Mudd, also known as the Hammer of Justice, was the fourth King of the Rivers and the Hills to bear that name. A monarch of the First Men from House Mudd, his crypt lies among the ruins of Oldstones.[1]

Appearance

Tristifer's appearance can only be gleaned from the description of his tomb. He wore a beard and bore a warhammer.[1]

History

Catelyn and Robb come upon King Tristifer's tomb at Oldstones.
Art by onionjulius

Tristifer ruled from the Trident to the Neck in the era when the First Men were being attacked and overrun in the Andal invasion. He raised the castle that became known as Oldstones, the strongest in Westeros at the time of its construction.

Tristifer was the last truly great king of the First Men in the Riverlands. When Roland II Arryn, the King of Mountain and Vale, invaded the riverlands, Tristifer smashed his forces and forced the Valemen into retreat. One of Roland's allies then betrayed him to the river king, and Tristifer beheaded Roland at Oldstones.[2]

Tristifer is said to have fought one hundred battles, winning ninety-nine and losing one. The Tullys fought alongside him in many of his campaigns. The one battle Tristifer lost was his last, where seven Andal kings attacked simultaneously; the greatest of the conquerors was Armistead Vance.[3] Tristifer was succeeded by his son, Tristifer V Mudd, the last of House Mudd.[1]

Quotes

Old Tristifer don't mind my bony arse. The Hammer of Justice, they called him. Been a long while since he heard any new songs.[4]

Tom of Sevenstreams's reply, after being told to get off Tristifer's sepulchre by Merrett Frey

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 A Storm of Swords, Chapter 45, Catelyn V.
  2. The World of Ice & Fire, The Vale: The Eyrie.
  3. The World of Ice & Fire, The Riverlands: House Tully.
  4. A Storm of Swords, Epilogue.