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'''John Mudd''' is a serjeant in service to the [[Golden Company]].{{ref|aDwD|Appendix}}
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'''John Mudd''' is a sellsword in service to the [[Golden Company]]. His rank serjeant.
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{{ref|aDwD|Appendix}}
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==Appearance==
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He wears his worldly wealth upon his person and a lord’s ransom in golden arms rings.
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==History==
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He is a [[Westeros]]i exile.  His surname [[House Mudd|Mudd]] was a house that once loomed large in the histories of the Seven Kingdoms.  He may or not be of [[House Mudd]], in the free companies a man can call himself whatever he chooses. 
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==Recent Events==
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===A Dance with Dragons===
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John is likely present during [[Jon Connington]]’s rendezvous with the [[Golden Company]] three miles south of [[Volon Therys]]. [[Jon Connington]] notices that a Mudd is present during the meeting.
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Like the rest of the company, swears his allegiance to [[Aegon Targaryen]] before they [[Landing of the Golden Company|invade Westeros]]. {{Ref|aDwD|24}}
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 18:48, 1 April 2013

John Mudd
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Title Serjeant
Allegiance Golden Company
Book(s) A Dance with Dragons

John Mudd is a sellsword in service to the Golden Company. His rank serjeant. [1]

Appearance

He wears his worldly wealth upon his person and a lord’s ransom in golden arms rings.

History

He is a Westerosi exile. His surname Mudd was a house that once loomed large in the histories of the Seven Kingdoms. He may or not be of House Mudd, in the free companies a man can call himself whatever he chooses.

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

John is likely present during Jon Connington’s rendezvous with the Golden Company three miles south of Volon Therys. Jon Connington notices that a Mudd is present during the meeting.

Like the rest of the company, swears his allegiance to Aegon Targaryen before they invade Westeros. [2]

References and Notes