Battle at Acorn Hall

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Battle at Acorn Hall
Conflict Dance of the Dragons
Date 130 AC
Place Acorn Hall, riverlands
Result Victory for the greens
Combatants
House Targaryen (Rhaenyra).svg Blacks House Targaryen (Aegon II).svg Greens
Commanders
House Smallwood.svg Lord Joseth Smallwood
House Piper.svg Lord Petyr Piper
House Tarbeck.svg Ser Adrian Tarbeck
Strength
Unknown Unknown
Casualties
Unknown
Lord Petyr Piper
Petyr Piper's grandson
Unknown

A battle at Acorn Hall occurred in 130 AC during the Dance of the Dragons.

History

Lord Jason Lannister was slain during the Battle at the Red Fork, with Ser Adrian Tarbeck taking command of the victorious greens and Lord Petyr Piper leading the surviving blacks in retreat. As the westermen marched east toward Harrenhal, they were confronted at Acorn Hall by blacks led by Lord Joseth Smallwood, the lord of the castle, and Lord Piper. Petyr died during the battle, however, and Joseth retreated into Acorn Hall. According to Mushroom, Lord Piper died of a burst heart when he saw his grandson's head on a spear.[1]

Three days after the battle at Acorn Hall, Adrian and Ser Harry Penny slew each other in renewed fighting after the rivermen regrouped. Lord Humfrey Lefford took command of the remaining greens.[1]

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 House Crakehall, House Swyft, and House Reyne are not directly mentioned at this battle. However, Ser Clarent Crakehall, Lord Swyft, and Lord Reyne were part of the Lannister host at the Battle by the Lakeshore. Therefore it can be assumed that Crakehalls, Swyfts and Reynes were present at this battle.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Fire & Blood, The Dying of the Dragons - Rhaenyra Triumphant.