Chain

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Chain
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Alias Chains[1]
Title Serjeant
Allegiance Golden Company
Book(s) A Dance with Dragons (appendix)
The Winds of Winter (appears)

Chain is a sellsword in service to the Golden Company. As a serjeant, he is a high-ranking officer.[1] His given name is unknown.

Character and Appearance

A brusque man, Chain is taller than Young John Mudd, and wears two rusted chains across his chest. Instead of a blade, he uses five feet of heavy linked iron as a whip.[2]

History

Chain's great grandsire had fought for Daemon Blackfyre in the Battle of the Redgrass Field and fled to exile accross the narrow sea with Bittersteel. His father was a sellsword of the Company, and fathered Chain on a camp follower. He was raised to speak the Common Tongue and think of himself as Westerosi.[2]

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

Chain, like the rest of the company, swears his allegiance to Aegon Targaryen in Volon Therys before they invade Westeros.[3]

The Winds of Winter

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Chain and Young John Mudd hold Mistwood for the Golden Company. They keep Lady Mary Mertyns under house arrest and host Arianne Martell's party for a night.[2]

While escorting Arianne part of the way to Griffin's Roost, Chain reveals the story of his family, and tells her he had never set foot in Westeros before the invasion. He also reveals some details about his fellow sellswords, including Young John Mudd's skill with dice, Two Swords' fondness for red haired women, Little Pussy and his lucky cat, the time someone stole Harry Strickland's favorite elephant, and other stories of the members of the Golden Company. He also slips that Jon Connington is planning to seize Storm's End.[2]

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