Harwyn Plumm

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Harwyn Plumm
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Alias Hardstone[1]
Title Ser
Commander of the garrison at Darry[1]
Allegiance House Plumm
House Lannister of Darry
Culture Westermen
Book(s) A Storm of Swords (mentioned)
A Feast for Crows (mentioned)

Ser Harwyn Plumm, called Hardstone, is a knight from House Plumm. He is the third son of Lord Philip Plumm.[1]

Appearance and Character

Harwyn is hard-eyed and taciturn, unforgiving and deadly. He uses a warhammer. Ser Jaime Lannister considers him a good man to command a garrison, but not someone to love.[2]

Recent Events

A Storm of Swords

Harwyn and his brothers Ser Dennis and Ser Peter Plumm are among the men who are sent by Lord Tywin Lannister to the Riverlands in search of his son, after Ser Jaime Lannister has been released from Riverrun by Lady Catelyn Stark.[3]

A Feast for Crows

Ser Harwyn clears the broken men from Darry, before Lord Lancel Lannister takes his seat there.[4] Subsequently, he serves as commander of the garrison at the castle.[1]

Harwyn considers the tales that Lord Beric Dondarrion can't be killed lies. He promises Lady Amerei, whose father Merrett Frey was hanged by the Brotherhood Without Banners, that he is going to bring her Dondarrion's head. He believes that the smallfolk in the Riverlands secretly hide and support the Brotherhood, lying about this to their lords.[2]

Upon hearing reports that there are outlaws on the other side of the Trident, he takes five knights and twenty archers and goes searching for them, making him miss Ser Jaime Lannister's visit to the castle when Jaime is on his way to ending the siege at Riverrun. When he learns about Harwyn's vow to Lady Amerei, Jaime reflects how very different Harwyn is from his more companionable brothers, and, noticing her blushing when she calls Harwyn gallant, he suspects that "Gatehouse Ami" does have an amorous interest in Harwyn. When Jaime warns Lancel about this, his cousin expresses his indifference, announcing that he is going to renounce lordship and marriage and that Harwyn can have both, if he wants to.[2]