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House Brune of Brownhollow

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House Brune of Brownhollow
House Brune (Brownhollow).svg
Coat of arms A bear paw, brown on white, within a double tressure brown
(Argent, a bear's paw erased within a double tressure brunâtre)
Seat Brownhollow
Current Lord Ser Bennard Brune
Region crownlands
Title The Knight of Brownhollow
Overlord House Baratheon of King's Landing

House Brune of Brownhollow is a house of landed knights from Brownhollow, which is located in Crackclaw Point in the crownlands.[1] According to semi-canon sources they blazon their arms with a bear paw, brown on white, within a double tressure brown.[2] Their words are not known.

The Brunes of Brownhollow are cousins to the Brunes of the Dyre Den.[3]

History

The Brothers Brune were legendary champions that brought peace to Crackclaw Point.[4]

During the Dance of the Dragons, the Brunes declared for Rhaenyra Targaryen. Brune forces joined Lord Walys Mooton to liberate Rook's Rest from the control of Aegon II Targaryen's greens.[5]

Brunes were with Prince Rhaegar Targaryen at the Battle of the Trident during Robert's Rebellion.[4]

Lothor Brune, distant kin to the Brunes of Brownhollow, visited the family after his father died. The Brunes sent Lothor away, however, claiming he was not of their blood.[1]

Recent Events

A Clash of Kings

Lothor Brune enters the service of Lord Petyr Baelish.[6] Lothor is knighted for his feats during the Battle of the Blackwater, and he is to be granted a keep in the riverlands once the War of the Five Kings ends.[7]

A Storm of Swords

Lothor's men slay Dontos Hollard after the fool leads Sansa Stark to Petyr's ship, Merling King, in Blackwater Bay.[8] Lothor accompanies Petyr and Sansa to the Vale of Arryn.[9]

A Feast for Crows

Lothor becomes captain of the House Arryn guards.[10]

House Brune of Brownhollow at the end of the third century

The known Brunes of Brownhollow during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:

With unspecified familiar relationship to the main branch of the house there is also:

  • Ser Lothor Brune, known as Lothor Apple-Eater, a distant cousin of the main branch.

Historical members

References