Master of Deepwood Motte

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Master of Deepwood Motte[1][2][3] is a title held by the head of House Glover, the ruler of Deepwood Motte in the north.[1]

The north and the location of Deepwood Motte
The north and the location of Deepwood Motte
Deepwood Motte
The north and the location of Deepwood Motte

History

The Glovers ruled as First Men kings after the Long Night, but they were eventually reduced to vassals by the Kings of Winter from House Stark.[4]

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

Master Galbart is part of Robb Stark's war council at Moat Cailin,[5] where he warns Robb not to trust Lord Walder Frey.[6] When the northern host splits at the Twins, he stays with Robb, participating in the battle in the Whispering Wood[7] and the Battle of the Camps. He objects to supporting King Joffrey I Baratheon and is in attendance when Robb is proclaimed King in the North at Riverrun.[8]

A Clash of Kings

Lord Balon Greyjoy sends Asha Greyjoy to capture Galbart's lightly-held castle.[9]

After the Battle of Oxcross, Galbart raids along the coast of the westerlands.[10]

A Storm of Swords

When news reaches Riverrun of Robett Glover's capture at Duskendale, Galbart fears for his brother's life.[11] It is partly that fear that causes King Robb Stark to trade Martyn Lannister for Robett.[12]

On the way to the Twins, Galbart is named commander of Robb's scouts and outriders in place of Ser Brynden Tully who remains at Riverrun. After receiving news of the death of King Balon Greyjoy, Robb advances his plan to retake Moat Cailin while Lord Captain Victarion Greyjoy is away. Galbart is ordered by Robb to go with Lord Jason Mallister and Lady Maege Mormont to Seagard and sail up the Neck to find Greywater Watch so that the crannogmen can direct Robb's army around the rear of the ancient fortress.[12] Robb is killed in the Red Wedding, however.[13] Though Jason later remains at Seagard,[2] Galbart's and Maege's whereabouts are currently unknown.

Known Master of Deepwood Motte

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