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Patrek of King's Mountain
|Alias||Patrek of King's Mountain|
House Baratheon of Dragonstone|
|Died||In 300 AC, at The Wall|
|Book(s)||A Dance with Dragons (appears)|
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Patrek is clean-shaven and windburnt. His knightly raiment are of white and blue and silver, his cloak a spatter of five-pointed stars.
Patrek's lands were lost to him when he went north with King Stannis.
A Dance with Dragons
Patrek stays with Queen Selyse Florent at Eastwatch-by-the-Sea when Stannis Baratheon goes to take Deepwood Motte. When Selyse leaves Eastwatch to go to the Nightfort, Patrek accompanies her to Castle Black. He commands the fifty knights and men-at-arms left behind to guard Queen Selyse and Princess Shireen Baratheon. He thinks he would have made a better husband for Alys Karstark than Sigorn and he is smitten by Val. When Selyse suggests that Patrek should marry Val, Jon Snow states that wildling women must be stolen, showing the man's strength, to which Patrek replies, "No man has ever had cause to question my courage. No woman ever will." He is later slain at Hardin's Tower, where Val is staying, killed by the giant, Wun Weg Wun Dar Wun.
Behind the Scenes
Patrek of King's Mountain is named after a friend of George R. R. Martin, Patrick St. Denis of Montreal. Patrick is a fan of the Dallas Cowboys football team (whose logo is a blue star), while George supports the New York Giants.