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==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
[[Stannis Baratheon|Stannis]]' host depart from [[Deepwood Motte]]. [[Asha Greyjoy|Asha]] is chained and carried on at the back of the baggage train under guard by [[Alysane Mormont]]. Stannis means to bring her to [[Winterfell]] to show off the Kraken's daughter as his captive and a sign of his strength. They believe the three hundred mile march should take them about 15 days to Winterfell.
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[[Stannis Baratheon|Stannis's]] host departs from [[Deepwood Motte]]. [[Asha Greyjoy|Asha]] is chained and carried on at the back of the baggage train under guard by [[Alysane Mormont]]. Stannis means to bring her to [[Winterfell]] to show off the Kraken's daughter as his captive and a sign of his strength. They believe the three hundred mile march through the [[Wolfswood]] should take them about fifteen days to Winterfell.
  
She bent her knee at Deepwood Motte, but thinks to herself that others have bent the knee before, such as [[Balon Greyjoy|Balon]], who rose again to fight another day. Wise advice years earlier from her father. As part of her surrender she hopes that Stannis will spare the rest of her [[Ironborn]] their lives, which he does, imprisoning them at Deepwood Motte. She listens to talk between the northmen, seeing their pride in their king, though she predicts many if not all will die in a siege attempt of Winterfell. [[Justin Massey|Ser Justin]] takes a courteous nature with Asha, treating her well. She believes he is after her lands, but takes his company over being left alone.
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She bent her knee at Deepwood Motte, but thinks to herself that others have bent the knee before, such as [[Balon Greyjoy|Balon]], who rose again to fight another day. Wise advice years earlier from her father. As part of her surrender she hopes that Stannis will spare the rest of her [[ironborn]] their lives, which he does, imprisoning them at Deepwood Motte. She listens to talk between the northmen, seeing their pride in their king, though she predicts many if not all will die in a siege attempt of Winterfell. Ser [[Justin Massey]] takes a courteous nature with Asha, treating her well. She believes he is after her lands, but takes his company over being left alone.
  
 
After a few nights, she is brought to Stannis and tries to treat with him. She says that his brother [[Robert Baratheon]] was renowned for turning his foes into friends, but learns that she should not speak his brothers name as it angers Stannis.
 
After a few nights, she is brought to Stannis and tries to treat with him. She says that his brother [[Robert Baratheon]] was renowned for turning his foes into friends, but learns that she should not speak his brothers name as it angers Stannis.

Revision as of 17:19, 13 June 2013

The King's Prize
A Dance with Dragons chapter
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Place Wolfswood
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Chapter chronology (All)
The Wayward Bride
The Turncloak  ← {{{current}}} →  Daenerys VII

The Sacrifice

Synopsis

Stannis's host departs from Deepwood Motte. Asha is chained and carried on at the back of the baggage train under guard by Alysane Mormont. Stannis means to bring her to Winterfell to show off the Kraken's daughter as his captive and a sign of his strength. They believe the three hundred mile march through the Wolfswood should take them about fifteen days to Winterfell.

She bent her knee at Deepwood Motte, but thinks to herself that others have bent the knee before, such as Balon, who rose again to fight another day. Wise advice years earlier from her father. As part of her surrender she hopes that Stannis will spare the rest of her ironborn their lives, which he does, imprisoning them at Deepwood Motte. She listens to talk between the northmen, seeing their pride in their king, though she predicts many if not all will die in a siege attempt of Winterfell. Ser Justin Massey takes a courteous nature with Asha, treating her well. She believes he is after her lands, but takes his company over being left alone.

After a few nights, she is brought to Stannis and tries to treat with him. She says that his brother Robert Baratheon was renowned for turning his foes into friends, but learns that she should not speak his brothers name as it angers Stannis.

The snow begins to take a toll on the passage of the southern men, however the northmen are used to this weather and proceed quickly. Later she hears the queensmen, worshipers of the Lord of Light, begin to contemplate a sacrifice to appease their god and blow the storm away. Stannis does not listen to them, nor does he listen to the pleas to make camp and wait out the storm. After fifteen days, the estimated time of arrival, they have only made half the distance through nine days of storm. After thirty days, they have yet to reach Winterfell. Morgan Liddle, the man who nearly slayed her at Deepwood Motte, comes to apologize, but only for calling her a cunt, not for nearly killing her.

Later they reach a small village where they make camp and try to catch some fish. Asha realizes that Stannis is now a gaunt figure, having lost much weight on the march. They are encamped now and locked in by snow, unable to move. Worse, they have almost no provisions, and are starving.

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