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[[Catelyn Tully|Catelyn]] hears [[Robb Stark|Robb]]’s return from the west, and recalls that when [[Edmure Tully|Edmure]] returned, dozens of men left after trampling Robb’s banner, all of them [[House Frey|Freys]]. She is brought before her son to explain why she released [[Jaime Lannister]]. [[Rickard Karstark]], whose sons [[Eddard Karstark|Eddard]] and [[Torrhen Karstark|Torrhen]] were killed by Jaime, is angry at her but Robb is more gentle and acknowledges that "love is not always wise". Thinking about her daughters who she had hoped to trade for Ser Jaime, Catelyn agrees. Lord Karstark, however, is unappeased and leaves the room in a fury.  
 
[[Catelyn Tully|Catelyn]] hears [[Robb Stark|Robb]]’s return from the west, and recalls that when [[Edmure Tully|Edmure]] returned, dozens of men left after trampling Robb’s banner, all of them [[House Frey|Freys]]. She is brought before her son to explain why she released [[Jaime Lannister]]. [[Rickard Karstark]], whose sons [[Eddard Karstark|Eddard]] and [[Torrhen Karstark|Torrhen]] were killed by Jaime, is angry at her but Robb is more gentle and acknowledges that "love is not always wise". Thinking about her daughters who she had hoped to trade for Ser Jaime, Catelyn agrees. Lord Karstark, however, is unappeased and leaves the room in a fury.  
  
In privacy, Robb introduces his mother to his new bride! Catelyn immediately realizes that, as Robb was pledged to marry a Frey, he has insulted the Freys and broken the alliance. But with his "love is not always wise" speech Robb has made it impossible to blame him, as Catelyn disobeyed him because of her love for her daughters
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In privacy, Robb introduces his mother to his new bride. Catelyn immediately realizes that, as Robb was pledged to marry a Frey, he has insulted the Freys and broken the alliance. But with his "love is not always wise" speech Robb has made it impossible to blame him, as Catelyn disobeyed him because of her love for her daughters.
  
 
Robb tells her how he met his wife. He had taken a wound storming [[the Crag]], and [[Jeyne Westerling|Jeyne]] had nursed him back to health. The night he was told his brothers were murdered Jeyne consoled him and they slept together. Robb married her the next morning. As the [[House Westerling|Westerings]] were vassals of [[House Lannister]], Jeyne has taken her family with her to escape the revenge of the Lannisters. Catelyn notices that [[Grey Wind]] is not with her son, because Jeyne is afraid of the wolf, and the beast growls whenever her uncle, [[Rolph Spicer]], is near. She does not like that and convinces him to send Ser Rolph off on some errand, for Grey Wind should always be near him. She considers what it may take to appease [[Lord Walder Frey]] after this slight. The loss of the Freys is strongly felt by Robb, and there was nothing that could be done when [[Ryman Frey|Ryman]] and [[Black Walder Frey|Black Walder]] led their men back to [[the Twins]].  
 
Robb tells her how he met his wife. He had taken a wound storming [[the Crag]], and [[Jeyne Westerling|Jeyne]] had nursed him back to health. The night he was told his brothers were murdered Jeyne consoled him and they slept together. Robb married her the next morning. As the [[House Westerling|Westerings]] were vassals of [[House Lannister]], Jeyne has taken her family with her to escape the revenge of the Lannisters. Catelyn notices that [[Grey Wind]] is not with her son, because Jeyne is afraid of the wolf, and the beast growls whenever her uncle, [[Rolph Spicer]], is near. She does not like that and convinces him to send Ser Rolph off on some errand, for Grey Wind should always be near him. She considers what it may take to appease [[Lord Walder Frey]] after this slight. The loss of the Freys is strongly felt by Robb, and there was nothing that could be done when [[Ryman Frey|Ryman]] and [[Black Walder Frey|Black Walder]] led their men back to [[the Twins]].  

Revision as of 02:46, 19 February 2012

Catelyn II
A Storm of Swords chapter
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POV Catelyn
Page 155 UK HC (Other versions)
Chapter chronology (All)
Catelyn I
Arya II  ← Catelyn II →  Jon II

Catelyn III

Synopsis

Catelyn hears Robb’s return from the west, and recalls that when Edmure returned, dozens of men left after trampling Robb’s banner, all of them Freys. She is brought before her son to explain why she released Jaime Lannister. Rickard Karstark, whose sons Eddard and Torrhen were killed by Jaime, is angry at her but Robb is more gentle and acknowledges that "love is not always wise". Thinking about her daughters who she had hoped to trade for Ser Jaime, Catelyn agrees. Lord Karstark, however, is unappeased and leaves the room in a fury.

In privacy, Robb introduces his mother to his new bride. Catelyn immediately realizes that, as Robb was pledged to marry a Frey, he has insulted the Freys and broken the alliance. But with his "love is not always wise" speech Robb has made it impossible to blame him, as Catelyn disobeyed him because of her love for her daughters.

Robb tells her how he met his wife. He had taken a wound storming the Crag, and Jeyne had nursed him back to health. The night he was told his brothers were murdered Jeyne consoled him and they slept together. Robb married her the next morning. As the Westerings were vassals of House Lannister, Jeyne has taken her family with her to escape the revenge of the Lannisters. Catelyn notices that Grey Wind is not with her son, because Jeyne is afraid of the wolf, and the beast growls whenever her uncle, Rolph Spicer, is near. She does not like that and convinces him to send Ser Rolph off on some errand, for Grey Wind should always be near him. She considers what it may take to appease Lord Walder Frey after this slight. The loss of the Freys is strongly felt by Robb, and there was nothing that could be done when Ryman and Black Walder led their men back to the Twins.

Edmure is telling his uncle about his victory against the Lannisters but the latter interrupts him. Edmure was told to not to engage the Lannisters because Robb wanted them to come West. His plan was to hold them there so that the Lannisters would unable to defend King's Landing against Stannis Baratheon's invasion. Edmure's attack delayed Tywin Lannister long enough for messengers to reach him, allowing the Lannister host to turn around, link up with Mace Tyrell's army and arrive at King's Landing to turn the tide at the Battle of the Blackwater. Edmure ruined their whole plan, and admits that he must make amends. Robb plans to retake the North, but first he must win back the Freys.

References and Notes

  • The synopsis was copied from AOL member vbkorik27 previously at [1].