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==History==
 
==History==
Argos Sevenstar was one of many [[Andals]] trying to invade [[Westeros]]. He was smashed by an alliance between King [[Theon Stark]] and the [[House Bolton|Boltons]] at the [[Battle of the Weeping Water]].{{ref|twoiaf| The Kings of Winter}}
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Argos Sevenstar was one of many [[Andals]] trying to invade [[Westeros]]. He was smashed by an alliance between King [[Theon Stark]] and the [[House Bolton|Boltons]] at the [[Battle of the Weeping Water]].{{ref|twoiaf| The North: The Kings of Winter}}
  
In the aftermath of victory King Theon raised his own fleet and crossed the narrow sea to the shores of [[Andalos]], with Argos's corpse lashed to the prow of his flagship. Once there it is said he took a bloody vengeance.{{ref|twoiaf| The Kings of Winter}}
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In the aftermath of victory King Theon raised his own fleet and crossed the narrow sea to the shores of [[Andalos]], with Argos's corpse lashed to the prow of his flagship. Once there it is said he took a bloody vengeance.{{ref|twoiaf| The North: The Kings of Winter}}
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 11:25, 16 May 2015

Argos Sevenstar
Culture(s) Andals
Died At Weeping Water
Book(s) The World of Ice and Fire (mentioned)

Argos Sevenstar was an Andal warlord.

History

Argos Sevenstar was one of many Andals trying to invade Westeros. He was smashed by an alliance between King Theon Stark and the Boltons at the Battle of the Weeping Water.[1]

In the aftermath of victory King Theon raised his own fleet and crossed the narrow sea to the shores of Andalos, with Argos's corpse lashed to the prow of his flagship. Once there it is said he took a bloody vengeance.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The North: The Kings of Winter.