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Lord '''Baelor Blacktyde''', Lord of Blacktyde, is the head of [[House Blacktyde]]. He is smooth-faced and handsome.{{Ref|aFfC|18}}
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'''Baelor Blacktyde''' is the Lord of [[Blacktyde]] and the head of [[House Blacktyde]]. He is smooth-faced and handsome.{{Ref|aFfC|18}}
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
He spent eight years as a hostage in [[Oldtown]] after the [[Greyjoy Rebellion]]. When he came back to the [[Iron Islands]], he was a worshiper of the [[Faith of the Seven]]. He lost his father during the Greyjoy Rebellion.{{Ref|aFfC|18}}
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Baelor spent eight years as a hostage in [[Oldtown]] after the [[Greyjoy Rebellion]]. When he came back to the [[Iron Islands]], he was a worshiper of the [[Faith of the Seven]]. He lost his father during the Greyjoy Rebellion.{{Ref|aFfC|18}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
===A Feast for Crows===
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===''A Feast for Crows''===
Lord Baelor stopped at the [[Ten Towers]] to consult with Lord [[Rodrik Harlaw]] before making his way to [[Old Wyk]] for the [[kingsmoot]].{{Ref|aFfC|11}} At the kingsmoot, he asked [[Victarion Greyjoy]] if he would end the war, who refused him. Baelor then moved on.{{Ref|aFfC|18}} He was one of the first to shout [[Asha Greyjoy]]'s name at the kingsmoot.{{Ref|aFfC|19}} After [[Euron Greyjoy]] was raised as King of the Iron Islands at the kingsmoot, Lord Baelor refused to acknowledge him and attempted to leave the kingsmoot. Lord Victarion closed the bay and Lord Baelor was taken and delivered to King Euron in chains. As punishment for his refusal to acknowledge his new liege, he was cut into seven pieces, representing his faith, by Euron's crew.{{Ref|aFfC|29}}
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Lord Baelor stops at [[Ten Towers]] to consult with Lord [[Rodrik Harlaw]] before making his way to [[Old Wyk]] for the [[kingsmoot]].{{Ref|aFfC|11}} At the kingsmoot, he asks [[Victarion Greyjoy]] if he would end the war. Baelor moves on when Victarion rejects the idea.{{Ref|aFfC|18}} He is one of the first to shout [[Asha Greyjoy]]'s name at the kingsmoot.{{Ref|aFfC|19}} After [[Euron Greyjoy]] is raised as King of the Iron Islands at the kingsmoot, Baelor refuses to acknowledge Euron and attempts to leave the kingsmoot. Victarion closes the bay and Baelor is taken and delivered to King Euron in chains. As punishment for his refusal to acknowledge his new liege, he is cut into seven pieces, representing his faith, by Euron's crew.{{Ref|aFfC|29}}
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 13:46, 12 June 2013

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Title(s) Lord of Blacktyde
Allegiance House Blacktyde
Died In +/- 300 ALOld Wyk
Book(s) A Feast for Crows (Appears)

Baelor Blacktyde is the Lord of Blacktyde and the head of House Blacktyde. He is smooth-faced and handsome.[1]

History

Baelor spent eight years as a hostage in Oldtown after the Greyjoy Rebellion. When he came back to the Iron Islands, he was a worshiper of the Faith of the Seven. He lost his father during the Greyjoy Rebellion.[1]

Recent Events

A Feast for Crows

Lord Baelor stops at Ten Towers to consult with Lord Rodrik Harlaw before making his way to Old Wyk for the kingsmoot.[2] At the kingsmoot, he asks Victarion Greyjoy if he would end the war. Baelor moves on when Victarion rejects the idea.[1] He is one of the first to shout Asha Greyjoy's name at the kingsmoot.[3] After Euron Greyjoy is raised as King of the Iron Islands at the kingsmoot, Baelor refuses to acknowledge Euron and attempts to leave the kingsmoot. Victarion closes the bay and Baelor is taken and delivered to King Euron in chains. As punishment for his refusal to acknowledge his new liege, he is cut into seven pieces, representing his faith, by Euron's crew.[4]

References and Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 18, The Iron Captain.
  2. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 11, The Kraken's Daughter.
  3. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 19, The Drowned Man.
  4. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 29, The Reaver.