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Fish Foot Yard is a cobbled square with a fountain at its center. A stone merman rises from it waters, 20 feet tall from tail to crown.  Old Fishfoot is what the locals call him.  The square is named for some dead lord, but no one ever calls it anything but Fishfoot Yard.  Old Fishfoot’s curly beard is green and white with lichen, and one of the prongs of his trident broke of a long time ago, before [[Davos]] had been born.  Yet somehow he still manages to impress.
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'''Fishfoot Yard''' is a cobbled square in [[White Harbor]] located just inside the Seal Gate with a fountain at its center. The square is named for some dead lord, but no one ever calls it anything but Fishfoot Yard.   
  
Down past where Old Fishfoot’s trident points is an alley where they sell fried cod, crisp and golden brown on the outside and flaky within.  There is also a brothel nearby, where a sailor can enjoy a woman without fear of being robbed or killed.   
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A stone merman rises from the fountain's waters, 20 feet tall from tail to crown. The statue is called "Old Fishfoot" by the locals.  Old Fishfoot's curly beard is green and white with lichen and one of the prongs of his trident broke off a long time ago, yet he still looks impressive.{{Ref|ADWD|15}}
Off the other way, in one of the houses that clings to the walls of the [[Wolf’s Den]] like barnacles to a hull, there used to be a brewhouse where they made black beer so thick and tasty that a cask of it could fetch as much as [[Arbor]] gold in [[Braavos]] and the [[Port of Ibben]], provided the locals left anything to sell. Across the yard and down a flight of steps is a winesink called the [[Lazy Eel]]. Oil lamps light the yard at night.  
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Down past where Old Fishfoot’s trident points is an alley where they sell fried cod, crisp and golden brown on the outside and flaky within.  There is also a brothel nearby, where a sailor can enjoy a woman without fear of being robbed or killed.  
===A Dance with Dragons===  
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When Davis visits in the afternoon the yard it teeming with people.  A woman is washing her smallclothes in Fishfoot’s fountain and hanging them off his trident to dry. A young girl is selling cups of fresh milk from her nanny goat.  
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Off the other way, there used to be a brewhouse where they made black beer so thick and tasty that a cask of it could fetch as much as [[Arbor]] gold in [[Braavos]] and the [[Port of Ibben]], provided the locals left anything to sell. Across the yard and down a flight of steps is a winesink called the [[Lazy Eel]]. Oil lamps light the yard at night.
Beneath the arches of the peddler’s colonnade the scribes and moneychangers have set up for business along with a hedge wizard, a herb women, and a very bad juggler.   A man is selling apples from a barrow, and a women is offering herring with chopped onions.  Chickens and children are everywhere underfoot.  [[Davos]] stops beneath the colonnade and trades a halfpenny for an apple and chats with the apple seller to try and catch up with tidings in White Harbor.  
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==References and Notes==
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==Recent Events==
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===''A Dance with Dragons''===  
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When [[Davos Seaworth]] arrives at [[White Harbor]] he visits Fishfoot Yard in the afternoon. He finds the yard teeming with people.  A woman is washing her smallclothes in Fishfoot’s fountain and hanging them off his trident to dry. A young girl is selling cups of fresh milk from her nanny goat.  
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Beneath the arches of the peddler's colonnade the scribes and moneychangers have set up for business along with a hedge wizard, a herb women, and a very bad juggler. A man is selling apples from a barrow, and a women is offering herring with chopped onions.  Chickens and children are everywhere underfoot.   
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Davos stops beneath the colonnade and trades a halfpenny for an apple and chats with the apple seller to try and catch up with tidings in White Harbor.{{Ref|ADWD|15}} Afterwards he makes his way to the [[Lazy Eel]].
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[[Category:White Harbor]]
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[[Category:Streets and squares]]

Latest revision as of 15:14, 14 July 2019

Old Fishfoot - by Marc Fishman ©

Fishfoot Yard is a cobbled square in White Harbor located just inside the Seal Gate with a fountain at its center. The square is named for some dead lord, but no one ever calls it anything but Fishfoot Yard.

A stone merman rises from the fountain's waters, 20 feet tall from tail to crown. The statue is called "Old Fishfoot" by the locals. Old Fishfoot's curly beard is green and white with lichen and one of the prongs of his trident broke off a long time ago, yet he still looks impressive.[1]

Down past where Old Fishfoot’s trident points is an alley where they sell fried cod, crisp and golden brown on the outside and flaky within. There is also a brothel nearby, where a sailor can enjoy a woman without fear of being robbed or killed.

Off the other way, there used to be a brewhouse where they made black beer so thick and tasty that a cask of it could fetch as much as Arbor gold in Braavos and the Port of Ibben, provided the locals left anything to sell. Across the yard and down a flight of steps is a winesink called the Lazy Eel. Oil lamps light the yard at night.

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

When Davos Seaworth arrives at White Harbor he visits Fishfoot Yard in the afternoon. He finds the yard teeming with people. A woman is washing her smallclothes in Fishfoot’s fountain and hanging them off his trident to dry. A young girl is selling cups of fresh milk from her nanny goat.

Beneath the arches of the peddler's colonnade the scribes and moneychangers have set up for business along with a hedge wizard, a herb women, and a very bad juggler. A man is selling apples from a barrow, and a women is offering herring with chopped onions. Chickens and children are everywhere underfoot.

Davos stops beneath the colonnade and trades a halfpenny for an apple and chats with the apple seller to try and catch up with tidings in White Harbor.[1] Afterwards he makes his way to the Lazy Eel.

References