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===A Dance with Dragons===
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Gavin is among the wildling leaders who accompany [[Tormund|Tormund Giantsbane]] to the [[Wall]] in declaring a truce with the [[Night's Watch]]. He is present in the [[Shieldhall]] when [[Jon Snow]] announces the [[Bastard Letter|letter]] purportedly from [[Ramsay Bolton]] entitled 'Bastard'.{{Ref|aDwD|69}}  
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Gavin is among the wildling leaders who accompany [[Tormund|Tormund Giantsbane]] to the [[Wall]] in declaring a truce with the [[Night's Watch]].{{Ref|adwd|69}} While meeting with [[Bowen Marsh]] and [[Othell Yarwyck]], [[Lord Commander of the Night's Watch|Lord Commander]] [[Jon Snow]] mentions Gavin among the possible suggestions of wildling chiefs who could hold [[Hoarfrost Hill]] and [[Rimegate]].{{Ref|adwd|69}} He is later present in the [[Shieldhall]], whispering with [[Harle the Handsome]], when Jon Snow announces the [[Bastard Letter|letter]] purportedly from [[Ramsay Bolton]] entitled 'Bastard'.{{Ref|aDwD|69}}  
  
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Revision as of 18:53, 11 January 2018

Gavin
Alias Gavin the Trader
Culture Free Folk
Book(s) A Dance with Dragons (appears)

Gavin, known as Gavin the Trader, is a wildling leader.

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

Gavin is among the wildling leaders who accompany Tormund Giantsbane to the Wall in declaring a truce with the Night's Watch.[1] While meeting with Bowen Marsh and Othell Yarwyck, Lord Commander Jon Snow mentions Gavin among the possible suggestions of wildling chiefs who could hold Hoarfrost Hill and Rimegate.[1] He is later present in the Shieldhall, whispering with Harle the Handsome, when Jon Snow announces the letter purportedly from Ramsay Bolton entitled 'Bastard'.[1]

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