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'''Harrag Hoare''' was a former [[King of the Iron Islands]]. He was chosen by a [[kingsmoot]].{{ref|affc|1}} [[Ravos Hoare|Ravos the Raper]] was his son.{{ref|twoiaf| The North: The Kings of Winter}}
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'''Harrag Hoare''' was a [[King of the Iron Islands]] from [[House Hoare]]. [[Ravos Hoare|Ravos the Raper]] was his son.{{ref|twoiaf| The North: The Kings of Winter}}
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
During the reign of the [[King in the North|King of Winter]] [[Theon Stark]], "the Hungry Wolf", Harrag led a fleet of longships from [[Great Wyk]], [[Old Wyk]], [[Pyke (island)|Pyke]], and [[Orkmont]] against the western coast of the [[North]], conquering the [[Stony Shore]], burning swathes of the [[Wolfswood]] and taking over [[Bear Island]] as a base for reaving, ruled by Harrag's son [[Ravos Hoare|Ravos the Raper]]. Theon Stark slew Ravos with his own hand, and expelled the ironmen from his shores.{{ref|twoiaf| The North: The Kings of Winter}}
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According to [[Aeron Greyjoy]], Harrag was chosen by a [[kingsmoot]].{{ref|AFFC|1}} During the reign of [[Theon Stark]], the [[King in the North|King of Winter]] known as the Hungry Wolf, Harrag led a fleet of longships from [[Great Wyk]], [[Old Wyk]], [[Pyke (island)|Pyke]], and [[Orkmont]] against the western coast of the [[north]]. Harrag conquered the [[Stony Shore]] and burned swathes of the [[wolfswood]], while [[Bear Island]] became a base for reaving for Harrag's son, [[Ravos Hoare|Ravos the Raper]]. Theon slew Ravos with his own hand, however, and expelled the ironmen from his shores.{{ref|twoiaf| The North: The Kings of Winter}}
  
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Latest revision as of 22:05, 23 March 2019

House Hoare.svg
Harrag Hoare
House Hoare.svg
Biographical Information
Titles High King of the Iron Isles
Culture ironborn
Family
Royal House House Hoare
Issue Ravos Hoare
References
Books The World of Ice & Fire (mentioned)
A Feast for Crows (mentioned)

Harrag Hoare was a King of the Iron Islands from House Hoare. Ravos the Raper was his son.[1]

History

According to Aeron Greyjoy, Harrag was chosen by a kingsmoot.[2] During the reign of Theon Stark, the King of Winter known as the Hungry Wolf, Harrag led a fleet of longships from Great Wyk, Old Wyk, Pyke, and Orkmont against the western coast of the north. Harrag conquered the Stony Shore and burned swathes of the wolfswood, while Bear Island became a base for reaving for Harrag's son, Ravos the Raper. Theon slew Ravos with his own hand, however, and expelled the ironmen from his shores.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The North: The Kings of Winter.
  2. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 1, The Prophet.