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'''Hibald''' is a merchant.
 
'''Hibald''' is a merchant.
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==Character==
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According to Ser [[Shadrich]], Hibald is niggardly and fearful.{{Ref|Affc|4}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
===A Feast for Crows===
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Hibald was making his way from [[King's Landing]] to [[Duskendale]] when he came upon [[Brienne of Tarth]], Ser [[Illifer|Illifer the Penniless]] and Ser [[Creighton Longbough]]. They offered to escort him to Duskendale, along with the knight already in Hibald's service, Ser [[Shadrick]].
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Hibald travels from [[King's Landing]] to [[Duskendale]] with his serving men and a [[hedge knight]], Ser [[Shadrich]]. On the road, he comes upon [[Brienne Tarth|Brienne of Tarth]] and her two companions, Ser [[Illifer]] and Ser [[Creighton Longbough]]. After Shadrich declares the three are not threath, Hibald agrees they can travel together. They all spend the night at the [[Old Stone Bridge]], where Hibald confirms to one of the locals that [[Jaime Lannister]] has lost his sword hand.{{Ref|Affc|4}}
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Latest revision as of 21:22, 14 February 2018

Hibald
Book(s) A Feast for Crows (appears)

Hibald is a merchant.

Character

According to Ser Shadrich, Hibald is niggardly and fearful.[1]

Recent Events

A Feast for Crows

Hibald travels from King's Landing to Duskendale with his serving men and a hedge knight, Ser Shadrich. On the road, he comes upon Brienne of Tarth and her two companions, Ser Illifer and Ser Creighton Longbough. After Shadrich declares the three are not threath, Hibald agrees they can travel together. They all spend the night at the Old Stone Bridge, where Hibald confirms to one of the locals that Jaime Lannister has lost his sword hand.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 4, Brienne I.