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'''House Codd''' is a noble house from the [[Iron Islands]]. Their motto is "Though All Men Do Despise Us."<ref>[[A Feast for Crows]], [[A Feast for Crows-Chapter 11|Chapter 11]], The Kraken's Daughter</ref><ref>The Citadel. [http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/Heraldry/Mottoes/ House Mottoes]</ref>
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'''House Codd''' is a noble house from the [[Iron Islands]]. Their motto is "Though All Men Do Despise Us."{{ref|affc|11}}<ref>The Citadel. [http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/Heraldry/Mottoes/ House Mottoes]</ref> Their sigil depicts a silver codfish.{{Ref|aDwD|20}}
  
==The Codd House at the end of the third century==
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The Codds are not a well-regarded house among the [[ironborn]].{{Ref|aFfC|18}} Descended from [[thrall]]s and [[salt wife|salt wives]],{{Ref|aFfC|11}} their men are thought to be thieves and cowards and their women "wantons" who practice [[incest]] with their fathers and brothers.{{Ref|aDwD|20}}
  
The known Codds during the timespan of the events described on [[A Song of Ice and Fire]] are:
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==Recent Events==
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===''A Feast for Crows''===
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Left-Hand [[Lucas Codd]] attaches himself to [[Euron Greyjoy]] when Euron declares himself [[King of the Iron Islands]]. The Codds attend the [[kingsmoot]], though they are generally looked upon with disdain by decent men, according to [[Victarion Greyjoy]]. Lucas is listed as one of Euron's supporters at the kingsmoot. [[Eldred Codd]] plays the [[finger dance]] with [[Qarl the Maid]] and loses during the kingsmoot.
  
* [[Lucas Codd]], called '''Left-Hand Lucas''', is a longship captain and loyal to [[Euron Greyjoy]].
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Lucas is among those feasting in the hall of [[Lord Hewett's castle]] after the [[Battle of the Shield Islands]]. He wears a tapestry he tore from the wall. After the feast he rapes one of Lord [[Humfrey Hewett]]'s daughters.
* [[Eldred Codd]], is a warrior and loyal to the [[Euron Greyjoy|Crow's Eye]].
 
  
==References in the books==
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===''A Dance with Dragons''===
===A Song of Ice and Fire===
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[[Dagon Codd]] is one of the many members of House Codd left to defend [[Moat Cailin]] when Victarion departs. Dagon is killed by [[Adrack Humble]] for refusing to accept [[Ramsay Bolton]]'s terms of surrender offered by [[Theon Greyjoy]].{{ref|ADWD|20}}
* Left-Hand Lucas attached himself to [[Euron Greyjoy]] when Euron declared himself King of the Iron Islands.
 
* The Codds attended the [[kingsmoot]], though they were generally looked upon with disdain by decent men, according to [[Victarion Greyjoy]].
 
* Eldred Codd played the [[Finger Dance|finger dance]] with [[Qarl|Qarl the Maid]] and lost during the kingsmoot.
 
  
==References and Notes==
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==House Codd at the end of the third century==
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The known Codds during the timespan of the events described in ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' are:
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* [[Lucas Codd]], called "Left-Hand Lucas", is a longship captain and loyal to [[Euron Greyjoy]].
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* [[Eldred Codd]], a warrior and loyal to the [[Euron Greyjoy|Crow's Eye]].
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* [[Tom Codd]], called "Bloodless Tom" captain of ''[[Lamentation (ship)|Lamentation]]'' in the [[Iron Fleet]].
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* {[[Dagon Codd]]} and other Codds at [[Moat Cailin]].
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==Quotes==
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{{quote|The Codds were not well regarded in the Iron Islands; the men were said to be thieves and cowards, the women wantons who bedded with their own fathers and brothers. It did not surprise him that [[Victarion Greyjoy|his uncle]] had chosen to leave these men behind when the [[Iron Fleet]] went home.|[[Theon Greyjoy]]'s thoughts at [[Moat Cailin]]}}
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==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 19:25, 27 February 2019

House Codd
House Codd.png
Words Though All Men Do Despise Us
Region Iron Islands
Overlord House Greyjoy

House Codd is a noble house from the Iron Islands. Their motto is "Though All Men Do Despise Us."[1][2] Their sigil depicts a silver codfish.[3]

The Codds are not a well-regarded house among the ironborn.[4] Descended from thralls and salt wives,[1] their men are thought to be thieves and cowards and their women "wantons" who practice incest with their fathers and brothers.[3]

Recent Events

A Feast for Crows

Left-Hand Lucas Codd attaches himself to Euron Greyjoy when Euron declares himself King of the Iron Islands. The Codds attend the kingsmoot, though they are generally looked upon with disdain by decent men, according to Victarion Greyjoy. Lucas is listed as one of Euron's supporters at the kingsmoot. Eldred Codd plays the finger dance with Qarl the Maid and loses during the kingsmoot.

Lucas is among those feasting in the hall of Lord Hewett's castle after the Battle of the Shield Islands. He wears a tapestry he tore from the wall. After the feast he rapes one of Lord Humfrey Hewett's daughters.

A Dance with Dragons

Dagon Codd is one of the many members of House Codd left to defend Moat Cailin when Victarion departs. Dagon is killed by Adrack Humble for refusing to accept Ramsay Bolton's terms of surrender offered by Theon Greyjoy.[3]

House Codd at the end of the third century

The known Codds during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:

Quotes

The Codds were not well regarded in the Iron Islands; the men were said to be thieves and cowards, the women wantons who bedded with their own fathers and brothers. It did not surprise him that his uncle had chosen to leave these men behind when the Iron Fleet went home.

Theon Greyjoy's thoughts at Moat Cailin

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 11, The Kraken's Daughter.
  2. The Citadel. House Mottoes
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 20, Reek II.
  4. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 18, The Iron Captain.