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* Ilyn Payne was captain of guards for [[Tywin Lannister]] when he was [[Hand of the King]] for [[Aerys II]]. Ser Ilyn had his tongue torn out by [[Aerys II]] for comments on who truly ruled the Seven Kingdoms.
 
* Ilyn Payne was captain of guards for [[Tywin Lannister]] when he was [[Hand of the King]] for [[Aerys II]]. Ser Ilyn had his tongue torn out by [[Aerys II]] for comments on who truly ruled the Seven Kingdoms.
* After [[Robert's Rebellion]], Ser Ilyn Payne was named the King's Justice to placate Tywin Lannister.  
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* After [[Robert's Rebellion]], Ser Ilyn Payne was named the King's Justice as a deference to Tywin Lannister.  
* Ilyn came north to meet [[Robert I|King Robert]] on his ride south after naming [[Eddard Stark]] as his new [[Hand of the King]]. He rode with [[Renly Baratheon]] and [[Barristan Selmy]].
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* Ilyn comes north to meet [[Robert I|King Robert]] on his ride south after naming [[Eddard Stark]] as his new [[Hand of the King]]. He rides with Lord [[Renly Baratheon]] and Ser [[Barristan Selmy]].
 
* At [[Darry|Castle Darry]], Queen [[Cersei]] asks Ilyn to kill [[Lady (direwolf)|Lady]], [[Sansa Stark]]'s [[direwolf]], but Eddard does the deed himself, saying that the creature deserves better than a butcher.  
 
* At [[Darry|Castle Darry]], Queen [[Cersei]] asks Ilyn to kill [[Lady (direwolf)|Lady]], [[Sansa Stark]]'s [[direwolf]], but Eddard does the deed himself, saying that the creature deserves better than a butcher.  
* When Eddard needs a commander for the men sent to kill [[Gregor Clegane]], Ilyn Payne is one of the candidates put forth. In the end he chooses Lord [[Beric Dondarrion]].
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* When Eddard needs a commander for the men sent to kill Ser[[Gregor Clegane]], Ilyn Payne is one of the candidates put forth. In the end he chooses Lord [[Beric Dondarrion]].
 
* Podrick is from a lesser branch of House Payne. He squired for Ser [[Cedric Payne]], who died in the [[Riverlands]] campaign during the [[War of the Five Kings]]. He then squired for Ser [[Lorimer]], who was hanged for stealing a ham. He was then made Tyrion's squire when the Imp joins Tywin's army before the [[Battle of the Green Fork]].
 
* Podrick is from a lesser branch of House Payne. He squired for Ser [[Cedric Payne]], who died in the [[Riverlands]] campaign during the [[War of the Five Kings]]. He then squired for Ser [[Lorimer]], who was hanged for stealing a ham. He was then made Tyrion's squire when the Imp joins Tywin's army before the [[Battle of the Green Fork]].
 
* Ser Ilyn executes Lord [[Eddard Stark]] on the steps of the Great Sept after being ordered by [[Joffrey Baratheon|Joffrey I]].
 
* Ser Ilyn executes Lord [[Eddard Stark]] on the steps of the Great Sept after being ordered by [[Joffrey Baratheon|Joffrey I]].
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* Podrick follows [[Brienne of Tarth]] from King's Landing to [[Maidenpool]]. Brienne seeks Sansa Stark, who in turn might know the whereabouts of her fugitive husband Tyrion Lannister.  
 
* Podrick follows [[Brienne of Tarth]] from King's Landing to [[Maidenpool]]. Brienne seeks Sansa Stark, who in turn might know the whereabouts of her fugitive husband Tyrion Lannister.  
 
* Podrick is with Brienne during the encounter with [[Brave Companions]] remnants.  
 
* Podrick is with Brienne during the encounter with [[Brave Companions]] remnants.  
* Later they are captured by the [[Brotherhood Without Banners]] led by [[Catelyn|Lady Stoneheart]]. He is judged guilty of association with Lannisters, and is sentenced to hang.  
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* Later they are captured by the [[Brotherhood Without Banners]] led by [[Catelyn|Lady Stoneheart]]. He is judged guilty of association with Lannisters, and is sentenced to hang.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:28, 28 February 2013

House Payne
House Payne.png
Coat of arms purple and white chequy with gold coins in the checks
Region the Westerlands
Overlord House Lannister

House Payne is a noble house from the Westerlands. It is one of the principal houses sworn to House Lannister.[1] Their arms are purple and white chequy with gold coins in the checks.[2][3] There is a story to the gold coins.[4]

The Payne house at the end of the third century

The known Paynes during the time span described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:

With an unspecified familial relationship to the main branch:

References in the books

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