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'''Jaime Corbray''' was an [[Andal]] [[knight]] and a member of [[House Corbray]] during the latter stage of the [[Andal invasion]] of [[the Vale]].
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'''Jaime Corbray''' was an [[Andal]] [[knight]] and a member of [[House Corbray]] during the latter stage of the [[Andal invasion]] of [[the Vale]].{{ref|twoiaf| The Vale}}
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
Ser Jaime Corbray participated in the [[Battle of Seven Stars]], fighting under the banner of Ser [[Artys Arryn]]. House Corbray insists he was the one who slew King [[Robar II Royce]], citing the recovery of the Corbray [[Valyrian steel]] sword [[Lady Forlorn]], which King Robar had taken from the hands of King [[Qyle Corbray]].{{ref|TWOIAF}}
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Ser Jaime Corbray participated in the [[Battle of Seven Stars]], fighting under the banner of Ser [[Artys Arryn]]. House Corbray insists he was the one who slew King [[Robar II Royce]], citing the recovery of the Corbray [[Valyrian steel]] sword [[Lady Forlorn]], which King Robar had taken from the hands of King [[Qyle Corbray]].{{ref|TWOIAF| The Vale}}
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 16:15, 25 July 2015

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Jaime Corbray
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Title Ser
Allegiance House Corbray
Race Andal
Culture Andal
Book(s) The World of Ice and Fire (mentioned)

Jaime Corbray was an Andal knight and a member of House Corbray during the latter stage of the Andal invasion of the Vale.[1]

History

Ser Jaime Corbray participated in the Battle of Seven Stars, fighting under the banner of Ser Artys Arryn. House Corbray insists he was the one who slew King Robar II Royce, citing the recovery of the Corbray Valyrian steel sword Lady Forlorn, which King Robar had taken from the hands of King Qyle Corbray.[1]

References