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'''Jeyne Arryn''', also called the '''Maiden of the Vale''', ruled the [[Eyrie]] during the [[Dance of the Dragons]]. <ref>[[The Princess and the Queen]]</ref>
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'''Jeyne Arryn''', also called the '''Maiden of the Vale''', was a member of [[House Arryn]] and a Lady of the [[Eyrie]]. She ruled the [[Vale of Arryn]] during the civil war known as the [[Dance of the Dragons]].<ref>''[[The Princess and the Queen]]''</ref>
  
==The Dance of the Dragons==
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==History==
At the start of the civil war Prince [[Jacaerys Velaryon]] flew north on his dragon to foster allies for his mother's cause.  One of the places he went to was the [[Eyrie]].  There, he treated with Lady Jeyne and made a promise to her. Lady Jeyne brought the Eyrie to the side of the [[blacks]] during the civil war.
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At the start of the civil Prince [[Jacaerys Velaryon]] flew north on his dragon to foster allies for the cause of his mother, [[Rhaenyra Targaryen]].  One of the places he went to was the [[Eyrie]].  There, he treated with Lady Jeyne and made a promise to her. Jeyne brought the Eyrie to the side of [[the blacks]] during the civil war.
  
Though snows closed the passes through the [[Mountains of the Moon]] the Maiden of the Vale proved true to her word and sent men by sea to join the queen's hosts.  
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Though snows closed the passes through the [[Mountains of the Moon]] the Maiden of the Vale proved true to her word and sent men by sea by way of [[Gulltown]] to join the queen's hosts.  
  
When [[Rhaenyra Targaryen]] fled [[King's Landing]] Ser [[Harrold Darke]] urged her to seek refuge with Lady Arryn in the Vale, Her Grace refused his council.
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When Rhaenyra fled [[King's Landing]], Ser [[Harrold Darke]] urged her to seek refuge with Lady Arryn in the Vale, but Her Grace refused his council.
  
 
==References and Notes==  
 
==References and Notes==  
 
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Revision as of 19:23, 15 January 2014

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Jeyne Arryn
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Alias Maiden of the Vale
Title Lady of the Eyrie
Allegiance House Arryn
The blacks
Culture The Vale
Book(s) The Princess and the Queen

Jeyne Arryn, also called the Maiden of the Vale, was a member of House Arryn and a Lady of the Eyrie. She ruled the Vale of Arryn during the civil war known as the Dance of the Dragons.[1]

History

At the start of the civil Prince Jacaerys Velaryon flew north on his dragon to foster allies for the cause of his mother, Rhaenyra Targaryen. One of the places he went to was the Eyrie. There, he treated with Lady Jeyne and made a promise to her. Jeyne brought the Eyrie to the side of the blacks during the civil war.

Though snows closed the passes through the Mountains of the Moon the Maiden of the Vale proved true to her word and sent men by sea by way of Gulltown to join the queen's hosts.

When Rhaenyra fled King's Landing, Ser Harrold Darke urged her to seek refuge with Lady Arryn in the Vale, but Her Grace refused his council.

References and Notes