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'''King of Salt and Rock''' is one of the self-fashioned titles of [[Balon Greyjoy]], [[Lord of the Iron Islands]] and [[Lord Reaper of Pyke]], who had risen in [[Greyjoy's Rebellion|rebellion]] against the [[Iron Throne]] in {{Date|289}}, declaring himself [[King of the Iron Islands]]. After his [[Siege of Pyke|defeat]], he kept styling himself as King of Salt and Rock.{{ref|AFFC|18}}{{Ref|aCoK|11}}
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'''King of Salt and Rock''' is one of the self-fashioned titles of [[Balon Greyjoy]], [[Lord of the Iron Islands]] and [[Lord Reaper of Pyke]], who had risen in [[Greyjoy's Rebellion|rebellion]] against the [[Iron Throne]] in {{Date|289}}, declaring himself [[King of the Iron Islands]].{{ref|AFFC|18}} After his [[Siege of Pyke|defeat]], he kept styling himself as King of Salt and Rock.{{Ref|aCoK|11}}
  
 
[[Euron Greyjoy]], who succeeded Balon as [[King of the Isles and the North]] during the [[War of the Five Kings]], also declared himself King of Salt and Rock.{{ref|ADWD|Appendix}}
 
[[Euron Greyjoy]], who succeeded Balon as [[King of the Isles and the North]] during the [[War of the Five Kings]], also declared himself King of Salt and Rock.{{ref|ADWD|Appendix}}
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King of Salt and Rock is one of the self-fashioned titles of Balon Greyjoy, Lord of the Iron Islands and Lord Reaper of Pyke, who had risen in rebellion against the Iron Throne in 289 AC, declaring himself King of the Iron Islands.[1] After his defeat, he kept styling himself as King of Salt and Rock.[2]

Euron Greyjoy, who succeeded Balon as King of the Isles and the North during the War of the Five Kings, also declared himself King of Salt and Rock.[3]

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