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*'''[[Euron Greyjoy]]''': is suspected of being involved in the death of his king [[Balon Greyjoy]]. {{ref|aFfC|18}}
 
*'''[[Euron Greyjoy]]''': is suspected of being involved in the death of his king [[Balon Greyjoy]]. {{ref|aFfC|18}}
  
==Known or suspected victims of Kingslaying==
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==Known or suspected victims of kingslaying==
  
 
'''Known'''
 
'''Known'''
 
* '''[[Aerys II]]'''
 
* '''[[Aerys II]]'''
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* '''[[Joffrey Baratheon]]'''
 
* '''[[Robb Stark]]'''
 
* '''[[Robb Stark]]'''
* '''[[Joffrey Baratheon]]'''
 
  
 
'''Suspected'''
 
'''Suspected'''
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* '''[[Baelor I]]'''
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* '''[[Balon Greyjoy]]'''
 
* '''[[Maegor I]]'''
 
* '''[[Maegor I]]'''
* '''[[Baelor I]]'''
 
 
* '''[[Maekar I]]'''
 
* '''[[Maekar I]]'''
* '''[[Euron Greyjoy]]'''
 
  
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==

Revision as of 18:14, 3 September 2013

Kingslaying is one of the great taboo in Westeros. When a sworn lord, lady or knight broke the vow and killed the king, crime to be processed. It is not related to killing a king who didn't accept his kingship and didn't make oath to him.


People accused of, or suspected of, having committed Kingslaying

Known or suspected victims of kingslaying

Known

Suspected

Quotes

Our false brother. [5]

- Ser Oswell Whent


The Kingslayer...The false knight who profaned his blade with the blood of the king he had sworn to defend.

- Barristan Selmy [6]


Jaime Lannister sends his regards. [7]

- Roose Bolton when killing his king.

References and Notes