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Lord Ryswell's son was one of the legendary [[seventy-nine sentinels]] who deserted their posts at the [[Nightfort]] and went south of the [[Wall]]. He led them to the lands of [[House Ryswell]] hoping his father would aid them, but instead they were captured and brought back to the Wall. The son and his fellow deserters were then sealed within the Wall as punishment.{{Ref|aSoS|56}}
 
Lord Ryswell's son was one of the legendary [[seventy-nine sentinels]] who deserted their posts at the [[Nightfort]] and went south of the [[Wall]]. He led them to the lands of [[House Ryswell]] hoping his father would aid them, but instead they were captured and brought back to the Wall. The son and his fellow deserters were then sealed within the Wall as punishment.{{Ref|aSoS|56}}
  
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Revision as of 21:36, 3 March 2018

Night's Watch.svg
Lord Ryswell's youngest son
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Allegiance Night's Watch
Book(s) A Storm of Swords (mentioned)

Lord Ryswell's youngest son is thus far unnamed. He was son to Lord Ryswell and eventually joined the Night's Watch.[1]

History

Lord Ryswell's son was one of the legendary seventy-nine sentinels who deserted their posts at the Nightfort and went south of the Wall. He led them to the lands of House Ryswell hoping his father would aid them, but instead they were captured and brought back to the Wall. The son and his fellow deserters were then sealed within the Wall as punishment.[1]

References