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King '''Loreon Lannister''', known as '''Loreon the Lion''', was the first true [[King of the Rock]] of [[House Lannister]] of [[Casterly Rock]] in historical record. He made [[House Reyne]] of [[Castamere]] his vassals by wedding a daughter of that house. He had atleast three sons. They died when lions from within Casterly Rock broke free.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Westerlands}}
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King '''Loreon Lannister''', known as '''Loreon the Lion''', was the first true [[King of the Rock]] of [[House Lannister]] of [[Casterly Rock]] in historical record. He made [[House Reyne]] of [[Castamere]] his vassals by wedding a daughter of that house. He had at least three sons. They died when [[lion]]s from within Casterly Rock broke free.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Westerlands}}
 
 
King Loreon fought and defeated [[Morgon Banefort]], the Hooded King, and his [[thrall]]s in a war that lasted twenty years.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Westerlands}}
 
 
 
  
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King Loreon fought and defeated [[Morgon Banefort]], the Hooded King, and his [[thrall]]s, in a war that lasted twenty years.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Westerlands}}
  
 
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Loreon I Lannister
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Biographical Information
Full Name Loreon I Lannister
Alias Loreon the Lion
Titles King of the Rock
Culture First Men
Family
Royal House House Lannister
References
Books The World of Ice & Fire (mentioned)

King Loreon Lannister, known as Loreon the Lion, was the first true King of the Rock of House Lannister of Casterly Rock in historical record. He made House Reyne of Castamere his vassals by wedding a daughter of that house. He had at least three sons. They died when lions from within Casterly Rock broke free.[1]

King Loreon fought and defeated Morgon Banefort, the Hooded King, and his thralls, in a war that lasted twenty years.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The Westerlands.