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Latest revision as of 21:42, 30 June 2020

House Locke.svg
Mallador Locke
Night's Watch.svg
Alias Malador Locke
Title Ser
Allegiance House Locke
Night's Watch
Culture Northmen
Died In 299 AC, at beyond the Wall
Father Ondrew Locke
Book(s) A Clash of Kings (appears)
A Storm of Swords (mentioned)

Ser Mallador Locke[N 1] is a knight of the Night's Watch from House Locke.[1] Sweet Donnel Hill is his squire.[2] According to the semi-canon A Song of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide, he is a son of Lord Ondrew Locke.[3]

Recent Events

A Clash of Kings

Ser Mallador is part of the great ranging that leaves Castle Black in search of the wildlings. He commands the baggage train in the column.[4]

A Storm of Swords

Mallador agrees with Ser Ottyn Wythers and counsels a retreat to the Wall after the discovery of the massive wildling force descending on the Fist of the First Men. However, Thoren Smallwood convinces him to change his mind and he then sides with Thoren for a swift attack.[5] He presumably dies during the fight at the Fist, the ensuing retreat, or the mutiny at Craster's Keep, since he is not mentioned among the few survivors who return to Castle Black.[6]

Quotes

Fewer wildlings means fewer worries. I won't mourn, whatever's become of them. Raiders and murderers, the lot of them.[4]

—Mallador to Jarman Buckwell

Notes

  1. He is referred to as "Malador Locke" in A Storm of Swords, Appendix

References