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Morrec accompanies [[Tyrion Lannister]] north to [[Winterfell]] and then to the [[Wall]].{{ref|agot|13}} On the return journey south he is taken captive with Tyrion at the [[crossroads inn]] and forced to ride into the [[Mountains of the Moon]]. He dies there of a festering wound after the second attack by the [[Vale mountain clans]].{{ref|agot|34}}
 
Morrec accompanies [[Tyrion Lannister]] north to [[Winterfell]] and then to the [[Wall]].{{ref|agot|13}} On the return journey south he is taken captive with Tyrion at the [[crossroads inn]] and forced to ride into the [[Mountains of the Moon]]. He dies there of a festering wound after the second attack by the [[Vale mountain clans]].{{ref|agot|34}}
  
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Latest revision as of 14:37, 4 February 2018

Morrec
Allegiance House Lannister
Died In 298 AC, at Mountains of the Moon
Book(s) A Game of Thrones (appears)

Morrec is a servant of Tyrion Lannister on his travels. Tyrion Lannister states that he serves as his groom, cook, body servant, but not a true bodyguard. He is a better archer than a swordsman.[1]

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Morrec accompanies Tyrion Lannister north to Winterfell and then to the Wall.[2] On the return journey south he is taken captive with Tyrion at the crossroads inn and forced to ride into the Mountains of the Moon. He dies there of a festering wound after the second attack by the Vale mountain clans.[3]

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