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'''''Prayer''''' is a war galley in service to [[House Sunglass]].<ref>[[A Clash of Kings]], [[A Clash of Kings-Chapter 58|Chapter 58]], Davos</ref>
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'''''Prayer''''' is a war galley in service to [[House Sunglass]].{{ref|acok|58}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
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The ''Prayer'' was seized by [[Stannis Baratheon]] when Lord [[Guncer Sunglass]] refused to acknowledge Stannis as his liege when Stannis rejected the [[Faith of the Seven|Faith]].  
 
The ''Prayer'' was seized by [[Stannis Baratheon]] when Lord [[Guncer Sunglass]] refused to acknowledge Stannis as his liege when Stannis rejected the [[Faith of the Seven|Faith]].  
  
She was part of the fleet commanded by Ser [[Imry Florent]] during the [[Battle of the Blackwater]].<ref>[[A Clash of Kings]], [[A Clash of Kings-Chapter 58|Chapter 58]], Davos</ref> During the battle [[Davos Seaworth]] recognised the dog’s head helm of [[the Hound]], he saw his white cloak streaming from his shoulders as he rode [[Stranger (horse)|his horse]] up the plank and on to the deck of the ''Prayer'', hacking down anyone who blundered within reach. {{Ref|aCoK|58}}
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She was part of the fleet commanded by Ser [[Imry Florent]] during the [[Battle of the Blackwater]].{{ref|acok|58}} During the battle [[Davos Seaworth]] recognised the dog’s head helm of [[the Hound]], he saw his white cloak streaming from his shoulders as he rode [[Stranger (horse)|his horse]] up the plank and on to the deck of the ''Prayer'', hacking down anyone who blundered within reach. {{Ref|aCoK|58}}
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 13:50, 30 May 2014

Prayer is a war galley in service to House Sunglass.[1]

Recent Events

A Clash of Kings

The Prayer was seized by Stannis Baratheon when Lord Guncer Sunglass refused to acknowledge Stannis as his liege when Stannis rejected the Faith.

She was part of the fleet commanded by Ser Imry Florent during the Battle of the Blackwater.[1] During the battle Davos Seaworth recognised the dog’s head helm of the Hound, he saw his white cloak streaming from his shoulders as he rode his horse up the plank and on to the deck of the Prayer, hacking down anyone who blundered within reach. [1]

References and Notes