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Ser '''Quincy Cox''', the Knight of Saltpans, is the head of his house. He is old.<ref>[[A Feast for Crows]], [[A Feast for Crows-Chapter 30|Chapter 30]], Jaime</ref>
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Ser '''Quincy Cox''', also called the '''Knight of Saltpans''', is the head of [[House Cox]]. He is old and has a castle in [[Saltpans]].{{ref|AFFC|30}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
===A Feast for Crows===
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===''A Feast for Crows''===
When [[Saltpans]] was raided by a group reportedly led by [[Sandor Clegane]], Ser Quincy ordered his castle gates shut and never left the castle to help the inhabitants of the town. The town was burned and the smallfolk scattered.<ref>[[A Feast for Crows]], [[A Feast for Crows-Chapter 30|Chapter 30]], Jaime</ref>
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When [[Saltpans]] is raided by a group reportedly led by [[Sandor Clegane]] (actually [[Rorge]] wearing Sandor's signature [[Hound]] helmet), Ser Quincy order his castle gates shut and never leaves the castle to help the inhabitants of the town. [[raid on Saltpans|Saltpans is burned]] and the smallfolk scatter.{{ref|AFFC|31}} A dying woman curses Quincy for not preventing her rape by [[Brave Companions]] and mutilation by [[Biter]].{{ref|AFFC|31}}
  
==References and Notes==
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==Quotes about Quincy==
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{{Quote|'''Meribald''': Ser Quincy is an old man. His sons and good-sons are far away or dead, his grandsons are still boys, and he has two daughters. What could he have done, one man against so many?<br>
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'''Elder Brother''': True words, and wise. When you cross to [[Saltpans]], no doubt Ser Quincy will ask you for forgiveness. I am glad you are here to give it. I could not.{{Ref|affc|31}}|[[Meribald]] and the [[Elder Brother (Quiet Isle)|Elder Brother]]}}
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{{Quote|He could have tried. He could have died. Young or old, a [[true knight]] is sworn to protect those who are weaker than himself, or die in the attempt.{{Ref|affc|31}}|thoughts of [[Brienne of Tarth]]}}
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[[Category:House Cox]]
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[[Category:Characters from the Riverlands|Cox, Quincy]]
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[[Category:Nobles|Cox, Quincy]]
 
[[Category:Nobles|Cox, Quincy]]
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Latest revision as of 20:41, 15 February 2019

Quincy Cox
Title Ser
Knight of Saltpans
Allegiance House Cox
Issue Sons
2 daughters
Book(s) A Feast for Crows (mentioned)

Ser Quincy Cox, also called the Knight of Saltpans, is the head of House Cox. He is old and has a castle in Saltpans.[1]

Recent Events

A Feast for Crows

When Saltpans is raided by a group reportedly led by Sandor Clegane (actually Rorge wearing Sandor's signature Hound helmet), Ser Quincy order his castle gates shut and never leaves the castle to help the inhabitants of the town. Saltpans is burned and the smallfolk scatter.[2] A dying woman curses Quincy for not preventing her rape by Brave Companions and mutilation by Biter.[2]

Quotes about Quincy

Meribald: Ser Quincy is an old man. His sons and good-sons are far away or dead, his grandsons are still boys, and he has two daughters. What could he have done, one man against so many?
Elder Brother: True words, and wise. When you cross to Saltpans, no doubt Ser Quincy will ask you for forgiveness. I am glad you are here to give it. I could not.[2]

He could have tried. He could have died. Young or old, a true knight is sworn to protect those who are weaker than himself, or die in the attempt.[2]

—thoughts of Brienne of Tarth

References