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Tristan Rivers is an exiled bastard and outlaw from the Riverlands, currently a sellsword in service to the [[Golden Company]].
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Ser '''Tristan Rivers''' is a [[Westeros]]i sellsword in service to the [[Golden Company]]. He is a [[bastard|bastard]].
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==Appearance==
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Tristan wears a lord’s ransom in golden arm rings.{{Ref|aDwD|24}}
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==History==
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Tristan is an exiled bastard and outlaw from the [[riverlands]].
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
===A Dance with Dragons===
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===''A Dance with Dragons''===
Tristan Rivers voices a strong opinion on [[Illyrio Mopatis]]'s plans during [[Jon Connington]]’s rendezvous with the [[Golden Company]]:
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Tristan Rivers is present during [[Jon Connington]]’s rendezvous with the [[Golden Company]] three miles south of [[Volon Therys]] and voices a strong opinion on [[Illyrio Mopatis]]'s plans:
{{Quote|Which plan? ... The fat man’s plan? The one that changes every time the [[moon]] turns? First [[Viserys Targaryen]] was to join us with fifty thousand [[Dothraki]] screamers at his back. Then the Beggar King was dead, and it was to be his sister, [[Daenerys| a pliable young child queen]] who was on her way to [[Pentos]] with three new-hatched [[dragon]]s. Instead the girl turns up on [[Slaver's Bay]] and leaves a string of burning cities in her wake, and the fat man decides we should meet her by [[Volantis]]. Now that plan is in ruins as well. I have had enough of Illyrio’s plans. [[Robert Baratheon]] won the [[Iron Throne]] without the benefit of dragons. We can do the same.{{Ref|aDwD|24}}}}
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{{Quote|Which plan? The fat man’s plan? The one that changes every time the [[moon]] turns? First [[Viserys Targaryen]] was to join us with fifty thousand [[Dothraki]] screamers at his back. Then the Beggar King was dead, and it was to be [[Daenerys Targaryen|the sister]], a pliable young child queen who was on her way to [[Pentos]] with three new-hatched [[dragon]]s. Instead the girl turns up on [[Slaver's Bay]] and leaves a string of burning cities in her wake, and the fat man decides we should meet her by [[Volantis]]. Now that plan is in ruins as well. I have had enough of Illyrio’s plans. [[Robert I Baratheon|Robert Baratheon]] won the [[Iron Throne]] without the benefit of dragons. We can do the same.{{Ref|aDwD|24}}}}
He like the rest of the company swears his allegiance to [[Aegon Targaryen]] when they invade [[Westeros]].
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Tristan, like the rest of the company, swears his allegiance to [[Aegon Targaryen (son of Rhaegar)|Aegon Targaryen]] before they [[Landing of the Golden Company|invade Westeros]].
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While a quarter of the company’s available strength [[taking of Griffin's Roost|takes Griffin's Roost]], Tristan sets off simultaneously for the seat of [[House Morrigen]] at [[Crow's Nest]], and [[Laswell Peake]] for [[Rain House]], the stronghold of [[House Wylde]], each with a formidable force of comparable size. If Rivers and Peake are successful [[Harry Strickland]] argues that the [[Golden Company]] will control a better part of [[Cape Wrath]].{{ref|ADWD|61}}
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Tristan successfully takes Crow's Nest.{{ref|AWOIAF| Crow's Nest}}
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==References==
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==References and Notes==
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[[Category:Characters from the Riverlands|Rivers, Tristan]]
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[[Category:Bastards|Rivers, Tristan]]
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[[Category:Exiles|Rivers, Tristan]]
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[[Category:Golden Company|Rivers, Tristan]]
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[[Category:Mercenaries|Rivers, Tristan]]
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[[Category:Outlaws|Rivers, Tristan]]
  
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[[Category:Mercenaries|Tristan Rivers]]
 
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[[ru:Тристан Риверс]]

Latest revision as of 09:05, 8 June 2019

Tristan Rivers
Golden Company.svg
Golden Company.svg
Tristan Rivers TheMico.jpg

Allegiance Golden Company
Book(s) A Dance with Dragons (appears)

Ser Tristan Rivers is a Westerosi sellsword in service to the Golden Company. He is a bastard.

Appearance

Tristan wears a lord’s ransom in golden arm rings.[1]

History

Tristan is an exiled bastard and outlaw from the riverlands.

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

Tristan Rivers is present during Jon Connington’s rendezvous with the Golden Company three miles south of Volon Therys and voices a strong opinion on Illyrio Mopatis's plans:

Which plan? The fat man’s plan? The one that changes every time the moon turns? First Viserys Targaryen was to join us with fifty thousand Dothraki screamers at his back. Then the Beggar King was dead, and it was to be the sister, a pliable young child queen who was on her way to Pentos with three new-hatched dragons. Instead the girl turns up on Slaver's Bay and leaves a string of burning cities in her wake, and the fat man decides we should meet her by Volantis. Now that plan is in ruins as well. I have had enough of Illyrio’s plans. Robert Baratheon won the Iron Throne without the benefit of dragons. We can do the same.[1]

Tristan, like the rest of the company, swears his allegiance to Aegon Targaryen before they invade Westeros.

While a quarter of the company’s available strength takes Griffin's Roost, Tristan sets off simultaneously for the seat of House Morrigen at Crow's Nest, and Laswell Peake for Rain House, the stronghold of House Wylde, each with a formidable force of comparable size. If Rivers and Peake are successful Harry Strickland argues that the Golden Company will control a better part of Cape Wrath.[2]

Tristan successfully takes Crow's Nest.[3]

References