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Maester '''Walys''' was a [[maester]] of the [[Citadel]].  
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'''Walys''', born '''Walys Flowers''', was a [[maester]] of the [[Citadel]].  
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
Walys was born a [[bastard]] son of a [[House Hightower|Hightower]] girl and an [[Archmaester]] of the [[Citadel]]. After forging his chain, he served at [[Winterfell]] when Lord [[Rickard Stark]] was head of [[House Stark]]. Lady [[Barbrey Ryswell]] believes that Walys instigated Lord Rickard's "southron ambitions", including the marriage of his son [[Brandon Stark|Brandon]] to [[Catelyn Tully]].{{ref|adwd|37}}
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Walys was born a [[bastard]] son of a [[House Hightower|Hightower]] girl and an [[archmaester]] of the [[Citadel]]. After forging his chain, he served at [[Winterfell]] when Lord [[Rickard Stark]] was head of [[House Stark]].{{ref|adwd|37}}
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==Recent History==
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===''A Dance with Dragons''===
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Lady [[Barbrey Dustin]] believes that Walys instigated Lord [[Rickard Stark]]'s "southron ambitions", including the marriage of his son [[Brandon Stark|Brandon]] to [[Catelyn Stark|Catelyn Tully]].{{ref|adwd|37}}
  
 
==Theories==
 
==Theories==
Because of the personal items in Archmaester [[Walgrave]]'s strongbox,{{Ref|aFfC|Prologue}} and the similarity of Walgrave's and Walys's names, some suspect he was the Archmaester who fathered Walys.  
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Because of the personal items in Archmaester [[Walgrave]]'s strongbox,{{Ref|aFfC|Prologue}} and the similarity of Walgrave's and Walys's names, some suspect he was the archmaester who fathered Walys.  
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==Quotes==
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{{quote|Once he forged his chain, his secret father and his friends wasted no time dispatching him to [[Winterfell]] to fill Lord [[Rickard Stark|Rickard's]] ears with poisoned words as sweet as honey. The [[Catelyn Stark|Tully marriage]] was his notion, never doubt it, he—{{ref|ADWD|37}}|[[Barbrey Dustin]] to [[Theon Greyjoy]]}}
  
 
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Revision as of 14:32, 28 May 2019

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Walys Flowers
Alias Walys
Title Maester at Winterfell
Allegiance The Citadel
House Stark
Culture Reach
Died In or before 283 AC
Book(s) A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)

Walys, born Walys Flowers, was a maester of the Citadel.

History

Walys was born a bastard son of a Hightower girl and an archmaester of the Citadel. After forging his chain, he served at Winterfell when Lord Rickard Stark was head of House Stark.[1]

Recent History

A Dance with Dragons

Lady Barbrey Dustin believes that Walys instigated Lord Rickard Stark's "southron ambitions", including the marriage of his son Brandon to Catelyn Tully.[1]

Theories

Because of the personal items in Archmaester Walgrave's strongbox,[2] and the similarity of Walgrave's and Walys's names, some suspect he was the archmaester who fathered Walys.

Quotes

Once he forged his chain, his secret father and his friends wasted no time dispatching him to Winterfell to fill Lord Rickard's ears with poisoned words as sweet as honey. The Tully marriage was his notion, never doubt it, he—[1]

References