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| Place_of_Death = [[Battle of the Blackwater|Blackwater Rush]]
 
| Place_of_Death = [[Battle of the Blackwater|Blackwater Rush]]
 
| Date_of_Death = {{date|299}}
 
| Date_of_Death = {{date|299}}
| Books = ''[[A Feast for Crows]]'' (Mentioned)
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| Books = ''[[A Feast for Crows]]'' (mentioned)
 
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[[Brienne of Tarth]] recalls that Ser Will was a part of King [[Renly Baratheon]]'s host encamped beneath the walls of [[Highgarden]]. He was one of the knights that participated in the wager on who would claim Brienne's maidenhead. In his efforts to win the bet, Will offered to rub her shoulders to get the knots out. Lord [[Randyll Tarly]] found out about the bet and put an end to it.{{ref|affc|14}} After the bet was discovered and ended, Brienne sought out and defeated Will during the [[melee at Bitterbridge]].{{ref|affc|20}} Will was killed at the [[Battle of the Blackwater]].{{ref|affc|14}}
 
[[Brienne of Tarth]] recalls that Ser Will was a part of King [[Renly Baratheon]]'s host encamped beneath the walls of [[Highgarden]]. He was one of the knights that participated in the wager on who would claim Brienne's maidenhead. In his efforts to win the bet, Will offered to rub her shoulders to get the knots out. Lord [[Randyll Tarly]] found out about the bet and put an end to it.{{ref|affc|14}} After the bet was discovered and ended, Brienne sought out and defeated Will during the [[melee at Bitterbridge]].{{ref|affc|20}} Will was killed at the [[Battle of the Blackwater]].{{ref|affc|14}}
  
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Latest revision as of 21:34, 1 December 2017

Will
Alias Will the Stork
Title Ser
Died In 299 AC, at Blackwater Rush
Book(s) A Feast for Crows (mentioned)

Ser Will, better known as Will the Stork, is a hedge knight.

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A Feast for Crows

Brienne of Tarth recalls that Ser Will was a part of King Renly Baratheon's host encamped beneath the walls of Highgarden. He was one of the knights that participated in the wager on who would claim Brienne's maidenhead. In his efforts to win the bet, Will offered to rub her shoulders to get the knots out. Lord Randyll Tarly found out about the bet and put an end to it.[1] After the bet was discovered and ended, Brienne sought out and defeated Will during the melee at Bitterbridge.[2] Will was killed at the Battle of the Blackwater.[1]

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