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| Character_name = [[File:House Manderly.PNG|50px|left]] '''Wyman Manderly''' [[File:House Manderly.PNG|50px|right]]
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| Character_name = [[File:House Manderly.svg|50px|left]] '''Wyman Manderly''' [[File:House Manderly.svg|50px|right]]
 
| image          = [[File:Wyman Manderly by cabepfir.jpg|250px]]
 
| image          = [[File:Wyman Manderly by cabepfir.jpg|250px]]
 
| image_caption  = Depiction by cabepfir
 
| image_caption  = Depiction by cabepfir
| Alias          = Lord Lamprey<br>Lord Too-Fat-to-Sit-a-Horse<br>Lord Pig<br>Lord Lard
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| Alias          = Lord Lamprey{{ref|ACOK|16}}<br>Lord Too-Fat-to-Sit-a-Horse{{ref|ADWD|3}}<br>Lord Pig{{ref|ADWD|32}}<br>Lord Lard{{ref|ADWD|51}}
| Title          = Lord of [[White Harbor]]<br>[[Warden of the White Knife]]<br>[[Shield of the Faith]]<br>[[Defender of the Dispossessed]]<br>[[Lord Marshal of the Mander]]<br>Knight of the [[Order of the Green Hand|Order]] of the [[House Gardener|Green Hand]]  
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| Title          = [[Lord of White Harbor]]<br>[[Warden of the White Knife]]<br>[[Shield of the Faith]]<br>[[Defender of the Dispossessed]]<br>[[Lord Marshal of the Mander]]<br>Knight of the [[Order of the Green Hand]]  
 
| Allegiance    = [[House Manderly]]
 
| Allegiance    = [[House Manderly]]
 
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| Culture        = [[Northmen]]
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| Place_of_Birth = [[White Harbour]]{{ref|awoiaf| "Wyman Manderly" entry}}
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| Issue          = [[Wylis Manderly]]<br>[[Wendel Manderly]]
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| Place_of_Birth = [[White Harbor]]{{ref|awoiaf| Wyman Manderly}}
 
| Date_of_Birth  = or between {{Date|239}} and {{Date|242}}<ref>''See the [[Years after Aegon's Conquest/Calculations Ages (Continued3)#Wyman Manderly|Wyman Manderly]] calculation.''</ref>
 
| Date_of_Birth  = or between {{Date|239}} and {{Date|242}}<ref>''See the [[Years after Aegon's Conquest/Calculations Ages (Continued3)#Wyman Manderly|Wyman Manderly]] calculation.''</ref>
 
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| Books          = ''[[A Game of Thrones]]'' (mentioned)<br>''[[A Clash of Kings]]'' (appears)<br>''[[A Storm of Swords]]'' (mentioned)<br>''[[A Feast for Crows]]'' (mentioned)<br>''[[A Dance with Dragons]]'' (appears)
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| Books          = ''[[A Game of Thrones]]'' (mentioned)<br>''[[A Clash of Kings]]'' (appears)<br>''[[A Storm of Swords]]'' (mentioned)<br>''[[A Feast for Crows]]'' (mentioned)<br>''[[A Dance with Dragons]]'' (appears)<br>''[[The Winds of Winter]]'' (mentioned)
 
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| Played_by      = [[w:Sean Blowers|Sean Blowers]]
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| TV_series      = [[Game of Thrones - Season 6|Season 6]]
 
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Lord '''Wyman Manderly''' is the head of [[House Manderly]]. He has two sons, [[Wylis Manderly|Wylis]] and [[Wendel Manderly|Wendel]], and has been a widower for eight years. His titles include Lord of [[White Harbor]], [[Warden of the White Knife]], [[Shield of the Faith|Shield]] of the [[Faith of the Seven|Faith]], [[Defender of the Dispossessed]], [[Lord Marshal of the Mander]], and [[Knight]] of the [[Order of the Green Hand]].{{ref|ADWD|19}}
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'''Wyman Manderly''' is the head of [[House Manderly]]. He has two sons, [[Wylis Manderly|Wylis]] and [[Wendel Manderly|Wendel]], and has been a widower for eight years. His titles include Lord of [[White Harbor]], [[Warden of the White Knife]], [[Shield of the Faith|Shield]] of the [[Faith of the Seven|Faith]], [[Defender of the Dispossessed]], [[Lord Marshal of the Mander]], and [[Knight]] of the [[Order of the Green Hand]].{{ref|ADWD|19}} In the television adaptation ''[[Game of Thrones]]'', he is portrayed by [[w:Sean Blowers|Sean Blowers]].
  
 
==Appearance and Character==
 
==Appearance and Character==
:''See also: [[:Category:Images of Wyman Manderly|Images of Wyman Manderly]]''
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{{See also|:Category:Images of Wyman Manderly|l1=Images of Wyman Manderly}}
Wyman is so fat he can no longer ride a horse and must be carried in a litter, leading to the nickname '''Lord Too-Fat-to-Sit-a-Horse'''.{{Ref|ACOK|16}}{{ref|aDwD|3}} He is nearly sixty years old, with a massive belly and fingers the size of sausages.{{Ref|AGOT|55}}
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Wyman is so fat he can no longer ride a horse and must be carried in a litter, leading to the nickname Lord Too-Fat-to-Sit-a-Horse.{{Ref|ACOK|16}}{{ref|aDwD|3}} He is nearly sixty years old, with a massive belly and fingers the size of sausages.{{Ref|AGOT|55}}
  
Wyman is amiable and has a loud, booming laugh. He is mocked by his own people as '''Lord Lamprey'''.{{Ref|ACOK|16}} By his own admission, and because of his physical appearance, Wyman is seen by many as craven and foolish, however, this is a clever front; he is shrewd, calculating and intelligent. He is also staunchly loyal to [[House Stark]].{{Ref|aDwD|29}}
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Wyman is amiable and has a loud, booming laugh. He is mocked by his own people as Lord Lamprey.{{Ref|ACOK|16}} By his own admission, and because of his physical appearance, Wyman is seen by many as craven and foolish, however, this is a clever front; he is shrewd, calculating and intelligent. He is also staunchly loyal to [[House Stark]].{{Ref|aDwD|29}} A prodigious eater, Wyman enjoys boiled eggs,{{ref|ADWD|51}} capons,{{ref|ACOK|16}} eels,{{ref|AGOT|55}} lampreys,{{ref|ACOK|21}} [[Frey Pies/Theories|pork pies]],{{ref|ADWD|37}} porridge,{{ref|ADWD|41}} and sausages.{{ref|ADWD|51}}
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Wyman wears rich clothing, including a velvet blue-green doublet embroidered with golden thread. A golden trident pins his mantle to his shoulder.{{ref|ADWD|29}}
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
Wyman loved to ride horses as a boy and he won some small acclaim in the lists when he was a young man. However, he has grown too big to ride.{{ref|ADWD|29}} Wyman has been a widower since about {{date|291}}.{{ref|acok|16}}
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Wyman loved to ride horses as a boy and he won some small acclaim in the lists when he was a young man. However, he has grown too big to ride.{{ref|ADWD|29}}
  
 
Wyman participated in the [[Battle of the Trident]] during [[Robert's Rebellion]]. He granted the [[Wolf's Den]] to Ser [[Bartimus]] after the latter saved Wyman's life in the battle.{{ref|ADWD|29}}
 
Wyman participated in the [[Battle of the Trident]] during [[Robert's Rebellion]]. He granted the [[Wolf's Den]] to Ser [[Bartimus]] after the latter saved Wyman's life in the battle.{{ref|ADWD|29}}
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Lord Manderly has been a widower since about {{date|291}}.{{ref|acok|16}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
 
===''A Game of Thrones''===
 
===''A Game of Thrones''===
While in [[King's Landing]], Lord [[Eddard Stark]] asks his wife, Lady [[Catelyn Tully]], to instruct Lord Wyman to strengthen the defenses of [[White Harbor]] and keep them well garrisoned.{{ref|AGOT|20}} Wyman meets Catelyn when she comes ashore at White Harbor after her return from the [[Eyrie]]. He stays to command the defense of the city when [[Robb Stark]] calls his banners. He sends his two sons, [[Wylis Manderly|Wylis]] and [[Wendel Manderly|Wendel]], in his absence.{{Ref|AGOT|55}}
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While in [[King's Landing]], Lord [[Eddard Stark]] asks his wife, Lady [[Catelyn Stark]], to instruct Lord Wyman to strengthen the defenses of [[White Harbor]] and keep them well garrisoned.{{ref|AGOT|20}} Wyman meets Catelyn when she comes ashore at White Harbor after her return from the [[Eyrie]]. He stays to command the defense of the city when [[Robb Stark]] calls his banners. He sends his two sons, Ser [[Wylis Manderly|Wylis]] and Ser [[Wendel Manderly|Wendel]], in his absence.{{Ref|AGOT|55}}
  
 
===''A Clash of Kings''===
 
===''A Clash of Kings''===
Wyman comes to [[Winterfell]] to partake in the [[harvest feast]], bringing a retinue of knights, retainers, and entertainers. To [[Bran Stark]], Ser [[Rodrik Cassel]], and Maester [[Luwin]] he proposes to mint new coinage for Robb, the new [[King in the North]], and a new war fleet for the [[North]]. He also offers himself or his son Wendel as a possible new husband for the widowed Lady [[Donella Hornwood]].{{Ref|ACOK|16}} Despite his size, he dances gracefully with [[Beth Cassel]] during the harvest feast.{{ref|aCoK|21}} When [[Ramsay Snow]], the Bastard of Bolton, kidnaps and forcibly marries Lady Hornwood, Wyman moves quickly to seize [[Hornwood]] and prevent [[House Bolton]] from having it.{{ref|aCoK|28}}
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[[File:Wyman Manderly TheMico.jpg|thumb|Wyman Manderly by The Mico]]
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Wyman comes to [[Winterfell]] to partake in the [[harvest feast]], bringing a retinue of [[knight]]s, retainers, and entertainers,{{ref|ACOK|16}} as well as twenty casks of seafood.{{ref|ACOK|21}} To [[Bran Stark]], Ser [[Rodrik Cassel]], and Maester [[Luwin]], Lord Manderly proposes to mint new coinage for Robb, the new [[King in the North]], and a new war fleet for the [[north]]. He also offers himself or Wendel as a possible new husband for the widowed Lady [[Donella Hornwood]].{{Ref|ACOK|16}} Despite his size, Wyman dances gracefully with [[Beth Cassel]] during the feast.{{ref|aCoK|21}}
  
In response to [[Theon Greyjoy]]'s [[capture of Winterfell]], Wyman sends a dozen barges packed with [[knight]]s, warhorses, and siege engines up the [[White Knife]] to join Ser [[Rodrik Cassel]]'s army.{{ref|ACOK|56}} However, these Stark loyalists are betrayed by Ramsay and [[House Bolton]] in the [[battle at Winterfell]].{{ref|AGOT|66}}
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When [[Ramsay Snow]], the Bastard of Bolton, kidnaps and forcibly marries Lady Hornwood, Wyman moves quickly to seize [[Hornwood]] and prevent [[House Bolton]] from having it.{{ref|aCoK|28}}
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In response to [[Theon Greyjoy]]'s [[capture of Winterfell]], Wyman sends a dozen barges packed with knights, warhorses, and siege engines up the [[White Knife]] to join Rodrik's army.{{ref|ACOK|56}} However, these Stark loyalists are betrayed by Ramsay and the garrison of the [[Dreadfort]] in the [[battle at Winterfell]].{{ref|AGOT|66}}
  
 
===''A Storm of Swords''===
 
===''A Storm of Swords''===
While traveling in the [[wolfswood]], the crippled Bran Stark recalls that during the harvest feast Lord Wyman looked at him with less pity than other northern lords. However, Bran does not know if White Harbor is safe from the Boltons, and he decides instead to find the [[three-eyed crow]] [[beyond the Wall]].{{ref|ASOS|9}}
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While traveling in the [[wolfswood]], the crippled Bran recalls that during the harvest feast Lord Wyman looked at him with less pity than other northern lords. However, Bran does not know if White Harbor is safe from the Boltons, and he decides instead to journey [[beyond the Wall]] to find the [[three-eyed crow]].{{ref|ASOS|9}}
  
Wyman's heir, Ser [[Wylis Manderly|Wylis]], is captured by the [[House Lannister|Lannisters]] in the [[Battle of the Ruby Ford]]. His second son, Ser [[Wendel Manderly|Wendel]], dies at [[the Twins]] during the [[Red Wedding]].{{ref|ASOS|51}}
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Wyman's heir, Ser [[Wylis Manderly|Wylis]], is captured by Ser [[Gregor Clegane]] in the [[fighting at the fords of the Trident]].{{ref|ASOS|49}} His second son, Ser [[Wendel Manderly|Wendel]], is killed by crossbowmen at the [[Twins]] when King Robb is betrayed by [[House Frey]] in the [[Red Wedding]].{{ref|ASOS|51}}
  
 
===''A Feast for Crows''===
 
===''A Feast for Crows''===
It is reported to Queen [[Cersei Lannister|Cersei]] that Lord Wyman has had Ser [[Davos Seaworth]] executed. Members of [[House Frey]] testify that they have seen his head, confirming Wyman's claim.{{Ref|AFFC|24}}
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King [[Tommen Baratheon|Tommen I Baratheon]]'s [[small council]] learns that Wyman has imprisoned Lord [[Davos Seaworth]], an envoy of [[Stannis Baratheon]], and Queen Regent [[Cersei Lannister]] orders Lord Manderly to execute the Onion Lord.{{ref|AFFC|17}} It is later reported to Cersei that Wyman has had Davos executed. Members of [[House Frey]] testify that they have seen his head, confirming Wyman's claim.{{Ref|AFFC|24}} In return, Cersei orders her brother, Ser [[Jaime Lannister]], to release Wylis from captivity at [[Harrenhal]].{{ref|AFFC|27}}
  
 
===''A Dance with Dragons''===
 
===''A Dance with Dragons''===
[[File:Jake Murray manderlys scheme.jpg|thumb|450px|Lord Wyman Manderly with his [[Frey Pies/Theories|three pies]]. - by Jake Murray. © Fantasy Flight Games.]]
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[[Stannis Baratheon]] sends a letter from [[Castle Black]] to [[White Harbor]] demanding fealty to him as king. Wyman responds with obfuscation, speaking of his age and infirmity. [[Jon Snow]] informs Stannis that [[Val]] would refuse to marry Wyman.{{ref|aDwD|3}}
[[Stannis Baratheon]] sends a letter to [[White Harbor]] that demands fealty to him as king from Lord Wyman. He responds with obfuscation, speaking of his age and infirmity.{{ref|aDwD|3}}
 
  
[[Davos Seaworth]] arrives to treat with Lord Manderly on behalf of Stannis and he is brought before him at the [[Merman's Court]]. A large audience is present at court, with three Freys attending ([[Rhaegar Frey|Rhaegar]], [[Symond Frey|Symond]], and [[Jared Frey|Jared]]), as well as the family of his surviving son, [[Wylis Manderly|Wylis]]. In return for the return of Wylis and peace with the [[Iron Throne]], Wyman agrees to marry a daughter of Lord [[Walder Frey]] and to marry his granddaughters [[Wynafryd Manderly|Wynafryd]] and [[Wylla Manderly|Wylla]] to [[Rhaegar Frey|Rhaegar]] and [[Walder Frey (son of Merrett)|Little Walder Frey]], respectively. Wyman also agrees to relinquish his claim to [[Hornwood]].{{ref|ADWD|19}} After Lord Wyman hears Davos's plea to join Stannis's cause, he orders his cousin Ser [[Marlon Manderly]] to have Davos executed due to his loyalty to [[House Lannister]], the Iron Throne, and his faith in the Freys' explanation of the [[Red Wedding]] being [[Robb Stark]]'s work.{{ref|aDwD|19}}
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[[Robett Glover]] comes to White Harbor to try raising men, but it is believed that Lord Manderly is refusing his pleas. Supported by the [[Iron Throne]], [[Rhaegar Frey|Rhaegar]], [[Symond Frey|Symond]], and [[Jared Frey|Jared]] arrive in White Harbor on ''[[Lionstar]]'' as envoys and to return the bones of Ser [[Wendel Manderly]].{{ref|ADWD|15}} In return for the freedom of his surviving son, Ser [[Wylis Manderly]], for whom he has to pay a ransom of three thousand [[currency|dragons]], and peace with the [[Iron Throne]], Wyman agrees to marry a daughter of Lord [[Walder Frey]] and to marry his granddaughters [[Wynafryd Manderly|Wynafryd]] and [[Wylla Manderly|Wylla]] to Rhaegar and [[Walder Frey (son of Merrett)|Little Walder Frey]], respectively. Wyman also agrees to relinquish his claim to [[Hornwood]].{{ref|ADWD|19}}
  
Instead of executing Davos, Wyman executes another prisoner who reassembles Davos in the Onion Knight's place and sends Davos to the [[Wolf's Den]], a prison in White Harbor. The other prisoner's head and hands are removed, dipped in tar, and the unnamed prisoner's fingers are removed in order to make the remains which are displayed in public look truly like Davos's. The Freys write to King's Landing stating that Manderly loyally ordered the execution of the Onion Knight. Wyman Manderly's trick works, and the Iron Throne returns his only living son, Wylis, from captivity.  
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Lord [[Davos Seaworth]] arrives to treat with Wyman on behalf of Stannis and is brought before the [[Merman's Court]]. A large audience is present, with the three Freys and Wylis's family in attendance. A pallid Wyman listens to Jared claim that Wendel sacrificed his life to save Lord [[Walder Frey]] from [[Robb Stark]], who had [[warg|turned into a wolf]]. When Rhaegar insults Robb, claiming he was a vile dog who died like one, and that [[Tommen Baratheon|Tommen I Baratheon]] is the rightful king, Wyman agrees with him. Wylla speaks in favor of Davos, saying they should join Stannis for vengeance and that she will not marry a Frey, but Lord Wyman threatens to send her to the [[silent sisters]]. After Wyman hears Davos's plea to join Stannis's cause, he orders his cousin, Ser [[Marlon Manderly]], to have Davos executed.{{ref|aDwD|19}}
  
During the celebration feast welcoming Wylis home to White Harbor, Wyman meets secretly in a room of the [[New Castle]] with Davos and [[Robett Glover]]. He apologizes to Davos for the way in which he has been treated, and explains that the need for all the acting and deception was to trick the Lannisters and Freys into releasing his son from captivity and make them think he is a fat, stupid oaf who fears them. Manderly explains to Davos that he has learned from a survivor of the [[sack of Winterfell]], [[Wex Pyke]], that it was [[Ramsay Snow|Ramsay Bolton]] who was responsible for the massacre. He also explains to Davos that he has learned from Wex that [[Rickon Stark]] is alive and he needs a smuggler as opposed to a normal sailor to retrieve him from his current location, [[Skagos]]. Wyman promises Davos he will swear allegiance to Stannis if Davos does this task for him.{{ref|aDwD|29}}
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Instead of executing Davos, Wyman sends Davos to comfortable captivity in the [[Wolf's Den]], a prison in White Harbor, and a criminal who resembles Davos is killed instead. The unnamed man's head and hands are removed and dipped in tar, and his fingers are shortened by Ser [[Bartimus]] so that the publicly-displayed remains look like Davos's. Once the Freys inform Cersei's small council that Lord Manderly ordered the execution of the Onion Lord, the Iron Throne returns Wylis from captivity at [[Maidenpool]].{{ref|ADWD|29}}
  
After he and Davos reach an agreement, Manderly leaves to attend the wedding of Ramsay Bolton to "[[Jeyne Poole|Arya Stark]]" with an armed escort. Before doing so, he gifts his three Frey guests a palfrey each; guest gifts are given to guests when they leave their host's protection, meaning they are no longer under the protection of [[guest right]].{{ref|aDwD|46}} With him, Manderly brings a huge supply of food to Ramsay's wedding at [[Winterfell]], but he brings no hostage as commanded by [[Roose Bolton]], the new [[Warden of the North]]. This is unsettling to Roose, but with word of Stannis marching on Winterfell, Roose cannot quarrel with Wyman as he is in need of his knights.
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During the celebration feast welcoming Wylis home to White Harbor, Wyman meets secretly in the [[New Castle]] with Davos and Robett. He apologizes for the way in which Davos has been treated, tells him he agrees with Wylla about the debt White Harbor owes the [[House Stark|Starks]], and explains he is acting cowardly to deceive the Lannisters and Freys. Wyman has been building warships at White Harbor and hiding them up the White Knife.{{ref|ADWD|29}} He claims there are spies around him, not trusting Maester [[Theomore]], who was born a [[House Lannister of Lannisport|Lannister of Lannisport]]. Wyman learned from [[Wex Pyke]], a survivor of the [[sack of Winterfell]], that [[Ramsay Snow|Ramsay Bolton]] was responsible for the massacre. Wyman promises Davos he will swear allegiance to Stannis if [[Rickon Stark]] is retrieved from [[Skagos]].{{ref|aDwD|29}}
  
The three Freys do not arrive with Wyman. He claims they rode ahead of him, being that he cannot ride a horse and instead travelled by boat. [[Hosteen Frey|Hosteen]] and [[Aenys Frey]] suspect Manderly of foul play.{{ref|aDwD|32}} At the wedding feast, Wyman is in a very jolly humor, laughing and jesting and calling out songs for the singer [[Mance Rayder|Abel]] to sing. He then presents three huge pies.  He himself serves them, the first steaming portions he gives to Roose Bolton and his wife [[Walda Frey]], the next to the sons of Walder Frey, Ser [[Hosteen Frey]] and Ser [[Aenys Frey]]. Wyman declares, 
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[[File:Jake Murray manderlys scheme.jpg|thumb|450px|Wyman with his [[Frey Pies/Theories|three pies]], by Jake Murray © Fantasy Flight Games]]
{{Quote|The best pie you have ever tasted, my lords. Wash it down with [[wine|Arbor gold]] and savor every bite. [[Frey Pies/Theories|I know I shall]].{{Ref|aDwD|37}}}} 
 
  
Wyman asks Abel to sing of the [[Rat Cook]], most probably intended to make [[Red Wedding|violators]] of the [[guest right]] etiquette uncomfortable.{{ref|aDwD|37}} Roose Bolton does not eat or drink anything unless he sees Wyman taste it first.
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Wyman leaves White Harbor to attend the wedding of Ramsay to "[[Jeyne Poole|Arya Stark]]" with an armed escort. Before doing so, he gives his three Frey guests a palfrey each; guest gifts are given to guests when they leave their host's protection, meaning they are no longer under the protection of [[guest right]].{{ref|aDwD|32}} The Frey envoys disappear while en route to [[Barrowton]].{{ref|ADWD|32}} Wyman claims the Freys rode ahead of him, being that he cannot ride a horse and instead travels slowly by barge and litter. Wyman is distraught and the leaders of the Frey contingent, Ser [[Hosteen Frey|Hosteen]] and Ser [[Aenys Frey|Aenys]], sons of Lord [[Walder Frey]], are distressed at their kinsmen's disappearance.{{ref|aDwD|32}} [[Walder Frey (son of Jammos)|Big Walder Frey]] thinks the envoys were killed by Wyman.{{ref|ADWD|32}}
  
Among the snowmen that squires build along the battlements of Winterfell, one resembling Wyman is the fattest snowman [[Theon Greyjoy]] has ever seen.{{ref|ADWD|41}} When several men-at-arms in the castle are murdered, and once Theon is dismissed as a suspect, suspicion is cast upon Manderly ordering the deaths. When [[Walder Frey (son of Merrett)|Little Walder Frey]] is murdered, [[Hosteen Frey|Hosteen]] openly accuses Wyman, who denies the charge yet at the same time insults [[House Frey]], which causes an enraged Hosteen to attack Wyman. Wyman's throat is nearly slit open but his knights intervene. He is treated by  Maester [[Medrick]] for his wounds.{{ref|aDwD|51}}
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Lord [[Roose Bolton]], the new [[Warden of the North]], moves his son Ramsay's wedding from Barrowton to [[Winterfell]].{{ref|ADWD|32}} Wyman brings a huge supply of food but no hostages, which unsettles Roose.{{ref|ADWD|32}} Wyman provides food and drink for the wedding feast, during which the jolly lord calls for [[Mance Rayder|Abel]] to sing "[[The Night That Ended]]" and about [[Danny Flint]]. He serves [[Frey Pies/Theories|three huge pies]] himself, the first portions to Roose and [[Walda Frey (daughter of Merrett)|Walda Bolton]] and the next to Hosteen and Aenys, and Lord Manderly eats two slice from each pie himself.{{ref|ADWD|37}} Roose does not eat or drink anything unless he sees Wyman taste it first. While being helped from the hall, a drunken Wyman tells Abel to sing of the [[Rat Cook]].{{ref|aDwD|37}}
  
==Quotes by Wyman==
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Among the snowmen that squires build along the battlements of Winterfell, one resembling Wyman is the fattest snowman [[Theon Greyjoy]] has ever seen. Lady [[Barbrey Dustin]] does not believe that Roose would allow Lord Manderly to survive the upcoming battle with Stannis.{{ref|ADWD|41}}
{{quote|If I had thought to see war again in my lifetime, I should have eaten a few less eels.{{ref|AGOT|55}}}} – Wyman, to [[Catelyn Tully]]
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When tensions arise from the blizzard, Aenys and Hosteen accuse Lord Manderly of being responsible for the disappearance of their kin, but Wyman pleads ignorance.{{ref|ADWD|46}} Aenys suspects the Manderlys are to blame after several men-at-arms in the castle are murdered, but Barbrey and Ser [[Roger Ryswell]] are skeptical.{{ref|ADWD|46}} When Little Walder Frey is murdered, Hosteen accuses Wyman, who denies the charge yet at the same time insults House Frey, which causes an enraged Hosteen to attack Wyman. Lord Manderly's throat is nearly slit open but his knights intervene, and Wyman's wounds are treated by Maester [[Medrick]]. Roose orders Wyman to have his men march on Stannis from Winterfell's east gate.{{ref|aDwD|51}}
  
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===''The Winds of Winter''===
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{{Warning/twow}}
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Having escaped from [[Winterfell]] and been brought to the [[crofters' village]], [[Theon Greyjoy]] tells [[Stannis Baratheon]] that [[Roose Bolton]] has sent the [[House Frey|Freys]] and [[House Manderly|Manderlys]] to confront him. Stannis is angered at Wyman's support of the [[House Bolton|Boltons]], but Theon does not believe Wyman would coordinate with the Freys against Stannis.<ref name=TheonI>''[[The Winds of Winter]]'', [[Theon I (The Winds of Winter)|Theon I]]</ref>
  
{{quote|King [[Robb Stark|Robb]] has no more loyal servant than Wyman Manderly.{{ref|ACOK|16}}}} – Wyman, to [[Rodrik Cassel]]
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==Quotes by Wyman==
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{{quote|If I had thought to see war again in my lifetime, I should have eaten a few less eels.{{ref|AGOT|55}}|Wyman, to [[Catelyn Stark]]}}
  
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{{quote|Why, no [[Prince of Winterfell|prince]] is ever late. "Those who arrive before him have come early, that's all.{{ref|ACOK|16}}|Wyman, to [[Bran Stark]]}}
  
{{quote|When treating with liars, even an honest man must lie.{{ref|ADWD|29}}}} – Wyman, to [[Davos Seaworth]]
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{{quote|King [[Robb Stark|Robb]] has no more loyal servant than Wyman Manderly.{{ref|ACOK|16}}|Wyman, to [[Rodrik Cassel]]}}
  
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{{quote|When treating with liars, even an honest man must lie.{{ref|ADWD|29}}|Wyman, to [[Davos Seaworth]]}}
  
{{Quote|I am fat, and many think that makes me weak and foolish.{{Ref|aDwD|29}}}} – Wyman, to [[Davos Seaworth]]
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{{Quote|I am fat, and many think that makes me weak and foolish.{{Ref|aDwD|29}}|Wyman, to [[Davos Seaworth]]}}
  
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{{quote|My son [[Wendel Manderly|Wendel]] came to the [[Twins]] a guest. He ate Lord [[Walder Frey|Walder]]'s bread and salt, and hung his sword upon the wall to feast with friends. And they murdered him. '''[[Red Wedding|Murdered]]''', I say, and may [[House Frey|the Freys]] choke upon their fables. I drink with [[Jared Frey|Jared]], jape with [[Symond Frey|Symond]], promise [[Rhaegar Frey|Rhaegar]] the hand of [[Wynafryd Manderly|my own beloved granddaughter]] ... but never think that means I have forgotten. The [[north]] remembers, Lord Davos. The north remembers, and the mummer's farce is almost done. [[Wylis Manderly|My son]] is home.{{ref|aDwD|29}}|Wyman, to [[Davos Seaworth]]}}
  
{{quote|My son [[Wendel Manderly|Wendel]] came to the [[the Twins]] a guest. He ate Lord [[Walder Frey|Walder]]'s bread and salt, and hung his sword upon the wall to feast with friends. And they murdered him. '''[[Red Wedding|Murdered]]''', I say, and may [[House Frey|the Freys]] choke upon their fables. I drink with [[Jared Frey|Jared]], jape with [[Symond Frey|Symond]], promise [[Rhaegar Frey|Rhaegar]] the hand of [[Wynafryd Manderly|my own beloved granddaughter]] ... but never think that means I have forgotten. [[The north]] remembers, Lord Davos. The north remembers, and the mummer’s farce is almost done. [[Wylis Manderly|My son]] is home.{{ref|aDwD|29}}}}
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{{Quote|[[Shaggydog|The wolf]] will prove [[Rickon Stark|the boy]] is who we say he is, should the [[Dreadfort]] attempt to deny him. That is my price, Lord Davos. Smuggle me back my liege lord, and I will take [[Stannis Baratheon]] as my king.{{ref|aDwD|29}}|Wyman, to [[Davos Seaworth]]}}
Wyman, to [[Davos Seaworth]]
 
  
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{{Quote|The best pie you have ever tasted, my lords. Wash it down with [[wine|Arbor gold]] and savor every bite. [[Frey Pies/Theories|I know I shall]].{{Ref|aDwD|37}}|Wyman, to [[Roose Bolton]], [[Hosteen Frey]], and [[Aenys Frey]]}}
  
{{Quote|[[Shaggydog|The wolf]] will prove [[Rickon Stark|the boy]] is who we say he is, should [[the Dreadfort]] attempt to deny him. That is my price, Lord Davos. Smuggle me back my liege lord, and I will take [[Stannis Baratheon]] as my king.{{ref|aDwD|29}}}}
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{{Quote|'''Hosteen''': We know the man who did this. Killed [[Walder Frey (son of Merrett)|this boy]] and all the rest. Not by his own hand, no. He is too fat and craven to do his own killing. But by his word. Do you deny it?<br>'''Wyman''': I confess ... I confess that I know little of this poor boy. Lord [[Ramsay Snow|Ramsay's]] squire, was he not? How old was the lad?<br>'''Hosteen''': Nine, on his last [[nameday]].<br>'''Wyman''': So young. Though mayhaps this was a blessing. Had he lived he would have grown up to be a [[House Frey|Frey]].{{ref|aDwD|51}}|[[Hosteen Frey]] and Wyman}}
– Wyman, to [[Davos Seaworth]]
 
  
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==Quotes==
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{{quote|The great pig Manderly was too craven to leave [[White Harbor]], or we would have brought him as well.{{ref|ACOK|66}}|[[Ramsay Snow]] after displaying the bodies of [[Rodrik Cassel]], [[Leobald Tallhart]], and [[Cley Cerwyn]]}}
  
{{Quote|Though mayhaps this was a blessing. Had he lived he would have grown up to be a [[House Frey|Frey]].{{ref|aDwD|51}}}}
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{{quote|If [[Mountain's skull|one head]] was enough to appease a [[Doran Martell|prince of Dorne]], a bag of them should be more than adequate for a fat [[north]]man wrapped in sealskins.{{ref|AFFC|17}}| [[Cersei Lannister]]'s thoughts}}
– Wyman, on [[Walder Frey (son of Merrett)|Little Walder Frey]]
 
  
==Quotes==
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{{quote|The fat man would like to kill us all, I do not doubt, but he does not have the belly for it, for all his girth. Under that sweaty flesh beats a heart as craven and cringing as ... well ... yours.{{ref|ADWD|37}}|[[Barbrey Dustin]], to [[Theon Greyjoy]]}}
{{quote|The great pig Manderly was too craven to leave [[White Harbor]], or we would have brought him as well.{{ref|ACOK|65}}}} – [[Ramsay Snow]] after displaying the bodies of [[Rodrik Cassel]], [[Leobald Tallhart]], and [[Cley Cerwyn]]
 
  
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{{quote|'''Aenys''': We must look at Manderly. Lord Wyman loves us not.<br>'''Roger''': He loves his steaks and chops and meat pies, though. Prowling [[Winterfell|the castle]] by dark would require him to leave the table. The only time he does that is when he seeks the privy for one of his hourlong squats.{{ref|ADWD|46}}|[[Aenys Frey]] and [[Roger Ryswell]]}}
  
{{quote|If [[Gregor Clegane|one head]] was enough to appease a [[Doran Martell|prince of Dorne]], a bag of them should be more than adequate for a fat northman wrapped in sealskins.{{ref|AFFC|17}}}} – [[Cersei Lannister]]'s thoughts
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{{quote|'''Stannis''': Wyman Manderly. Lord Too-Fat-to-Sit-a-Horse. Too fat to come to me, yet he comes to [[Winterfell]]. Too fat to bend the knee and swear me his sword, yet now he wields that sword for [[Roose Bolton|Bolton]]. I sent my [[Davos Seaworth|Onion Lord]] to treat with him, and Lord Too-Fat butchered him and mounted his head and hands on the walls of [[White Harbor]] for the [[House Frey|Frey]] to gloat over. And the Freys ... has the [[Red Wedding]] been forgotten?<br>'''Theon''': The [[north]] remembers. The Red Wedding, [[Donella Hornwood|Lady Hornwood's]] fingers, the [[sack of Winterfell]], [[taking of Deepwood Motte|Deepwood Motte]] and [[fall of Torrhen's Square|Torrhen's Square]], they remember all of it.<ref name=TheonI/>|[[Stannis Baratheon]] and [[Theon Greyjoy]]}}
  
 
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House Manderly.svg
Wyman Manderly
House Manderly.svg
Wyman Manderly by cabepfir.jpg
Depiction by cabepfir

Alias Lord Lamprey[1]
Lord Too-Fat-to-Sit-a-Horse[2]
Lord Pig[3]
Lord Lard[4]
Title Lord of White Harbor
Warden of the White Knife
Shield of the Faith
Defender of the Dispossessed
Lord Marshal of the Mander
Knight of the Order of the Green Hand
Allegiance House Manderly
Culture Northmen
Born In or between 239 AC and 242 AC[5], at White Harbor[6]
Issue Wylis Manderly
Wendel Manderly
Book(s) A Game of Thrones (mentioned)
A Clash of Kings (appears)
A Storm of Swords (mentioned)
A Feast for Crows (mentioned)
A Dance with Dragons (appears)
The Winds of Winter (mentioned)

Played by Sean Blowers
TV series Season 6

Wyman Manderly is the head of House Manderly. He has two sons, Wylis and Wendel, and has been a widower for eight years. His titles include Lord of White Harbor, Warden of the White Knife, Shield of the Faith, Defender of the Dispossessed, Lord Marshal of the Mander, and Knight of the Order of the Green Hand.[7] In the television adaptation Game of Thrones, he is portrayed by Sean Blowers.

Appearance and Character

Wyman is so fat he can no longer ride a horse and must be carried in a litter, leading to the nickname Lord Too-Fat-to-Sit-a-Horse.[1][2] He is nearly sixty years old, with a massive belly and fingers the size of sausages.[8]

Wyman is amiable and has a loud, booming laugh. He is mocked by his own people as Lord Lamprey.[1] By his own admission, and because of his physical appearance, Wyman is seen by many as craven and foolish, however, this is a clever front; he is shrewd, calculating and intelligent. He is also staunchly loyal to House Stark.[9] A prodigious eater, Wyman enjoys boiled eggs,[4] capons,[1] eels,[8] lampreys,[10] pork pies,[11] porridge,[12] and sausages.[4]

Wyman wears rich clothing, including a velvet blue-green doublet embroidered with golden thread. A golden trident pins his mantle to his shoulder.[9]

History

Wyman loved to ride horses as a boy and he won some small acclaim in the lists when he was a young man. However, he has grown too big to ride.[9]

Wyman participated in the Battle of the Trident during Robert's Rebellion. He granted the Wolf's Den to Ser Bartimus after the latter saved Wyman's life in the battle.[9]

Lord Manderly has been a widower since about 291 AC.[1]

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

While in King's Landing, Lord Eddard Stark asks his wife, Lady Catelyn Stark, to instruct Lord Wyman to strengthen the defenses of White Harbor and keep them well garrisoned.[13] Wyman meets Catelyn when she comes ashore at White Harbor after her return from the Eyrie. He stays to command the defense of the city when Robb Stark calls his banners. He sends his two sons, Ser Wylis and Ser Wendel, in his absence.[8]

A Clash of Kings

Wyman Manderly by The Mico

Wyman comes to Winterfell to partake in the harvest feast, bringing a retinue of knights, retainers, and entertainers,[1] as well as twenty casks of seafood.[10] To Bran Stark, Ser Rodrik Cassel, and Maester Luwin, Lord Manderly proposes to mint new coinage for Robb, the new King in the North, and a new war fleet for the north. He also offers himself or Wendel as a possible new husband for the widowed Lady Donella Hornwood.[1] Despite his size, Wyman dances gracefully with Beth Cassel during the feast.[10]

When Ramsay Snow, the Bastard of Bolton, kidnaps and forcibly marries Lady Hornwood, Wyman moves quickly to seize Hornwood and prevent House Bolton from having it.[14]

In response to Theon Greyjoy's capture of Winterfell, Wyman sends a dozen barges packed with knights, warhorses, and siege engines up the White Knife to join Rodrik's army.[15] However, these Stark loyalists are betrayed by Ramsay and the garrison of the Dreadfort in the battle at Winterfell.[16]

A Storm of Swords

While traveling in the wolfswood, the crippled Bran recalls that during the harvest feast Lord Wyman looked at him with less pity than other northern lords. However, Bran does not know if White Harbor is safe from the Boltons, and he decides instead to journey beyond the Wall to find the three-eyed crow.[17]

Wyman's heir, Ser Wylis, is captured by Ser Gregor Clegane in the fighting at the fords of the Trident.[18] His second son, Ser Wendel, is killed by crossbowmen at the Twins when King Robb is betrayed by House Frey in the Red Wedding.[19]

A Feast for Crows

King Tommen I Baratheon's small council learns that Wyman has imprisoned Lord Davos Seaworth, an envoy of Stannis Baratheon, and Queen Regent Cersei Lannister orders Lord Manderly to execute the Onion Lord.[20] It is later reported to Cersei that Wyman has had Davos executed. Members of House Frey testify that they have seen his head, confirming Wyman's claim.[21] In return, Cersei orders her brother, Ser Jaime Lannister, to release Wylis from captivity at Harrenhal.[22]

A Dance with Dragons

Stannis Baratheon sends a letter from Castle Black to White Harbor demanding fealty to him as king. Wyman responds with obfuscation, speaking of his age and infirmity. Jon Snow informs Stannis that Val would refuse to marry Wyman.[2]

Robett Glover comes to White Harbor to try raising men, but it is believed that Lord Manderly is refusing his pleas. Supported by the Iron Throne, Rhaegar, Symond, and Jared arrive in White Harbor on Lionstar as envoys and to return the bones of Ser Wendel Manderly.[23] In return for the freedom of his surviving son, Ser Wylis Manderly, for whom he has to pay a ransom of three thousand dragons, and peace with the Iron Throne, Wyman agrees to marry a daughter of Lord Walder Frey and to marry his granddaughters Wynafryd and Wylla to Rhaegar and Little Walder Frey, respectively. Wyman also agrees to relinquish his claim to Hornwood.[7]

Lord Davos Seaworth arrives to treat with Wyman on behalf of Stannis and is brought before the Merman's Court. A large audience is present, with the three Freys and Wylis's family in attendance. A pallid Wyman listens to Jared claim that Wendel sacrificed his life to save Lord Walder Frey from Robb Stark, who had turned into a wolf. When Rhaegar insults Robb, claiming he was a vile dog who died like one, and that Tommen I Baratheon is the rightful king, Wyman agrees with him. Wylla speaks in favor of Davos, saying they should join Stannis for vengeance and that she will not marry a Frey, but Lord Wyman threatens to send her to the silent sisters. After Wyman hears Davos's plea to join Stannis's cause, he orders his cousin, Ser Marlon Manderly, to have Davos executed.[7]

Instead of executing Davos, Wyman sends Davos to comfortable captivity in the Wolf's Den, a prison in White Harbor, and a criminal who resembles Davos is killed instead. The unnamed man's head and hands are removed and dipped in tar, and his fingers are shortened by Ser Bartimus so that the publicly-displayed remains look like Davos's. Once the Freys inform Cersei's small council that Lord Manderly ordered the execution of the Onion Lord, the Iron Throne returns Wylis from captivity at Maidenpool.[9]

During the celebration feast welcoming Wylis home to White Harbor, Wyman meets secretly in the New Castle with Davos and Robett. He apologizes for the way in which Davos has been treated, tells him he agrees with Wylla about the debt White Harbor owes the Starks, and explains he is acting cowardly to deceive the Lannisters and Freys. Wyman has been building warships at White Harbor and hiding them up the White Knife.[9] He claims there are spies around him, not trusting Maester Theomore, who was born a Lannister of Lannisport. Wyman learned from Wex Pyke, a survivor of the sack of Winterfell, that Ramsay Bolton was responsible for the massacre. Wyman promises Davos he will swear allegiance to Stannis if Rickon Stark is retrieved from Skagos.[9]

Wyman with his three pies, by Jake Murray © Fantasy Flight Games

Wyman leaves White Harbor to attend the wedding of Ramsay to "Arya Stark" with an armed escort. Before doing so, he gives his three Frey guests a palfrey each; guest gifts are given to guests when they leave their host's protection, meaning they are no longer under the protection of guest right.[3] The Frey envoys disappear while en route to Barrowton.[3] Wyman claims the Freys rode ahead of him, being that he cannot ride a horse and instead travels slowly by barge and litter. Wyman is distraught and the leaders of the Frey contingent, Ser Hosteen and Ser Aenys, sons of Lord Walder Frey, are distressed at their kinsmen's disappearance.[3] Big Walder Frey thinks the envoys were killed by Wyman.[3]

Lord Roose Bolton, the new Warden of the North, moves his son Ramsay's wedding from Barrowton to Winterfell.[3] Wyman brings a huge supply of food but no hostages, which unsettles Roose.[3] Wyman provides food and drink for the wedding feast, during which the jolly lord calls for Abel to sing "The Night That Ended" and about Danny Flint. He serves three huge pies himself, the first portions to Roose and Walda Bolton and the next to Hosteen and Aenys, and Lord Manderly eats two slice from each pie himself.[11] Roose does not eat or drink anything unless he sees Wyman taste it first. While being helped from the hall, a drunken Wyman tells Abel to sing of the Rat Cook.[11]

Among the snowmen that squires build along the battlements of Winterfell, one resembling Wyman is the fattest snowman Theon Greyjoy has ever seen. Lady Barbrey Dustin does not believe that Roose would allow Lord Manderly to survive the upcoming battle with Stannis.[12]

When tensions arise from the blizzard, Aenys and Hosteen accuse Lord Manderly of being responsible for the disappearance of their kin, but Wyman pleads ignorance.[24] Aenys suspects the Manderlys are to blame after several men-at-arms in the castle are murdered, but Barbrey and Ser Roger Ryswell are skeptical.[24] When Little Walder Frey is murdered, Hosteen accuses Wyman, who denies the charge yet at the same time insults House Frey, which causes an enraged Hosteen to attack Wyman. Lord Manderly's throat is nearly slit open but his knights intervene, and Wyman's wounds are treated by Maester Medrick. Roose orders Wyman to have his men march on Stannis from Winterfell's east gate.[4]

The Winds of Winter

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Having escaped from Winterfell and been brought to the crofters' village, Theon Greyjoy tells Stannis Baratheon that Roose Bolton has sent the Freys and Manderlys to confront him. Stannis is angered at Wyman's support of the Boltons, but Theon does not believe Wyman would coordinate with the Freys against Stannis.[25]

Quotes by Wyman

If I had thought to see war again in my lifetime, I should have eaten a few less eels.[8]

—Wyman, to Catelyn Stark

Why, no prince is ever late. "Those who arrive before him have come early, that's all.[1]

—Wyman, to Bran Stark

King Robb has no more loyal servant than Wyman Manderly.[1]

—Wyman, to Rodrik Cassel

When treating with liars, even an honest man must lie.[9]

—Wyman, to Davos Seaworth

I am fat, and many think that makes me weak and foolish.[9]

—Wyman, to Davos Seaworth

My son Wendel came to the Twins a guest. He ate Lord Walder's bread and salt, and hung his sword upon the wall to feast with friends. And they murdered him. Murdered, I say, and may the Freys choke upon their fables. I drink with Jared, jape with Symond, promise Rhaegar the hand of my own beloved granddaughter ... but never think that means I have forgotten. The north remembers, Lord Davos. The north remembers, and the mummer's farce is almost done. My son is home.[9]

—Wyman, to Davos Seaworth

The wolf will prove the boy is who we say he is, should the Dreadfort attempt to deny him. That is my price, Lord Davos. Smuggle me back my liege lord, and I will take Stannis Baratheon as my king.[9]

—Wyman, to Davos Seaworth

The best pie you have ever tasted, my lords. Wash it down with Arbor gold and savor every bite. I know I shall.[11]

Hosteen: We know the man who did this. Killed this boy and all the rest. Not by his own hand, no. He is too fat and craven to do his own killing. But by his word. Do you deny it?
Wyman: I confess ... I confess that I know little of this poor boy. Lord Ramsay's squire, was he not? How old was the lad?
Hosteen: Nine, on his last nameday.
Wyman: So young. Though mayhaps this was a blessing. Had he lived he would have grown up to be a Frey.[4]

Hosteen Frey and Wyman

Quotes

The great pig Manderly was too craven to leave White Harbor, or we would have brought him as well.[26]

Ramsay Snow after displaying the bodies of Rodrik Cassel, Leobald Tallhart, and Cley Cerwyn

If one head was enough to appease a prince of Dorne, a bag of them should be more than adequate for a fat northman wrapped in sealskins.[20]

Cersei Lannister's thoughts

The fat man would like to kill us all, I do not doubt, but he does not have the belly for it, for all his girth. Under that sweaty flesh beats a heart as craven and cringing as ... well ... yours.[11]

Aenys: We must look at Manderly. Lord Wyman loves us not.
Roger: He loves his steaks and chops and meat pies, though. Prowling the castle by dark would require him to leave the table. The only time he does that is when he seeks the privy for one of his hourlong squats.[24]

Stannis: Wyman Manderly. Lord Too-Fat-to-Sit-a-Horse. Too fat to come to me, yet he comes to Winterfell. Too fat to bend the knee and swear me his sword, yet now he wields that sword for Bolton. I sent my Onion Lord to treat with him, and Lord Too-Fat butchered him and mounted his head and hands on the walls of White Harbor for the Frey to gloat over. And the Freys ... has the Red Wedding been forgotten?
Theon: The north remembers. The Red Wedding, Lady Hornwood's fingers, the sack of Winterfell, Deepwood Motte and Torrhen's Square, they remember all of it.[25]

Family

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Halys
Hornwood
 
Donella
 
Ramsay
Snow
 
Marlon
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wylis
 
Leona
Woolfield
 
Wendel
 
 
Daryn
Hornwood
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wynafryd
 
Wylla
 


See also

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