A Song of Ice and Fire
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The Death of Lyssa Aryn
The Sacking of Gulltown, and the Second Duel at Pyke
The Battle of Two Rivers
The Aftermath of The Battle of Two Rivers
The Treaty of The Twins
Blood for Blood
The Doom of House Stoneshire
The Doom of House Rathais
*House Blackwyre is also a successor house to the defunct House Blackfyre, until Lord Dorian Blackfyre assumes any throne to proper reestablish it
Sworn to House Blackwyre of The God’s Stone:
House Dryftwyre of the Eastern Shore
House Giant’s Blood of The God’s Peak Mountains
House Mormont of Bear Island
House Fearchar of the Charred Shore
House Aergon of Skaggos
House Oldeblood of Wyrewood Keep
House Hearthguard of the Hearthland(technically but no oaths sworn)
Sworn to House Marshal
House Grimm of the Shield Lands
House Roth of Roth’s Lake.
House Ryder of Black Harbor
House Grayson of Durain’s Forrest
House Malaker of Lower East Valley
Knightly Orders with Player Characters
Order Of the Iron Star
Valyrian Steel weapons owned by houses
House Marshal Owns a Double headed Battleaxe named Breathtaker. It is said one should never let it take your breath away twice, for the first time anyone sees its beauty is when you lose your breath first and the second and last time is when you see it coming ever closer on the field of battle. Its beauty has songs song of it in the vale, with the fine engravings on the blade twisting upon itself over and over again there is never a doubt it will steal your breath at least once.
House Malaker Doran Malaker wields a Great shield made of valyrian steel that he acquired in a death match in essos. it is called ‘Dragonscale’. so called because it is shaped as such and near as impossible to get past.
House Blackwyre/Blackfyre Lord Dorian Blackfyre bears the valyrian steel longsword Blackfyre as part of his pushing of a claim on the iron throne by right of his blackfyre lineage and the request of his late squire Aegon VI Targeryan