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'''Alyssa's Tears''' is a waterfall in the [[Vale of Arryn]]. It lies on the western side of the [[Giant's Lance]].<ref>[[A Game of Thrones]], [[A Game of Thrones-Chapter 34|Chapter 34]], Catelyn</ref> It receives its name from [[Alyssa Arryn]], an ancient member of [[House Arryn]] who saw her family butchered before her and never shed a tear. No drop of the waterfall reaches the floor of the valley below.<ref>[[A Game of Thrones]], [[A Game of Thrones-Chapter 40|Chapter 40]], Catelyn</ref>
 
'''Alyssa's Tears''' is a waterfall in the [[Vale of Arryn]]. It lies on the western side of the [[Giant's Lance]].<ref>[[A Game of Thrones]], [[A Game of Thrones-Chapter 34|Chapter 34]], Catelyn</ref> It receives its name from [[Alyssa Arryn]], an ancient member of [[House Arryn]] who saw her family butchered before her and never shed a tear. No drop of the waterfall reaches the floor of the valley below.<ref>[[A Game of Thrones]], [[A Game of Thrones-Chapter 40|Chapter 40]], Catelyn</ref>
  
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[[Category:Places in the Vale]]
 
[[Category:Places in the Vale]]
 
[[fr:Larmes d'Alyssa]]
 
[[fr:Larmes d'Alyssa]]

Revision as of 21:31, 31 May 2011

The Vale and the location of Alyssa's Tears
The Vale and the location of Alyssa's Tears
Alyssa's Tears
The Vale and the location of Alyssa's Tears

Alyssa's Tears is a waterfall in the Vale of Arryn. It lies on the western side of the Giant's Lance.[1] It receives its name from Alyssa Arryn, an ancient member of House Arryn who saw her family butchered before her and never shed a tear. No drop of the waterfall reaches the floor of the valley below.[2]

References and Notes