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The '''Fever River''' is a river in [[the Neck]]. [[Moat Cailin]] lies near its headwaters. The mouth of the river opens to the [[Saltspear]].<ref>[[A Clash of Kings]], [[A Clash of Kings-Chapter 24|Chapter 24]], Theon</ref>
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The '''Fever River''' is a river in the [[Neck]] in the south of the [[north]]. [[Moat Cailin]] lies less than twenty miles from its headwaters. The mouth of the river opens to the [[Saltspear]].{{ref|ACOK|24}}
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==History==
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There were reports that [[Rhaena Targaryen (daughter of Aenys I)|Rhaena Targaryen]] and her dragon, [[Dreamfyre]], were seen as far north as the [[barrowlands]] and the Fever River during her search for the missing [[Aerea Targaryen]].{{ref|FAB|Jaehaerys and Alysanne - Their Triumphs and Tragedies}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
===A Clash of Kings===
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===''A Clash of Kings''===
[[Victarion Greyjoy]] was sent to sail up the Fever River and take Moat Cailin, which lies nearby.
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[[Victarion Greyjoy]] sails the [[Iron Fleet]] up the Fever River and [[fall of Moat Cailin|takes Moat Cailin]], which lies nearby.{{ref|ACOK|24}}{{ref|ACOK|66}}
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===''A Feast for Crows''===
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Victarion sails from the Fever River, where the Iron Fleet had beached itself while holding Moat Cailin, to the [[kingsmoot]] on [[Old Wyk]].{{ref|AFFC|18}}
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===''A Dance with Dragons''===
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The [[House Ryswell|Ryswells]] and [[House Dustin|Dustins]] surprise the remaining [[ironmen]] on the Fever River and manage to burn their ten longships.{{Ref|aDwD|15}}
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==Behind the Scenes==
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The Fever River is a reference by [[George R. R. Martin]] to his novel ''[[:w:Fevre Dream|Fevre Dream]]'', which is set on the Mississippi River.<ref>[[Not A Blog]]: [http://grrm.livejournal.com/507774.html?thread=25314430#t25314430 Black Friday Books], November 25, 2016</ref>
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==References==
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{{References}}
  
==References and Sources==
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{{Region North}}
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[[Category:The Neck]]
 
[[Category:Places in the North]]
 
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[[es:Río de la Fiebre]]
 
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Latest revision as of 13:57, 15 March 2019

The north and the location of the Fever River
The north and the location of the Fever River
Fever River
The north and the location of the Fever River

The Fever River is a river in the Neck in the south of the north. Moat Cailin lies less than twenty miles from its headwaters. The mouth of the river opens to the Saltspear.[1]

History

There were reports that Rhaena Targaryen and her dragon, Dreamfyre, were seen as far north as the barrowlands and the Fever River during her search for the missing Aerea Targaryen.[2]

Recent Events

A Clash of Kings

Victarion Greyjoy sails the Iron Fleet up the Fever River and takes Moat Cailin, which lies nearby.[1][3]

A Feast for Crows

Victarion sails from the Fever River, where the Iron Fleet had beached itself while holding Moat Cailin, to the kingsmoot on Old Wyk.[4]

A Dance with Dragons

The Ryswells and Dustins surprise the remaining ironmen on the Fever River and manage to burn their ten longships.[5]

Behind the Scenes

The Fever River is a reference by George R. R. Martin to his novel Fevre Dream, which is set on the Mississippi River.[6]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 A Clash of Kings, Chapter 24, Theon II.
  2. Fire & Blood, Jaehaerys and Alysanne - Their Triumphs and Tragedies.
  3. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 66, Theon VI.
  4. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 18, The Iron Captain.
  5. A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 15, Davos II.
  6. Not A Blog: Black Friday Books, November 25, 2016