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Revision as of 20:17, 14 September 2019

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Harwood Fell
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Title Lord of Felwood
Allegiance House Fell
Queen's men
Culture Stormlands
Died In 300 AC, at Wolfswood
Book(s) A Feast for Crows (appendix)
A Dance with Dragons (appears)

Harwood Fell is Lord of Felwood and head of House Fell.[1] He is younger than Ser Clayton Suggs.[2]

History

Harwood's grandsire was killed by Robert Baratheon at Summerhall during Robert's Rebellion. Harwood admires Robert for his martial prowess.[3]

Recent Events

A Feast for Crows

In support of Stannis Baratheon, Lord Harwood is among Stannis's lords who sail north to the Wall and ride for Castle Black. He is one of the queen's men, the supporters of Queen Selyse Florent and followers of R'hllor.[1]

A Dance with Dragons

Harwood counts three hundred men of fighting age among the wildlings who pass through the Wall.[2]

He accompanies Stannis on the march on Winterfell.[4] He tries to save three teamsters and four horses that fall through a hidden pond's ice, falling through himself. His knights save him from drowning, but he dies of a fever soon after.[3]

Quotes

Robert would have done it in ten. Robert would have been inside Winterfell a fortnight ago, thumbing his nose at Bolton from the battlements.[3]

—Harwood during the march to Winterfell

References