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| House_name  = House Caron of Nightsong
 
| House_name  = House Caron of Nightsong
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| Coat_of_arms= A field of black nightingales on yellow<br>(''Or, semé of nightingales sable'')
 
| Coat_of_arms= A field of black nightingales on yellow<br>(''Or, semé of nightingales sable'')
 
| Words      = ''No Song so Sweet''
 
| Words      = ''No Song so Sweet''
| Seat        = [[Nightsong]]
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| Seat        = [[Nightsong]] (stripped)
 
| Current_Lord= [[Rolland Storm]]
 
| Current_Lord= [[Rolland Storm]]
| Region      = [[the Stormlands]]
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| Region      = [[Dornish Marches]], in the [[stormlands]]
| Title      = Lord of the [[Dornish Marches|Marches]]<br>Lord of [[Nightsong]]
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| Title      = [[Lord of Nightsong]]{{Ref|ADWD|Appendix}}<br>[[Lord of the Marches]]{{Ref|ACOK|Appendix}}<br>[[Marshal of the Marches]]{{Ref|FAB|Under the Regents - The Hooded Hand}}
 
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| Overlord    = [[House Baratheon of Dragonstone]]
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| Overlord    = [[House Baratheon|House Baratheon of Storm's End]] (AGOT)<br>[[House Baratheon of Dragonstone]] (ADWD)
 
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'''House Caron of Nightsong''' is one of the principal noble houses in the [[Stormlands]], sworn to [[Storm's End]]{{ref|agot|Appendix}}. They rule from [[Nightsong]] and hold the title "Lord of the Marches",{{Ref|AGOT|29}} although they do not hold dominion over other [[marcher lords]] in the [[Dornish Marches]].{{ref|TWOIAF| The Men of the Stormlands}}
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'''House Caron of Nightsong''' is one of the principal noble houses in the [[stormlands]], sworn to [[Storm's End]].{{Ref|AGOT|Appendix}} They rule from [[Nightsong]] and hold the title [[Lord of the Marches]],{{Ref|AGOT|29}} although they do not hold dominion over other [[marcher lords]] in the [[Dornish Marches]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Stormlands: The Men of the Stormlands}}
  
Their blazon is a field of black nightingales on yellow.{{Ref|ACOK|22}}<ref>The Citadel. Heraldry: [http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/Heraldry/Houses/8/ Houses from the Stormlands]</ref> Their words do not appear in the books, but according to semi-canon correspondence it is «No Song so Sweet».<ref>The Citadel. [http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/Heraldry/Mottoes/ House Mottoes]</ref>
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Their blazon is a field of black nightingales on yellow.{{Ref|ACOK|22}}<ref>The Citadel. Heraldry: [http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/Heraldry/Houses/8/ Houses from the Stormlands]</ref> Their words do not appear in the books, but according to semi-canon correspondence it is ''No Song so Sweet''.<ref>The Citadel. [http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/Heraldry/Mottoes/ House Mottoes]</ref>
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
The Carons date back to the [[Age of Heroes]], and they are a family known for creating warriors and singers. They claim their nightingale sigil has been in 1,000 battles.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Men of the Stormlands}} Maester [[Yandel]] states Nightsong has been sworn to [[Storm's End]] since time immemorial, but also that the [[Kingdom of the Reach]] once included western marches from [[Horn Hill]] to Nightsong.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Reach}} The Carons and [[House Swann|Swanns]] both claim to be the oldest of the marcher lords.{{ref|TWOIAF| The Men of the Stormlands}}
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The Carons date back to the [[Age of Heroes]], and they are a family known for creating warriors and singers. They claim their nightingale sigil has been in a thousand battles.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Stormlands: The Men of the Stormlands}} Maester [[Yandel]] states [[Nightsong]] has been sworn to [[Storm's End]] since time immemorial, but also that the [[Kingdom of the Reach]] once included western marches from [[Horn Hill]] to Nightsong.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Reach}} The Carons and [[House Swann|Swanns]] both claim to be the oldest of the [[marcher lords]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Stormlands: The Men of the Stormlands}}
  
Ser [[Arlan of Pennytree|Arlan]] and [[Dunk]] served Lord Caron and Lord [[House Dondarrion|Dondarrion]] when they fought the [[Vulture King]] in the [[Red Mountains]]. Lord [[Pearse Caron]] was one of the outstanding participants in the [[tourney at Ashford Meadow]]. He was a harper, singer and knight of renown, and had his personal arms emblazoned with a silver harp. Pearse chose [[Leo Tyrell (Longthorn)|Leo Tyrell]] as his opponent at Ashford. The match was even, and Pearse managed to shatter Leo's shield, but in the end he yielded. Lord Caron ignored Dunk when he was asked for help in the [[trial of seven]].
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During the [[First Dornish War]], Lord [[House Fowler|Fowler]] burned Nightsong and took Lord Caron and his family captive.{{Ref|FAB|Reign of the Dragon - The Wars of King Aegon I}}
  
In {{Date|287}}, [[Brienne of Tarth]] was promised to the younger son of Lord [[Bryen Caron]], a shy boy with a mole above his lip, but two years later a chill caused his death, also taking the lives of Lord Caron, his wife and their daughters. This left young [[Bryce Caron]] as Lord of the Marches.
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The [[Vulture King (Aenys I)|first Vulture King]] besieged Nightsong with a host of [[Dornishmen]], but was unable to capture the castle. The rebel was eventually defeated in the [[Vulture Hunt]] by Lady [[Ellyn Caron]], Lord [[Harmon Dondarrion]], and Lord [[Samwell Tarly (lord)|Samwell Tarly]].{{Ref|FAB|The Sons of the Dragon}}
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Lord [[Morton Caron]] attended the [[Golden Wedding]] in {{Date|49}} and considered King [[Jaehaerys I Targaryen]] to be cautious and shrewed.{{Ref|FAB|The Year of the Three Brides - 49 AC}}
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After the [[Dance of the Dragons]], Lord [[Royce Caron]] was chosen as one of [[regency of Aegon III|the regents]] of King [[Aegon III Targaryen]], but he resigned a year later.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aegon III}}
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Ser [[Arlan of Pennytree|Arlan]] and [[Duncan the Tall]] served Lord Caron and Lord [[House Dondarrion|Dondarrion]] when they fought another [[Vulture King (Daeron II)|Vulture King]] in the [[Red Mountains]]. Lord [[Pearse Caron]] was one of the outstanding participants in the [[tourney at Ashford Meadow]]. He was a harper, singer and knight of renown, and had his personal arms emblazoned with a silver harp. Pearse chose Lord [[Leo Tyrell (Longthorn)|Leo Tyrell]] as his opponent at Ashford. The match was even, and Pearse managed to shatter Leo's shield, but in the end he yielded. Lord Caron ignored Duncan when he was asked for help in the [[trial of seven]].{{Ref|THK}}
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In {{Date|287}}, [[Brienne of Tarth]] was promised to the younger son of Lord [[Bryen Caron]], a shy boy with a mole above his lip, but two years later a chill caused his death, also taking the lives of Lord Caron, his wife and their daughters.{{Ref|AFFC|14}} This left young [[Bryce Caron]] as [[Lord of the Marches]].
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
 
===''A Game of Thrones''===
 
===''A Game of Thrones''===
Lord [[Bryce Caron]]'s shield with its field of nightingales is seen displayed outside his tent during [[the Hand's tourney]]. He is one of the outstanding knights at the tourney, but he is defeated by Ser [[Jaime Lannister]].
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Lord [[Bryce Caron]]'s shield with its field of nightingales is seen displayed outside his tent during the [[Hand's tourney]]. He is one of the outstanding knights at the tourney, but he is defeated by Ser [[Jaime Lannister]].{{Ref|AGOT|29}}
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After King [[Joffrey Baratheon|Joffrey I Baratheon]] assumes the [[Iron Throne]], he orders that Bryce swear fealty.{{Ref|AGOT|57}}
  
 
===''A Clash of Kings''===
 
===''A Clash of Kings''===
Along with most other storm lords, Lord Bryce declares for [[Renly Baratheon]] at the outset of the [[War of the Five Kings]], and is named to the [[Rainbow Guard]], being known as Bryce the Orange afterwards. Lord Caron's nightingales are seen by [[Catelyn Tully]] in Renly's camp. During the feast he goads Ser [[Robar Royce|Robar the Red]] into juggling daggers. After the failed parley between the Baratheon brothers at Storm's End, Lord Bryce is given command of the left in the [[Siege of Storm's End (299)|coming battle]]. Bryce turns to [[Stannis Baratheon]] after Renly's death, however. He accompanies Stannis to the parley with Ser [[Cortnay Penrose]], where he offers to fight Cortnay in single combat and is rebuffed.
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Along with most other storm lords, Lord Bryce declares for [[Renly Baratheon]] at the outset of the [[War of the Five Kings]], and he is named to the [[Rainbow Guard]], being known as Bryce the Orange afterwards. Lord Caron's nightingales are seen by [[Catelyn Stark]] in Renly's camp at [[Bitterbridge]]. During the feast he goads Ser [[Robar Royce|Robar the Red]] into juggling daggers.{{Ref|ACOK|22}}
  
Bryce fights in the [[Battle of the Blackwater]], in which he is slain in single combat by a one-eyed knight, Ser [[Philip Foote]]. The late Lord [[Bryen Caron]]'s bastard, Ser [[Rolland Storm]], commands the rearguard that allows Stannis to reach the galleys and flee from the Blackwater.  King [[Joffrey Baratheon]] renders the house’s keep, lands, titles, and incomes forfeit and given to Ser Philip as the first [[House Foote of Nightsong|Lord Foote]].{{Ref|ACOK|65}} Rolland still claims [[Nightsong]] as a pretender, however.{{ref|ADWD|Appendix}}
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After the failed parley between Renly and his brother [[Stannis Baratheon|Stannis]] at [[Storm's End]], Bryce is given command of the left in the [[Siege of Storm's End (299)|coming battle]].{{Ref|ACOK|31}} Bryce turns to Stannis after Renly's death, however. He accompanies Stannis to the parley with Ser [[Cortnay Penrose]], where he offers to fight Cortnay in single combat but is rebuffed.{{Ref|ACOK|42}} Bryce advises Stannis against having [[Melisandre]] present for his upcoming attack on [[King's Landing]].{{Ref|ACOK|58}}
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During the [[Battle of the Blackwater]], Bryce is slain in single combat by a one-eyed knight, Ser [[Philip Foote]]. Joffrey grants the Carons' lands, rights, and incomes to Philip, forming [[House Foote of Nightsong]].{{Ref|ACOK|65}}  
  
 
===''A Storm of Swords''===
 
===''A Storm of Swords''===
Rolland, the Bastard of Nightsong, is regarded by Stannis as one of the few good men that remain to him after his defeat at the Blackwater. Rolland helps [[Davos Seaworth]] to smuggle [[Edric Storm]] out of [[Dragonstone]]. He is trusted by Davos because of his fierce faith in [[Warrior (the Seven)|the Warrior]].
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Bryce's half-brother [[Rolland Storm]], the Bastard of [[Nightsong]], is regarded by Stannis as one of the few good men that remain to him.{{Ref|ASOS|36}} Rolland had commanded the rearguard that allows Stannis to reach the galleys and flee from the Blackwater.{{Ref|ASOS|54}} Rolland helps Lord [[Davos Seaworth]] smuggle [[Edric Storm]] out of [[Dragonstone]]. He is trusted by Davos because of his fierce faith in [[Warrior (the Seven)|the Warrior]] instead of [[R'hllor]].{{Ref|ASOS|54}} Rolland is named [[castellan]] of Dragonstone by Stannis before going the king sails north to the [[Wall]].{{Ref|ASOS|78}}
  
The arms of House Caron are spotted by [[Jon Snow]] during the [[Battle of Castle Black|attack by Stannis]] on the [[wildling]] camp north of the [[Wall]]. Ser Rolland was named [[castellan]] of Dragonstone by Stannis before going north to the Wall.
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The arms of House Caron are spotted by [[Jon Snow]] during the [[battle beneath the Wall]] between Stannis's knights and the [[free folk]] of [[Mance Rayder]].{{Ref|ASOS|73}} After the battle, Stannis sends word for Rolland to have [[obsidian]] mined at Dragonstone.{{Ref|ASOS|78}}
  
[[Mylenda Caron]] becomes a widow when [[Catelyn Tully|Lady Stoneheart]] and [[brotherhood without banners|her outlaws]] hang [[Petyr Frey]].
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[[Mylenda Caron]] becomes a widow when [[Catelyn Stark|Lady Stoneheart]] and the [[brotherhood without banners]] hang [[Petyr Frey]].{{Ref|ASOS|Epilogue}}
  
 
===''A Feast for Crows''===
 
===''A Feast for Crows''===
Rolland continues to serve Stannis's cause by holding [[Dragonstone]]. His fate after the [[Siege of Dragonstone|fall of Dragonstone]] is unknown.{{ref|AFFC|36}}
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Rolland continues to serve Stannis's cause by holding [[Dragonstone]]. His fate after the [[Siege of Dragonstone|fall of Dragonstone]] is unknown.{{Ref|AFFC|36}}
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===''A Dance with Dragons''===
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Rolland is the pretender Lord of Nightsong.{{Ref|ADWD|Appendix}}
  
 
==House Caron at the end of the third century==
 
==House Caron at the end of the third century==
 
The known Carons during the timespan of the events described in ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' are:
 
The known Carons during the timespan of the events described in ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' are:
  
* Lord {[[Bryen Caron]]}, the late Lord of the Marches.
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* Lord {[[Bryen Caron]]}, the late [[Lord of the Marches]].{{Ref|ASOS|Appendix}}{{Ref|AFFC|14}}
** Lord {[[Bryce Caron]]}, Lord of the Marches. Slain during the [[Battle of the Blackwater]].
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** His unnamed wife, second son and daughters, died of a chill in {{Date|289}}.{{Ref|AFFC|14}}
** Ser [[Rolland Storm]], his bastard brother. Called the Bastard of Nightsong.
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** Lord {[[Bryce Caron]]}, Bryen's first son. Slain during the [[Battle of the Blackwater]].{{Ref|ACOK|Appendix}}
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** Ser [[Rolland Storm]], Bryen's bastard son. Called the Bastard of Nightsong.{{Ref|ACOK|Appendix}}
  
 
With unspecified familiar relationship with the lord of the house there is also:
 
With unspecified familiar relationship with the lord of the house there is also:
* [[Mylenda Caron]], the wife of [[Petyr Frey]].
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* [[Mylenda Caron]], the wife of [[Petyr Frey]] and mother of [[Perra Frey]].{{Ref|ACOK|Appendix}}
  
 
==Historical Members==
 
==Historical Members==
* Lord [[Royce Caron]], Lord of the Marches, Lord of Nightsong and one of the original members of the council of seven that ruled as regents during the childhood of King [[Aegon III Targaryen]].{{ref|twoiaf| Aegon III}}
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* Lord Caron ruling in {{Date|10}}, a captive of Lord [[House Fowler|Fowler]] during the [[First Dornish War]].{{Ref|FAB|Reign of the Dragon - The Wars of King Aegon I}}
* Lord [[Pearse Caron]] was a renowned musician and knight during the reign of [[Daeron II Targaryen]].{{ref|thk}}
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** His wife and children, also captive of the [[Dorne|dornishmen]] during the [[First Dornish War]].{{Ref|FAB|Reign of the Dragon - The Wars of King Aegon I}}
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* Lady [[Ellyn Caron]] lived during the reign of [[Aenys I Targaryen]]. She withstood the siege of the [[Vulture King]] and joined [[Harmon Dondarrion]] against him.{{Ref|FAB|The Sons of the Dragon}}
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* Lord [[Morton Caron]], who attended the [[Golden Wedding]].{{Ref|FAB|The Year of the Three Brides - 49 AC}}
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* Lord [[Royce Caron]], Lord of the Marches, Lord of Nightsong and one of the original members of the council of seven that ruled as regents during the childhood of King [[Aegon III Targaryen]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aegon III}}
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** [[Elenda Baratheon|Elenda Caron]], his daughter, who married Lord [[Borros Baratheon]].{{Ref|FAB|Under the Regents - The Hooded Hand}}
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* Lord Caron, who along with Lord [[House Dondarrion|Dondarrion]] burned the [[Vulture King (Daeron II)|Vulture King]] out of the [[Red Mountains]].{{Ref|THK}}
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* Lord [[Pearse Caron]] was a renowned musician and knight during the reign of [[Daeron II Targaryen]].{{Ref|THK}}
  
==References and Notes==
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Latest revision as of 17:29, 20 November 2019

House Caron of Nightsong
House Caron.svg
Coat of arms A field of black nightingales on yellow
(Or, semé of nightingales sable)
Words No Song so Sweet
Seat Nightsong (stripped)
Lord Rolland Storm
Region Dornish Marches, in the stormlands
Title Lord of Nightsong[1]
Lord of the Marches[2]
Marshal of the Marches[3]
Overlord House Baratheon of Storm's End (AGOT)
House Baratheon of Dragonstone (ADWD)

House Caron of Nightsong is one of the principal noble houses in the stormlands, sworn to Storm's End.[4] They rule from Nightsong and hold the title Lord of the Marches,[5] although they do not hold dominion over other marcher lords in the Dornish Marches.[6]

Their blazon is a field of black nightingales on yellow.[7][8] Their words do not appear in the books, but according to semi-canon correspondence it is No Song so Sweet.[9]

History

The Carons date back to the Age of Heroes, and they are a family known for creating warriors and singers. They claim their nightingale sigil has been in a thousand battles.[6] Maester Yandel states Nightsong has been sworn to Storm's End since time immemorial, but also that the Kingdom of the Reach once included western marches from Horn Hill to Nightsong.[10] The Carons and Swanns both claim to be the oldest of the marcher lords.[6]

During the First Dornish War, Lord Fowler burned Nightsong and took Lord Caron and his family captive.[11]

The first Vulture King besieged Nightsong with a host of Dornishmen, but was unable to capture the castle. The rebel was eventually defeated in the Vulture Hunt by Lady Ellyn Caron, Lord Harmon Dondarrion, and Lord Samwell Tarly.[12]

Lord Morton Caron attended the Golden Wedding in 49 AC and considered King Jaehaerys I Targaryen to be cautious and shrewed.[13]

After the Dance of the Dragons, Lord Royce Caron was chosen as one of the regents of King Aegon III Targaryen, but he resigned a year later.[14]

Ser Arlan and Duncan the Tall served Lord Caron and Lord Dondarrion when they fought another Vulture King in the Red Mountains. Lord Pearse Caron was one of the outstanding participants in the tourney at Ashford Meadow. He was a harper, singer and knight of renown, and had his personal arms emblazoned with a silver harp. Pearse chose Lord Leo Tyrell as his opponent at Ashford. The match was even, and Pearse managed to shatter Leo's shield, but in the end he yielded. Lord Caron ignored Duncan when he was asked for help in the trial of seven.[15]

In 287 AC, Brienne of Tarth was promised to the younger son of Lord Bryen Caron, a shy boy with a mole above his lip, but two years later a chill caused his death, also taking the lives of Lord Caron, his wife and their daughters.[16] This left young Bryce Caron as Lord of the Marches.

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

Lord Bryce Caron's shield with its field of nightingales is seen displayed outside his tent during the Hand's tourney. He is one of the outstanding knights at the tourney, but he is defeated by Ser Jaime Lannister.[5]

After King Joffrey I Baratheon assumes the Iron Throne, he orders that Bryce swear fealty.[17]

A Clash of Kings

Along with most other storm lords, Lord Bryce declares for Renly Baratheon at the outset of the War of the Five Kings, and he is named to the Rainbow Guard, being known as Bryce the Orange afterwards. Lord Caron's nightingales are seen by Catelyn Stark in Renly's camp at Bitterbridge. During the feast he goads Ser Robar the Red into juggling daggers.[7]

After the failed parley between Renly and his brother Stannis at Storm's End, Bryce is given command of the left in the coming battle.[18] Bryce turns to Stannis after Renly's death, however. He accompanies Stannis to the parley with Ser Cortnay Penrose, where he offers to fight Cortnay in single combat but is rebuffed.[19] Bryce advises Stannis against having Melisandre present for his upcoming attack on King's Landing.[20]

During the Battle of the Blackwater, Bryce is slain in single combat by a one-eyed knight, Ser Philip Foote. Joffrey grants the Carons' lands, rights, and incomes to Philip, forming House Foote of Nightsong.[21]

A Storm of Swords

Bryce's half-brother Rolland Storm, the Bastard of Nightsong, is regarded by Stannis as one of the few good men that remain to him.[22] Rolland had commanded the rearguard that allows Stannis to reach the galleys and flee from the Blackwater.[23] Rolland helps Lord Davos Seaworth smuggle Edric Storm out of Dragonstone. He is trusted by Davos because of his fierce faith in the Warrior instead of R'hllor.[23] Rolland is named castellan of Dragonstone by Stannis before going the king sails north to the Wall.[24]

The arms of House Caron are spotted by Jon Snow during the battle beneath the Wall between Stannis's knights and the free folk of Mance Rayder.[25] After the battle, Stannis sends word for Rolland to have obsidian mined at Dragonstone.[24]

Mylenda Caron becomes a widow when Lady Stoneheart and the brotherhood without banners hang Petyr Frey.[26]

A Feast for Crows

Rolland continues to serve Stannis's cause by holding Dragonstone. His fate after the fall of Dragonstone is unknown.[27]

A Dance with Dragons

Rolland is the pretender Lord of Nightsong.[1]

House Caron at the end of the third century

The known Carons during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:

With unspecified familiar relationship with the lord of the house there is also:

Historical Members

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 A Dance with Dragons, Appendix.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 A Clash of Kings, Appendix.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Fire & Blood, Under the Regents - The Hooded Hand.
  4. A Game of Thrones, Appendix.
  5. 5.0 5.1 A Game of Thrones, Chapter 29, Sansa II.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 The World of Ice & Fire, The Stormlands: The Men of the Stormlands.
  7. 7.0 7.1 A Clash of Kings, Chapter 22, Catelyn II.
  8. The Citadel. Heraldry: Houses from the Stormlands
  9. The Citadel. House Mottoes
  10. The World of Ice & Fire, The Reach.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Fire & Blood, Reign of the Dragon - The Wars of King Aegon I.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Fire & Blood, The Sons of the Dragon.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Fire & Blood, The Year of the Three Brides - 49 AC.
  14. 14.0 14.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aegon III.
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 The Hedge Knight.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 14, Brienne III.
  17. A Game of Thrones, Chapter 57, Sansa V.
  18. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 31, Catelyn III.
  19. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 42, Davos II.
  20. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 58, Davos III.
  21. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 65, Sansa VIII.
  22. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 36, Davos IV.
  23. 23.0 23.1 A Storm of Swords, Chapter 54, Davos V.
  24. 24.0 24.1 A Storm of Swords, Chapter 78, Samwell V.
  25. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 73, Jon X.
  26. A Storm of Swords, Epilogue.
  27. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 36, Cersei VIII.
  28. A Storm of Swords, Appendix.