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Revision as of 12:08, 24 January 2015

House Morrigen of Crow's Nest
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Coat of arms Vert, a flying crow sable
Seat Crow's Nest
Lord Lester Morrigen
Region the Stormlands
Title Lord of Crow's Nest
Heir Ser Richard Morrigen
Overlord House Baratheon

House Morrigen of Crow's Nest is a noble house from Crow's Nest in the Stormlands.

Their arms are a black crow in flight on storm-green.[1][2] Their motto does not appear in the books.

History

Ser Grance Morrigen participated in the Ashford Tourney.

Lord Morrigen had a territorial dispute with Lord Armond Connington.[3]

Recent Events

A Clash of Kings

The Morrigens are among the storm lords that choose to fight for Renly Baratheon during the War of the Five Kings. Ser Guyard Morrigen, known as Guyard the Green, is a member of King Renly's Rainbow Guard. The Morrigens turn to King Stannis Baratheon after Renly's death.

The van of Stannis's army is placed under the command of Guyard, who then leads the foot during the attack on King's Landing. However, Guyard is slain at the Battle of the Blackwater by Ser Garlan Tyrell, who is disguised as Renly.

A Storm of Swords

Lord Lester Morrigen remains loyal to Stannis after the Blackwater.[4]

A Dance with Dragons

Ser Tristan Rivers of the Golden Company captures Crow's Nest, the seat of House Morrigen.[3]

House Morrigen at the end of the third century

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

Historical Members

References and Notes