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| caption = [[The North]] and the location of Oakenshield
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| caption = The [[north]] and the location of Oakenshield
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:''[[Oakenshield]] is also the name of one of the four islands that make up the Shield Islands.''
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{{hatnote|For the island, see [[Oakenshield]].}}
  
'''Oakenshield''' is an abandoned castle along the [[Wall]] belonging to  the [[Night's Watch]]. [[Castle Black]] lies immediately to its west. Next along the Wall to the east is [[Woodswatch-by-the-Pool]].<ref>''[[A Storm of Swords]]'', [[A Storm of Swords-Map of Beyond the Wall|Map of Beyond the Wall]]</ref>
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'''Oakenshield''' is an abandoned castle along the [[Wall]] belonging to  the [[Night's Watch]]. [[Castle Black]] lies to its west, while to the east is [[Woodswatch-by-the-Pool]].<ref>''[[A Storm of Swords]]'', [[A Storm of Swords-Map of Beyond the Wall|Map of Beyond the Wall]]</ref>
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==

Revision as of 15:48, 4 January 2019

The north and the location of Oakenshield
The north and the location of Oakenshield
Oakenshield
The north and the location of Oakenshield

Oakenshield is an abandoned castle along the Wall belonging to the Night's Watch. Castle Black lies to its west, while to the east is Woodswatch-by-the-Pool.[1]

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

Stannis Baratheon inspects the ruins of Oakenshield and Queensgate.[2] Jon Snow re-garrisons Oakenshield as the seat of Tormund.[3]

References