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==History==
 
==History==
Robert attended the [[tourney at Ashford Meadow]] in {{Date|209}}{{Ref|THK|[[The Hedge Knight (comics)|Graphic Novel]]}} but did not participate in it.<ref group="N">Robert is not mentionned as being a [[knight]], which is in keeping with the Blackwood's tradition of worshipping the [[old gods]] and rejecting [[Andal]]s values such as knighthood. As this tourney was reserved for knights only ''([[The Hedge Knight]])'', it can be assumed Robert did not participate in the joust.</ref>
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Robert attended the [[tourney at Ashford Meadow]] in {{Date|209}}{{Ref|THK|[[The Hedge Knight (comics)|Graphic Novel]]}} but did not participate in it.<ref group="N">Robert is not mentioned as being a [[knight]], which is in keeping with the Blackwood's tradition of worshiping the [[old gods]] and rejecting [[Andals|Andal]] values such as knighthood. As this tourney was reserved for knights only ''([[The Hedge Knight]])'', it can be assumed Robert did not participate in the joust.</ref>
  
 
==Family==
 
==Family==

Revision as of 22:53, 28 May 2020

Not to be confused with Robert Blackwood, the sixth son of Lord Tytos Blackwood of Raventree Hall, who died in 300AC.
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Robert Blackwood
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Allegiance House Blackwood
Culture Rivermen
Personal Arms Two weirwood trees, on a scarlet field[1]
Book(s) The Hedge Knight (mentioned)

Robert Blackwood was a member of House Blackwood during the reign of King Daeron II Targaryen.

History

Robert attended the tourney at Ashford Meadow in 209 AC[2] but did not participate in it.[N 1]

Family

His relation to the main branch is unknown. Robert may have been a second son as his personal coat of arms depicted two weirwood trees on a scarlet field.[2]

Notes

  1. Robert is not mentioned as being a knight, which is in keeping with the Blackwood's tradition of worshiping the old gods and rejecting Andal values such as knighthood. As this tourney was reserved for knights only (The Hedge Knight), it can be assumed Robert did not participate in the joust.

References