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|Died||In 299 AC|
|Played by||Henry Sargeant|
Alester Sarwyck is a member of House Sarwyck and a red priest. He has only appeared in the video game Game of Thrones, in which he and Mors Westford are playable characters.
Alester is the elder son of Lord Raynald Sarwyck from Riverspring in the westerlands. For an unknown reason, Alester left Riverspring and went to Essos after Robert's Rebellion. He became a follower of R'hllor and a red priest. He returns to Riverspring from exile when he hears of his father dying. There he finds a devastated land where people tell of a peasant revolt. His sister, Elyana, tries to manage the lands of House Sarwyck. Alester's brother, Gawen, is missing and is accused of poisoning Raynald. Alester's bastard half-brother, Valarr Hill, desires to inherit Riverspring.
Alester died in 299 AC after the execution of Lord Eddard Stark. The cause of his death is determined by the player's choices. He is either killed by Ser Mors Westford for killing Cerenna Westford, is executed by Queen Cersei Lannister for letting the bastard child of King Robert Baratheon and Jeyne Greystone escape to the Free Cities, or is confirmed as Lord of Riverspring, but commits suicide for his part in the death of Jeyne Greystone's child.