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|Died||In 298 AC, Castlewood|
|Father||Aerys II Targaryen|
Some years after Robert's Rebellion, Lord Arwood Harlton, a Targaryen loyalist, arranged a liason between Jeyne and King Robert Baratheon to produce a half-Targaryen, half-Baratheon bastard that Aerys's supporters could put on the throne. Sure enough, Jeyne fell pregnant by Robert.
Jeyne's pregnancy was discovered by Lord Jon Arryn during his investigations into Robert Baratheon's bastards and the legitimacy of Cersei Lannister's children. Shortly before his death, Lord Arryn had Ser Godric Donnerly Jeyne to the North, entrusting her to the custody of Ser Mors Westford of the Night's Watch.
Jeyne lived in the brothel at Mole's Town for some time before Mors discovered her location; however, Jeyne was also pursued by the Bloodseekers, the men serving under Ser Valarr Hill, a man loyal to Queen Cersei who wished to kill Jeyne and her unborn child. Yohn, who had disguised himself as Godric Donnerly, was successful in turning many black brothers against Mors and Jeyne with the offer of coin.
Mors was named a recruiter of the Night's Watch by Lord Commander Jeor Mormont, and thus was permitted to take Jeyne to the westerlands. At the seat of House Westford, she revealed her true identity to Mors. When the Bloodseekers attacked the castle, Jeyne and Mors fled to Castlewood in the riverlands. When Lord Harlton revealed his plans for Targaryen restoration, Jeyne refused to help. Mors was imprisoned, and Jeyne sequestered in Castlewood.
Her child's fate is determinant. Depending on the player's actions, the child either escapes to the Free Cities after being entrusted to Varys, is killed by Cersei, or raised by Mors Westford before he is confronted by his sworn brothers for desertion.