Bernie Mac Posted December 20, 2018 Share Posted December 20, 2018 2 hours ago, The Wondering Wolf said: @Ran Since this Raymont was included in the Worldbook as well, what are your thoughts on the matter? Is he still canon, was he removed from canon or does GRRM want to make a decission at a later point? I'd say he still exists. He was brought up in the Stormlands section rather than the Sons of the Dragon section so its not a huge surprise he did not feature in Fire & Blood. The Kingsguard seemed to have been skimped on in Fire and Blood, how they lived and died was often glossed over, even Ryam, supposedly one of the greatest knights of all time, decades in the Guard, feels like he was glossed over. The Stormlands section Many other Baratheons have won renown over the centuries, following in the footsteps of Orys One-Hand and the Storm Kings before him. Ser RaymontBaratheon, a younger son of Lord Baratheon, served in the Kingsguard when Aenys I was forced to war against the Faith, and saved the life of his king when the Poor Fellows attempted to murder him in his bed. The Fire & Blood section ...the king decided that his manse atop Visenya’s Hill was too vulnerable and made plans to remove himself to Dragonstone with Queen Alyssa and their younger children. That proved a wise precaution. Three days before they were to sail, two Poor Fellows scaled the manse’s walls and broke into the king’s bedchamber. Only the timely intervention of the Kingsguard saved Aenys from an ignoble death. I'd guess Raymont, son of Orys, died in this section of Fire & Blood. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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