The Wondering Wolf Posted April 23, 2020 Share Posted April 23, 2020 23 hours ago, Vaith said: Edit: Now I do see the mention of him being a "good and noble lord", although lord does not necessarily mean lord of his house depending on the context, and small council members may be considered honorary lords, like Varys. Are there any cases in the history books (or in the books at all) that someone without lands is called 'lord' when his character is described? But maybe @Ran can confirm that Ronnel Penrose was Lord of Parchments. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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