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1. Vardis Egen
(World of Westeros/People)
8th Level (Noble 4 / Knight 4) - Deceased Captain of the guard to House Arryn in the Eyrie, Ser Vardis was captain of Lord Jon Arryn’s guard in the Red Keep while Arryn was the King’s Hand. Upon his ...
A view of the Eyrie, seat of House Arryn, as envisioned by the artist Ted Nasmith and published for the critically acclaimed series A Song of Ice and Fire:  ...
3. Brynden Tully, The Blackfish
(World of Westeros/People)
10th Level (Noble 4 / Commander 2 / Knight 4) Brynden Tully is the Knight of the Gate of the Eyrie, and uncle to Edmure Tully, Catelyn Stark, and Lysa Arryn. Brynden is the younger brother (by five years) ...
4. Hoster Tully
(World of Westeros/People)
11th Level (Noble 6 / Commander 2 / Knight 3) - Deceased Prior to his death, Hoster Tully was Lord of Riverrun and father to Edmure, Catelyn, and Lysa. As a younger man, Hoster had been proud and restless. ...
5. Maester Coleman
(World of Westeros/People)
5th Level (Maester 5) Colemon was counsellor to Lord Jon Arryn, and journeyed with Lord Arryn to the Red Keep where he served the Hand for many years. He left King’s Landing with Lady Lysa, and is now ...
6. Portrait of Lysa Arryn
(Resources/Images)
Portrait of Lysa Arryn by Amoka:
7. Robert Arryn
(World of Westeros/People)
1st Level (Noble 1) Lord of the Eyrie, and Defender of the Vale. The only son of Lord Jon Arryn, he is six years of age and a sickly child. His mother’s manias have affected him, leaving him babyish ...
8. Jon Arryn
(World of Westeros/People)
10th Level (Noble 6 / Commander 2 / Knight 2) - Deceased Jon Arryn was once one of the most powerful men in the Seven Kingdoms: Head of House Arryn, Lord of the Eyrie, Defender of the Vale, Warden of ...
9. Lysa Arryn
(World of Westeros/People)
4th Level (Noble 4) - Deceased Youngest daughter of Lord Hoster Tully and sister to Catelyn (Stark) and Edmure Tully, Lysa married Jon Arryn after the death of his second wife, and is the mother of his ...
10. House Borrell
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Strong in the Storm A family of strong maritime traditions, House Borrell is well suited to its role as paramount house of the Three Sisters under House Arryn - although their position does not go unchallenged ...
11. Gulltown
(World of Westeros/Cities)
Gulltown is a port city in the Vale. It is the seat of House Grafton and serves House Arryn.  ...
12. The Gates of the Moon
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
The Gates of the Moon is a castle of moderate size that guards the path to the Eyrie. It has often served as a winter seat for House Arryn, and is always garrisoned to help prevent any attempt at besieging ...
13. The Eyrie
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
The Eyrie is the ancient seat of House Arryn, one of the oldest lines of Andal nobility. It is situated high on the mountain known as the Giant's Lance, and is reachable only by a narrow mule trail, guarded ...
14. House Royce
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
House Royce are bannermen to House Arryn. Their seat is located at Runestone. Their sigil is a shower of pebbles on an orange field. There are two branches of House Royce: Royce of Runestone Bronze ...
15. House Tully
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
... to Lord Eddard Stark; and Lady Lysa, widow to Lord Jon Arryn. Hoster’s brother, Ser Brynden, known as the Blackfi sh, serves House Arryn as Knight of the Gate. House Traits FEATS: Blood of the Andals; ...
16. House Arryn
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
As High As Honour House Arryn rules the Vale that shares its name, a fertile land nestled within the great range of the Mountains of the Moon. In their idyllic domain, the Arryns have often found themselves ...
17. The Vale
(World of Westeros/Geography)
... the Vale is only a few leagues across, while the broken coasts to the east are a seemingly endless labyrinth of bays and cliffs. The Vale is ruled by House Arryn, one of the oldest lines of Andal nobility ...
18. Geography
(Category)
... principal regions - North, South, East, and West - and named one of its bannermen as the Wardens and Lord Protectors of each; House Stark the North, House Tyrell the South, House Arryn the East, and House ...