|World of Westeros - People|
|Monday, 31 May 2010 21:51|
12th Level (Noble 8 / Commander 2 / Knight 2)
Lord of the Crossing, head of House Frey, and bannerman to House Tully, Lord Walder Frey is now 90 years old. He is wizened and gout-ridden, with a bald spotted head, and confined to a chair or couch, travelling only in a small litter. This has not stopped or
The Freys are a relatively young noble house. They derived their riches from charging a toll on the river crossing, which they control from the Twins — two stout towers that overlook the span. Many older houses look down upon them because of this, feeding Lord Walder’s resentments.
Walder has outlived seven wives, and is currently married again to a thin wisp of a girl named Joyeuse. His sons and heirs have nearly lost hope of ever advancing, as their father has outlived many of them. Walder is prickly and proud, and thinks that he has been slighted by the more noble Tullys; as his strategic tardiness to the battle on the Trident earned him the title “The Late Lord Frey,” a nickname he misunderstands and resents, thinking it a curse against his stubbornly long lifespan. Lord Frey’s sigil is two towers.