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21. House Volmark
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Sigil: A black leviathan on a grey sea. House Volmark is a sworn bannerhouse of House Greyjoy. The Volmarks have large holdings and can boast of famous captains and warriors within their lineage.
22. House Stonetree
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Sigil: A bare stone tree, grey on black. House Stonetree is a sworn bannerhouse of House Greyjoy. The Stonetrees have large holdings and can boast of famous captains and warriors within their lineage. ...
23. House Myre
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Sigil: 10 black nooses — four, three, two, then one — on white with a blood border. House Myre is a sworn bannerhouse of House Greyjoy. The Myres are vassals of Lord Harlaw.
24. House Blacktyde
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Sigil: Vairy green and black. House Blacktyde is a sworn bannerhouse of House Greyjoy.
25. House Harlaw
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
... it took to raise it and the changeable nature of the lords who oversaw its construction. Ruling over the richest and most populous of the Iron Islands, the Harlaws are a large clan ruled by Lord Rodrik ...
26. House Botley
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
Sigil: A shoal of silver fish on pale green. House Botley is a sworn bannerhouse of House Greyjoy. The village of Lordsport on the island of Pyke is the seat of House Botley. Above the village is the Botley ...
27. Ten Towers
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
Ten Towers is the seat of House Harlaw, one of the most powerful Houses of the Iron Islands, and is the newest castle on the Iron Islands, raised by Lord Theomore Harlaw some six generations ago. The castle ...
28. Lordsport
(World of Westeros/Cities)
... declaring Theon the rightful heir; the current lord of Lordsport is unknown. Aeron Greyjoy called a kingsmoot to select a new ruler of the Iron Islands, and Euron was chosen to be the new king. He intends ...
29. Pyke
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
...  The Great Keep The Hall of Greyjoys, or Great Keep, is a large keep with a long smoky central hall, capable of sitting 400 men. It also houses the Seastone Chair, the throne of the Iron Islands. The Seastone ...
30. House Mallister
(Houses of Westeros/Minor Houses)
While Tywin Lannister may be named the Warden of the West, it is the Mallisters who have traditionally been the first line of defense against the region's most persistent threat: the raiders of the Iron ...
31. Moat Cailin
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
Moat Cailin is said to be the oldest fortress in Westeros, raised by the First Men over ten thousand years ago to protect the North from attack. It consisted of twenty towers overlooking the causeway leading ...
32. House Targaryen
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
... the narrow sea west to the Iron Islands. The only people to escape Aegon’s reach were the Dornishmen. He fashioned his seat of power, the Iron Throne, from the swords of his defeated foes. Two hundred ...
33. House Greyjoy
(Houses of Westeros/Great Houses)
We Do Not Sow House Greyjoy resides on the Iron Islands, west of the Neck and the Westerlands. It stands apart from the rest of the Seven Kingdoms not only geographically, but also religiously — the ...
34. Harrenhal
(World of Westeros/Strongholds)
Harrenhal was constructed before the Conquest by King Harren the Black, ruler of the Iron Islands and the Riverlands. The dangerously proud Harren created Harrenhal to be the greatest of all castles, larger ...
35. The Drowned God
(Faiths of Westeros/Faiths of Westeros)
Worshipped solely by the Ironmen in Westeros, the Drowned God's domain is the sea. The religion of the Drowned God is old, dating back to before the Andal invasion. The Andal invaders of the Iron Islands ...
36. Customs & Laws of the Seven Kingdoms
(World of Westeros/Miscellaneous)
... two different regions marry and bear children, the child will typically take the father’s form. These regional names are:   Dorne: Sand Dragonstone and King’s Landing: Waters The Iron Islands: ...
37. The Riverlands
(World of Westeros/Geography)
... Tully of Riverrun. At the time of Aegon's War of Conquest, the Riverlands were ruled by House Hoare of the Iron Islands; the Tullys were never kings of the Riverlands, but were rebel riverlords who left ...
38. The Iron Islands
(World of Westeros/Geography)
“Windy and cold and damp. A miserable hard place, in truth ... but my lord father once told me that hard places breed hard men, and hard men rule the world.” — Theon Greyjoy The Iron Islands are an ...
39. History
... as well, such as those who left the Seastone Chair behind on the Iron Islands. Eventually, all would either disappear or fall to invaders from the east.  ...
40. Houses of Westeros
The political landscape in Westeros is divided into nine regions - The North, The Riverlands, The Vale, The Iron Islands, The Westerlands, The Reach, The Crownlands, The Stormlands, and Dorne - and controlled ...
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