Blood of Dragons

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House Mallister of Seagard

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General Information

House Mallister has always been of a certain repute and influence in the Riverlands, which has only grown in recent years. Presently, Seagard is ruled by Lord Joscelyn Mallister, who earned a certain chivalric repute in his youth by touring the Riverlands as a knight-errant named Ser Celyn, who famously unmasked himself at the 16th Nameday tourney of Belarra Bracken, starting a heartfelt romance and marriage between the two.

In the Conquest of Dorne, Lord Mallisters men learned of his discipline and fairness when he executed one of his own for raping one of Lady Fowlers maids in his time as castellan of Skyreach. Such is how he came to be known as Joscelyn the Just.

Seagard has known tragedy, too. The loss of Lord Mallisters son and heir, Jason, and then the death of Lady Belarra Mallister, was a devastating blow to the house, but the eagle of Seagard still flies high in recent years. The ascension of King Baelor has proven to be excellent for a lord who loves the Seven as much as Joscelyn, who came to Kings Landing with stone and timber for the rebuilding of Visenyas Sept, before departing to Sunspear to make amends with Dorne as part of King Baelors embassy.

From his years in service to the Iron Throne, Lord Joscelyn has become a famed servant to the crown, and even familial struggles seem to be long-gone as his young second wife, Erena of House Lydden, has given him three sons, as well as made matches for her step-daughters, giving the Mallisters ties to Oldtown and the west. At present, Lord and Lady Mallister continue to live in Sunspear with their sons and Lord Mallisters eldest daughter, while Lord Joscelyns brother Josmon serves as castellan of Seagard.

General information about House Mallister from the books.

Family Tree

  • Joscelyn Mallister (b. 124), Lord of Seagard, called the Just,
    • his first wife, {Lady Belarra of House Bracken} (b. 128), died in childbed (d. 162),
    • their children:
      • {Several miscarriages},
      • Josella (b. 150), betrothed to Malwyn Hightower (b. 150),
      • Lena (b. 153), formerly royal companion to the princesses in the Maidenvault (see House Targaryen), betrothed to Ser Harys Swyft (b. 145), called Mumble,
      • {Jason} (b. 155), heir to Seagard, dead of a summer fever (d. 159),
      • {A stillborn daughter},
    • his second wife, Lady Erena of House Lydden (b. 144),
      • Owain (b. 164), heir to Seagard,
      • Tion (b. 166),
      • {A miscarried child},
      • Lewys (b. 168),
    • his siblings:
      • Ser Josmon (b. 126), castellan of Seagard, m. Maria Lothston (b. 126),
        • Josmon's son, Ser Moris (b. 144), retainer to Ser Darmen Tully,
        • Josmon's daughter, Anwyn (b. 147), betrothed to Rorran Mooton (b. 147),
        • Josmon's son, Zachary (b. 149), a squire,
        • Josmon's daughter, {Alyssa} (b. 154), dead in the cradle (d. 154),
      • Darna (b. 128), m. Rurik Greyjoy (b. 124), called the Raven,
      • Dian (b. 132), m. {Ser Danwell Ryger} (b. 129), killed in Dorne (d. 157),
      • {Ser Deryn} (b. 135), killed in Dorne (d. 161), m. Gwyn Banefort (b. 140) (see House Arryn),
      • Ser Jarmond (b. 137),
    • his uncles, aunt, and cousins:
      • {Lord Jorah (b. 102), Lord of Seagard, killed at the end of the Dance of the Dragons (d. 131),
      • { Ser Patrek} (b. 106), killed in the Dance of the Dragons (d. 130), m. Karyn Ashford (b. 109),
        • Patrek's son, Ser Erick (b. 128), m. Morya Charlton (b. 132),
          • Erick's son, Fastion (b. 150), a novice of the Faith,
          • Erick's son, Leoman (b. 153), a page at Seagard,
          • Erick's daughter, Mathany (b. 157),
        • Patrek's daughter, Doreth (b. 130), twice widowed,
          • her first husband, {Ser Robyn Piper} (b. 133), killed in Dorne (d. 157),
          • her second husband, {Ser William Waxley} (b. 119), killed in Dorne (d. 161),
      • Lady Dianessa (b. 110), m. {Lord Tommen Brax} (b. 109), dead of illness (d. 156),
      • {Jason} (b. 113), a squire killed in the Dance of the Dragons (d. 131),
    • his household:
      • Ser Matthis Fossoway (b. 120), called Appleseed for his numerous bastards (see House Fossoway), captain of the guard,
      • Maester Taric (b. 134), counselor, tutor, and healer at Seagard (see House Rogers),
      • Masart Piper (b. 146), squire to Lord Joscelyn.