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After the naming ceremony of Elias Corbray, there is a bit of conversation and some awkwardness before the little gathering dissolves.
As the Sea Watch attempts to reinforce the Crackclaw Company fighting ashore, they are detained by sailors of the Iron Fleet.
Splitting his forces to catch the Kingswood Company in a pincer movement, Ammon Massey commits his troops to attack while help comes to the Kingswood men from an unexpected quarter; the mood of the victors is subdued after the battle due to an unexpected message.
Believing two women of the court to have been taken by the Crackclaw Company as props for a training exercise, the deputy warden of the Kingswood Company pursues – and falls into a carefully laid trap.
In an attempt to train new recruits, the Kingswood and Crackclaw Companies compete against each other in the first of three events.
Several knights and ladies confront those they think are responsible for the thefts, but find that they are wrong.
Several knights confront a man they think responsible for the theft of several items within the keep, but find that they are wrong.
Following the wedding of Ser Dermett Corbray and Lady Damia Farman, the ladies Jyana and Elrone come upon a stable boy at play and learn of his current plight.
On the eve of her wedding, Damia Farman requests a certain maid to attend her in the sept, and attempts to glean some information regarding the nobles’ missing items.
To acknowledge the arrival of the ironborn embassy, an unusual melee is conducted: a shipboard melee, three craft joined together, with the goal to be the team with the last man standing. The teams are fairly evenly matched - in a rather unexpected way.
A love-triangle is settled, and a feud appears to be put aside.
Visiting ironborn poke at Ser Janden - and it's anyone's guess who is the one who ends up wounded.
Following Ammon Massey's public performance of a song about the pirate Sullehman Saan, he comes to apologize to Reyna Saltcliffe only to be met with a swift response from the lady.
Ethos comes to ask Janden about a little favor: a free hunting license. Janden sees things a bit differently.
Several knights led by Ser Farin Prester and the other men of the Kingswood Company head into the woods to make an assault on a bandit camp- the third such skirmish to take place of late. Most of the knights present are volunteers to the cause, brought in by signs Ser Farin has posted about the Red Keep for assistance in ridding the Kingswood of this bandit scourge, and many of these are well-prepared and eager to cut down their opponents. But just as the knights prepare to attack, they find a large number of bandits ready and waiting for their arrival.
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