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.
A meeting between Ser Jonn Lannister, and Lady Jannia Tully, after the events of Lady Alyce and Ser Josmyn Reyne's wedding tourney find Jannia's betrothed taken by the Goldcloaks in a shameful display. The display? He killed a man in a joust, how? Well, he stuck a lance through his unhelmed eye. Jannia sees this ending badly and requests a meet with the Heir to Casterly Rock to try and devise a way to keep their houses from going at each others throats.
On a particularly cold and rainy evening, several nobles gather at the Kitchen Keep- and words quickly grow heated at several matters of honor and pride are discussed.
Ser Ammon Massey, in quiet contemplation of Blackwater Bay, receives a surprise visit from his father.
A dinner amongst friends turns tense when a flamboyant foreign fellow sets his sights on Lady Elrone Darklyn.
With a number of the nobles traveling to Storm's End unable to sleep, a group of such tired persons find relaxation in a little music on deck.
A knight and lady of the court take a ride to the Kingswood only to discover one of the recipients of King Baelor’s justice.
Several knights and ladies meet in the yards and discussion turns to the fate of Quenton Rosby and opinions of Dorne. Ser Albyn gets a cold reception, with Ser Kendros insulting him openly.
A feast is held in the Great Hall of the Red Keep to celebrate the wedding of Ser Astos Corbray and Lady Belissa Caron.
A tourney of Love and Beauty was held for the betrothal of Ser Humfrey Westerling heir and knight of the Crag, and Lady Jannia Tully, third daughter of the Lady of Riverrun Lady Tinessa Tully. The Tully maiden had chosen three champions to defend her title, Ser Ermen Frey of the Twins, Ser Brynden Tully the lady's brother, and Ser Humfrey Westerling her betrothed. A splendid display of knighthood from knights all around the Seven Kingdoms. The tilt of the day held between Ser Kendros Goodbrook of the Riverlands and Ser Sorin of the Kingsguard; twelve passes were made before finding Ser Kendros unhorsed. Even though all three of Lady's champions were vanquished, not all was lost for the Lady Jannia. Chivalry reigned as the declared champion, Ser Jace Rollingford so called "The Knight of the Fountain," declared the Lady Jannia the Queen of Love and Beauty. Letting her keep her title even in the presence of the recently 'dethroned' princess, Daena Targaryen.
Princess Naerys throws a feast to raise the spirits of an unhappy court--and finds that the resolution to the Ripper case has landed on them all with great finality.
With the help of Luthor Rivers and some huntsmen, Janden Melcolm puts on a hunt for duck and rabbit along with a feast for those gathered
Luthor and Janden head out to inspect the area their planned hunt will be held in, with Janden getting the opportunity to give his input on how it will be handled.
Janden and Luthor meet to catch up on where things stand with their plans. Blayne wanders by as well.