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The Stormlands

The Storm
IC Date: Day 25 of Month 11, 166 AC
RL Date: July 10, 2015.

Ser Orson Baratheon’s wedding to Lady Ryone Prester at Storm’s End would prove to be ill-omened. Attended by many of the court’s great and good—Prince Aegon among the former if not the latter, accompanied by Ser Kenric Darry of the Kingsguard—the festivities began well enough. But the wedding joust would see scandal with Prince Aegon carrying the field and and crowning another man’s wife Queen of Love and Beauty in a manner meant to insult him; Lady Jyana Lannister, married to Ser Jonn, heir to Casterly Rock and a man who had earned the prince’s disfavour.

Far worse than scandal would follow

White Feathers
IC Date: Day 29 of Month 9, 165 AC
RL Date: May 20, 2014.

From the Citadel, pale wings took flight across the realm.

In Oldtown, bells tolled.

In Highgarden, the news was taken as reason for a winter festival to be readied.

In the bowels of Casterly Rock, Lord Loreon resumed counting his coins.

In Riverrun, the Tullys were occupied with the latest series of petitions and counter-petitions from the Blackwoods and Brackens, and considered the question of whom would attend the marriage of Jannia Tully to Lord Jarmon Buckwell in a few months time.

At Storm’s End, Lord Corwen Baratheon is said to have dismissed the news of a white raven’s arrival,

Wedding Bells and Dented Helms
IC Date: Day 9 of Month 12, 160 AC
RL Date: August 24, 2009.

The wedding of Ser Sarmion Baratheon, known as the Stormbreaker, to a daughter of Lord Hightower was a grand event that drew most of the lords of the stormlands to Storm’s End. So, too, did it bring a number of the great magnates of the realm, Prince Viserys and the king’s siblings chief among them. Flocking to Storm’s End where Lord Corwen hosted a great wedding and ensuing festivities, the bride was lovely to behold and the giant Baratheon knight was as imposing as ever as the vows were exchanged before a thronged crowd. Many gifts were given, including a small galleas from the king. The