Blood of Dragons

The 'A Song of Ice and Fire' MUSH


House Roote of Lord Harroway's Town

A two-headed horse, brown, on a field of wavy green and green

General Information

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General information about House Roote from the books.

Family Tree

  • Arstyn Roote (b. 109), Lord of Lord Harroway's Town,
    • his first wife, {Lady Elerra} of House Blackwood (b. 115), took ill and died after a feast (d. 150),
      • his daughter, Delanei (b. 135), m. Ser Albyn Crane (b. 136), heir to Red Lake,
      • his daughter, {Elona} (b. 136), died in childbed (d. 152), m. Ser Amrell Celtigar (b. 131), heir to Claw Isle,
      • his daughter, Lansia (b. 140),
      • his daughter, Andacey (b. 144), studying to be a septa in the motherhouse at King's Landing,
      • his son, {Ammos} (b. 148), born sickly (d. 151),
    • his second wife, Lady Wylera of House Belmore (b. 138),
      • his son, Darik (b. 164), heir to Lord Harroway's Town,
    • his siblings:
      • Lyalla (b. 113), m. Ser Olmyn Vypren (b. 110),
        • Lyalla's daughter, Alenna Vypren (b. 133), m. {Ser Addam Wayn} (b. 127), killed in Dorne (d. 157),
          • Alenna's son, Beric Wayn (b. 155), living with his mother in Lord Harroway's Town,
        • Lyalla's daughter, Caralla Vypren (b. 138), betrothed to Ser Evrett Wode (b. 138),
        • Lyalla's daughter, Alaria Vypren (b. 141),
        • Lyalla's daughter, Eldorea Vypren (b. 143), disowned after eloping with a singer,
      • Balissa (b. 115), m. Kennet Crakehall (b. 111), Steward of Casterly Rock,
      • Ser Gyles (b. 118), his advisor and castellan, m. Janyra Melcolm (b. 117),
        • Gyles's son, Ser Halard (b. 141), m. Mylla Staedmon (b. 144),
          • Halard's daughter, Hasella (b. 163),
        • Gyles's daughter, Rolyria (b. 143),
        • {Several stillbirths and miscarriages},
    • his household:
      • Ser Gyles Roote (b. 118), his brother, an advisor and castellan,
      • Beomar Belmore (b. 146), called Little Bear, Ser Gyles's squire.