Blood of Dragons

The 'A Song of Ice and Fire' MUSH


House Pryor of Pebble

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General Information

The Pryors of Pebble do not seem like a powerful house at first glance. Much like their Sistermen neighbors, the Pryors have had a reputation of keeping to themselves, although not quite to the degree of the Sunderlands and theirs. In fact, the one tidbit of knowledge others might know of the Pryors aside from their seclusion would be their fierce loyalty to the Arryns. They fought for their lord admirably in the Conquest of Dorne, although not without the loss of Lord Renlys eldest son and grandson, Bedryn and Alladar, as well as his nephew Lewin.

Rather far north, Pebble is valued more for its strategic value than its crops or fishing yields. Its location near the entrance to the Bite off the coast of the northern Fingers can be used as a deterrent for pirates and invaders aiming for the Sisters, White Harbor, or The Neck. As such, the Pryors pride themselves on their seamanship and naval capabilities. While not a massive armada, the Pryor fleet is nonetheless nothing to sneeze at. Likewise, as natural resources on the small island are few, the main method of garnering income for the Pryors is trade, mainly between White Harbor, Gulltown, and Kings Landing, with detours made to Sisterton occasionally.

Pebble maintains close relations with the Redforts of Redfort, and the Sunderlands of Sisterton. Aside from that, little is known of the island and her ruling house, save by her allies and neighbors. Isolated and somewhat reclusive, a sighting of a Pryor at the royal court is rare indeed.

General information about House Pryor from the books.

Family Tree

  • Renly Pryor (b. 104), Lord of Pebble,
    • his wife, Lady Eleanor of House Caron (b. 100),
    • their children:
      • {Ser Bedryn} (b. 120), killed in Dorne (d. 157), m. Olyra Hunter (b. 120),
        • Bedryn's daughter, Septa Else (b. 138), once a runaway to a motherhouse to her family's dismay,
        • Bedryn's son, {Alladar} (b. 141), a squire, killed in Dorne (d. 157),
      • Ser Desmond (b. 124), heir to Pebble, m. {Maronne Sunderland} (b. 126) (see House Grafton), died in childbed (d. 156),
        • Desmond's daughter, Ellyn (b. 143), lady-in-waiting to Lady Yorena Grafton,
        • Desmond's daughter, Qyrene (b. 147),
        • Desmond's son, Morton (b. 150), a squire,
        • Desmond's daughter, Allyne (b. 156),
      • Lady Sharra (b. 125), m.{ Lord Elbert Redfort} (b. 119), killed in Dorne (d. 161),
        • Sharra's daughter, Lady Gwenda Redfort (b. 142), Lady of Redfort, m. Ser Ryckard Royce,
        • Sharra's son, {Ellys Redfort} (b. 144), heir to Redfort, a squire, killed with his father,
        • Sharra's daughter, Parra Redfort (b. 148),
      • Ser Harwyn (b. 130), mocked as Hardhead, m. Tynissa Ruthermont (b. 130),
        • Harwyn's son, {Haryn} (b. 150, d. 152),
        • Harwyn's daughter, Oryssa (b. 156),
    • his siblings:
      • {Rolenna} (b. 105, d. 144), m. {Ser Ryan Ryger} (b. 104), killed in the Dance of the Dragons (d. 129),
      • Delanne (b. 108), m. Ser Benedar Lynderly (b. 107),
        • Delanne's daughter, Jyrenna Lynderly (b. 137), m. Ser Doran Dondarrion (b. 133), called Blackbolt, a famous knight,
        • Delanne's daughter, Elanei Lynderly (b. 140), m. Ser Leynard Royce (b. 138), captain of the guard at Runestone,
        • Delanne's daughter, Marissa Lynderly (b. 141),
        • Delanne's son, Ser Garett Lynderly (b. 143),
        • Delanne's son, Thurstan Lynderly (b. 145), an acolyte of the Faith,
      • Ser Qale (b. 112), m. Vilessa Buckwell (b. 119),
        • Qale's son, {Ser Lewin} (b. 136), killed in Dorne (d. 157), m. Myranda Waxley (b. 136)
        • Qale's son, Ser Orton (b. 139), m Myranda Waxley (b. 136),
        • Qale's son, Ser Sarion (b. 144).