House Arryn of The Eyrie

The Arryns are one of the oldest lines of Andal nobility in the Seven Kingdoms and ruled as Kings of Mountain and Vale for centuries until they bent the knee to Aegon the Conqueror. Their seat is the Eyrie, a small but unassailable castle high on a mountain. Their motto is, “As High as Honor.”

House Arryn supported the crown during the Blackfyre Rebellion. 

Lord Rugar Arryn

Roslyn Arryn

Florin Arryn

Broderick Arryn

Orrin Stormheart

Myranda Upcliff

House Targaryen hosted a grand celebration to honor King Otto I's victory over House Blackfyre. All of the most prominent nobles from Westeros attended, offered gifts and enjoyed the Crown's hospitality. House Arryn was among those guests. At this event Orrin Snow was knighted, now Orrin Stormheart. 

The Crown officially decreed that it would not replace House Tully as Lord Paramount of the Riverlands. Instead, the region would be divided and annexed by other houses. 

With the King's authority, Lord Rugar Arryn took a host of soldiers up into The North to perform an investigation. He and his entourage took an expedition that saw them trek from King's Landing to Riverrun, to Winterfell, to the Dreadfort and ending at Flint's Finger. 

House Lannister instituted a new holiday, "Day of Reconciliation", in which everyone in the region under his rule, would celebrate the prosperity and revitalization of the region. House Lannister invited a number of lords from around Westeros to Riverrun where the family would graciously host the event. 

House Lannister instituted a new holiday, "Day of Reconciliation", in which everyone in the region under his rule, would celebrate the prosperity and revitalization of the region. House Lannister invited a number of lords from around Westeros to Riverrun where the family would graciously host the event. 

House Arryn of The Eyrie

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