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House Baratheon of King's Landing
King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men; Lord of the Seven Kingdoms; Protector of the Realm; gored by a boar 
His wife, Queen Consort 
Their eldest son, poisoned at his wedding feast 
Their daughter, betrothed to Prince Trystane Nymeros Martell of Dorne 
Their second son, currently Lord of the Seven Kingdoms 
House Blount
A knight of the Kingsguard 
House Buckwell
A knight of the Night's Watch 
House Byrch
The husband of Falyse Stokeworth, slain in a duel by Ser Bronn of the Blackwater 
House Bywater
Commander of the City Watch, called 'Ironhand'; slain at the Battle of the Blackwater by his own men 
House Chelsted
Hand of the King to Aerys II Targaryen; burned alive with wildfire 
House Chyttering
Head of his House 
House Farring
Commander of the garrison at Storm's End 
His son, a squire to Stannis Baratheon; died of the cold while marching to Winterfell 
Called 'the Giantslayer' 
The seventh wife of Walder Frey (deceased) 
House Follard
A man of the Night's Watch; slain at Castle Black 
A knight 
House Harte
A knight 
House Hayford
The Lady of Hayford and a babe in arms 
House Mallery
Head of his House, drowned at the Mummer's Ford 
House Massey
A member of the Night's Watch 
A knight in service of Stannis Baratheon 
House Rambton
Slain on Dragonstone 
House Rosby
Lord of Rosby and Master of Coin to Tommen I Baratheon; dies of a cough 
The sixth wife of Walder Frey (deceased) 
House Rykker
Lord of Duskendale 
A ranger of the Night's Watch, slain by a wight 
House Stokeworth
The Lady of Stokeworth, died of a broken hip 
Heir to Stokeworth, died screaming in the Black Cells 
Husband to the above, killed in a duel by Ser Bronn of the Blackwater 
The Lady's second daughter, now Lady of Stokeworth; simple-minded 
Husband to the above, a sellsword, Lord of Stokeworth 
Bastard son of the new Lady, born of rape 
House Thorne
A ranger of the Night's Watch 
House Brune of Brownhollow
The Knight of Brownhollow 
Called 'Apple-Eater', a knight in service to Petyr Baelish 
House Hogg
The Knight of Sow's Horn 
House Kettleblack
A man-at-arms in service to Petyr Baelish 
His eldest son, a knight of the Kingsguard 
His second son, of the City Watch 
His youngest son, sworn sword of Queen Cersei Lannister 
House Longwaters
Chief undergaoler of the Red Keep 
House Baratheon of Dragonstone
Lawful King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, and Protector of the Realm; Lord of Dragonstone; Master of Ships to Robert I Baratheon  
His wife, Queen of the Seven Kingdoms 
Their only child, heir to the Iron Throne 
House Bar Emmon
Lord of Sharp Point 
House Celtigar
Lord of Claw Isle, called 'the Red Crab' 
House Sunglass
Lord of Sweetport Sound, burned alive on the orders of Selyse Florent 
House Velaryon
Lord of the Tides, Master of Driftmark; burned with his ship on the Blackwater 
His son and heir 
The Lord's bastard brother, called the 'Bastard of Driftmark'; Master of Ships to Tommen I Baratheon 
House Brune of the Dyre Den
Lord of the Dyre Den 
House Crabb
Slain by Shagwell at the Whispers 
A man of the Night's Watch 
House Hollard
The last surviving member of his House, slain on the orders of Petyr Baelish 
House Targaryen
King of the Seven Kingdoms, called 'the Mad King'; slain by Jaime Lannister 
His sister-wife, Queen of the Seven Kingdoms 
The King's eldest son, called 'the Last Dragon'; slain by Robert Baratheon on the Trident 
Wife of the above, slain by Gregor Clegane in the sack of King's Landing 
Their daughter, killed by Amory Lorch 
Their son, thought killed by Ser Gregor, actually alive in Essos 
The King's daughter, stillborn 
The King's son, died in infancy 
The King's son, died in infancy 
The King's son, died in infancy 
The King's second living son, called 'the Beggar King'; slain by Khal Drogo in Vaes Dothrak 
The King's only living daughter, called 'Stormborn'; self-proclaimed Queen of the Andals, the Rhoynar and the First Men, Princess of Dragonstone, Queen of Meereen, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, the Unburnt, Breaker of Shackles and Mother of Dragons 
A maester of the Night's Watch, died on the Cinnamon Wind 
House Blackfyre
Legitimised bastard son of Aegon IV Targaryen, founder of House Blackfyre; started the First Blackfyre Rebellion 
His first born son 
His second born son, twin to the above 
His third son, led the Second Blackfyre Rebellion 
His fourth son, led the Third Blackfyre Rebellion 
Eldest son of the above, led the Fourth Blackfyre Rebellion 
His fifth son 
His daughter, married to Ser Aegor Rivers 
A cousin to Maelys I, of unknown descent 
Captain-General of the Golden Company, last of the male Blackfyres; called 'the Monstrous' 
House Cargyll
A knight of the Kingsguard 
A knight of the Kingsguard, twin to the above 
House Darklyn
Lady Darklyn; led the House during the Dance of Dragons 
Captured Aerys II Targaryen and was executed, ending the Darklyn line 
Myrish wife of the above, called the 'Lace Serpent' 
One of the first knights of the Kingsguard after its founding by Aegon the Conquerer 
The youngest member of the Kingsguard until Jaime Lannister 
A knight of the Kingsguard under Viserys I Targaryen 

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