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Gawen Glover is the son of Robett Glover and Sybelle Glover and the brother of Erena Glover. Following the Ironborn capture of Deepwood Motte, he, his mother, and sister are thrown into prison by the Ironborn. Due to King Robb Stark's failure to come to the aid of House Glover, Robett refuses to assist Robb's half-brother Jon Snow and sister Sansa Stark's efforts to retake Winterfell from House Bolton, who had helped them drive out the Ironborn earlier.

Family Tree

Galbart Glover
Robett Glover
Sybelle Glover
née Locke
Gawen Glover
Erena Glover

Behind the scenes

While Gawen, his mother and sister remain unnamed in the television series, they were briefly mentioned in passing during a conversation between Robett Glover and Sansa Stark in Season 6.[1]

In the books

In A Clash of Kings, Gawen, along with his mother Sybelle and sister Erena, are captured when Ironborn forces under Asha Greyjoy capture Deepwood Motte.

In A Feast for Crows, he and his family are taken by Asha to the Ten Towers in Harlaw, one of the Iron Islands. Asha ensures that Gawen and his family are well looked after and housed in a tower instead of a dungeon.

In A Dance of Dragons, Gawen and Erena are left captive at Ten Towers in the care of Asha's aunt Gwynesse Harlaw while Sybelle and Asha return to Deepwood Motte, since Asha fears Erena is too unhealthy for a second sea voyage.

According to Sybelle, Gawen has just reached his fourth nameday.

See Also


v  d  e
Lord: Lord Robett Glover Heir: Gawen Glover
Seat: Deepwood Motte Lands: The North
Title(s): Lord of Deepwood Motte
Current members:Sybelle Glover · Erena Glover
Deceased members:Galbart Glover
Overlord:House Stark

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