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{{Quote|Harren the Black thought [[Harrenhal|this castle]] would be his legacy. The greatest fortrest ever built: the tallest towers, the strongest walls. The Great Hall had thirty five hearths. Thirty five, can you imagine? Look at it now... a blasted ruin.|[[Tywin Lannister]] to [[Arya Stark]]|A Man Without Honor}}
 
{{Quote|Harren the Black thought [[Harrenhal|this castle]] would be his legacy. The greatest fortrest ever built: the tallest towers, the strongest walls. The Great Hall had thirty five hearths. Thirty five, can you imagine? Look at it now... a blasted ruin.|[[Tywin Lannister]] to [[Arya Stark]]|A Man Without Honor}}
 
'''Harren Hoare''', better known as '''Harren the Black''' and '''Black Harren''', is an unseen character in ''Game of Thrones''. He is dead by the time of the series and has only been mentioned in dialogue.
 
'''Harren Hoare''', better known as '''Harren the Black''' and '''Black Harren''', is an unseen character in ''Game of Thrones''. He is dead by the time of the series and has only been mentioned in dialogue.
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Harren the Black was an [[ironborn]] King who ruled over the [[Iron Islands]] and the [[Riverlands]] from his castle, [[Harrenhal]]. Harrenhal was the biggest castle in the entire history of the [[Seven Kingdoms]] and was built to be invulnerable to any attack by land.<ref>"[[A Man Without Honor]]"</ref>
 
Harren the Black was an [[ironborn]] King who ruled over the [[Iron Islands]] and the [[Riverlands]] from his castle, [[Harrenhal]]. Harrenhal was the biggest castle in the entire history of the [[Seven Kingdoms]] and was built to be invulnerable to any attack by land.<ref>"[[A Man Without Honor]]"</ref>
   
However, when [[Aegon Targaryen]] [[War of Conquest|invaded]] the [[Seven Kingdoms]], King Harren's vassals from the Riverlands, led by [[Edmyn Tully]], revolted against him, while Aegon the Conqueror unleashed his dragon, Balerion the Black Dread against the massive stronghold.<ref>"The Complete Guide to Westeros: The Field of Fire" featurettes confirm Aegon used his three dragons only in the Field of Fire</ref> The [[King of the Iron Isles and the Riverlands]] and his [[House Hoare|sons]] perished as dragonflame consumed Harrenhal, leaving behind blackened and melted ruins.<ref>"[[A Man Without Honor]]"</ref>
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However, when [[Aegon Targaryen]] [[War of Conquest|invaded]] the [[Seven Kingdoms]], King Harren's vassals from the Riverlands, led by [[Edmyn Tully]], revolted against him, while Aegon the Conqueror unleashed his dragon, [[Balerion]] the Black Dread against the massive stronghold.<ref>"The Complete Guide to Westeros: The Field of Fire" featurettes confirm Aegon used his three dragons only in the Field of Fire</ref> The [[King of the Iron Isles and the Riverlands]] and his [[House Hoare|sons]] perished as dragonflame consumed Harrenhal, leaving behind blackened and melted ruins.<ref>"[[A Man Without Honor]]"</ref>
   
 
== In the books ==
 
== In the books ==
   
In the ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels, Harren the Black was the last King of the Iron Islands and the Riverlands, grandson of Harwyn Hardhand, a [[King of the Iron Islands]] who took the Trident from Arrec, the [[Storm King]]. Harren the Black was a vain, bloody tyrant hated by his vassals.
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In the ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels, Harren the Black was the last King of the Iron Islands and the Riverlands, grandson of Harwyn Hardhand, a [[King of the Iron Islands]] who took the [[Trident]] from Arrec, the [[Storm King]]. Harren the Black was a vain, bloody tyrant hated by his vassals.
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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* [http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Harren%20Hoare Harren the Black at A Wiki of Ice and Fire]
 
   
 
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"Harren the Black thought this castle would be his legacy. The greatest fortrest ever built: the tallest towers, the strongest walls. The Great Hall had thirty five hearths. Thirty five, can you imagine? Look at it now... a blasted ruin."
Tywin Lannister to Arya Stark[src]

Harren Hoare, better known as Harren the Black and Black Harren, is an unseen character in Game of Thrones. He is dead by the time of the series and has only been mentioned in dialogue.

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Harren the Black was an ironborn King who ruled over the Iron Islands and the Riverlands from his castle, Harrenhal. Harrenhal was the biggest castle in the entire history of the Seven Kingdoms and was built to be invulnerable to any attack by land.[1]

However, when Aegon Targaryen invaded the Seven Kingdoms, King Harren's vassals from the Riverlands, led by Edmyn Tully, revolted against him, while Aegon the Conqueror unleashed his dragon, Balerion the Black Dread against the massive stronghold.[2] The King of the Iron Isles and the Riverlands and his sons perished as dragonflame consumed Harrenhal, leaving behind blackened and melted ruins.[3]

In the books Edit

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Harren the Black was the last King of the Iron Islands and the Riverlands, grandson of Harwyn Hardhand, a King of the Iron Islands who took the Trident from Arrec, the Storm King. Harren the Black was a vain, bloody tyrant hated by his vassals.

See also Edit

References Edit

  1. "A Man Without Honor"
  2. "The Complete Guide to Westeros: The Field of Fire" featurettes confirm Aegon used his three dragons only in the Field of Fire
  3. "A Man Without Honor"

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