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"We were now responsible for aiding the Mallisters at Seagard against the pouting ironborn whenever they got... cheeky."
―Ser Brynden Tully about House Mallister[src]

House Mallister of Seagard is a vassal house that holds fealty to House Tully of Riverrun. Their lands are north of Riverrun, along the west coast of the Riverlands on Ironman's Bay and southwest of the Twins. The castle is near the headwaters of the Blue Fork of the Trident River.

The Mallisters are longstanding enemies of the ironborn, as Seagard was built as a defense against marauders from the Iron Islands.[1]

House Mallister's Heraldry consists of a silver eagle on a blue field. Their motto is "Above the Rest".

History Edit

Season 1 Edit

The banner of House Mallister is seen at the Tourney of the Hand.

Season 3 Edit

After his arrival at Harrenhall, Robb Stark notices that The Mountain has left the castle, but has put all of his Northern-Rivermen war prisoners to the sword, including Ser Jaremy Mallister, one of Lord Hoster Tully's bannermen.

Season 6 Edit

After the liberation of Riverrun by the Blackfish, House Mallister rises against House Frey, which had been made Lord Paramount of the Trident after The Red Wedding.

MembersEdit

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Members of House Mallister.

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In the booksEdit

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, House Mallister is one of House Tully's most loyal vassals. Lord Jason Mallister is noted as both a loyal vassal and also a close personal friend and ally of Lord Hoster Tully. During the Greyjoy Rebellion, the Mallisters defended Seagard from an ironborn assault. While the town and castle were damaged and severe casualties incurred, the ironborn suffered significant losses, with Lord Jason slaying Rodrik Greyjoy in personal combat.

Following the Red Wedding, Lord Jason is one of the few Riverlords, alongside Tytos Blackwood and Brynden Tully, who refuse to yield to the Iron Throne. However, after the Freys threaten to kill his son Patrek, he is forced to surrender. Currently he and his son are kept prisoners in his own castle.

A slight change is that in the books their sigil is a silver eagle on a purple field, but in the TV series the field is blue.

MembersEdit

  • Lord Jason Mallister, the head of the family. Currently is held prisoner at Seagard.
    • Ser Patrek Mallister, his eldest son and heir. He attended the Red Wedding, and is one of the few guests who were taken alive by the Freys. Currently is held prisoner at Seagard.
  • Ser Denys Mallister, Lord Jason's elderly uncle, a member of the Night's Watch and commander of the Shadow Tower.

No character named "Jaremy Mallister" has been mentioned in the books.

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House Mallister
Lord: Lord Jason Mallister Heir:
House-Mallister-Main-Shield
Seat: Seagard Lands: The Riverlands
Title(s): Lord of Seagard
Current members:Ser Denys Mallister
Deceased members:Ser Jaremy Mallister
Overlord:House Tully

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