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House Peasebury is a vassal house from the Stormlands that holds fealty to House Baratheon.

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Season 4Edit

Davos Seaworth reports to Stannis Baratheon he has managed to secure the support of some noble houses, among them House Peasebury.[1]

In the booksEdit

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, House Peasebury is a noble house from the Stormlands, seated at the castle of Poddingfield. Only one member of the house is mentioned in the novels - Robin Peasebury, lord of Poddingfield.

During the War of the Five Kings, Lord Peasebury declares for Renly Baratheon and goes over to Stannis after Renly's death.

Following the Battle of the Blackwater, while several Stormlords bend the knee to Joffrey, House Peasebury remains loyal to Stannis.

Lord Robin Peasebury accompanies Stannis to the north. During the march to Winterfell, four of his men are caught cannibalizing dead bodies and are executed at Stannis's order. Much to Lord Peasebury's embarrassment, there are rumors that he surely knew what his men were doing, and might even have shared in their feasts. When he calls Justin Massey craven, the latter retorts "Better a craven than a cannibal".

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