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The '''Siege of Great Wyk''' was a battle of the [[Greyjoy Rebellion]]. Following the destruction of the [[Iron Fleet]] at the [[Battle of Fair Isle]], [[Stannis Baratheon]] led the [[Iron Throne|royal]] fleet in a counterattack and subdued [[Great Wyk]], the largest of the [[Iron Islands]], while [[Old Wyk]] [[Siege of Old Wyk|fell]] to Ser [[Barristan Selmy]]. These two victories paved the way for the subsequent [[Siege of Pyke]], which spelled the end of the [[ironborn]] rebellion.
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The '''Siege of Great Wyk''' was a battle of the [[Greyjoy Rebellion]]. Following the destruction of the [[Iron Fleet]] at the [[Battle of Fair Isle]], [[Stannis Baratheon]] led the [[Iron Throne|royal]] fleet in a counterattack and subdued [[Great Wyk]], the largest of the [[Iron Islands]], while [[Old Wyk]] [[Siege of Old Wyk|fell]] to Ser [[Barristan Selmy]]. These two victories paved the way for the subsequent [[Siege of Pyke]], which spelled the end of the [[ironborn]] rebellion.<ref>"[[Greyjoy Rebellion (Histories & Lore)]]"</ref>
   
 
==In the books==
 
==In the books==
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In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Stannis Baratheon lead an assualt of Great Wyk during the Greyjoy Rebellion.
==See also==
 
* [http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Siege_of_Great_Wyk The Siege of Great Wyk at A Wiki of Ice and Fire]
 
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Siege of Great Wyk
Stannis Great Wyk
Conflict

Greyjoy Rebellion

Date

289 AL

Place

Great Wyk, the the Iron Islands

Outcome

Iron Throne victory

Combatants

House Greyjoy

Iron Throne

Commanders

Unknown

Lord Stannis Baratheon

Casualties

Unknown

Unknown

The Siege of Great Wyk was a battle of the Greyjoy Rebellion. Following the destruction of the Iron Fleet at the Battle of Fair Isle, Stannis Baratheon led the royal fleet in a counterattack and subdued Great Wyk, the largest of the Iron Islands, while Old Wyk fell to Ser Barristan Selmy. These two victories paved the way for the subsequent Siege of Pyke, which spelled the end of the ironborn rebellion.[1]

In the books

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Stannis Baratheon lead an assualt of Great Wyk during the Greyjoy Rebellion.

References

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