Is she Myranda? In ACOK, Ramsay as Reek tells Theon "I've had my eye on that Palla, and I hear she's already been had, so..." although it isn't established that Myranda is from Winterfell and the Dreadfort has kennels to be looked after by somebody too. At the very least it's a safe bet that GoT people were inspired by Palla for Myranda's backstory as a kennelmaster's daughter. WaitingForYou (talk) 07:15, May 11, 2015 (UTC)
...Palla is the daughter of Winterfell's kennel master, Myranda is the daughter of the Dreadfort's kennel master. I don't see how you connected the two.--The Dragon Demands (talk) 15:15, May 11, 2015 (UTC)
- One note is that George R.R. Martin spells it kennelmaster as all one word.
- Because if she was a tavern wench, there's about hundreds of those in the books and it something that was a common thing in medieval fantasy literate outside of ASOIAF, but a kennelmaster's daughter (particular as a way to show low status the way Theon does in his POV chapter) is not the most common thing (how many kennelmaster's daughters could you name in fiction) so the show makers got it from Palla and reworked it into Myranda this season. Doesn't make them the same character, but just about inspiration for an particular element of Myranda. WaitingForYou (talk) 15:59, May 11, 2015 (UTC)
Myranda being the Dreadfort's kennelmaster's daughter is more likely a reference to Ben Bones, the Dreafort's kennelmaster in the novels and one of the Bastard's Boys.--Gonzalo84 (talk) 19:00, May 11, 2015 (UTC)