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'''King's Mountain''' is a place in the [[Seven Kingdoms]]; its location has not been revealed.
  
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==Recent Events==
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===''A Dance with Dragons''===
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Ser [[Patrek of King's Mountain|Patrek]], one of the [[queen's men]] in service to [[Stannis Baratheon]], is a [[knight]] from King's Mountain.{{Ref|ADWD|Appendix}} Patrek loses his lands in southern [[Westeros]] when he accompanies Stannis north to the [[Wall]].{{Ref|ADWD|49}}
  
'''King's Mountain''' is a settlement in the [[Stormlands]].
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==Behind the Scenes==
 
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Patrek of King's Mountain is named after a friend of [[George R. R. Martin]], Patrick St. Denis of Montreal.<ref>[http://fantasyhotlist.blogspot.com/2012/09/ser-patrek-of-kings-mountain.html Ser Patrek of King's Mountain]</ref> The name of Montreal derives from "Mont Réal" or "Mont Royal" in [[w:French language#Modern French|modern French]] and can be translated as "King's Mountain".
==Recent events==
 
===''A Dance with Dragons''===
 
Ser [[Patrek of King's Mountain|Patrek]], one of the [[queen's men]], is a [[knight]] from King's Mountain.  
 
  
 
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{{Region Stormlands}}
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Latest revision as of 12:42, 9 May 2020

King's Mountain is a place in the Seven Kingdoms; its location has not been revealed.

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

Ser Patrek, one of the queen's men in service to Stannis Baratheon, is a knight from King's Mountain.[1] Patrek loses his lands in southern Westeros when he accompanies Stannis north to the Wall.[2]

Behind the Scenes

Patrek of King's Mountain is named after a friend of George R. R. Martin, Patrick St. Denis of Montreal.[3] The name of Montreal derives from "Mont Réal" or "Mont Royal" in modern French and can be translated as "King's Mountain".

References