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BeitragThema: Lady Stoneheart   Fr 21 Jul 2017 - 21:23

Lady Stoneheart

Äußeres

Alter: 35 Jahre
Rasse: wiederbelebte Person
Geschlecht: weiblich
Körperhaltung: aufrecht
Auffälligkeiten (Narben, Behinderung, Tatoos etc.): Lady Stoneheart ist schon lange nicht mehr als Mensch zu erkenne, jedenfalls als lebender Mensch. Sie hat nun eine sehr vom Wasser ausgebleichte (auch mit der Farbe von geronnener Milch zu vergleichen) Haut und milchige Augen. Das Auffällige ist wohl am ehesten ihre Schnittwunde am Hals, das ihr Todesurteil damals war. Hinzugefügt wurde diese Narbe damals von Raymund Frey, dem Sohn (der 11 von sehr vielen) von Walder Frey. Durch das Wasser ist Stonehearts Gesicht eher aufgedunsen. Sie trägt viele Narben, und man sieht deutlich die Spuren des Todes an ihr. Sie trägt meistens nur einen Mantel und eher sehr alte Kleider. Zudem hat sie weiße Haare, wo die Hälfte jedoch davon ausgefallen ist.
Aussehen:
- Größe:  176 cm
- Gewicht:  50 kg
- Statur: das sie eine Frau ist, kann man natürlich sehen, dennoch erinnerte sie wohl einen eher an ein Skelett. Sie sieht zwar immer noch feminin und zerbrechlich aus, aber das sollte einen so gut es geht nicht täuschen.

Umfeld

Familie:
- Partner: Eddard (Ned) Stark
- Eltern: Hoster und Minisa Whent
- Geschwister: drei Unbekannte Söhne, Edmure Tully, Lysa Tully
Freunde: keine
Bekannte: Petyr Baelish, Jon Arryn, Cersei Lannister,, Jaime Lannister, Tyrion Lannister, Robert Baratheon, Tywin Lannister, Aerys Targaryen, Rhaegar Targaryen, etc.
Wohnort: einst Winterfell, jetzt reist sie eher umher
Vereine/Mitglied von: Männer ohne Banner
Ansehen/Ruf: Die Henkerin, Catelyn Stark, Schweigende Schwester, Cat, Mutter Gnadenlos

Besonderheiten, Gewohnheiten

Hobbys: andere richten, reisen, ihre Rache bekommen, andere auf ihre Fehler hinweisen
(schlechte) Angewohnheiten: ist sehr von Rache getrieben
Talente: sie erkennt schnell die Schwächen ihrer Opfer, und auch wenn man es nicht erwarten kann, denkt sie sehr rational
Phobien: //
hervorstechender Charakterzug: Einst war Lady Stoneheart eine sehr gutherzige Frau. Natürlich war es die Aufgabe einer Mutter sich um die Kinder zu sorgen. So sieht man es auch, dass sie fast schon verrückt und paranoid wurde, als Bran aus dem Fenster stürzte und sie dann später auch noch sich mit einem Auftragsmörder anlegte, der sie beinahe umgebracht hatte. Sie war aber dennoch eine sehr weise Frau und dachte immer erst an andere und dann an sich. Sie war zudem auch sehr misstrauisch und konnte richtig wütend werden, so auch, als Eddard mit einem fremden Kind nach Hause kam. Diesem brachte sie dann nur Hass entgegen. Sie war also nicht nur eine liebenswerte Frau. 
Auf der roten Hochzeit jedoch, als sie zusehen musste, wie ihr Sohn Robb starb, wurde sie verrückt, lachte nur noch wie eine Verrückte. Sie verlor ihren Verstand. Das wurde natürlich Unterbrochen, als man ihr die Kehle durchschnitt. So wurde sie zu Lady Stoneheart, ein Wesen, dass nur von Hass getrieben war. Man könnte meinen, sie lässt sich nur von diesem Gefühl leiten, aber das stimmt nicht ganz. Man merkt schnell das sie ein Ziel verfolgt und ein sehr rationales Denken an den Tag legt. So ist es ihr auch möglich, Jon als echten Stark zu sehen, das was sie damals nie konnte. Dennoch tritt sie die meisten Zeit als eine sehr herzlose Frau auf, die nicht davor zurück schreckt, Leute zu töten wenn es sein muss.

(An-)Triebe

Motivation: sich selbst
Ziele: das das Haus Stark wieder zur alten Stärke zurück findet
Wünsche: ihr Ziel erreichen
(Tag-)Träume: //
Neid: //
Hass: Die Freys und auch die Leute die sich einst gegen das Haus Stark verschworen
Eifersucht: //
Ängste: //

Vergangenheit

Geburtsort: Riverrun
früheres Umfeld: ihre Familie
„Leichen im Keller“: schon sehr viele
Lebensgeschichte:
Catelyn is the eldest daughter of Lord Hoster Tully, the Lord of Riverrun, head of House Tully and Lord Paramount of the Trident, and his wife, Lady Minisa Whent. She was annointed with the seven oils and named in the sept of Riverrun.[22] Catelyn had two older brothers, who both died in infancy, causing her father to regard her as his heir until the birth of Catelyn's younger brother, Edmure.[23] Catelyn also has a sister, Lysa, who is two years younger than her.[24]


Catelyn was raised at Riverrun. She was close with her sister Lysa,[25] and would play with her two younger siblings, as well as with her father's young ward, Petyr Baelish.[21][26] Just as her younger siblings and Petyr were wont to do, Catelyn would go to her uncle, Ser Brynden Tully, with her tears and tales, whenever Lord Hoster was too busy, and Lady Minisa was too ill.[24] When Catelyn's mother died in childbirth, along with her son, Lord Hoster told his daugther that she had to be the Lady of Riverrun in her mother's stead.[23] Catelyn does not have many memories of her mother,[20] though she still remembers her warm smile and soft hands.[6]Her relationship with her father was a close one, and according to Catelyn, Lord Hoster cherished her best of all his children.[23] Whenever Hoster would ride off to court or a battle, he would tell Catelyn to watch for him from the battlements of Riverrun, which she did.[14] And when his eyes tired, Hoster would have Catelyn read to him in his solar.[17]


Catelyn and Lysa played together as girls, and even had a secret language.[21] Once, they made mud pies and served them to Petyr, who ate them and as a consequence was sick for a week.[27] Catelyn and Lysa also practised kissing with Petyr in the godswood of Riverrun, where Petyr attempted to stick his tongue in their mouths - an attempt which Catelyn halted, but Lysa both allowed and enjoyed.[28] Catelyn often accompanied her father on his travels, and had visited the inn at the crossroads on multiple occasions.[27][29] Once, Catelyn, Lysa and Petyr accompanied Hoster to Seagard. During the journey to the seat of House Mallister, they stopped at Oldstones, where Catelyn had played at being Jenny of Oldstones, while Petyr had pretended to be her Prince of Dragonflies.[29] On their way back from Seagard to Riverrun, Catelyn and Lysa got lost in the mist, and were eventually found by Petyr Baelish.[9]






fter the arrival of the royal party at Winterfell, Catelyn receives a letter from her sister Lysa, stating that the Lannisters had killed her husband Jon Arryn, the late Hand of the King. This puts the Starks on guard, as Eddard has just been offered the position of Hand by his friend, King Robert I Baratheon. Catelyn pushes Ned to accept the offer along with a betrothal that would make Sansa queen one day. Despite misgivings about going to King's Landing, Ned accepts.[21]


When Bran is left in a coma having apparently fallen while climbing one of Winterfell's keeps, Catelyn stays by his side for eight days, ignoring her own affairs and those of Winterfell. On the eighth night, she is attacked by an assassin who had come for Bran. During the ensuing struggle she grabs the blade of his knife, causing deep lacerations to her palms, before Bran's direwolf attacks and kills him.[12] After recovering, Catelyn travels to King's Landing along with Ser Rodrik Cassel to inform Eddard, sailing on the Storm Dancer. Despite having travelled in secret they are met by guards upon their arrival, and are taken to a brothel owned by Petyr Baelish, Catelyn's childhood friend, who tells her that the Valyrian steel dagger used in the attack belonged to Tyrion Lannister.[1]


On their way back to Winterfell, still travelling in secret, they encounter Tyrion at the inn at the crossroads. He recognises her, exposing her identity to those present, which includes men-at-arms in service to bannermen of House Tully. Catelyn successfully appeals to them to detain Tyrion for conspiring to murder her son, and assist her in returning him to Winterfell to await justice.[27] Despite Catelyn announcing her intention to take him to Winterfell, their party instead makes its way to the Eyrie for trial. During the journey they come under attack by clansmen on the high road in the Mountains of the Moon. Tyrion successfully persuades Catelyn to allow her captives to take up arms, and goes on to save her during the skirmish.[24] At the Eyrie, Tyrion is thrown into a sky cell, but escapes execution by convincing a sellsword to fight in a trial by combat.[33] Meanwhile, the arrest had become a catalyst for the war that followed, as Tywin Lannister orders Ser Gregor Clegane and other raiders to attack the riverlands in retribution.[38]


Her son Robb having marched south with his father's bannermen in response to Eddard's arrest in King's Landing, Catelyn joins House Manderly's levies at White Harbor and meets the northern host in the field at Moat Cailin.[39] She is accompanied by her uncle, Ser Brynden Tully, who had left his service to House Arryn, disgusted by Lysa's refusal to help against the Lannisters.[33] When Robb is about to place Greatjon Umber in command of the infantry force sent to engage Tywin Lannister, Catelyn is able to convince him to appoint Roose Bolton, a man of cold calculation.[39] Robb wants Catelyn to return to the north, but she stays with the army in order to see her dying father.[39]


When the army finds it necessary to cross the Green Fork, the delicate task of negotiating with Lord Walder Frey falls to Catelyn, who negotiates passage by promising, among other things, Robb's hand in marriage to one of the many women of House Frey.[8] She is present for his victory at the battle in the Whispering Wood, where her guard is commanded by Hallis Mollen.[14] After the news of Eddard's execution by order of King Joffrey I Baratheon, Catelyn is filled with grief but maintains composure for the sake of her son. During the war council at Riverrun, Catelyn argues for peace with the south so that Sansa and Arya might be more easily brought to safety, but Robb and the assembled lords make clear their desire to continue the war, with the Greatjon declaring Robb the first King in the North in three centuries.[28]


Catelyn advises against Robb's plan to send Eddard's ward, Theon Greyjoy, on a diplomatic mission to offer terms of an alliance with his father, Lord Balon Greyjoy, as she does not trust either.[20]


It is Catelyn's idea to attempt to ally with Renly Baratheon, who has a massive host, but she wishes to remain with Robb.[20] When he threatens to send the boisterous Greatjon as his envoy, Catelyn relents and goes herself, accepting the fact that her son was becoming a man. She travels south to Bitterbridge to meet King Renly's host, where she finds him hosting a great melee.[40] When news arrives that Renly's brother Stannis is laying siege to Storm's End, the seat of House Baratheon, Catelyn rides with Renly and part of his host to Storm's End.[41] Catelyn is present for the inconclusive parley between the two brothers, and witnesses Renly's murder later that night by a mysterious creature of shadow. Brienne of Tarth, one of Renly's Rainbow Guard, is the only other person present, so the pair flee in the knowledge that they would be blamed for the murder. They journey to Riverrun, and on the way Catelyn takes Brienne into her service.[6]


Upon hearing of her two youngest sons' supposed murder at the hand of Theon Greyjoy following his capture of Winterfell, Catelyn frees Robb's hostage, Jaime Lannister, in a covert attempt to exchange him for her daughters, captives at King's Landing.[9][42]


Catelyn's brother Edmure places her under house arrest at Riverrun,[35] but Robb pardons Cat after he tells her of his wedding to Jeyne Westerling.[15] Her father Hoster finally dies at Riverrun.[43] While traveling to the Twins for Lord Edmure's marriage with Roslin Frey, Catelyn objects to Robb's intention to name Jon Snow his heir.[29] Robb intends to have Catelyn remain at Seagard under the protection of Lord Jason Mallister for the remainder of the war.[29]


Catelyn attends Edmure's wedding at the Twins, only for the Freys and Boltons to betray the Starks, murdering Catelyn, Robb, and many of Robb's men in an act of treachery that becomes known as the Red Wedding. In a desperate attempt to save her son's life, Catelyn seizes the lackwit, Aegon Frey, and tries to trade his life for Robb's. When Robb is killed nonetheless, she slits Aegon's throat, just before Raymund Frey slits hers.[18] The Freys dump her body naked into the Green Fork, a mockery of House Tully's funeral customs,[44] after Catelyn has been dead for a day and a night.[45]


Three days after her death,[3] Catelyn's corpse is retrieved from the Green Fork by Arya Stark's direwolf, Nymeria, who runs away when humans approach.[46] Catelyn is resurrected by Lord Beric Dondarrion, who gives his life for hers through the last kiss. Catelyn's wounds only partially heal, however, leaving her mutilated and without the ability to speak. Consumed with the desire for vengeance over her family's betrayal and murder, she assumes command of Beric's outlaw band, the brotherhood without banners, and leads them in mercilessly pursuing and executing everyone she considers a Lannister collaborator, among them Petyr and Merrett Frey at Oldstones.


A cloaked and hooded woman is spoken of in the vicinity of Fairmarket[3] and Hag's Mire.[47] There are also tales of a woman called Stoneheart leading a band of outlaws different from Beric's brotherhood. According to one story, she was hanged by Freys but revived by Beric, and now the two lovers cannot die.[2] The mysterious woman is also known as the Silent Sister, Mother Merciless and the Hangwoman.[3]


While leading the brotherhood, Stoneheart's outlaws come upon a small party led by Brienne of Tarth, who insists she is searching for Sansa at the behest of Jaime Lannister. Thoros reveals to Brienne that Beric's brotherhood has been broken. Using a young northman as her interpreter, Stoneheart says that Brienne has turned traitor, as she carries Oathkeeper, a Lannister sword forged from the Stark Valyrian steel blade, Ice. Brienne swears she is still faithful but Stoneheart insists she must prove it by killing Jaime. Brienne refuses, stating that Jaime has changed. Stoneheart says she must choose, either kill Jaime or be hanged. Brienne refuses to choose. Just before she, Hyle Hunt and Podrick Payne are to be executed, however, Brienne shouts out a word.


Death has changed Catelyn. Stoneheart is less gracious and forgiving than in life and is consumed with a desire for vengeance on anyone she thinks betrayed her and her son, Robb. She hangs any men associated with the Freys, Boltons, or Lannisters, even if they had nothing to do with the "Red Wedding" or if they are boys, as is the case of Podrick Payne. Her appearance has been altered as well, with her flesh becoming soft and the color of curdled milk due to her corpse being submerged in river water for days. Half of her hair is gone and the rest is white and brittle. In addition, her wounds have not healed with her face covered in scratch marks and her throat still slit open. To speak she must cover the wound on her throat; even then she is difficult to understand.
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