A Song of Ice and Fire: Peril at King's Landing and Beyond

Jessie's First Chronicle Entry
The Wedding Through the eyes of Jessie

The wedding through the eyes of jessie

All my brothers including the bastard and his mute where all together in fathers office where he told us we where throwing a wedding for two other banner houses. like always i really didnt care what was coming out of fathers mouth he never cares about the youngest of his children. until the guest list came to order then i listen very closely i heard the name sylvie and knew her house was very wealth from my studies, I also knew she would make a very good person to be friends with further down the line because someday she will have power! so i came up with the plan to infiltrate her trust and befriend her. when everyone started to arrive i seen the bride was first to come through the gate i quickly jumped on the chance to escort her in and get her away from her family and into a private convo. after making her my friend I convinced her, Her husband was in danger (thats a lie) which she was somewhat happy of by what i noticed of her body language but then she quickly coverd it up by saying oh no not till after the wedding. Intrigued would be a understatement i need to know whats going on!!!

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