ACOK - Heir to Seagard, sworn to King Robb Stark.
Lord Jason Mallister’s son and heir, with him on the kingsroad on the way to the Hand’s tourney. Seen by Sansa at the Hand’s tourney.
Among Robb’s 30 guards going into the surprise battle.
Pg. 135 ACOK Theon thinks on how Patrek was not too ill a fellow; they shared a taste for wenches, wine, and hawking. When old Lord Jason saw his heir growing fond of Theon’s company, he reminded Patrek that Seagard had been built to defend the coast against reavers from the Iron Islands.
Lord Jason Mallister
AGOT - Lord of Seagard and bannerman to Lord Hoster Tully.
ACOK - Lord of Seagard and bannerman to King Robb.
Pg. 239 AGOT Brown hair salted with white, his face chiseled gaunt by time, yet the years had not touched his pride. He rode like a man who feared nothing. Catelyn Tully came across him and his men on the kingsroad, likely on his way to the Hand’s tourney. The last time she had seen him he had been jesting with her uncle at her wedding feast. His gifts had been lavish. He did not recognize Catelyn.
Pg. 247 AGOT At the Hand’s tourney, in indigo chased with silver, the wings of an eagle on his helm. He had cut down three of Rhaegar’s bannermen on the Trident.
Pg. 511 AGOT Lord Tywin says the Jason Mallister lacks the strength to fight alone, so he is not a threat to the Lannisters.
Brought his power out from Seagard to join Robb’s surprise host.
At the war council in Riverrun, laid his sword down for Robb as King in the North.
After Robb was crowned, Lord Jason announced his intent to return to his seat at Seagard, still mercifully untouched by the fighting.
Pg. 131 ACOK Sent birds to Pyke notify Lord Balon of Theon’s impending visit. When Theon and his crew found no longship at Seagard, they supposed Robb’s birds to Lord Balon were lost.
Pg. 135 ACOK Had slain Rodrik Greyjoy, Theon’s brother and Balon’s first son, under the walls of the Booming Tower in Seagard, and threw the ironmen back into the bay.
When old Lord Jason saw his heir, Patrek, growing fond of Theon’s company, he reminded Patrek that Seagard had been built to defend the coast against reavers from the Iron Islands.
Pg. 150 ACOK Defeated by Ser Jorah Mormont at Robert’s tourney held in Lannisport in celebration of defeating Balon Greyjoy.
Ser Denys Mallister
ACOK - Commander of Shadow Tower.
Wrote to Lord Mormont in Castle Black that mountain people are moving south, slipping past the Shadow Tower in numbers greater than ever before.
Pg. 654 AGOT He wrote to Lord Commander Mormont that they see fires in the mountains, huge blazes that burn from dusk till dawn.
Lesser house sworn to Riverrun, of Seaguard.
Pg. 23 (digital) AGOT Mallister freeriders had caught Will red-handed in their own woods, skinning one of the Mallisters’ own bucks.
Pg. 403 (digital) AGOT Catelyn came across a Mallister party on the kingsroad riding south for the Hand’s tourney. They could tell because the guardsmen wore indigo cloaks and on their shoulders flew the silver eagle of Seaguard.
Pg. 416 (digital) AGOT At the Hand’s tourney, Lord Jason Mallister wore indigo chased with silver, the wings of an eagle on his helm.
Pg. 433 (digital) AGOT Ned sees a shield outside their tent on the tourney campgrounds displaying the silver eagle of Seagard.
Pg. 422 ACOK When Catelyn, Brienne, and Martyn Rivers’s party forded the Red Fork on their way to Riverrun, the crossing was guarded by a mixed force of archers and pikemen wearing the eagle badge of the Mallisters.
Pg. 1057 (digital) AGOT A messenger told Lord Tywin that he had seen the Mallister eagle at the overrun camp between rivers.
Pg. 1100 (digital) AGOT House Mallister rose for Robb as King in the North, even though they had never been ruled from Winterfell.