Historia Turniejów w Westeros

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Ten artykuł jest wykazem znanych turniejów w całej historii Westeros. Poniżej są one wymienione w kolejności w przybliżeniu chronologicznej. Daty podano w latach po Podboju Aegona (AC).


Turnieje legendarne

Podobno pierwszy turniej w Westeros odbył się w Reach. Według legendy pięćdziesięciu lordów rywalizowało w nim o rękę Maris Dziewicy, córki Gartha Zielonorękiego. Mówi się, że turniej wygrał Argoth Kamiennoskóry, ale Maris poślubiła Uthora z Wysokiej Wieży, nim Argoth mógł jej zażądać.[1]

Loreon II Lannister, Król Skały, według podań zorganizował pierwszy turniej na Zachodzie i był a nim niepokonany.[2]

Turniej Królewski w 28 AC

Data: 28AC[3]

Turniej na Polu Róż

Ród Tyrellów zorganizował go za panowania króla Jaehaerysa I Targaryena. Był uznawany za najwspanialszy turniej tego pokolenia.[4]

Turniej z okazji pięćdziesięciolecia panowania króla Jaehaerysa

Data: 98AC[5]

Tourney for King Viserys I's accession

Date: 104AC, Główny artykuł: Tourney for King Viserys I's accession[6]

At Staw Dziewic, Criston Cole gave the melee victor's laurel to Rhaenyra Targaryen, who gave him her favor for the joust.



Great tourney on the fifth anniversary of King Viserys I and Queen Alicent's marriage

Date: 111AC[7][8]

During this tourney, Queen Alicent dressed in green, whilst Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen dressed in black, creating the origin of the names greens and blacks for respective parties.[7] Prince Daemon Targaryen returned to Królewska Przystań during this tourney from his wars at the Stopnie to swear fealty to his brother, King Viserys I Targaryen.[8]

Tourney at King's Landing for the wedding of Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen and Ser Laenor Velaryon

Date: 114AC[8]

Other participants:

Mêlée at Last Hearth

Date: 170AC, Główny artykuł: Mêlée at Last Hearth[9]

This mêlée is known for having 18 men killed and 27 maimed during its proceedings.[9]

Unnamed tourney

Tourney at Lannisport

Princess Daenerys's wedding tourney

Date: 187AC[12]

Tourney at Królewska Przystań

Date: 193AC[11]

Hastilude for Lord Baratheon's grandson

Date: 200AC[11]

Tourney at King's Landing

Date: 206AC[11]

Reigniting the age-old feud between houses Blackwood and Bracken, Ser Otho "the Brute of Bracken" slew Lord Blackwood at this tourney, smashing his helm and face with a blow from a blunted longaxe.

Tourney at Staw Dziewic

Date: 207AC, Główny artykuł: Tourney at Maidenpool[11]

Melee champion: Humfrey Hardyng

  • Humfrey Hardyng defeated Donnel of Duskendale
  • Humfrey Hardyng defeated Lord Royce
  • Humfrey Hardyng defeated Lord Arryn

Tourney at Ashford Meadow

Date: 209AC, Główny artykuł: Tourney at Ashford Meadow[11]

The Ashford tourney provides the setting for The Hedge Knight and is presented in great detail in the short story, as well as in a graphic novel adaptation. The tournament was arranged by Lord Ashford in honour of his daughter, who reigned as queen of love and beauty and was defended by five champions. The outcome of the tournament is unknown to us, and the event itself came to be overshadowed by the trial of seven that developed out of a confrontation between Duncan the Tall and Prince Aerion Brightflame, resulting in the death of Crown Prince Baelor Targaryen.

Wedding tourney at Whitewalls

Date: 211AC, Główny artykuł: Wedding tourney at Whitewalls[13]

The tourney at Whitewalls provides the setting for Tajemniczy Rycerz and the Second Blackfyre Rebellion. It was arranged by Lord Ambrose Butterwell to celebrate his second marriage, to a daughter of Ród Freyów. The format was a standard knock-out tournament; only few outcomes are known to us, and the tourney was aborted prematurely when an army led by Brynden Rivers surrounded Whitewalls. Two knights entered the lists under false names: Duncan the Tall as the mystery “Gallows Knight,” Daemon II Blackfyre as “John the Fiddler.”

Tourney at Blackhaven

Date: 246AC/247AC

This tournament is notable as the first appearance of Barristan Selmy. Selmy, then a squire of ten years, acquired a suit of armor and entered the lists as a mystery knight. He jousted well until being defeated by Duncan Targaryen and unmasked. He was dubbed Barristan the Bold for his deeds that day.

Winter Tourney at Królewska Przystań

Date: 252AC/253AC

King Aegon V Targaryen knighted the 16-year-old Barristan Selmy for his great acts of prowess at this event.

Tourney of the Silver Bridge

Only Ser Barristan's entry in the White Book tells of this tourney. He defended the passage against all comers.

Champion: Barristan Selmy

Tourney at Staw Dziewic

Champion: Barristan Selmy

Oldtown tourney

  • Barristan Selmy defeated Blackshield, unmasking the mystery knight and revealing him to be the Bastard of Uplands

Unknown tourney

Champion: Denys Mallister.

Unknown tourney

Date: prior to 267AC

Anniversary Tourney

Date: 272AC, Główny artykuł: Anniversary Tourney

Tywin Lannister hosted a tourney at Królewska Przystań to celebrate the tenth year of King Aerys II Targaryen's reign.[14]

Tournament in honor of Viserys's birth

Date: 276AC, Główny artykuł: Turniej z okazji narodzin Viserysa

Champion: Ser Arthur Dayne

Tywin Lannister held a tourney at Lannisport to honor the birth of Prince Viserys Targaryen. King Aerys II Targaryen refused Tywin's offer to marry Prince Rhaegar Targaryen to Cersei Lannister.[15][14]

Tourney at Koniec Burzy

Date: between 276AC and 281AC, Główny artykuł: Tourney at Storm's End

The information about this tourney is problematic because some details in Nawałnica Mieczy conflict. In response, George R. R. Martin suggested that the outlaw Simon Toyne was already dead by this time and the elderly Ser Barristan misremembered.[16]

Champion: Barristan Selmy [17]

Unnamed melee

Date: 279AC

This may have been a squires-only melee.

Wielki Turniej w Harrenhal

Date: 281AC, Główny artykuł: Turniej w Harrenhal

Possibly the most pivotal event prior to Pieśń Lodu i Ognia, this tourney took place more than a decade before the events in Gra o Tron, and few details have been disclosed so far. The tourney was held by Lord Walter Whent in honor of his daughter and to show off his house's power; it was the greatest tourney of its time and perhaps ever. Crown Prince Rhaegar Targaryen was champion, and in the end chose Lyanna Stark as queen of love and beauty. This was scandalous in that, not only was Rhaegar already married (to Elia Martell), but Lyanna herself was betrothed to Robert Baratheon. Rhaegar's indiscretion culminated in his abduction of Lyanna a year later, which touched off the War of the Usurper and brought an end to Targaryen rule. Also at this occasion, fifteen-year-old Jaime Lannister was admitted into the order of the Gwardia Królewska, and a mystery knight, the "Knight of the Laughing Tree", appeared in the lists to fight for the honor of Howland Reed of Greywater Watch.

Joust : Champion: Rhaegar Targaryen.

  • Unknown jousters defeated the four sons of Lord Walter Whent of Harrenhal
  • Unknown defeated Oswell Whent
  • The Knight of the Laughing Tree defeated a member of House Haigh
  • The Knight of the Laughing Tree defeated a member of House Blount
  • The Knight of the Laughing Tree defeated a member of House Frey
  • Rhaegar Targaryen defeated Yohn Royce
  • Rhaegar Targaryen defeated Brandon Stark
  • Rhaegar Targaryen defeated Arthur Dayne
  • Rhaegar Targaryen defeated Barristan Selmy

Melee :

King Robert's wedding

Date: 284AC

A tourney was held in celebration of King Robert I Baratheon's marriage to Cersei Lannister.

Champion: Jaime Lannister

Unnamed tourney

Date: Between 285AC and 290AC

Tourney in celebration of Balon Greyjoy's defeat

Date: 289AC, Główny artykuł: Tourney at Lannisport

After King Robert's forces defeated Greyjoy's Rebellion, a tourney was arranged in celebration at nearby Lannisport. Jorah Mormont, recently knighted for his valorous acts in the final battle at Pyke, won the tournament and with it the hand of Lynesse Hightower, whose favor he wore.[18]

Champion: Jorah Mormont

  • Also jousting: Lynesse's brothers

Unnamed tourney in Królewska Przystań

Date: 294AC

Champion: Barristan Selmy[19] (aged 57)[20]

Unnamed tourney

Date: 297AC

Tourney on Prince Joffrey's name day

Date: 298AC, Główny artykuł: Tourney on Prince Joffrey's name day

Champion: Loras Tyrell

The Hand's tourney

Date: 298AC, Główny artykuł: Hand's tourney

This tourney is described in great detail over a number of chapters in Gra o Tron. It is held at King's Landing in honor of Eddard Stark, the newly appointed Hand of King Robert I Baratheon. It includes an archery tournament, a melee, and a round-based jousting competition. The jousting competition ends when Gregor Clegane attacks Loras Tyrell after their tilt. Sandor Clegane steps in and saves Loras's life, fighting his own brother to an impasse. After Robert puts a stop to the fighting, Loras yields the final tilt to Sandor in gratitude.

Champion: Sandor Clegane

Other participants: Yohn Royce, Hobber Redwyne, Patrek Mallister, Jared Frey, Hosteen Frey, Danwell Frey, Emmon Frey, Theo Frey, Perwyn Frey, Martyn Rivers, Jalabhar Xho, Arys Oakheart, Mandon Moore, Preston Greenfield

Archery champion: Anguy the Archer, defeating Balon Swann and Jalabhar Xho at the final distance

Melee champion: Thoros z Myr

Tourney on King Joffrey's name day

Date: 299AC, Główny artykuł: Tourney on King Joffrey's name day

This tourney happens in the first Sansa chapter of Starcie Królów. It is held at Królewska Przystań in honor of the young King Joffrey I Baratheon. It is called off prematurely by the king after the Ser Dontos Hollard shames himself by appearing drunk.

Melee at Bitterbridge

Date: 299AC, Główny artykuł: Melee at Bitterbridge

Only the end of this event, a large melee of 116 knights, is described in the books, Chapter 22 in Starcie Królów and Chapter 20 in Uczta dla Wron. The tourney is arranged by the self-proclaimed King Renly Baratheon (younger brother of the late Robert I Baratheon) at Bitterbridge on his march towards King's Landing during the Wojna Pięciu Królów.

Champion: Brienne z Tarthu.

Melee at Runestone

Date: 300AC

This is a melee for squires only.


The remaining results cannot be tied to a specific event. These encounters may have happened at the same tourney or not.


  1. Świat Lodu i Ognia, Reach: Garth Greenhand.
  2. Świat Lodu i Ognia, Zachód.
  3. Świat Lodu i Ognia, Targaryenowie na Tronie: Maegor I.
  4. Świat Lodu i Ognia, Reach: Wysogród.
  5. Świat Lodu i Ognia, Targaryenowie na Tronie: Jaehaerys I.
  6. Książę Łotrzyk.
  7. 7,0 7,1 Księżniczka i Królowa.
  8. 8,0 8,1 8,2 Książę Łotrzyk.
  9. 9,0 9,1 Świat Lodu i Ognia, The North.
  10. Nawałnica Mieczy, Rozdział 24, Bran II.
  11. 11,0 11,1 11,2 11,3 11,4 11,5 Błędny Rycerz.
  12. Świat Lodu i Ognia, The Targaryen Kings: Daeron II.
  13. Tajemniczy Rycerz.
  14. 14,0 14,1 14,2 14,3 14,4 14,5 Świat Lodu i Ognia, The Targaryen Kings: Aerys II.
  15. 15,0 15,1 Uczta dla Wron, Rozdział 24, Cersei V.
  16. So Spake Martin: Some Continuity Oddities, February 12, 2001
  17. 17,0 17,1 Nawałnica Mieczy, Rozdział 42, Daenerys IV.
  18. Starcie Królów, Rozdział 12, Daenerys I.
  19. 19,0 19,1 Gra o Tron, Rozdział 25, Eddard V.
  20. Nawałnica Mieczy, Rozdział 67, Jaime VIII.
  21. Gra o Tron, Chapter 25, Eddard
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