According to the Seven-Pointed Star, King Hugor is a major part of the Faith of the Seven. He was supposedly crowned by the Father himself who pulled down seven stars to make his crown. The Maid brought forth a girl supple as a willow with eyes like deep blue pools that Hugor took as his first wife. The Mother made her fertile, and she bore him forty-four mighty sons as foretold by the Crone. The Warrior gave each son strength of arms and the Smith wrought each a suit of iron plate. His realm was extensive, spreading from the hills of northern Andalos to the southern marches, now called the Flatlands, in the south.
A Dance with Dragons
While sailing down the Rhoyne aboard the Shy Maid, Tyrion Lannister adopts the pseudonym Hugor Hill, presumably a play on his Westerland accent ("Hill" being the bastard name of the Westerlands) and the ancient Andal king.
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