House Flint of Widow's Watch is a noble house in the North. They swore fealty to House Stark of Winterfell. Their words are currently unknown. Their seat is Widow's Watch a minor castle that extends to the northern peninsula known as the Bite.


A member of House Flint tried to make himself King-Beyond-the-Wall. Another dark rumor is of a Flint being raped in the Nightfort. The Flints fought for Eddard Stark during Robert's Rebellion.

Season 1

During the War of the Five Kings, they fought with the northern army in the Battle of the Whispering Wood. They were present when Robb Stark when he was hailed as King in the North.

Season 3

They were also present during the Red Wedding. They lost their lord during the massacre. Only a few men escaped.

Season 4

The Flints presumably bent the knee to House Bolton. However, it is currently unknown who is the current lord of the House.

Season 6

Their lands were seen during the war council by Jon Snow and Davos Seaworth. They presumably declared Jon Snow as King of the North.


  • Lord Flint, Head of the house. Presumably killed during the Red Wedding.


  • Lady Arya Flint , wife of Rodrik Stark, mother of Lyarra Stark.


In the books

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, House Flint of Widow's Watch is a noble house from Widow's Watch in the east of the north. They are probably the most powerful branch of House Flint. While the Flints of the mountains claim to be the oldest of the Flints, a semi-canon source states the Flints of Widow's Watch are the senior branch of the extended Flint family, which includes the mountain Flints and House Flint of Flint's Finger.

Neither their arms or their words appear in the text. A semi-canon source blazons their banner as a blue field strewn with whitecaps, on a yellow chief with crested line a pair of blue eyes and gives their motto as "Ever Vigilant".

Lady Lyessa Flint is the head of the house. She makes no appearance in the novels, only mentioned very briefly.

Robin Flint, Lyessa's son, is one of Robb Stark's personal guards. He is killed in the Red Wedding by a group of Freys.

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