The group and a handful of guards leave for White Harbor with Catelyn Stark and Ser Rodrik Cassel. The group is just an hour or two away from the Boar’s Head Tavern when arrows fly out of the tree line from ahead. Several Stark guards fall as a wildling raiding party appears. The group charges to the defense of Lady Catelyn and rushes off after the wildlings. Chimaera jumps a small ravine to run down a wilding, and after doing that finds himself surrounded. Marten lets his shadowcat loose and together they take down a wildling. Heydon also runs down a wildling and kills another and Ser Walter deals with one himself. All in all the group dispatches six wildlings rather quickly, and only Chimaera is wounded.
The rest of the journey goes uneventful and they find themselves in King’s Landing harbor looking up at the Red Keep and the largest city they have ever seen. After finding an inn, the group prepares to turn in for the night. Catelyn sends Ser Rodrik away on a quest, and asks Ser Walter to stay in her room until Ser Rodrik comes back. This draws remarks from the group as they know of Ser Walter and his “activities” with Lady Magmar.
Catelyn sleeps in the bed as Ser Walter waits patiently for Ser Rodrik to return when there’s a loud banging on the door. Loud enough for the rest of the group to hear. At this point Chimaera is still wounded and Heydon is quite drunk. “Open in the name of the King” the guard shouts, which causes alarm in everyone. Ser Walter opens the door with his hand on his sword ready for action. There’s a bored looking group of guards out in the hall. At this time, the rest of the group is approaching from down the hall ready for a fight. They were sent to fetch Lady Catelyn – how anyone knows she’s here is a mystery to the group. Tensions are high as the group is preparing to take out the guards when Catelyn appears dressed and diffuses the tension.
They follow the guards for abit and come to the Red Keep and to a room with a short man waiting for them. Lord Petyr Baelish – Littlefinger. After a conversation they find out the dagger was his, but he lost it to Tyrion Lannister at Prince Joffrey’s Name Day Tourney when Ser Jaime was unhorsed by Ser Loras Tyrell. They meet Lord Varys, and are warned not to trust anyone.