Harrold Grimm is the head of House Grimm and Lord of Greyshield.
Harrold's childhood was cut short when his father was struck down in battle during the Second Greyjoy Rebellion. As heir, he ascended to the lordship of Greyshield, although his mother ruled as regent.
He squired under Ser Brandon Hewett, oft titled Bloodoak, a renowned fighter and uncle on his mother's side. Brandon tutored Harrold in the art of swordsmanship, becoming not only a role-model but a replacement father figure to the young Grimm.
Harrold was knighted at ten and eight, returning to Greyshield after pressure from his mother to marry. She planned a match between him and a Chester, but Harrold wed instead to Alicent Serry; a pretty maiden and childhood friend. After two miscarriages, she gave him a son, and later three daughters.
Through the years, Harrold became a strong leader and an even fiercer warrior.
Important Events Edit
First Era Edit
Harrold remained loyal to the Tyrells during the Ascent of the Lion.
Third Era Edit
At the behest of his brother, Harrold began making expansions to the Grimm's fleet.
Fourth Era Edit
When the War of the False King began, Harrold sent his wife and his daughters to Alicent's childhood home of Southshield for safety. He allowed Edric Grimm, his son, to stay and fight. During the siege of Grimston, Edric led a sortie and was torn from his horse. Harrold was forced to surrender, as Godric - now Master of Ships for Gylen Hightower - had fled with the Grimm fleet in a pre-arranged plan by the false king to surrender the Shield Islands for the benefit of the war.
The Grimm fleet was forfeited at the end of the war.
Fifth Era Edit
The loss of his son drove Harrold into a depression fueled by alcohol. He threw his brother in the cells upon his return in anger, but later released him.
Sixth Era Edit
Alicent Grimm, nee Serry - wife
Edric Grimm - son (deceased)
Alys Grimm - daughter
Alerie Grimm - daughter
Elinor Grimm - daughter
Godric Grimm - brother
Bethany Grimm, nee Hewett - mother
Donnel Grimm - father (deceased)