Lord Baelor Blacktyde's father was killed during the Greyjoy Rebellion. After the rebellion was quashed, Baelor was taken as a hostage in Oldtown for eight years. When he returned to the Iron Islands he had converted to the Faith of the Seven.
Tristifer Botley served as a ward for House Blacktyde after Balon Greyjoy discovered that he intended to marry Asha Greyjoy. Joseran, the Maester of House Blacktyde, refused to send any of his letters to Asha.
A Clash of Kings Edit
Theon Greyjoy sees men of House Blacktyde amongst those gathered by Balon Greyjoy after he declares himself King.
A Feast for Crows Edit
Beron Blacktyde is one of the Drowned Men that joins his voice with that of Aeron Greyjoy in calling for a Kingsmoot. Before the Kingsmoot, Baelor Blacktyde visits Lord Rodrik Harlaw at Ten Towers to talk about the event. He leaves shortly after, fearing that Euron Greyjoy will descend upon the other candidates and kill them all.
Baelor lands his ship, Nightflyer, on the shores of Old Wyk. Initially he, along with other members of House Blacktyde, support Victarion Greyjoy, but, after Victarion refuses to end the war with The North, Baelor switches his support to Asha Greyjoy, who promises peace. Baelor tries to escape the Kingsmoot after Euron's victory, but is seized, and brought before him in chains. Euron has him chopped into seven parts, a mocking tribute to Baelor's following of the Faith of the Seven.
Euron takes Baelor's sable cloak and wears it during the Taking of the Shields.
A Dance with Dragons Edit
Beron Blacktyde is seized by Euron's men who are looking for Aeron Greyjoy. He is put to questioning.
Members of House Blacktyde During the Books Edit
With unknown relations to the Lord of the house: