Gerion Lannister is the son of Tymen Lannister and a young women of unknown origin which should have made him a bastard but this was consieled from the world and thus he was made into a member of House Lannister. Gerion had one sibling in the form of Brynet Lannister of whome was a brave if not cold man who was killed during the Battle of Lyons. Gerion was married to Mary Hill at an early age, and through this forced marriage the two found love and together they had one child before the two of them left Lannistane and travelled south in order to take a boat of men to see the island of Atlantis. Their one daughter in Joy Lannister remained behind and she is now of age, and has been taken under the wing of her cousin Tyrion Lannister who has treated her as a daughter from a young age.
Like many of the other men of their generation in Kevan and Tygett, Gerion was overshadowed by Tywin Lannister. While Kevan built up a life near Tywin and Tygget and tried to be independent, Gerion mocked this "game" and made jokes. He was said to be a man quick to laugh and had a gift for making others laugh, and in this way he became very close to Tywin's youngest son Tyrion Lannister known as the Imp. This relationship was nothing though compared to the intensity of the love he shared with Mary Hill. He was arranged to marry Mary Hill by his uncle Lann Lannister in order to gain the influence of House Hill. At first the two of them were very difficult with each other but this slowly turned into love, and before long the two of them were uncontrollably in love. Only a short amount of time into their love she became pregnant and had a girl that they named Joy Lannister and this was the most important and only child in their life as she was damaged during the birth and unable to have more children. A few years later Gerion would change when he became obsessed with a book he had found, and this led him to leave Lucerne with his wife in order to find the island the book talked of. While his cousins sent out search parties to find him and they followed his trail all the way to Umbar they would grow cold and think he was dead but in fact he and his wife traveled on a boat with a small crew and they miraculously made it into Atlantis stepping foot on the small island off the coast of the mountain. Landing on the island many of the crewmen begin to die during the night, and despite placing gaurds and having fires burning they were unable to locate what was doing the madness until the third night on the island. On the third night Reptiliant creatures came out of the water and approached the camp telling the remaining men and women that those who had been taken had a taint in them that was beyond repair, and thus had to be removed. The creatures would leave, and not return for some two weeks when a massive creature surfuced from the water, and Gerion and his wife would be asked to go with them, and would travel onto the creature of which had an internal piece of which contained air pockets allowing them to travel under the water and deep down to where the creatures lived. Arriving at the city of the creatures they learned they were Murlocs of whom were a truly ancient race that was severaly damaged when the forces of Chaos had caused mass destruction on the surface, and since then had hid themselves under the island of Atlantis hoping to gain strength and one day strike back against Chaos. Learning that the Murlocs had sent many of the books that Gerion had found to Europe in the hopes that someone would find it and come to Atlantis, and following this Gerion met dozens of others of whom had also reached Atlantis and were now in the vast city of the Murlocs. Over time Gerion learned that the Murlocs were going to strike against the Orcs as the Orcs were threatening to overrun Europe, and if that happened the entire world would fall to Chaos, and the Murlocs needed humans to assist them once they arrived in France in their massive numbers.
Like many of the other men of their generation in Kevan and Tygett, Gerion was overshadowed by Tywin Lannister. While Kevan built up a life near Tywin and Tygget and tried to be independent, Gerion mocked this "game" and made jokes. He was said to be a man quick to laugh and had a gift for making others laugh, and in this way he became very close to Tywin's youngest son Tyrion Lannister known as the Imp. This relationship was nothing though compared to the intensity of the love he shared with Mary Hill.
Wilburg would be born within the city of Lannistane where his parents as sworn servents to House Lannister would bring him into the personal estate of House Lannister where as a young boy Wilburg, Rickmut and Gerion Lannister all of similar ages would grow to become close friends despite the difference in political positions.
He was arranged to marry Mary Hill by his uncle Lann Lannister in order to gain the influence of House Hill. At first the two of them were very difficult with each other but this slowly turned into love, and before long the two of them were uncontrollably in love. Only a short amount of time into their love she became pregnant and had a girl that they named Mary Hill and this was the most important and only child in their life as she was damaged during the birth and unable to have more children.
Journey to Atlantis
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It was the words that spoke to me. Like a spell I was driven to find it. I could not escape what I had seen, and the world would be forever changed by what I saw.
Mary Hill, Gerion, Tyrek, and Joy Lannister would all travel north out of Lucerne to the city of Dresdan where Gerion wanted to see the famed Dragonoph Temple there, and it would be while in Dresdan that Gerion would discover something that changed all of their lives. Gerion would upon their arrival take the family to a local bookstore and while there he would find a book called Atlantius which he would purchase and while at first there was nothing special about the book and he placed it in his pack to read on the ship ride back. Following their time in Dresdan they returned by boat to Lannistane and it was on the boat ride that Gerion would read Atlantius and would discover the book was magi bound and led to him becoming obsessed with finding Atlantis and ending the spells influence over him. Returning to Lannistane Gerion was unable to move past the words and several Magi he visited were unable to end the spells actions and thus he would determine his only solution was to find Atlantis. he says goodbye to his brother Tywin Lannister of whom shows himself to be on the surface cold but the two share a hug as Gerion leaves that reveals that there is far more emotionally to Tywin Lannister then simply the hard man he shows outwordly. Leaving his brother behind he returns to his ship where his wife meets him and they travel with their crew of nearly a hundred men led by two knights sworn to him in the form of Rickmut, and Wilburg of Lannister and then head northwards from Lannistane heading past Bear Island and then travelling along the south edge of High Forest they move into Gondor where they pass the Gondor Port of Tel-Alania where they dock briefly. From Osgiliath they travel southwards through the western end of the Umbar Swamplands where they eventually pass by them and then move east to go around and arrive at Umbar. As the group arrives at Umbar where they will leave the ship and take another ship once there to make the trail colder. Arriving at Umbar Gerion and his wife meet with the Umbar crew of which Gerion has a poor initial meeting with the captain in the form of Ka-Vestian Lodius after he takes several slaves on the ship to act as pleasure women for the crew on the journey. Gerion has lied and said they are going to Ulthuan, but Gerion has plans to murder the captain who they knew to be a horrible person of which was the reason they hired him, but after getting on board the ship and beggining their journey south they watch the navigator brutalize one of the pleasure girls who cannot be more then ten years old and thus Gerion adds the navigator to his list of people he will murder to gain control of the ship. Gerion and the ship travel by sea through the Mediterian where they eventually stop at the Straights of Grbalter and see the mighty Orcish fortresses on both the north, and southern axis while seeing the massive ruins of the once mighty bridge that had allowed millions of Orcs to cross into Europe.
Second Battle of the Straights
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Mutiny of the Ghost
Ka-Vestian Lodius would be killed during the night by Gerion Lannister of whom had conspired for some time to murder the morally bankrupt ship captain and Gerion would strangle him to death before throwing his lifeless body overboard leaving Gerion as the new captain.