- "The other lords may not take this war seriously. But I will."
- ―Robb Stark
As a child, Robb was obsessed with weapons such as swords, daggers, and warhammers. His love for combat would stick with him for the rest of his days. Robb was born at Riverrun and raised at Winterfell. His father left his mother the morning after their wedding to fight in Robert's Rebellion and did not return until after Robb was born. Robb Stark was likely named after Robert Baratheon.
Robb forged his first sword at age sixteen, which he proudly named 'Wolfsbane'. This sword would serve as his trusty blade for life. Robb had been trained from childhood to wield a sword and wear armor by Winterfell's Master-at-Arms Ser Rodrik Cassel and was highly proficient with both for his young age. He lived at Winterfell with his family.
Robb was born at Riverrun and raised at Winterfell. His father left his mother the morning after their wedding to fight in Robert's Rebellion and did not return until after Robb was born. Robb Stark was likely named after Robert Baratheon. He had two younger trueborn brothers, Bran and Rickon, and two sisters, Sansa and Arya.
Robb also had a "bastard half-brother" Jon Snow with whom Robb shared a close relationship. Jon is his cousin by blood as he is the child of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen. Robb was also close to his father's ward Theon Greyjoy, whom he counted as his best friend outside of the family, to a brotherly extent.
The Legend of Zelda: Legends of Hyrule
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Robb is a central character within The Legend of Zelda: Legends of Hyrule fanon. At age fifteen, he travelled alongside his father to King Rhoam Bosphoramus Hyrule's castle, of whom he viewed as an uncle. Robb developed a deep and complex relationship with Princess Zelda, which ended up going nowhere. Depressed and broken hearted, the teenaged Stark spent most of his time in the training courtyard alongside the various training Knights. Robb's love of swordplay and archery made him a favorite of the Captain, whom meekly asked Robb to join up with the elite force known as the Hyrule kingsguard. Robb declined, having motives of becoming a king himself: his own seperate kingdom - the north.
As of Ocarina of Time, Robb is seventeen years old.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
As of the start of the story, Robb is still staying at Hyrule castle.