Once a premier house of patrician exemplification, House Schilt boasted the cosmopolitan regalia of the blue-blooded Schilt lineage, a dynasty of irreproachable distingue and aristocracy. A once architecturally immaculate compound serving as the palatially architectonic abode of a gallant collection of chivalrous knights, paladins and paragons of valiance, House Schilt's historically attributed affluence and reputation of paramount wealth however, dissipated with time.
Founded by adventurous nobles and twin brothers, Gustav and Alexander Schilt following their contrived predestined marriage to a dyad of beauteous duchesses, the House of Schilt's incipient stateliness and cultured éclat experienced esteemed embellishment through the accumulated wealth and riches of a succession of mines and entrepreneur-oriented ventures to ensure the puissant house's splendor and sublimity. A plan of insufficient premeditation, highlighted by House Schilt's eventual internal instabilities and turmoil, a successive series of familial turmoil and vehement envy inciting an ill-occurred assassination of the house's constituents by an external observer from House Clegane, intent on eliminating the then plausible eruption of war following the voiced intentions of various Schilts to collaborate with their respective allies for a potential violent conflict, certain to spread with malignant effect across regions of Westeros.
With few surviving Schilts, the majority largely forsook their disheveled abode, constructing lives elsewhere, while one remained to tend to the weathered features of house's infrastructure and claim his irrefutable birth right as a noble and Lord of the forgotten House Schilt. Under the leadership of the largely nomadic, adventuring charmer and potent swordsman, Rasmus Schilt, House Schilt's lethargic reemergence commenced with the amassment of a minuscule armed force of virtuoso swordsmen and archers serving as his cronies in the now largely abandoned 'Castle Snowsword' situated in the freezing northern regions of Westeros.