Gwynn ap Nudd was the king of the Tylwyth Teg. He first appeared in "Curses".

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Gwynn ap Nudd was the king of the Welsh Fey court, the Tylwyth Teg and a Chicago Cubs[Footnote 1] baseball fan. He could take the form of a billy goat, sacred to the Tylwyth Teg.[1]

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Curses[edit | edit source]

Many years earlier, an insult was paid to King Gwynn ap Nudd when he, in goat form, was thrown out from a game for smelling when rained on. Gwynn confessed that he was no longer angry about the insult paid him, and he only renewed the curse because he believed it was in keeping with the true spirit of baseball, something Dresden agreed with.[1]

Changes[edit | edit source]

In Changes, Harry Dresden mentioned that he was on good terms with him.[2]

Cold Days[edit | edit source]

In Cold Days, Harry Dresden mentioned to the Redcap that he attended a baseball game with Gwynn ap Nudd.[3]

Peace Talks[edit | edit source]

In Peace Talks, King Corb tossed Gwynn ap Nudd's head at Mab's feet after storming the Unseelie Accords' peace summit being held at Baron Marcone's castle, declaring war on humanity and telling the supernatural attendants to side with him or be destroyed.[4]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Curses
  2. Changes, ch. 19
  3. Cold Days, ch. 6
  4. Peace Talks, ch. 29

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