I'm not overly familiar with the books and perhaps this question was answered already, but what do the Dornish think of Robert Baratheon and Ned Stark, particularly Oberyn and Doran Martell? I have to imagine they're not overly fond of Robert, but Ned Stark was outraged at the brutal murders of Elia and her children. That being said, Ned was one of the main parts of a coalition that overthrough the Targaryeans, which directly led their deaths.
We don’t have much to go on for what the Dornish thought of Robert Baratheon. We know the Martells were willing to toe the line, but both Oberyn and Doran were not happy that the murderers of Elia and her children were pardoned and married into the royal family. The extras in the DVD’s for the show have Oberyn suggesting that Robert would have lost his foot had he set it in Dorne, and that doesn’t seem out of place for Oberyn. But that’s a pure surface-level reading. We know that Jon Arryn went to Dorne with Lewyn Martell’s bones, and persuaded Doran to calm Oberyn. So agents of the crown certainly were able to go to Dorne even when the wound was fresh.
As for Eddard, the Daynes seem almost fond of him. Edric believes that he and Jon Snow shared the same wetnurse, Wylla. Eddard was known to be enamored of Ashara Dayne, and though he slew Arthur Dayne, he returned Dawn to Starfall. So the Daynes love good loveable Ned.
As for the Martells, we don’t hear much, but I’m willing to believe that Doran Martell recognized Eddard’s condemnation of Elia’s murder. Clearly, that recognition wouldn’t go so far since Doran plots to uproot the Baratheon dynasty, a move that was sure as hell going to cost Eddard his life if it was successful. It’s just one of the casualties of his plot, much like Kevan Lannister is a casualty of Varys.
Thanks for the question, Anon.
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