|The title of this article is conjecture based on information revealed in the A Song of Ice and Fire novels and may be subject to change.
In the booksEdit
Historically, they had been one of the more prominent and powerful houses of the Trident, until the fall of the House Targaryen. Since the War of Conquest, they have been noted Targaryen loyalists, supporting Daeron II Targaryen over Daemon Blackfyre during the Blackfyre Rebellion. A knight known as the Demon of Darry became Lord Commander of the Kingsguard. Ser Jonothor Darry was a member of the Kingsguard during the reign of the Mad King, and perished in the Battle of the Trident. Following Robert's Rebellion, the Darrys lost half of their lands, most of their wealth, and almost all their power.
During the march south following Ned Stark's elevation to Hand of the King, the royal party stays at Castle Darry, much to the chagrin of Lord Raymun Darry, who had lost three brothers at the Trident. After Gregor Clegane begins raiding the Riverlands, Lord Raymun is among the delegation sent by Lord Hoster Tully to demand justice from the Iron Throne and it is him who identifies the Mountain as the leader of the "brigands". Lord Raymun joins the host led by Beric Dondarrion and Thoros of Myr, but is killed by the Mountain in the Battle at the Mummer's Ford. Castle Darry is later occupies by Lannister forces.
Raymun's son Lyman, a boy of eight years, becomes the new Lord of Darry and is present at Riverrun following the Battle of the Camps and proclaims Robb Stark as the King in the North. Castle Darry is later liberated when Robb gives the Riverlords leave to reclaim their seats, but only for a fortnight, as Gregor Clegane descends upon Castle Darry and puts all occupants to the sword, among them Lord Lyman himself, thus extinguishing House Darry. The sole male survivor of House Darry is a bastard cousin of Lord Lyman.
Houses from the Riverlands