House Durrandon of Storm's End is a former Great House of Westeros. It ruled over the Stormlands until the War of Conquest. It also held much of the Riverlands until they lost them to House Hoare. The head of House Durrandon held the titles of Lord of Storm's End and Storm King. Their house words were "Ours Is the Fury."

The House was founded by Durran Godsgrief, a legendary figure from the Age of Heroes. The last King of the Durrandon dynasty was Argilac the Arrogant.

Shared Sigil

The shared heraldry with house Baratheon is explained in the books.

During the War of Conquest, Orys Baratheon, one of Aegon I Targaryen's Hand and one of his fiercest generals, and rumored to be his bastard brother, slew Argilac the Arrogant, the last of the Storm Kings, and married his daughter, Argalia. Orys adopted the sigil and words of his wife's ancestral line, so creating House Baratheon of Storm's End, with his descendants having the blood of the Durrandons flowing in their veins.


  • {Durran}, called "Durran Godsgrief". He was the founder of House Durrandon, a legendary figure from the Age of Heroes
  • {Argilac Durrandon}, called "Argilac the Arrogant", the last of the Storm Kings.
    • {Argalia Durrandon}, his daughter. She married Orys Baratheon after he killed her father, and she was the mother of Orys's children.
Argilac Durrandon
"Argilac the Arrogant"
Lady Durrandon

Orys Baratheon
Argella Baratheon
née Durrandon House-Baratheon-Main-Shield
Founding of
House Baratheon

In the books

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, House Durrandon was the dynasty that claimed descent from Durran Godsgrief, the first Storm King and founder of Storm's End. King Arrec of House Durrandon was the last Storm King who ruled the Riverlands, conquered by his ancestors three hundred years before, losing it to the ironborn led by King Harwyn Hardhand of House Hoare.

House Durrandon seemingly left no other known surviving branches, and is officially extinct, but its female bloodline lived on in the Baratheon dynasty.

House Wensington from the stormlands includes three black stags in their sigil, suggesting that they may have some relation to the Durrandons or the Baratheons.

See also