|The title of this article is conjecture based on information revealed in the A Song of Ice and Fire novels or related material and may be subject to change.
Following the liberation of Riverrun at the Battle of the Camps, Robb Stark tasks one of his commanders, Lord Greatjon Umber, with the expulsion of Lannister forces from the lands of the Riverlords while he invades the Westerlands. Umber's first liberates Raventree Hall, the ancestral seat of House Blackwood, and then moves to restore Stone Hedge to House Bracken, thus forcing the Lannisters to fall back to Harrenhal and cutting them off from Casterly Rock.
In the books
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, after the liberation of Riverrun and his proclamation as King in the North, Robb Stark gives leave to the Riverlords to reclaim their seats. Lord Tytos Blackwood reclaims Raventree, though the Lannisters scorch the land as they flee.
- Season 2 Bluray: War of the Five Kings feature
|Scourging of the Riverlands:|
|The Young Wolf's campaign:||
Battle of the Green Fork · Battle of the Whispering Wood · Battle of the Camps · Liberation of Raventree Hall · Liberation of Stone Hedge · Battle of Oxcross · Sack of Ashemark · Battle of the Yellow Fork · Surrender of the Crag · Liberation of Harrenhal · Battle of Stone Mill · Red Wedding
Execution of Eddard Stark · Massacre in King's Landing · Riot of King's Landing · Battle of the Blackwater · Purple Wedding · Court trial of Tyrion Lannister · Second trial by combat of Tyrion Lannister · Assassination at the Tower of the Hand
|Ironborn invasion of the North:||
Fall of Moat Cailin · Raid on Torrhen's Square · First Battle of Deepwood Motte · Fall of Winterfell · Sack of Winterfell · Assault on the Dreadfort · Surrender of Moat Cailin · Second Battle of Deepwood Motte
|Rise and fall of the Sparrows:|
|War for the North:|
|Coup in Dorne:|