Robin Arryn, current Lord of the Eyrie.

The Eyrie

The Eyrie, the seat of the Lord of the Eyrie.

The Lord of the Eyrie is the ruler of the stronghold of The Eyrie, the capital of the Vale. The holder is the ruler of the entire region of the Vale of Arryn.

The Vale was originally a sovereign nation known as the Kingdom of the Mountain and the Vale, until Aegon the Conqueror arrived in Westeros and formed the Seven Kingdoms. House Arryn have ruled as Lords of the Eyrie for hundreds of years.

House Arryn, Kings of the Vale

When Visenya Targaryen flew to the Eyrie demanding submission, Ronnel Arryn bent the knee to Aegon the Conqueror and surrendered the Kingdom of the Mountain and the Vale in exchange for a ride atop Vhagar.[1]

HBO Game of Thrones Viewer's Guide

Jasper Arryn was the Head of House Arryn and the Lord of the Eyrie. He had three children: Jon, Alys, and Ronnel.[2]


Season 1

As the series begins, the Lord of the Eyrie Jon Arryn has just died and the title is passed to his son Robin Arryn. Robin's mother Lysa Arryn rules as regent until he comes of age.[3]

Season 4

After Lysa was murdered by Littlefinger, the latter became regent.[4]

Season 7

In Winterfell, Littlefinger is executed by Arya Stark.[5]

Season 8

Robin, having come of age, now exercises his powers as Lord of the Eyrie independently. In his capacity, he takes part in the Great Council of 305 AC and assents to electing Bran Stark as the new king.[6]


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Lord: Robin Arryn Heir: Unknown
Seat: The Eyrie Lands: The Vale of Arryn
Title(s): Lord of the Eyrie · Lord Paramount of the Vale · Warden of the East
Ancestors:Artys Arryn · Sharra Arryn · Ronnel Arryn · Aemma Arryn
Deceased members:Jon Arryn · Lysa Arryn · Jasper Arryn · Alys Arryn · Ronnel Arryn · Ser Elbert Arryn
Household:{Ser Vardis Egen} · {Ser Hugh of the Vale} · Mord · {Petyr Baelish}
Overlord:King of the Andals and the First Men
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