|Title(s)||Lord of Griffin's Roost|
|Born||In or before 249 AC|
|Died||In or before 280 AC|
|Book(s)||A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)|
Lord Armond often liked to take his son Jon up to the tallest tower of Griffin's Roost to show him the view of their ancestral lands. When Prince Rhaegar Targaryen was still a boy, he visited Griffin's Roost after a trip to Dorne, Armond attempted to win the young prince to his side in an argument he had with Lord Morrigen. Armond died a few years before Robert's Rebellion and is buried beneath Griffin's Roost's sept.