|Born||In 268–270 AC, Pyke|
|Died||In 283 AC or 284 AC, Pyke|
|Father||Lord Quellon Greyjoy|
Urrigon Greyjoy, affectionately called Urri by his brother Aeron, was the fourth son of Lord Quellon Greyjoy and Lady Sunderly. He died in his childhood from an infection.
Urrigon and his younger brother Aeron were great friends during their childhood. They were both sexually abused by their brother Euron as children. Urrigon and Aeron often played at the finger dance together. Once, Aeron threw an axe that shaved off part of Urrigon's hand. The maester of their father's new wife, Lady Piper, insisted on sewing Urrigon's fingers back on instead of treating the amputation. Urrigon's hand became infected. They eventually amputated his arm, but it was already too late, and Urrigon died at the age of fourteen as a result of the infection.
Urrigon's father, Lord Quellon Greyjoy, and older brothers, Balon, Euron, and Victarion, had been away from Pyke at the time, fighting the final battles of Robert's Rebellion. Lord Quellon died, and Urrigon's brother Balon returned home as the new Lord of the Iron Islands. To avenge his brother's death, he took off the maester's fingers and had Lady Piper sew them back on. The maester died raving.
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When Aeron Greyjoy is captive and chained in the hold of the Silence, his brother Euron forces him to drink shade-of-the-evening, which causes him to have numerous nightmarish visions. One of them features Urrigon with his arm infested with carrion.
|Lady Stonetree||Quellon||Lady Piper|
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 1, The Prophet.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 See the Urrigon Greyjoy calculation.
- ↑ George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire, Urrigon Greyjoy.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 The Winds of Winter, The Forsaken