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As the eldest son of Lord Qarl Corbray, Dermett is the heir to Heart’s Home; an ancient and once powerful seat in the Vale of Arryn. At the age of thirteen he was sent to squire for Lord Kermit Tully of Riverrun as a part of the deal that saw his elder sister, Simona, betrothed to the Tully heir Edmure. During his time in the Riverlands, Dermett began earning a reputation
[20-10-163] Arrives in King’s Landing.
[25-10-163] Attends his first tourney since arriving in the city; one held in celebration of Ser Josmyn Reyne’s wedding to lady Alyce Bar Emmon. After losing an early tilt against Ser Yorick Staunton, he proceeds to defeat the bride’s brother Ser Maeron Bar Emmon, the bastard knight Ser Benedict Rogers and the squire Ryckon Westerling. He is finally eliminated by the eventual winner of the tournament Ser Luthor Rivers. Dermett would also witness the accidental slaying of Ser Lem of the Pendric Hills at the hands of Ser Humfrey Westerling, while is also involved in a minor controversy when he returns the bridal smallclothes of lady Alyce; a “prize” he had claimed at the bedding the night before. Later that night, after singing a bawdy song detailing the events of the day, Dermett is severely beaten by a group of men led by Ser Farin Prester.
[08-11-163] When Ser Farin Prester, then Warden of the Kingswood, declares a call for arms of the men of the city, Dermett volunteers his sword in a campaign against the bandits of the Kingswood. Performs admirably. When the Warden’s men were ambushed by the men of the infamous outlaw Rogan, Dermett was quick to draw his blade and was amongst the first knights to draw blood. Two bandits are felled by his hand and a third is struck down with the aid of Ser Ammon Massey. However, when the time came for Ser Farin Prester to discipline the surviving, captured bandits at the end of the skirmish, Dermett objects to the punishments meted out by the Warden (the bandits were castrated for the crime of rape, had their hands dismembered for the crime of thievery before finally facing death for the crime of banditry). He objects to the men facing a drawn-out death akin to torture, arguing that a quick death would have been more noble. Consequently, Dermett takes no further part in Ser Farin’s campaign.
[29-11-163] Joins other members of the court in travelling to Riverrun for the wedding of Ser Willard Ryger to lady Andrya Tully.
[11-12-163] Competes in a melee at Acorn Hall. While emerging on the victorious team—and earning, of all things, a golden whip as a prize—a festering dog bite on his hand leaves him delirious, feverish and unable to join in with the rest of the festivities.
[17-12-163] Arrives at Riverrun.
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