|Coat of arms || Quarterly: a red boar's head on a white field; beneath a gold bend sinister, a silver lion rampant regardant with a forked tail, with gold teeth and claws, on a red field|
(Quarterly, first and fourth, argent, a boar's head couped gules, second and third, gules, a lion rampant regardant queue-forché argent, armed and langued or, debruised by a bend sinister of the last)
|Current Lord || Ser Lymond Vikary|
|Region || The Westerlands|
|Overlord || House Lannister|
House Vikary is a house of landed knights sworn to Casterly Rock.
Their arms, according to semi-canon sources, are quarterly: a red boar's head on white, beneath a gold bend sinister a silver lion rampant regardant with a forked tail, armed and langued gold, on red. The reversing in the second and third quarters of the red and silver of the Reyne arms beneath a bend sinister may indicate that the founder of the house was either a Reyne bastard or a descendant of a Reyne bastard.
A Clash of Kings
The news of the Battle of Oxcross that reaches King's Landing reports that Ser Lymond Vikary had been slain.
A Storm of Swords
Lymond is listed as being a prisoner at Wayfarer's Rest.
House Vikary at the end of the third century
The known Vikarys during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:
Behind the Scenes
House Vikary is a reference by George R. R. Martin to Jaan Vikary, a character in his first novel, Dying of the Light.
References and Notes