|Alias||Roddy the Ruin|
|Title||Lord of Barrowton|
|Allegiance|| House Dustin|
|Died||In 130 AC, at Tumbleton|
|Book(s)|| The World of Ice & Fire (mentioned)|
The Princess and the Queen (mentioned)
The north supported the blacks during the Dance of the Dragons. Roderick led two thousand northern soldiers, known as the Winter Wolves, south of the Neck to support the claim of Rhaenyra Targaryen.
In the battle by the Lakeshore along the western Gods Eye, Lord Dustin's Winter Wolves charged at Lannister spearmen five times, with more than two-thirds of the northern force killed or wounded in their victory. Roddy the Ruin also sounded the charge in the Butcher's Ball which claimed the life of the Kingmaker, Ser Criston Cole.
Roderick died during the first Battle of Tumbleton while leading his northmen against Lord Ormund Hightower. Although Ser Bryndon Hightower chopped off Roderick's shield arm, Lord Dustin was able to slay both Hightowers before dying himself.
– Roderick prior to the battle by the Lakeshore
– Archmaester Gyldayn writing of the first Battle of Tumbleton
As the singers tell it, Lord Roderick was blood from head to heel as he came on, with splintered shield and cracked helm, yet so drunk with battle that he did not even seem to feel his wounds.