Appearance and Character
With the death of his sons in Robert's Rebellion, the old knight has become senile and inattentive. When spoken to, Lymond only smiles and mutters the story of his battle with Ser Maynard at the bridge. Lymond's mind has become prone to wandering.
Lord Lymond once held Ser Maynard at the bridge, taking six wounds before killing the other knight. There is no further information as to who Maynard was or where the bridge is located, though Lem and Anguy believe it to be the small bridge near Lychester's keep.
A Storm of Swords
The brotherhood without banners visits with Lord Lychester, but the old knight only repeats the story of his battle against Ser Maynard. Maester Roone gives them information on Lord Beric Dondarrion's supposed whereabouts, and directs them to find the Lady of the Leaves.