The Relief of Duskendale was the recapturing of the port town of Duskendale by royal forces, during the War of the Lords Scorned in 333 AC. Having fallen to the rebel forces months earlier, Duskendale was held by a token force of a few hundred men.

The arrival of King Aegon VI and his armies was enough to sap most of the morale from the defenders, and the battle was won in decisive fashion. Following Duskendale, Sow's Horn was freed, then too Antlers, freeing up the royal forces for a direct march on Harrenhal.