For nearly a hundred years, the Dauphiné, the county of Savoy, the county of Geneva and several small principalities (Thoire-Villars, Beaujeu, Valentinois, Faucigny ...) will clash in a merciless feudal war. In 1325, during one of countless military campaigns, the Count of Savoy, Edward the Liberal besieged Varey Castle with his allies. The young dolphin Guigues VIII and his vassals rush to the aid of the stronghold. In the plain of Varey, the two lords meet face to face. This work gives the account of this battle but also traces the history of this endless war which made a contemporary compose this fatalistic line: "This war cannot end, nor knows who wrongly, nor who to see. "