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Bastards born in the Riverlands are generally given the surname "Rivers". When House Targaryen invaded Westeros, Lord Tully was among the first to welcome the invaders.
In return, the Targaryens made House Tully the principal House of the Riverlands. Hoster Tully is the Lord of Riverrun and Lord Paramount of the Trident.
He is the father of Catelyn Stark , Lysa Arryn , and Edmure Tully. He often quarrels with his brother Brynden because Brynden refuses to be married.
Years before the events of the series, he agreed to foster Petyr Baelish at Riverrun as a ward. When he discovered that Lysa was pregnant with Petyr's child, he sent Petyr away and tricked Lysa into drinking an abortifacient potion.
Hoster supported Robert Baratheon , House Stark , and House Arryn in rebellion against House Targaryen on the condition that Catelyn and Lysa be wed into the Stark and Arryn families, respectively.
His health deteriorates rapidly over the novels; he eventually dies and is laid to rest in the river following the Tully tradition. In the HBO television adaption , he is portrayed by Chris Newman.
Edmure Tully is the third child, only son, and heir of Lord Hoster Tully. He is dutiful and wishes to earn his father's respect and protect the common people of the Riverlands.
However, he is also said to have a large heart and his decisions are often rash and emotional. He takes command of the Riverlands in A Game of Thrones because of his father's illness and is taken captive by Jaime Lannister.
He is rescued by his nephew Robb Stark , and upon hearing of Eddard Stark 's death he leads the Riverland lords in proclaiming Robb the King in the North.
He defeats Tywin Lannister in battle and unwittingly ruins Robb's plan to destroy Tywin's army. As amends for thwarting Robb's plan, he agrees to marry Roslin Frey and repair the alliance with House Frey.
However, the wedding is a trap and the Stark-Tully army is massacred, breaching ancient guest right customs.
Edmure is taken to Casterly Rock, where he and the remaining members of House Tully are to spend the rest of their lives as prisoners to House Lannister.
Roslin is to remain at the Twins , and the pair is promised to be reunited after the birth of their child. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Tobias Menzies.
Ser Brynden Tully, called the Blackfish, is the younger brother of Hoster Tully and the uncle of Catelyn Stark , Lysa Arryn , and Edmure Tully.
He constantly quarreled with his brother, usually over Brynden's refusal to marry. During one encounter Hoster called him the black goat of House Tully.
Brynden mused that since their sigil was fish, he was the "Blackfish" of the family. He accompanied Lysa to the Vale. In A Game of Thrones , he is upset over the Vale's neutrality in the ongoing war.
He resigns from his position and joins Robb Stark and his bannermen. He is appointed head of Robb's outriders and is a crucial member of the war council.
His efforts win Robb several battles throughout A Clash of Kings. He is named Warden of the Southern Marches in A Storm of Swords and remains at Riverrun while Robb goes to the Twins to attend Edmure's wedding.
After Robb's death, Brynden holds Riverrun in Robb's name, but he is besieged by House Lannister and House Frey.
In A Feast for Crows , Brynden surrenders the Tully seat of Riverrun to spare further bloodshed, but he himself escapes capture. His whereabouts are unknown.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Clive Russell. Walder Frey is Lord of the Twins , and a vassal to House Tully.
He is called the Lord of the Crossing as the placement of his castle allows him to control who crosses the river, giving Walder Frey considerable strategic importance.
He is known for having over a hundred descendants from his eight wives. He emphasizes family loyalty and believes in taking care of relations, including those who disappoint him.
Although he is a bannerman of House Tully, he does not immediately go to Riverrun when Edmure Tully summons his vassals to support Robb Stark in A Game of Thrones.
Since crossing the Twins is a necessity for Robb, Walder is able to negotiate marriage contracts between his house and House Stark.
When Robb marries Jeyne Westerling in A Clash of Kings , Frey is outraged and withdraws his support from Robb to conspire with Tywin Lannister and Roose Bolton to exact revenge.
In A Storm of Swords , Walder pretends to make amends with Robb and agrees to marry his daughter Roslin to Edmure. The wedding is a trap, with Robb, his key supporters and most of his army massacred during the feast, a direct violation of ancient guest right customs.
He then swears loyalty to House Lannister and his second son Emmon Frey receives Riverrun , the seat of House Tully, as a reward, with advantageous marriages for other descendants.
The people of the Riverlands refuse to support his rule and a shadowy guerrilla war erupts that Walder Frey struggles to control.
House Frey is so large and factional that many of the Freys hate each other, aspiring to become Lord of the Crossing. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by David Bradley.
He was killed by Arya Stark while disguised as a maid. Then she used his skin to disguise as him in the meeting of all Frey children and vassals, killing them all in one swoop with poisoned wine.
House Tyrell is one of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms and is the principal noble house in the Reach. Its seat is at Highgarden where they reside as the Wardens of the South.
Its coat of arms displays a golden rose on a green field, and its words are Growing Strong. Bastards born in the Reach are generally given the surname "Flowers".
When the former rulers of the Reach, House Gardener, were killed in battle against House Targaryen , the Targaryens raised the Tyrells from stewards of Highgarden to Lords of Highgarden.
Because House Florent had a better claim to Highgarden, the Tyrells are often seen as "upjumped stewards" by the lords of the Reach and other Great Houses; however, the women of the Tyrell household are noted for being shrewd and clever leaders.
Lord Mace Tyrell is the Lord of Highgarden, Defender of the Marches, High Marshal of the Reach, and Warden of the South. He has three sons— Willas , Garlan , and Loras —and one daughter, Margaery.
He is described as a prematurely old and tedious man who lacks in political savvy and is thought to serve as the figurehead to his mother, Olenna Redwyne.
In A Clash of Kings , he supports the marriage between Margaery and Renly Baratheon , who plans to usurp the throne of the Seven Kingdoms.
When Renly dies, Mace accepts an offer to marry Margaery to Joffrey Baratheon , the current king. After his and Tywin's armies defeat Stannis Baratheon , Mace is given a seat on the King's council.
After Cersei's downfall, Kevan Lannister , Regent of the Seven Kingdoms, names Mace his Hand, mostly to repair the relationship between their houses.
Mace then tries to fill the Small Council with his vassals, greedy for more power. In the HBO television adaptation , he is portrayed by Roger Ashton-Griffiths.
Ser Loras Tyrell, nicknamed the Knight of Flowers, is the third son of Mace Tyrell. He is a young, but highly skilled knight and jouster.
He is beloved by the crowds, and many young girls are infatuated with him. When Renly Baratheon , Loras' lover, claims himself king of the Seven Kingdoms in A Clash of Kings , Loras supports him and is made head of Renly's personal guard.
After Renly's assassination, Loras is enraged with grief, blaming Brienne of Tarth and Catelyn Stark for Renly's death.
In A Storm of Swords , he questions Brienne and finally decides that she is not the killer. When his sister Margaery is married to Joffrey Baratheon , he joins the Kingsguard.
He volunteers to lead the assault on Dragonstone in A Feast for Crows so Cersei Lannister will send military assistance to defend his native Highgarden from the Greyjoys.
He successfully captures Dragonstone but is badly wounded and near death. By the end of A Dance with Dragons , he barely clings to life.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Finn Jones. The character is a composite of the three Tyrell sons. The adaptation openly depicts Loras and Renly Baratheon as lovers, an interaction only obliquely addressed within the novels.
She is an intelligent, beautiful, and shrewd young woman, and despite being only sixteen, she is manipulative and adept at political intrigue. She is also quite moral, and has some kindness in her heart.
In the HBO television adaptation, she is portrayed by Natalie Dormer. Olenna Tyrell, also known as the Queen of Thorns, was born into House Redwyne and is the mother of Mace Tyrell and widow of the late Luthor Tyrell.
She is described as a wizened and cunning old woman with a wicked wit and a sharp tongue, and is known for openly stating her opinion. In the HBO television adaptation, she is portrayed by Diana Rigg.
Randyll Tarly is the head of House Tarly, bannerman of House Tyrell, and considered to be one of the finest military commanders in Westeros.
He is also the father of Samwell Tarly. When word of the imprisonment of Margaery Tyrell reaches Randyll, he marches his army to King's Landing where Kevan Lannister makes him the new master of laws.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by James Faulkner. The Night's Watch is a sworn brotherhood of men who patrol the Wall.
The individual members or "Brothers of the Watch" called "Crows" by the Wildlings   reject land and titles, practice celibacy, cut ties to their families, assume neutrality in politics, and never desert their assignments,   on pain of death.
Jeor Mormont, called the Old Bear, is the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. He was the Lord of Bear Island in the North but joined the Watch to pass the title to his son Jorah Mormont.
Mormont is considered a strong, resolute leader and commands respect. He keeps a raven capable of speaking simple phrases as a pet.
In A Game of Thrones , he chooses Jon Snow as his personal steward and potential successor. He leads the survivors to Craster's Keep, where he is killed in a mutiny.
In the HBO television adaptation , he is portrayed by James Cosmo. Aemon Targaryen is the older brother of Aegon V Targaryen , the third son of Maekar I Targaryen, and a member of the Night's Watch.
Decades before the events of A Game of Thrones , he was sent to the Citadel in Oldtown on the orders of his grandfather Daeron II, who felt there were too many Targaryens, and became a Maester one of an order of scholars and healers.
He was later offered the throne of the Seven Kingdoms after the death of his father Maekar, but ceded the rule to Aegon and joined the Night's Watch.
By A Game of Thrones , he is elderly and blind, but provides guidance to the men at Castle Black , and is greatly respected within the Night's Watch.
In A Feast for Crows , Jon Snow sends him to the Citadel by sea, but Maester Aemon catches a fever during a storm and dies on the voyage between Braavos and Oldtown.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Peter Vaughan. Yoren is a recruiter of the Night's Watch. In A Game of Thrones Yoren travels with Tyrion Lannister from the Wall to King's Landing , and is present when Tyrion is arrested by Catelyn Stark.
He then races to King's Landing to inform Eddard Stark. During Lord Eddard's execution, he finds Arya Stark and shields her from seeing her father's death.
In A Clash of Kings he disguises Arya as a boy recruit to smuggle her to Winterfell , but is killed by Lannister soldiers.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Francis Magee. Samwell Tarly, called 'Sam', is the elder son of Lord Randyll Tarly of Horn Hill.
Ten chapters throughout A Storm of Swords and A Feast for Crows are told from his point of view. In spite of his self-professed cowardice, Sam is highly intelligent, resourceful, and loyal.
Sam's lack of martial abilities and his interest in scholarly pursuits convinces his father that he is an unworthy heir and he is forced to join the Night's Watch.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by John Bradley. Janos Slynt was a former Commander of the City Watch in King's Landing and a brother in the Night's Watch.
He first appears in A Game of Thrones as commander of the City Watch. Slynt is known for his corruption, but Robert was persuaded not to remove him on the grounds the next commander might be worse.
After Robert's death, when Ned intends to depose Joffrey, Slynt orders his men to arrest Ned. For this, Janos Slynt was made a lord and given Harrenhal.
In A Clash of Kings , Tyrion Lannister exiles Slynt to the Night's Watch as he cannot be trusted. In A Storm of Swords , Slynt attempts to be elected as Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, but loses to Jon Snow.
After Slynt repeatedly refuses Jon's orders, Jon publicly executes him. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Dominic Carter.
Alliser Thorne is the Master of Arms at Castle Black, a warrior charged with training the Watch's recruits. Thorne was originally a Targaryen loyalist who, after the fall of House Targaryen at the hands of Ned and Robert , was forced to join the Night's Watch.
He harbors deep resentment at House Stark for this fate. When Jon arrives at Castle Black, Thorne personally torments, humiliates, and provokes Jon whenever possible.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Owen Teale. Bowen Marsh is the First Steward of the Night's Watch, based at Castle Black. He is in charge of the day-to-day running of the Night's Watch, dealing with issues of supplies, funding, logistics and communications.
During A Dance with Dragons , Bowen becomes disillusioned by the decisions made by Jon Snow as Lord Commander. Die beiden wollen gemeinsam zurück auf die Eiseninseln reisen, um sie zurückzuerobern.
Asha stimmt dem zu und lässt ihn abreisen. Varys erwähnt bei der Kriegsratsitzung, dass Asha die Eiseninseln im Namen von Königin Daenerys zurückerobert hat.
In der Drachengrube wird Tyrion Lennister den hohen Lords und Ladys von Westeros vorgeführt. Im Rat anwesend sind Sansa Stark , Bran Stark , Arya Stark , Asha Graufreud, Ser Brienne von Tarth, Ser Davos Seewert , Lord Gendry Baratheon , Lord Yohn Rois , Lord Robin Arryn , Lord Edmure Tully , Lord Une , Samwell Tarly und der neue Fürst von Dorne.
Gemeinsam sollen sie über das Schicksal von Jon Schnee und Tyrion Lennister entscheiden, da sie der Ermordung von Daenerys Targaryen beschuldigt werden.
Die Unbefleckten fordern eine Bestrafung für Jon, wobei Asha ihnen zustimmt und seinen Kopf fordert. Daraufhin droht Arya ihr und meint, dass wenn sie nochmal den Tod ihres Bruders fordern würde, sie ihr die Kehle durchschneiden würde.
Durch eine Diskussion kommt jedoch die Frage auf, wer der neue König der Sieben Königslande werden soll. Die Ratsmitglieder wählen Bran Stark zum neuen König der sechs Königslande.
In der Saga Das Lied von Eis und Feuer ist Asha Graufreud die Tochter von Balon Graufreud und seiner Frau Alannys.
Sie ist eine wilde und stolze Frau, die den traditionellen Geschlechterrollen der Eisenmänner trotzt, indem sie ihr eigenes Schiff, Schwarzer Wind, befehligt und Männer in die Schlacht führt.
Asha ist einer der POV-Charaktere im Roman A Feast for Crows. Asha ist schlank und langbeinig, mit kurzen schwarzen Haaren und einer spitzen Nase im schmalen Gesicht.
In den Büchern gibt es keine Andeutungen auf bisexuelle oder gar lesbische Neigungen. Asha war in ihrer Jugend sehr unattraktiv. Mit Theons Abreise nach Winterfell, wo er von Eddard Stark als Geisel und Mündel aufgenommen wurde, war Asha das einzige Kind, das Balon auf Peik geblieben war.
Sie wuchs zu einer ansehnlichen und mutigen jungen Frau heran, die von Balon als Erbe auserkoren wurde. Sie verlor ihre Unschuld im Alter von 16 an einen Matrosen aus Lys.
He awkwardly unties her before she hauls herself to her feet and knocks him to the ground with a headbutt, due to his earlier abandonment of her.
However, she then drags him back up, and the two share a mutual look of respect between each other. The two then make their escape, dividing their minimal forces across Theon's three ships.
Yara decides to retake the Iron Islands, since they are virtually unprotected while Euron is away, as well as providing Daenerys with a final stronghold should the dead overrun Westeros.
Theon, however, states that he will follow his Queen, and Yara realizes he wants to fight in the North. Having done his duty to House Greyjoy, she allows him to leave.
At Daenerys's war council on Dragonstone , Varys confirms that Yara has retaken the Iron Islands. After the assassination of Daenerys , Yara takes part in the trial of Jon.
When the gathering doesn't nominate anyone themselves, he recommends Bran Stark as the nominee. Yara joins the others in assenting to that proposal.
By the time of Bran's proclamation as king, Yara styled herself as the Lady of the Iron Islands , the region having been reincorporated into the Six Kingdoms.
Yara Greyjoy is an ironborn woman of the finest caliber: courageous, clever, determined and proud. In sharp contrast to the allusions people have about her on the basis that she is a woman, Yara is extremely headstrong and formidable towards anybody who dares cross her, as well as possessing a sharp, cynical, and sarcastic sense of humor.
She rebuffs Theon's labeling her as a woman by pointing out that he is the one wearing a skirt, knowing full well that he has already been berated for it and it will only enrage him.
She is a fierce warrior and a staunch leader, and obdurate about her own independence. She does not apologize to her father for leading a personal mission to rescue Theon from the Boltons, despite having failed and lost many men.
Later on, when Theon returns, Yara is furious with him for costing her so many lives in his decision to stay in the Dreadfort, showing that she was remorseful of her defeat during the rescue mission.
Because of her sharpness, Yara can come across as aggressive towards people she doesn't like or people who try to put her in her place, and isn't swayed when Theon warns her against crossing him.
She can be slightly judgmental and labels Theon as an idiot for forgetting that, while he had conquered Winterfell, the ironborn were primarily sailors and islanders and couldn't hold landlocked castles like Winterfell for very long.
Nevertheless, she clearly loves Theon enough to want to rescue him from Ramsay Bolton, and previously she begged him not to die 'so far from the sea', gently recalling the two of them as children.
By the time Theon returns to the Iron Islands after Eddard Stark's death, Yara is a renowned leader and, in Balon's words, has commanded and killed men with her own hands.
She eventually gained great support during the Kingsmoot with the reminder that she was a reaver, a warrior and a seasoned leader, but this was ruined when Euron arrived and promised the present ironborn greater glory.
Despite their troubled past, different personalities and Theon's actions, Yara still values Theon's advice, possibly from his experiences in the North and Riverlands, shown when she only agrees to Daenerys Targaryen's conditions when Theon nods his approval, and continues to be protective of him, telling Ellaria Sand to leave him alone when she asks him to pour ale for her and then invites him for a threesome with Yara though it can be argued that Ellaria did not know that Theon had been castrated by Ramsay.
Yara was also apologetic of mocking Theon at the brothel in Volantis, compensating for her coldness by encouraging him to continue living and fighting, because she needed him beside her in order to defeat Euron and avenge their father; in this particular conversation, she showed her more compassionate side and shed the scornful way in which she spoke to Theon when he first returned to the Iron Islands.
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels Yara is called Asha Greyjoy , but her name was changed in the TV series; possibly to prevent confusion with Osha the wildling.
Ironically, as the daughter of a Great House and one of Balon Greyjoy's only two surviving children, Asha Greyjoy is actually a much more prominent character than Osha the wildling; Asha is even a POV character in several chapters.
Thus it is curious why they changed Asha's name and not the other way around. It is probably because Osha was already introduced in Season 1 and the similarity with Asha Greyjoy's name wasn't realized until production on Season 2 began.
In the German dub of the TV series, however, the character is still called "Asha" as in the books. Another small change is that in the books, "Asha Greyjoy" has short black hair, a lean build, and a sharp beak of a nose.
In the TV series, "Yara Greyjoy" has brown hair. Other than these minor naming and cosmetic differences, Gemma Whelan's portrayal is actually quite faithful to Asha Greyjoy's behavior and actions in the books.
He has learned to rely on her, and she has never failed him. Balon is greatly proud of his wild headstrong daughter, and believes she can succeed him, although it is doubtful the other ironborn would accept her as their queen.
He wishes Theon dead so he would not stand in Asha's way, though this resentment has been cut from the television series, where Balon appears to be genuinely saddened after "losing" Theon to the Starks.
Asha's uncles Victarion Greyjoy, Aeron Greyjoy , and Rodrik "the Reader" Harlaw respect her and acknowledge her power, but do not believe she can rule the ironborn due to her gender.
Other ironborn often mock Asha ribaldy. However, Asha is confident and strong-willed enough to dismiss such attitude scornfully, and she always talks back sharply and makes fun of those who taunt her.
Asha's crew adore her devotedly. Half of them love her as their daughter, the other half want to have sex with her, and all of them would die for her.
Some time after Winterfell was sacked, Asha comes there, but finds only unrecognizable dead bodies, partly eaten by wolves.
She believes Theon is dead, but admits she cannot be certain. She, not Balon, receives a taunting letter from Ramsay with a piece of Theon's skin.
That makes her realize what has become of her brother, but unlike in the show she never attempts to save him from the Dreadfort. Asha loves her father, but considers him as "a brave man but a bad lord".
She realizes, at far earlier point than in the show while the ironborn still hold Moat Cailin and Deepwood Motte , that the ironborn have gained nothing from his military campaigns - the Greyjoy Rebellion and the invasion to the North - only casualties.
Asha loves her father, but considers him as "a brave man but a bad lord". She realizes that the ironborn have gained nothing from his military campaigns - the Greyjoy Rebellion and the invasion to the north - only casualties.
She believes it would be best for the ironborn to make peace with the north, and this is her main platform at the kingsmoot. Asha becomes a POV narrator starting in the fourth novel, A Feast for Crows.
This storyline was pushed back so it corresponds to TV-Yara starting in Season 6. Season Six incorporates the Ahsa storyline from the novel but changes some of the order of events.
In A Feast of Crows, Balon is dead by the time that Yara returns to the Iron Islands. Instead of visiting Pyke, she visits her uncle Rodrik Harlaw in the Ten Towers, bringing with her the Glover family.
Despite these differences, the TV series still incorporates Asha's character including her intention to succeed her father as ruler of the Iron Islands and her criticism of Balon's war strategy in the North.
The death of Balon is first reported as an "off-screen" event in A Storm of Swords, in which he's murdered by a faceless man on the orders of his brother Euron Greyjoy.
Asha is not present at her father's funeral. Asha's reunion with Theon occurs under very different circumstances in the fifth novel, A Dance of Dragons.
Asha, who by this stage has been taken prisoner by King Stannis Baratheon , encounters a dishevelled and battered Theon; who had recently rescued the false " Arya Stark " actually Jeyne Poole from Ramsay Bolton.
By that stage, the Kingsmoot has already occurred with Asha and her followers fleeing back to Deepwood Motte in the wake of Euron's victory.
In the novels, Asha initially does not recognize Theon - in her eyes he is an old man, resembling a scarecrow, his face is a skull with skin, his hair bone-white and filthy; a reversal of their first reunion on Pyke in A Clash of Kings.
When Stannis intends to execute Theon for his role in the alleged murders of Bran and Rickon, she pleads for his life.
She's a high lady after all, and I don't see why Stannis shouldn't take advantage of this. Pod The Impaler.
Stannis available. I also think she may try to save Theon if there is a trial. Her vs. Clayton Suggs, loser gets barbecued. Scipio Africanus. Make a break for it?
She'll be fighting for her life when the Others come calling I think she'll be one of the lucky few to survive but other then that I can't predict her fate.
The Mountain That Posts. Fire Eater. Your forgot the Reader, he thinks. Team Bolton. Posted January 9, Because she's already married.
The Mother of The Others. Bran's Legs. Asha returns to Deepwood Motte. She learns that her uncle Euron has married her to Erik Ironmaker without her concent.
Later she is taken captive by Stannis Baratheon , and is about to be sacrificed. She is met by Theon , who has escaped from Winterfell , but she does not recognize him.