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House Tarly of Horn Hill
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Coat of arms Vert, a striding huntsman proper garbed gules
Words First in Battle
Seat Horn Hill
Current Lord Randyll Tarly
Region The Reach
Title Lord of Horn Hill
Heir Dickon Tarly
Overlord House Tyrell
Ancestral Weapon Heartsbane

House Tarly of Horn Hill is a noble house of the Reach, one of the strongest sworn to House Tyrell[1]. Horn Hill is located in the foothills of the Red Mountains. Their sigil is the striding huntsman on green.[2][3] Their motto is not revealed in the books, but according to semi-canon sources it is "First in Battle".[4] They are a family old in honor with rich lands and a strong keep. They are also the keepers of a Valyrian greatsword called Heartsbane.[5]

Contents

History

Lord Alan Tarly declared for the blacks during the Dance of the Dragons.[6]

The Tarly huntsmen was spotted by Dunk among the heraldry on display at the Ashford Tourney. Ser Samwyle Tarly is listed as having competed at the tourney.[7]

Lord Randyll's father was unhorsed by Ser Denys Mallister in a tourney.[8]

During Robert's Rebellion, Lord Randyll Tarly commanded the vanguard of the Reach at the Battle of Ashford, where he killed Lord Cafferen and forced Robert Baratheon to retreat. Mace Tyrell, however, takes credit for the victory.

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

Samwell Tarly joins the Night's Watch as a steward and befriends Jon Snow. Sam has been removed from the Tarly line of succession by Lord Randyll Tarly in favor of Dickon Tarly.

A Clash of Kings

Randyll is among the lords that join their forces to Renly Baratheon's beneath Bitterbridge. Renly was at Horn Hill with Lord Tarly when he received Stannis Baratheon's letter concerning the illegitimacy of Cersei's children.

Randyll is among the lords who do not go over to Stannis after Renly's death. He captures Renly's stores at Bitterbridge and puts many men to death, mainly Florent men-at-arms, lest they go over to Stannis along with their lords. Lord Randyll is presented to the Iron Throne after the Battle of the Blackwater, where he had commanded the center of the Tyrell-Lannister host.

Samwell is part of the great ranging in search of Mance Rayder and Benjen Stark beyond the Wall.

A Storm of Swords

After the Battle of the Fist of the First Men, Samwell slays an Other. He escapes the mutiny at Craster's Keep with Gilly, and they are among the few survivors to reach the Wall. After the Battle of Castle Black, Sam arranges for the election of Jon Snow as Lord Commander of the Night's Watch.

Lord Randyll defeats a northern army at the Battle of Duskendale. He then captures Maidenpool.

A Feast for Crows

Jon orders Samwell to attend the Citadel in Oldtown to gather lore about the Others. Sam intends to send Gilly and the wildling prince to leave with his mother Melessa at Horn Hill.[9]

Ser Kevan Lannister names Lord Randyll as a good candidate to fill the vacant position as Hand of the King during his meeting with Queen Cersei Lannister.

Brienne of Tarth spots the badge of House Tarly among those that had been collected from the dead around Duskendale.[2] As he is meting out justice in Maidenpool, Randyll meets Brienne. He dismisses her mission and tells her never to set foot within his sight again. Dickon Tarly is betrothed to Eleanor Mooton, the daughter of Lord William Mooton of Maidenpool.

A Dance with Dragons

Randyll returns to King's Landing upon receiving news of the arrest of Margaery Tyrell. He receives custody of her and her cousins after swearing a holy oath to return them for trial. As part of Lord Regent Kevan Lannister's efforts to assuage the men of the Reach, Lord Tarly is named Master of Laws.

House Tarly at the end of the third century

The known Tarlys during the timespan of the events described in A Song of Ice and Fire are:


Randyll
 
Melessa Florent
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Samwell
 
Talla
 
Two other girls
 
Dickon
 
Eleanor Mooton
 


Household

Historical Members

Sworn Houses

References and Notes

This page uses content from the English Wikipedia. The original content was at Minor houses in A Song of Ice and Fire.
The list of authors can be seen in the page history of Minor houses in A Song of Ice and Fire.
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