Übersetzung im Kontext von „Viserys“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: I named them for my brothers, Viserys and Rhaegar. wurde er dann für die aufwändige Fantasyserie Game of Thrones besetzt, in welcher er in der ersten Staffel die Rolle des Viserys Targaryen spielte. - Photo of Viserys Targaryen for fans of Game of Thrones
Harry LloydViserys neigt zu Wutausbrüchen, die er "den Drachen wecken" nennt und mit schriller Stimme jedes Maß verliert, und zur Selbstüberschätzung, was sein Umfeld. wurde er dann für die aufwändige Fantasyserie Game of Thrones besetzt, in welcher er in der ersten Staffel die Rolle des Viserys Targaryen spielte. Viserys musste einsehen, dass weder Khal Drogo noch seine Schwester sein Vorhaben freiwillig unterstützen wollten. Er drohte Khal Drogo damit, Daenerys zu.
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Viserys : That was all I wanted. What was promised. No, you cannot touch me, I am the dragon , the dragon , and I will be crowned! Viserys : You were supposed to be my wife, to bear me children with silver hair and purple eyes , to keep the blood of the dragon pure.
I took care of you. I taught you who you were. I fed you. I sold our mother's crown to keep you fed.
Daenerys : You hurt me. You frightened me. Viserys : Only when you woke the dragon. I loved you. Daenerys : You sold me.
You betrayed me. Viserys : No. You were the betrayer. You turned against me, against your own blood. They cheated me. Your horsey husband and his stinking savages.
They were cheats and liars. They promised me a golden crown and gave me this. Viserys is less than the shadow of a snake.
My mother died giving me birth, and my father and my brother Rhaegar even before that. I would never have known so much as their names if Viserys had not been there to tell me.
He was the only one left. The only one. He is all I have. He was no dragon. Fire cannot kill a dragon. The Beggar King is dead.
The last son of Mad King Aerys. He's been going about the Free Cities since before I was born, calling himself a king.
Well, Mother says the Dothraki finally crowned him. With molten gold. The cream-and-gold I call Viserion. Viserys was cruel and weak and frightened, yet he was my brother still.
His dragon will do what he could not. Even as a child, your brother Viserys oft seemed to be his father 's son, in ways Rhaegar never did.
Doran : It makes no matter. He is dead. Arianne : The old ones are so frail. Was it a broken hip, a chill, the gout? Words are wind, and the wind that blows exiles across the narrow sea seldom blows them back.
That boy Viserys Targaryen spoke of return as well. He slipped through my fingers at Dragonstone , only to spend his life wheedling after sellswords.
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He resurrects her with the last of his life force and dies for the final time. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by David Michael Scott in season one , and by Richard Dormer in seasons three , six , seven and eight.
House Arryn is one of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms and is the principal house in the Vale. It is descended from Kings of Mountain and Vale.
Its main seat is at the Eyrie , a small castle located at the top of a mountain and reputed to be impregnable, where they are the Wardens of the East.
Its coat of arms displays a white moon-and-falcon on a sky blue field, and its words are As High as Honor. Jon Arryn was the head of the Arryn family until he was poisoned shortly before A Game of Thrones.
His only child, Robert "Sweetrobin" Arryn, became Lord of the Vale with Lysa Tully acting as regent. Jon Arryn was the Lord of the Eyrie , Defender of the Vale, Warden of the East, and Hand to King Robert Baratheon before the events of A Game of Thrones.
When King Aerys II Targaryen commanded him to hand over his wards for execution, Jon rose up in rebellion. In the HBO television adaptation , he is portrayed by John Standing.
Lysa Arryn, formerly of House Tully, is the second child and youngest daughter of Lord Hoster Tully. Enamored of Petyr Baelish , Lysa resented her older sister Catelyn Tully when he fell in love with her.
Prior to the series, while Baelish was her father's ward, Lysa was impregnated by him after Catelyn spurned him.
Learning of this, Hoster sent Baelish home and tricked Lysa into drinking an abortifacient potion, using her unborn child as proof of her fertility while marrying her off to Jon Arryn.
Lysa has become a paranoid and an unstable, mercurial woman. Shortly before A Game of Thrones , Baelish convinced Lysa to poison her husband and write a letter to Catelyn to name House Lannister responsible for the act.
Lysa, fearing her husband was sending her child to be fostered in a far off land, agrees. Fearing for herself and her son's safety, Lysa returns to the Eyrie and becomes Lady Regent of the Vale.
At the Eyrie, Lysa becomes involved in Catelyn's kidnapping of Tyrion Lannister, then refuses House Stark 's plea for assistance and commits the Vale to a strict policy of neutrality in the war.
Lysa later accepts a marriage proposal from Baelish in A Storm of Swords. After finding Baelish kissing Sansa Stark , Lysa attempts to throw her to her death, but Baelish saves Sansa by murdering Lysa.
In the HBO television adaptation, she is portrayed by Kate Dickie. Robert Arryn, sometimes called 'Sweetrobin', is the only child of Jon Arryn and Lysa Tully.
In the absence of his mother, he becomes attached to his cousin Sansa Stark in her disguise of Alayne Stone. In the television adaptation of the novels, the character is renamed 'Robin Arryn' to prevent confusion with Robert Baratheon.
He is portrayed by Lino Facioli. Yohn Royce sometimes called 'Bronze Yohn' is Lord of Runestone and head of House Royce.
After the death of Lysa Arryn, Lord Yohn forms the Lords Declarant in opposition to Petyr Baelish 's rule of the Vale. In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Rupert Vansittart.
Lady Waynwood is the lady of Ironoaks, and the head of House Waynwood, a powerful vassal to House Arryn of the Vale.
Lady Anya is part of the Lords Declarant, who oppose Baelish's rule of the Vale. In the HBO television adaptation, she is portrayed by Paola Dionisotti.
Nestor is a cousin of Yohn Royce, from a lesser branch of House Royce. He ruled the Eyrie as High Steward of the Vale during Jon Arryn's absence and acted as Keeper of the Gates of the Moon and feels he is owed for his years of service.
Littlefinger later makes him the hereditary Lord of the Gates of the Moon to keep him loyal, signing the paper declaring this so Nestor holding the Gates depends on Baelish' power.
House Greyjoy is one of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms and is the principal noble house on the Iron Islands , home to the Ironborn.
Its seat is on Pyke. Its coat of arms displays a golden kraken on a black field, and its words are We Do Not Sow. Bastards born in the Iron Islands are given the surname "Pyke".
The Greyjoys became Lords Paramount of the Iron Islands after House Targaryen conquered the Seven Kingdoms and allowed the Ironborn to choose who would have primacy over them.
Balon Greyjoy is the current Lord of the Iron Islands. He has two surviving children, his only daughter, Asha, and Theon. Balon Greyjoy is the Lord of the Iron Islands , King of Salt and Rock, Son of the Sea Wind, and Lord Reaper of Pyke.
Ten years before A Song of Ice and Fire , he led a rebellion against King Robert Baratheon. The rebellion failed and his youngest son Theon Greyjoy was taken as a hostage and raised in Winterfell by Lord Eddard Stark.
After Robert's death, Balon spurns Robb Stark 's offer of an alliance in A Clash of Kings and declares himself King of the Iron Islands and the North.
He dies in A Storm of Swords after falling off a bridge during a storm. Euron later admits to Aeron he was responsible for Balon's death, though not in person.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Patrick Malahide. Asha Greyjoy is Balon Greyjoy 's only daughter and oldest living child.
She serves as the third-person narrator for four chapters throughout A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons. Asha was raised as Balon's heir despite a custom forbidding female rule, and has otherwise defied traditional gender roles by captaining her own ship and leading men into battle.
When Balon orders an invasion of the North in A Clash of Kings , she captures Deepwood Motte. She returns to the Islands in A Feast For Crows after her father's death and claims her father's throne, which she loses in favor of her uncle Euron.
In A Dance with Dragons , she returns to Deepwood Motte and learns that Euron has married her off by proxy. In the HBO television adaptation, the character is renamed Yara Greyjoy to avoid confusion with the character Osha.
Yara is portrayed by Gemma Whelan. Theon Greyjoy is the only living son, and heir apparent of Balon Greyjoy. He is the third-person narrator for thirteen chapters throughout A Clash of Kings and A Dance with Dragons.
He is arrogant, cocky, and proud. Ten years before the events of the series, he was taken hostage by Ned Stark to be executed if Balon displeased the king.
Theon was raised at Winterfell with the Stark children and became a close friend to Robb Stark in particular. In the HBO television adaptation , he is portrayed by Alfie Allen.
Euron Greyjoy is the younger brother of Balon and is hated by all his brothers. He wears a patch over his left eye, for which he is nicknamed "Crow's Eye", and is more ruthless and sadistic than his brothers.
Before the events of the series, he was banished from the Iron Islands. During his exile, he lived as a pirate and became extremely wealthy and became involved in dark magic, culminating in his gaining ownership of a horn that can control dragons.
In A Feast for Crows , Euron's return from exile coincides with Balon's death, encouraging speculation that he played a role in his brother's demise.
After becoming King of the Iron Islands at a Kingsmoot by telling the Ironborn he knows where there are dragons and that he intends to conquer Westeros, he begins successful raids along the Reach.
He sends his brother Victarion away to court Daenerys Targaryen in his name and bring her and her dragons to Westeros.
Victarion Greyjoy is the second youngest of Balon's surviving brothers and is Lord Commander of the Iron Fleet.
He first appears in A Clash of Kings and is present as his brother, King Balon Greyjoy, reveals his plans to invade the north; Victarion is given overall command of the invasion.
He appears next in A Feast for Crows and serves as the third-person narrator for four chapters throughout A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons.
Victarion is a devout follower of the Drowned God. Years before the events of the series, he killed his wife after he learned of her affair with Euron and has not remarried.
After failing to become King of the Iron Islands, he is sent away to court Daenerys Targaryen in Euron's name, but he plans to marry her himself to spite Euron for earlier betrayals.
After weathering a savage storm, the remains of his fleet reach Meereen. Victarion orders his fleet to assault the forces besieging the city.
His fate is unknown. Aeron Greyjoy is the youngest of Balon's surviving brothers. In his youth, he was a drunk and was scorned by Balon, thus later known as Aeron Damphair.
After nearly drowning, he dedicated himself to the Drowned God , and became a high priest. This fails, and Aeron goes into hiding. A preview chapter from The Winds of Winter reveals that Euron had his men capture Aeron, leaving him imprisoned in Euron's ship for several months before being tied to the ship's prow.
It is also revealed that Euron had repeatedly molested Aeron in their youth, leading to Aeron's hatred of Euron.
In the HBO television adaption , he is portrayed by Michael Feast. Rodrik Harlaw is the Lord of Harlaw, the most populated of the Iron Islands.
He is the richest man in the Iron Islands and the maternal uncle of Asha Greyjoy, one of his sisters being Balon's wife.
Rodrik is known as "The Reader" because of his love of reading. He has so many books that they have filled one of the Towers in his castle of Ten Towers.
As both Rodrik's sons died in the First Greyjoy Rebellion his various relatives are vying to become his heir.
Rodrik has nominated his cousin Ser Harras Harlaw as heir to Harlaw. After Balon's death Rodrik agrees to support Asha at the Kingsmoot, but worries she won't get enough support and offers to make her heir to the Ten Towers.
After Euron wins the Kingsmoot, Rodrik advises Asha to flee the Iron Islands, fearing Euron will kill her to prevent his rule being challenged.
After capturing the Shield Islands, Euron makes Harras Lord of Greyshield to weaken Rodrik's power. Rodrik questions Euron's intent to conquer Westeros and claim to have sailed to Valyria, infuriating Euron.
House Martell is one of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms and is the ruling house of the kingdom of Dorne.
Its seat is the castle of Sunspear. Its coat of arms displays a gold spear piercing a red sun on an orange field, and its words are Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken.
Bastards born in Dorne are generally given the surname "Sand". Dorne, along with House Martell, is culturally, ethnically, and politically distinct from the rest of the kingdoms.
The rulers of Dorne are styled Prince or Princess because Dorne resisted direct conquest and joined the rest of the Seven Kingdoms through marriage.
Doran Martell is the Prince of Dorne and the Lord of Sunspear. He is the father of Arianne , Quentyn , and Trystane.
By A Game of Thrones , he is in his fifties, and his gout leaves him barely able to walk and dependent on a wheeled chair.
He is a cautious, pensive man who does not display his emotions. He swears loyalty to Joffrey only after Myrcella Baratheon is betrothed to Trystane by Tyrion Lannister , sending her off to Dorne.
Tyrion also gives him a position on Joffrey's council. In A Storm of Swords , Doran sends his brother Oberyn to claim the position.
After Oberyn's death, Doran refuses to start a war and returns to Sunspear to reassume control of his principality.
He imprisons Oberyn's vengeful daughters, called the Sand Snakes who have been calling for war for the death of their father , to maintain peace.
After foiling his daughter Arianne's attempt to crown Myrcella the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, he reveals that he has long been planning the downfall of Tywin Lannister to avenge Elia and intends to ally Dorne with House Targaryen.
In the HBO television adaptation , he is portrayed by Alexander Siddig. Arianne Martell is the eldest child of Prince Doran Martell of Dorne and heir to the Sunspear.
She serves as the third-person narrator for two chapters in A Feast for Crows , and will be the narrator for at least two chapters in The Winds of Winter.
By A Feast for Crows , she is dissatisfied with her father, believing him to be weak. She plans to name Myrcella Baratheon the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, as by Dornish law Myrcella inherits the title over her brother.
Arianne seduces Arys Oakheart to win his support of Myrcella's claim. The plot is foiled and Myrcella is wounded in the kidnapping attempt.
As Arianne confronts Doran after he foils her plans, her father reveals that he has been plotting revenge on Tywin Lannister for many years and was waiting for the perfect time to strike.
After the Golden Company invades Westeros, Doran sends Arianne to find out the truth about Aegon Targaryen. Her fate is unknown. Ser Quentyn Martell is the second child and oldest son of Doran Martell.
He is described as intelligent, serious, and dutiful,  though not particularly handsome. In A Dance with Dragons it is revealed that Doran Martell sent Quentyn to marry Daenerys Targaryen and bring her to Dorne.
On the way most of Quentyn's companions die. He and his remaining two friends, Archibald Yronwood and Gerris Drinkwater, are forced to become sellswords to reach Slaver's Bay.
Daenerys politely refuses the offer. Trystane Martell is the youngest child of Doran Martell. To ensure House Martell loyalty to the throne it is arranged that he will marry Myrcella Baratheon when they come of age.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Toby Sebastian. Elia Martell was the younger sister of Prince Doran Martell of Dorne and was very close to her younger brother Oberyn.
She married Prince Rhaegar Targaryen , and bore him two children: a daughter Rhaenys and a son Aegon. Fifteen years before the events of the series, Rhaegar was killed in battle during Robert's rebellion.
When the capital city was sacked by House Lannister , she was raped and murdered by Gregor Clegane. Elia's brother Oberyn, however, believed Tywin had Elia murdered to avenge the slight to his honor when Aerys had his son and heir married to Elia instead of Tywin's daughter, Cersei.
Oberyn Martell is the younger brother of Doran Martell. He is a hot-headed, forceful, and lustful man with a quick wit and a barbed tongue.
He is a formidable fighter and is called the "Red Viper" because it is rumored he poisons his weapons. In A Storm of Swords , he leads a Dornish envoy to King's Landing to claim the seat on the small council on his brother, Prince Doran Martell's, behalf and obtain justice for his sister Elia Martell's murder.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by Pedro Pascal. Ellaria Sand is the paramour of Prince Oberyn Martell , and the mother of the four youngest "Sand Snakes".
She accompanies Oberyn to King's Landing when Oberyn takes the seat on the small council. After returning to Dorne , she is distraught when she hears Obara's statement on how the Mountain's death "is a start", as she sees the futility of it, and is worried about her own daughters' safety.
In the HBO television adaptation, she is portrayed by Indira Varma. The name "Sand Snakes" refers to Prince Oberyn Martell 's eight illegitimate daughters: Obara, Nymeria, Tyene, Sarella, Elia, Obella, Dorea and Loreza, the latter youngest four were born to Oberyn's paramour Ellaria Sand.
The older four however were born to different women: Obara from an Oldtown prostitute; Nymeria also known as Lady Nym from a noblewoman in Volantis ; Tyene from a septa serving the Faith of the Seven ; and Sarella from the female captain of the Summer Isles trading ship Feathered Kiss.
They are collectively called "Sand Snakes" in reference to their father's nickname "Red Viper" and the regional norm of giving Dornish highborn illegitimate children the bastard surname "Sand".
In A Feast for Crows , Obara, Nymeria and Tyene Sand wish revenge for their father's death and pressure their uncle Prince Doran Martell to declare war.
When they are implicated in various plots to agitate the Dornish populace, Prince Doran catches hold of their plans and orders Areo Hotah to arrest the three Sand Snakes to prevent them from drawing Dorne into war.
In A Dance with Dragons , Doran releases the three imprisoned Sand Snakes and sends them on individual missions in his covert plot to bring down House Lannister in revenge for the murder of Elia Martell and her children during the Sack of King's Landing.
Obara is sent to accompany the visiting Kingsguard knight Ser Balon Swann to High Hermitage so he can hunt down and kill the rogue knight Gerold Dayne for the mutilating attack on Princess Myrcella.
Nymeria is sent to King's Landing to take the vacant Dornish seat on the small council in her late father's place and serve as an agent from the inside.
Tyene is sent to accompany her sister Nymeria to King's Landing disguised as a septa and gain the confidence of the High Sparrow.
The status of the fourth Sand Snake, Sarella Sand, is unknown, though according to Prince Doran she is said to be playing some sort of "game" in Oldtown.
Sarella is famous for her insatiable academic curiosities, and there are fan speculations that she is actually disguised as a male Citadel acolyte named Alleras "Sarella" spelt backwards with the nickname "the Sphinx", who debuts in the prologue of A Feast for Crows and helps Samwell Tarly when he arrives at the Citadel.
In the ending chapter of A Feast for Crows , Alleras is tasked by the departing Archmaester Marvyn to take good care of Samwell as the latter starts his maester training.
In two of pre-released chapters from the yet unfinished The Winds of Winter , the fifth Sand Snake, Elia Sand, nicknamed "Lady Lance", accompanies her cousin, Princess Arianne Martell , on the diplomatic journey to meet with Jon Connington and the allegedly survived Aegon VI Targaryen.
In the HBO television adaptation , only the oldest three Sand Snakes exist. Obara Sand is portrayed by New Zealand actress Keisha Castle-Hughes , Nymeria Sand by English actress Jessica Henwick , and Tyene Sand by Italian-American actress Rosabell Laurenti Sellers ; [S 28] the other Sand Snakes do not appear in the series.
Areo Hotah is the captain of Prince Doran Martell 's guards. He serves as the third-person narrator for two chapters throughout A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons.
He was born as the youngest of a large family in Norvos. Areo is steadfastly loyal to Doran. He helps foil Arianne Martell 's plot to name Myrcella Baratheon the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, killing Arys Oakheart in the process.
In the HBO television adaptation, he is portrayed by DeObia Oparei. House Tully is one of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms and is the principal house in the Riverlands.
Its seat is at Riverrun. Its coat of arms displays a leaping silver trout on a field of rippling blue and red stripes, and its words are Family, Duty, Honor.
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.
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