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Ród Tullych of Riverrun
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Herb Azure, two pallets wavy mud red, a trout hauriant argent
Dewiza Family, Duty, Honor
Siedziba Exiled (formerly Riverrun)
Obecna głowa rodu Edmure Tully
Region Dorzecze
Tytuł Lord of Riverrun
Lord Paramount of the Trident
Spadkobierca Robert Arryn
Senior Ród Starków of Winterfell (disputed by Ród Baratheonów z Królewskiej Przystani)

Ród Tullych of Riverrun, is one of the Great Houses of Siedem Królestw. The Tullys rule over the Dorzecze from their seat at Riverrun. Its current head is Lord Edmure Tully. Their sigil is a silver trout leaping on a blue and red striped field, and their words are "Family, Duty, Honor."[1] Members of the family tend to have auburn hair, high cheekbones, and bright blue eyes.


Ród Tullych is an old noble house, dating back to the Era Herosów. Unlike many Great Houses they never ruled as kings, but held Riverrun for a thousand years as vassals of those who did. Ród Tullych rose to prominence during the Wars of Conquest, when Lord Edmyn led the rebel riverlords who deserted King Harren the Black and joined Aegon the Conqueror, and were so established as Lords Paramount of the Trident.[2]

Given the Dorzecze' geographic vulnerability, Ród Tullych has ever sought alliances in case of invasion. Lord Hoster Tully sought to wed his brother Ser Brynden, hero of the Wojna Dziewięciogroszowych Królów to Bethany Redwyne, but Brynden would have none of it. This began a years-long quarrel between the two, for which Brynden earned the moniker "Blackfish." Hoster also took a ward, Petyr Baelish, then an obscure lordling from the Paluchy. Petyr fell in love with Lord Tully's eldest daughter Catelyn, but was rebuffed. As consolation he took the virginity of Lysa, Hoster's other daughter. Hoster forbade Petyr from marrying either of his daughters due to his low standing, and ordered Lysa to drink moon tea to prevent her from bearing Petyr's child. Hoster accepted an offer from Tywin Lannister to wed Jaime Lannister to Lysa, but Jaime unexpectedly joined the Gwardia Królewska before this could occur. Hoster rebuffed Tywin's offer of Tyrion as a replacement. Other prospects existed from House Brax and others, but Hoster finally accepted an offer from Lord Rickard Stark that Catelyn be betrothed to Brandon Stark, heir to Winterfell. Petyr Baelish dueled Brandon for Catelyn's favor, resulting in his exile from Riverrun. Brandon and Rickard's executions by the Mad King complicated matters, but Lord Hoster threw in with the ensuing rebellion, arranging for Catelyn to wed Brandon's brother Lord Eddard and for Lysa to marry Lord Jon Arryn. Dorzecze was a major theater of the war, and Lord Hoster fought in the Bitwa Dzwonów and crushed the royalist houses of Goodbrook, Darry, Mooton, and Ryger. His control over his bannermen was not complete; aside from these recalcitrant houses, Ród Freyów delayed their contribution until after the decisive Bitwa nad Tridentem, itself fought in the Dorzecze. After the war, the Tully girls rode off to their husbands' seats, with Ser Brynden accompanying Lysa to the Dolina to serve as Rycerz of the Gate.

Recent Events

Lord Hoster Tully is an old man, afflicted with an illness which has left him a bed-ridden invalid. His responsibilities fall on his son and heir, Ser Edmure Tully. After the death of her husband, Lysa sends a coded message to Catelyn warning her of the Lannisters. When Catelyn later sails to Królewska Przystań to speak with Eddard about an attempt on their son Bran's life, Petyr Baelish (now Starszy nad Monetą) says that the dagger used was Tyrion Lannister's. On her return to Winterfell, Catelyn captures Tyrion and brings him to the Orle Gniazdo for trial. Lord Tywin Lannister sends raiders to the Dorzecze in retaliation and calls his banners to Lannisport. Edmure sends a defensive force to the border of the Krainy Zachodu, but they are crushed beneath the Złoty Ząb by Ser Jaime Lannister, who goes on to capture Edmure, scattering his forces and besieging the Tully seat. Meanwhile Lysa's champion loses a trial by combat and Tyrion goes free. Lysa refuses to commit Dolina Arrynów's forces to the war against the Lannisters. Ser Brynden the Blackfish, disgusted by her behavior, rides off to join Catelyn's son Robb Stark in defending Riverrun. Robb, through a brilliant maneuver, captures the Kingslayer and breaks the siege with an ambitious surprise attack led by Ser Brynden. There at Riverrun, the riverlords and northmen proclaim him Król Północy and of the Trident.

Ser Brynden reconciles with his dying brother before riding off with King Robb in his Krainy Zachodu campaign. He commands the outriders, and leads the van in smashing a third Lannister host. Ser Edmure stays behind in the Dorzecze. Meaning well, he takes in smallfolk from across the Dorzecze in an effort to guard them from Lannister raiders, but this reduces Riverrun's stores considerably. He unwittingly foils Robb's strategy by denying Lord Tywin's crossing of the Trident. After she hears of the supposed deaths of two of her sons, Catelyn creates another complication by releasing Jaime Lannister from captivity in Riverrun.

In his last weeks, Lord Hoster slips into delirium, and recalls with regret his order for Lysa to abort Petyr Baelish's child. Edmure and Catelyn (now on house arrest) are with him as his life ends, but their calls for Lysa to attend go unanswered. On Hoster's death, Edmure becomes Lord of Riverrun in title as well as fact. In accordance with traditional Tully funeral rites, Hoster's body is sent in a boat down the river by seven pallbearing bannermen, and the boat is set alight by a flaming arrow shot by his heir. In Dolina Arrynów, Lysa marries Petyr Baelish. When Robb returns, he has wed Jeyne Westerling, a lesser Lannister vassal, thereby breaking his marriage contract with Ród Freyów. To make up for his failure, Edmure offers to marry a Frey in his stead. While at Bliźniaki for his marriage to Roslin Frey, the Tullys and Starks are betrayed. Catelyn, Robb, and many others are murdered under Prawo gościny. In mockery of the Tully funeral customs, Catelyn is thrown naked from the castle walls into the river. Lord Edmure is captured and Ród Tullych is stripped of its lands, titles, and incomes. The lordship of Riverrun and its associated lands and incomes are given to the newly established Ród Freyów of Riverrun, though Ród Tullych's status as overlords of the Dorzecze passes to Ród Baelishów z Harrenhal.[3] Ser Brynden is besieged by Freys at Riverrun, one of the last anti-Lannister strongholds in the south. Meanwhile Lysa is thrown to her death by her new husband Petyr Baelish. Catelyn's corpse is found by the outlaw lord Beric Dondarrion, gives his own life to breathe life into her - of a sort. The new Catelyn, who is known as Lady Stoneheart, takes leadership of Beric's Bractwo bez Chorągwi and goes on a campaign of vengeance, killing anyone she finds remotely associated with the Krwawe Gody.

At Riverrun, Brynden withstands daily threats that Edmure will be hanged. Finally Jaime Lannister arrives and negotiates an end to the siege - but not before Brynden is able to escape to parts unknown. Edmure is being held in genteel captivity at Casterly Rock, with his wife Roslin slated to join him after she gives birth.

The Tully House at the end of the third century

The known Tullys during the timespan of the events described on Pieśń Lodu i Ognia are:


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Brynden Tully
{Eddard "Ned"
Roslin Frey
Dwaj synowie


Historical members


References in the books

Dunk & Egg

Pieśń Lodu i Ognia

Sworn Houses

References and Notes

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