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House Tyrell of Wysogród
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Herb Vert, a rose or
Dewiza Growing Strong
Siedziba Wysogród
Obecna głowa rodu Mace Tyrell
Region Reach
Tytuł Lord of Wysogród
Warden of the South
Defender of the Marches
High Marshal of Reach
Spadkobierca Willas Tyrell
Senior Ród Baratheonów z Królewskiej Przystani
Młodsze linie House Tyrell of Brightwater Keep

House Tyrell of Wysogród is one of the Great Houses of the Siedem Królestw, overlords over Reach. A large, wealthy house, its wealth is only surpassed among the Great Houses by Ród Lannisterów, and the Tyrells can field the greatest armies. Additionally, if they call the fleets of their bannermen the Redwynes, the lords of the Tarczowe Wyspy, and the coastal lords, they can command a navy that equals if not surpasses the royal fleet.

Wysogród is an ancient seat of rule and the heart of chivalry in the Siedem Królestw; the Tyrells style themselves 'Defenders of the Marches' and 'High Marshals of Reach', and traditionally, they have been Wardens of the South. Their sigil is a golden rose on a green field, and their words are "Growing Strong."[1] Members of the family tend to have curly brown hair and brown or golden eyes.


The Tyrells trace their line of descent, through the female line, to the legendary Garth Greenhand, the first King of Reach, in the Era Herosów(indicating their origin among the Andalowie invaders thousands of years before). The Tyrells were stewards to Ród Gardenerów, the ancient ruling line of Kings of Reach, who periodically intermarried with lower ranking houses of Reach such as House Tyrell or Ród Florentów. Following the defeat and death of King Mern IX, at the Pole Ognia, Lord Harlen Tyrell, hereditary high steward of Reach, surrendered Wysogród and was granted the castle along with dominion of Reach by Aegon the Conqueror. As Wardens of the South they frequently warred with the Dornijczycy, who remained independent.

When Daeron I Targaryen, the Young Smok, attempted the conquest of Dorne, the Lord of Wysogród commanded the army that invaded via Prince's Pass. After the initial victory, Daeron appointed Lord Tyrell as governor of Dorne. Lord Tyrell liked Dornish women and one night he pulled the rope that would signal for a wench to come to his bed, and a hundred scorpions fell from the canopy instead. His death sparked new revolts, and the conquest was undone in a fortnight.

During the War of the Usurper, House Tyrell stayed loyal to King Aerys II Targaryen. Lord Mace Tyrell's forces achieved victory against Robert Baratheon at the Battle of Ashford, dealing the future king his only defeat of the war at the cost of Ser Quentin Tyrell's life. Mace likes to take credit for the success, but it was the van under command of Lord Randyll Tarly that put Robert to flight. Mace went on to besiege Robert's brother Stannis at Koniec Burzy, but bent the knee after the Targaryens were all but wiped out in the Zdobycie Królewskiej Przystani. Robert Baratheon, king by conquest, forgave them and accepted them as sworn vassals.

Recent Events

On the outset of the novels, Loras Tyrell, the Rycerz of the Flowers, is the only member of the House outside Reach. He rides in the Turniej Namiestnika, defeating Ser Gregor Clegane but yielding the final tilt to Sandor Clegane after the Hound rescues him from the Mountain. He is upset when the Hand, Eddard Stark, does not send him to bring Gregor to justice for pillaging the Dorzecze. As King Robert lays dying, Loras supports Renly Baratheon's desire to take the crown before either Prince Joffrey or Lord Stannis Baratheon can claim it, and flees the city with him when Lord Stark rebuffs Renly's request for his aid.

House Tyrell declares for King Renly. Margaery is to be his queen, his ex-squire and secret lover Ser Loras the Lord Commander of his Tęczowa Gwardia, and Lord Mace his Hand. With the backing of the Tyrells (and almost all of their bannermen), Renly has the strongest army in the Wojna Pięciu Królów. After a failed parley with his brother Stannis, Renly's host seems sure to win the coming battle. When he is murdered that night, an enraged Loras kills the two Rycerzs who were guarding him. Renly's assassination saw many of Reachmen defect to Stannis's cause. The Tyrells and their leal bannermen (including Paxter Redwyne, Randyll Tarly and Mathis Rowan) plot their next move at Gorzki Most, where they receive a visit from Petyr Baelish. He extends an offer of alliance with King Joffrey "Baratheon" and Ród Lannisterów. The Tyrells join with Tywin Lannister, marching on Królewska Przystań in time to save the city and rout Stannis's forces in the Bitwa nad Czarnym Nurtem. Mace's second son Ser Garlan the Gallant fights in Renly's armor, frightening the smallfolk into believing the king had risen from the grave.

After the battle, Mace is rewarded with the Mała Rada post of Starszy nad Statkami, while lords Redwyne and Rowan are given advisory seats. Garlan is made lord of Brightwater Keep, since the Florents now served Stannis's cause. Loras joins the Gwardia Królewska, and Margaery is betrothed to King Joffrey. Prior to Margaery's arrival in Królewska Przystań, Tyrell men with food carts succor the starving residents, creating wild popularity for her and her house despite the fact that it was the Tyrell embargo that created the shortage in the first place. Mace's mother Lady Olenna arranges to meet with Sansa Stark. Talking to Sansa about Joffrey, Olenna decides she does not care for the match between he and Margaery and conspires with Petyr Baelish to poison Joffrey at his own wedding feast. Tyrion Lannister is falsely accused of the murder, and Mace is one of the judges at his trial. He wants the Imp dead because Margaery was drinking from the same cup, unaware that it was his mother who perpetrated the poisoning, but Tyrion eventually escapes the city.

Since then House Tyrell has indeed "grown strong", coming to dominate their tenuous alliance with the Lannisters despite the paranoid meddling of Queen Cersei. After her father the Hand's death, Cersei resumes her regency and removes Mace and his favored bannermen from the Mała Rada. Meanwhile Margaery is wed to the new king, Joffrey's brother Tommen, releasing Mace from his vow not to leave the city until Margaery was wed. Margaery makes a point to win the love of the people and to try and prepare Tommen for kingship; she is baffled by Cersei's refusal of all her suggestions and apparent lack of understanding regarding dire military threats. She resists the attempted seductions of Cersei's agent Osney Kettleblack. Cersei sends Loras to besiege Smocza Skała and Mace to besiege Koniec Burzy to remove them from the capitol and place them in danger. Loras is badly wounded while seizing the island, and Mace quickly returns when he hears that Margaery has been imprisoned by the Wielki Wróbel, she and Cersei exchanging mutual accusations of immorality. By the time he arrives, however, he finds Randyll Tarly has already secured her release; Tarly is to hold them until their trial. He again vows to remain in the city, this time until Margaery is acquitted in her upcoming trial. With Cersei imprisoned, Ser Kevan Lannister is named Lord Regent over Tommen, and he takes several steps to smooth over Cersei's actions. Mace Tyrell is finally made Hand, and his bannermen Randyll Tarly and Paxter Redwyne are made masters of laws and ships, respectively. Ser Kevan is now dead by crossbow thanks to Varys, which The Spider hopes will lead to continued fracturing of the Lannister-Tyrell alliance.

The Tyrell House at the end of the third century

Back row, left to right: Willas, Garlan, Loras, Margaery.
Front: Olenna, Mace, Alerie Hightower.Art by Cabepfir©

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

Distant relations of the main branch are:

Lord Tyrell
{Lord Luthor}
Ser Moryn
{Ser Luthor}
the Lazy
{Renly I}
{Joffrey I}
Tommen I
Ser {Quentin}
Ser {Victor}


Margaery's companions and ladies-in-waiting:

At Wysogród:

Rycerzs and sworn swords:

References in the books

Dunk & Egg

Pieśń Lodu i Ognia

Sworn Houses

References and Notes

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