History Characters / GameOfThronesHouseTully

15th Nov '16 3:41:09 PM EmmaHarrow
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* KilledByTheAdaptation: Subverted in regards to the Red Wedding, which he attends in the show though he didn't in the book, but manages to escape.[[spoiler: Played straight in the aftermath of the Siege of Riverrun, where he goes down swinging while he escaped in the books.]]
11th Oct '16 8:23:23 PM Vox
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* AdaptationalVillainy: When handing Riverrun over to the Lannisters, he orders for his uncle Brynden Tully to be captured and put into their custody. In the books, he only surrenders the castle after he "[[SteppingOutForAQuickCupOfCoffee accidentally]]" lets the Blackfish escape.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: When handing Riverrun over to the Lannisters, he orders for his uncle Brynden Tully to be captured and put into their custody. In the books, he only surrenders the castle after he "[[SteppingOutForAQuickCupOfCoffee "[[BlatantLies accidentally]]" lets the Blackfish escape.
8th Oct '16 1:00:51 PM DustSnitch
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Hoster's younger brother, a knight. Acknowledged far and wide as one of the best knights and tacticians in Westeros, and a grade-A {{Badass}}.

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Hoster's younger brother, a knight. Acknowledged far and wide as one of the best knights and tacticians in Westeros, and a grade-A {{Badass}}.badass.



* NoSell: None of Jaime's attempts to get him to give up Riverrun work. Edmure can't be used as a bargaining chip, as Brynden has accepted that his nephew is likely going to die no matter what happens. Being the {{Badass}} that he is, the threat of a siege doesn't intimidate him. And the Freys can't starve him out because he and his men have enough provisions to last two years.

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* NoSell: None of Jaime's attempts to get him to give up Riverrun work. Edmure can't be used as a bargaining chip, as Brynden has accepted that his nephew is likely going to die no matter what happens. Being the {{Badass}} badass that he is, the threat of a siege doesn't intimidate him. And the Freys can't starve him out because he and his men have enough provisions to last two years.
7th Oct '16 2:48:02 AM DeadlyAssassin
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* EverybodysDeadDave: With the sole exception of Edmure, [[spoiler:who remains a captive of the Freys, even after Walder Frey's death]], House Tully is virtually extinct. While some form of Tully blood lives on in Sansa, Bran, Arya, and Robin, they are considered Starks and Arryns more than Tullys, officially.

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* EverybodysDeadDave: With the sole exception of Edmure, Edmure and his infant son, [[spoiler:who remains a captive remain captives of the Freys, even after Walder Frey's death]], House Tully is virtually extinct. While some form of Tully blood lives on in Sansa, Bran, Arya, and Robin, they are considered Starks and Arryns more than Tullys, officially.
15th Sep '16 4:15:20 AM Vox
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* AdaptationalVillainy: When handing Riverrun over to the Lannisters, he orders for his uncle Brynden to be captured and put into their custody. In the books, he only surrenders the castle after "[[BlatantLies accidentally]]" allowing the Blackfish to escape.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: When handing Riverrun over to the Lannisters, he orders for his uncle Brynden Tully to be captured and put into their custody. In the books, he only surrenders the castle after "[[BlatantLies he "[[SteppingOutForAQuickCupOfCoffee accidentally]]" allowing lets the Blackfish to escape.
11th Sep '16 2:17:20 AM rafi
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* BornLucky: He got handed a stunner of a wife in exchange of the massacre of his family. He also manages to survive the Red Wedding, albeit as a prisoner.



* LuckyBastard: Played with: he got handed a stunner of a wife in exchange of the massacre of his family. He also manages to survive the Red Wedding, albeit as a prisoner.
3rd Sep '16 7:08:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: House Tully has quite a bit of similarities with the [[TheSoundOfMartialMusic Habsburg dynasty]], given their penchant for forging alliances and marrying off members of their family to secure even greater power. Basically the Riverlands in general which they rule over are the Belgium of Westeros. Like the Low Countries in Medieval Europe, they're the borderlands between all of the major powers (England, France, Germany), so they're on the front line of almost ''every'' major war. Only the fact that they're one of the more fertile breadbasket regions of Westeros (along with the Reach) allows them to recover in the generations between major wars.

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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: House Tully has quite a bit of similarities with the [[TheSoundOfMartialMusic [[UsefulNotes/TheSoundOfMartialMusic Habsburg dynasty]], given their penchant for forging alliances and marrying off members of their family to secure even greater power. Basically the Riverlands in general which they rule over are the Belgium of Westeros. Like the Low Countries in Medieval Europe, they're the borderlands between all of the major powers (England, France, Germany), so they're on the front line of almost ''every'' major war. Only the fact that they're one of the more fertile breadbasket regions of Westeros (along with the Reach) allows them to recover in the generations between major wars.
20th Aug '16 1:25:39 AM damus2300
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* RebelLeader: He's been this for the past three seasons.
23rd Jul '16 10:24:06 PM Aerro
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* EverybodysDeadDave: With the sole exception of Edmure, [[spoiler:who remains a captive of the Freys, even after Walder Frey's death]], House Tully is virtually extinct. While some form of Tully blood lives on in Sansa, Bran, Arya, and Robin, they are considered Starks and Arryns more than Tullys, officially.
* FantasyCounterpartCulture: House Tully has quite a bit of similarities with the [[TheSoundOfMartialMusic Habsburg dynasty]], given their penchant for forging alliances and marrying off members of their family to secure even greater power. Basically the Riverlands in general which they rule over are the Belgium of Westeros. Like the Low Countries in Medieval Europe, they're the borderlands between all of the major powers (England, France, Germany), so they're on the front line of almost ''every'' major war. Only the fact that they're one of the more fertile breadbasket regions of Westeros (along with the Reach) allows them to recover in the generations between major wars.
* GuiltByAssociation / RevengeByProxy: Invaded by the Lannisters in response to Catelyn arresting Tyrion, despite the fact that Catelyn has not been in the Riverlands for years and her husband, Ned Stark, claimed responsibility for it.



* GuiltByAssociation / RevengeByProxy: Invaded by the Lannisters in response to Catelyn arresting Tyrion, despite the fact that Catelyn has not been in the Riverlands for years and her husband, Ned Stark, claimed responsibility for it.
* FantasyCounterpartCulture: House Tully has quite a bit of similarities with the [[TheSoundOfMartialMusic Habsburg dynasty]], given their penchant for forging alliances and marrying off members of their family to secure even greater power. Basically the Riverlands in general which they rule over are the Belgium of Westeros. Like the Low Countries in Medieval Europe, they're the borderlands between all of the major powers (England, France, Germany), so they're on the front line of almost ''every'' major war. Only the fact that they're one of the more fertile breadbasket regions of Westeros (along with the Reach) allows them to recover in the generations between major wars.
22nd Jul '16 3:28:31 AM damus2300
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* BlessedWithSuck: In the Blu-ray lore, Blackfish considers Aegon the Conqueror making the Tullys the ruling house of the Riverlands as this since they've had to arbitrate and negotiate among the quarrelsome river lords ever since.
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