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We need men of your courage. Ser Brynden Tully was Robb's eyes and ears, the commander of his scouts and outriders. Small chance the Blackfish will pay good coin for a girl he doesn't know.
Those Tullys are a sour, suspicious lot, he's like to think we're selling him false goods. Resolve is one thing Brynden Blackfish never lacked for.
Hoster Tully could have told you that. Tully had a craggy face, deeply lined and windburnt beneath a shock of stiff grey hair, but Jaime could still see the great knight who once enthralled a squire with tales of the Ninepenny Kings.
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Ser Warden of the Southern Marches Knight of the Gate formerly Castellan of Riverrun formerly. By now Hoster has reconciled with his brother, uniting again over Hoster's deathbed.
He does not go north with Robb to attend the wedding of Lord Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey , instead staying at Riverrun to hold it in Robb's absence.
As a reward for his contributions in the War of the Five Kings he is made Warden of the Southern Marches. After the brutal murder of Robb and Catelyn at the Red Wedding Brynden refuses to bend the knee to Joffrey I Baratheon or, after Joffrey's death, Tommen I Baratheon.
He is besieged in the castle by a force consisting of House Frey, under the command of Ser Ryman Frey , House Lannister, under the command of Daven Lannister and an assortment of surrendered riverlords, but Brynden still refuses to surrender either the castle or Queen Jeyne Westerling , despite the threats of Edmure being hanged.
Jaime Lannister is sent to lift the siege and bring the Riverlands back under the King's peace. He parleys with the Blackfish, but only so Brynden can hear why he betrayed Catelyn and see that the Kingslayer has been maimed.
Page Tools Edit Classic Edit Beta Flag View History. Previous PREVIOUS. Was this guide helpful? YES NO. Edmure is sent to retake the castle from the Tully garrison, under threat of the murder of his son.
The Blackfish knows that Edmure is not coming of his own free will, and orders the men not to let him in. Though the Blackfish commands the forces at Riverrun, formal authority is vested in Edmure as the rightful head of House Tully and the Lord of Riverrun, and his men are obliged to obey Edmure, not the Blackfish.
As his men allow Edmure into Riverrun, a disheartened Blackfish leaves the battlements. Edmure orders his men to surrender and that his uncle be put in chains, but the Blackfish refuses to surrender and resolves to kill as many men as he can.
He leads Brienne and her squire Podrick Payne into a waterway to escape Riverrun on a boat. He stays to die fighting for his home, though he admits he'll "probably make a fool" of himself due to a lack of recent combat experience.
A Lannister soldier later reports to Jaime that the Blackfish was killed while resisting arrest. Though Jaime appears saddened that he has helped the Freys murder another member of Catelyn's family, it is unknown if he gave the Blackfish a proper funeral or allowed the Freys to desecrate his corpse as they did to Catelyn and Robb at the Red Wedding.
As the Freys and Lannisters celebrate their retaking of Riverrun at the Twins, Lord Walder gloats about the Blackfish's death at the hands of common foot soldiers.
Later, however, the Blackfish and all those who died at the Red Wedding are finally avenged by his great-niece Arya Stark , who murders Lord Walder and his sons, Black Walder and Lothar.
He was well loved by most of the family who knew him, with the only exception being his older brother Hoster, with whom he shared a rather complicated relationship.
As a young man, he had no interest in ruling as a lord, and no interest in marrying, and thus his relationship with his older brother was marred.
However, even after decades of animosity between them, Catelyn claimed that Brynden was missed by Hoster, and she asked if he made peace.
Brynden had no qualms whatsoever about sharing his opinion with, and of, others. After watching Edmure repeatedly fail to ignite Hoster Tully's boat at his funeral, Brynden silently took the bow from him and did it himself.
Later, Brynden coldly accosted Edmure for his vainglorious blunder at the Stone Mill. Brynden also respected Robb a great deal, demanding that Edmure refer to him as his king and not his nephew.
Later on, when the Freys proposed a marriage between one of Lord Walder's daughter and Edmure, and Edmure refused, Brynden was openly aggressive in his insistence that Edmure go through with it.
Brynden also respected Robb's father enough to hit Rickard Karstark when he insulted him. He didn't respect Jaime Lannister in the slightest, only ever calling him Kingslayer, and at the end of their parley he declared himself disappointed in Jaime, expecting more than what he encountered.
Brynden even proved himself not to be blinded by gender inequality, as he grew to respect Brienne, thinking that she could serve Sansa better than he ever could.
Throughout the Second Siege of Riverrun, he held the castle against the admittedly inept Freys, even when they held Edmure at the point of a knife.
In this case, when the Freys switched between hanging the man and cutting his throat, Brynden called their bluff and challenged them to kill Edmure, suggesting that he knew that they wouldn't follow through with it.
He also proclaimed Riverrun his home and that he would continue holding it from the Freys and Lannisters. Unfortunately, the only thing that held him back from having full control of his men was the fact that he wasn't Lord of Riverrun, and thus when Edmure approached Riverrun, Brynden sensed a trap, but as he wasn't truly Lord of Riverrun, he could only watch as his lengthy defense of his family home fell apart.
Brynden was almost impossible to intimidate: he wasn't afraid of Jaime, one of the most reputable warriors in Westeros, and was assured of his own advantage.
Later, in his final moments, he expressed regret that he ran once before at the Red Wedding, and resolved to die fighting against the men invading his home.
He even remarked that he would probably make a fool of himself as he hadn't fought with a sword in years.