In Game of Thrones ist Samwell Tarly der beste Freund von Jon Schnee. Er lässt sich in der Zitadelle zum Maester ausbilden und ist immer. Samwell Tarly (John Bradley), der meist nur Sam genannt wird, ist in "Game of Thrones" der treue Freund von Jon Schnee bei der Nachtwache. Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) ist in "Game of Thrones" ein belesener und ungeschickter Bruder der Nachtwache, der zu Jon Schnees bestem Freund wird.
Samwell TarlyDas Haus Tarly von Hornberg (im Original: House Tarly of Horn Hill) ist ein Adelshaus aus der Game of Thrones Wiki · Game of Thrones · Charaktere. Samwell Tarly, meist nur Sam genannt, ist ein Hauptcharakter ab der zweiten Staffel von Game of Thrones. Zuvor war er ein Nebencharakter und taucht zum. Samwell Tarly (John Bradley), der meist nur Sam genannt wird, ist in "Game of Thrones" der treue Freund von Jon Schnee bei der Nachtwache.
Tarly Got House Tarly VideoGame of Thrones 6x10 - Samwell Tarly Arrives at The Citadel Samwell Tarly, oder einfach Sam, ist eine fiktive Figur in der Serie A Song of Ice and Fire von Fantasy-Romanen des amerikanischen Autors George R. R. Martin und seiner Fernsehadaption Game of Thrones. Das Haus Tarly von Hornberg (im Original: House Tarly of Horn Hill) ist ein Adelshaus aus der Game of Thrones Wiki · Game of Thrones · Charaktere. Samwell Tarly, meist nur Sam genannt, ist ein Hauptcharakter ab der zweiten Staffel von Game of Thrones. Zuvor war er ein Nebencharakter und taucht zum. Melessa Tarly (im Original: Melessa Tarly), geborene Florent, ist ein Nebencharakter in der sechsten Staffel von Game of Thrones, der bereits in der ersten und.
After the battle, Dickon and his father are among the prisoners of war lead to Daenerys for an ultimatum. She offers the choice to bend the knee , or be executed.
After Randyll refuses, Dickon joins his father in denying her as their Queen , despite both Tyrion 's urging to do so and Randyll's objection, since his death will mean the near extinction of house Tarly.
Daenerys subsequently sentences them to both to death by dragon fire. At her command, Drogon obliges and burns father and son alive, despite Tyrion urging Daenerys to show mercy by imprisoning them, to make them change their mind.
In the library at Winterfell , Daenerys and Ser Jorah Mormont meet with Sam. Daenerys informs Sam that she executed his brother Dickon and their father Randyll after they refused to bend the knee.
An emotional Sam soon afterwards talks to Jon Snow , who tells Sam that he didn't know. In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Dickon is the fifth child and second son of Randyll Tarly, who was disappointed in his fat and bookish elder son Samwell.
Dickon's exact age isn't stated: Samwell is the eldest child, and at least two of their sisters were born before Dickon, meaning that Dickon is at most three years younger than Sam - who is stated to be 15 in the first novel, making Dickon around 12 at that time though Samwell was aged-up to 18 years old in Season 1 of the TV series, and this might affect Dickon's age as well.
If Dickon was 15 years old at the start of series which was set in AC This would make him at least 21 years old by season 7.
He has not appeared yet in the books. Randyll tried for years to force Samwell to live up to the Tarly martial tradition but all of his efforts failed.
Randyll brought in a dozen masters-at-arms to train him but all failed, and he even tried rituals like having Qartheen warlocks bathe Sam in auroch's blood, but to no avail.
As his younger brother Dickon grew up, however, even at the young age of around 8 to 10, he showed the vigor and martial prowess that Samwell lacked, so their father started focusing all of his attentions on Dickon.
For a few years Samwell was mercifully ignored and left to his beloved books, but after he turned 15 Randyll realized he would need to take steps to get rid of Samwell before he reached 16, the legal age of manhood in order to make Dickon his heir, because he felt Samwell was unworthy of his lands and titles.
Randyll therefore threatened Sam that if he didn't "volunteer" to join the Night's Watch , he would kill him while they were out riding, in such a way that it looked like an accident.
Dickon's thoughts on all of this are unknown, though he is the son that his father always wanted. Samwell has never mentioned that he overtly blames Dickon for what happened, focusing on that it was their father's decision.
Randyll was determined, even when Dickon was still a baby, to make certain he would not grow up to be like Sam.
Once he caught his wife and Sam singing a nursery rhyme to Dickon, and became furious. Categories : House Tarly Characters from the Reach Nobles Squires.
Ads by Longitude. A Game of Thrones mentioned A Storm of Swords mentioned A Feast for Crows mentioned A Dance with Dragons appendix. Drogon unleashes his dragonfire, roasting Randyll and Dickon alive and reducing them both to flame and ash in seconds, killing them almost instantly.
Terrified, the remaining soldiers kneel as Tyrion reflects uneasily over the execution. In the library at Winterfell , Daenerys and Jorah Mormont meet with Sam.
Daenerys informs Sam that she executed his father Randyll after he refused to bend the knee to her, shocking Sam, who is nearly moved to tears when Daenerys informs him that she also executed his younger brother Dickon.
Although Randyll mistreated him, Sam genuinely mourns him. Sam soon afterwards talks to Jon Snow , who tells Sam that he didn't know.
Randyll Tarly has the reputation of being one of the best military commanders in all of Westeros, dealing Robert Baratheon the only defeat he ever suffered during the War of the Usurper, and this is the first thing that Randyll is always recognized for.
A warrior and a commander, Randyll's reputation is well deserved as he proves a valuable asset during the war against Daenerys Targaryen.
However, despite Randyll's reputation, he is actually an extremely cruel man who easily contemplates violence for what he sees as practical reasons: he treated Samwell Tarly with total contempt and disgust his entire life and became the terror of Sam's existence.
He was dissatisfied with Sam's gluttonous and bookish nature, and the fact that Sam was outright terrified of personal combat, which defied any expectation of House Tarly.
Despite believing himself to be an honorable man, Randyll confessed to his son that he would resort to kinslaying a very thought-out act of kinslaying, at that if Sam didn't join the Night's Watch, and even admitted that nothing would please him more than hunting down his own son.
Yet, Randyll hypocritically scorns Tyrion Lannister for killing his own father, despite his expressed threat of murdering his eldest child.
Randyll was capable of some form of personal honor, citing personal loyalty to Olenna, whom he had known since he was a boy, but he was persuaded into fighting against his old friend by Jaime offering him the title of Warden of the South.
He also albeit rather coldly offered to take in Gilly and her son, and keep them at Horn Hill, but on the condition that Sam would not spend another night at Horn Hill.
Randyll previously expressed total disgust and horror that Sam had brought a wildling to his home and incorrectly perceived it as an attempt by Sam to spite his father.
Randyll has shown himself to be amazingly narrow-minded in this regard, only seeing Sam through the eyes of a father who hated his son, and completely ignoring that Sam had defeated a Thenn and even killed a White Walker with his own hands, which is quite an accomplishment in its own right, in favor of shaming Sam for bringing a wildling south of the Wall.
Randyll's hatred for his son only flared when he learned that Sam had done this, lamenting that he had 'underestimated' him and labeling Gilly as a 'thing' rather than a human being.
This sets him apart from Tywin Lannister, who at least recognized that Tyrion had uses and strengths of his own but still hated him, because Randyll could only see Sam in the worst light possible.
However, Randyll's perspective is not entirely unjustified, since he has lived with the reputation of strength and honor in House Tarly and prioritized that above the tears of his own family, quite similarly to Tywin Lannister.
He was capable of being respectful of others, including Ser Jaime Lannister. Randyll was also capable of external pride, expressing such pride with his son Dickon, who proved to be a prodigal young man in anything Sam was not.
Randyll was also horrified when Dickon volunteered passionately to be executed by Queen Daenerys alongside his father, a reflection of how Randyll had raised his precious son to be the future of his house.
He held his son's hand before Drogon incinerated both of them, showing that even the ruthless Randyll Tarly was capable of love.
Randyll's weakness of bigotry, cruelty and fixation on the reputation and legacy of his house backfired in a similar way in which Tywin Lannister's similar view backfired: Sam hated and until recently feared his father, Dickon burned alongside him, and even Melessa believed that he had disgraced himself.
Randyll lost Heartsbane, the pride of his house, to Sam, who openly dared Randyll albeit in his absence that he could try and reclaim it. Initially, Randyll seems to have a sense of honor as shown by the disdain he verbally expresses toward the Lannisters for the atrocities and oathbreaking they committed.
Later, however, he turns to be a hypocritical opportunist: he joins the Lannisters despite what he said about them earlier, excusing his decision with "there are no easy choices in war".
Moreover, he chides Tyrion for being a kinslayer and accuses Daenerys for bringing an army of savages to Westeros - "forgetting" that Cersei and Jaime are kinslayers, and that the Lannisters' servants first of all the Mountain have performed many atrocities, which are at least as savage as anything the Dothraki did.
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Lord Randyll Tarly is considered one of the best battlefield commanders in the Seven Kingdoms , a general able to read the ground, weather conditions, and how a battle is progressing with impressive accuracy.
During the later stages of the rebellion he helped Lord Mace Tyrell besiege Storm's End , and bent the knee after the death of King Aerys II Targaryen.
He wields the Valyrian steel sword Heartsbane in battle and is said to be utterly merciless to his foes. Den of Geek. Martin were in 'Game of Thrones,' this is how he'd die".
The San Diego Union-Tribune. Shepherd Management. BBC Radio Salford. The Daily Telegraph. Bring the Noise. Sky 1. The Observer. Retrieved 31 March He is married to Lady Melessa Florent , and is the father of the POV character Samwell Tarly.
Randyll wields the Tarly ancestral blade Heartsbane , a Valyrian steel greatsword, in battle. In the television adaptation Game of Thrones he is portrayed by James Faulkner.
Randyll is a lean and balding man with a short, bristly grey beard. In the field Randyll wears mail and boiled leather with a breastplate of grey steel.
Randyll was married to Lady Melessa Florent. As one of Mace Tyrell 's bannermen, Randyll fought in Robert's Rebellion on the side of House Targaryen.
He defeated Robert Baratheon 's forces at the Battle of Ashford ,  and cut down Lord Cafferen during the battle. A martinet, Randyll became disappointed in his gentle, timid firstborn son Samwell and made several harsh attempts to engage him in manly, martial pursuits, but all to no effect.
Lord Randyll summoned Samwell the day of his fifteenth nameday, and threatened to end Samwell's life if he did not join the Night's Watch , thereby nullifying his claim to Horn Hill, allowing Dickon to become Randyll's lawfull heir.
Samwell Tarly tells Jon Snow how Randyl gave him the choice between joining the Night's Watch and death, shortly after his arrival at the Wall.
When Renly Baratheon calls his banners, Randyll joins with House Tyrell in supporting Renly. Randyll summons Brienne and tells her that some of the men laid wagers on the first to claim her maidenhead.
He then tersely advises her that women have no place on the battlefield.