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In the episode No One, Jaime Lannister persuades (intimidates?) Edmure Tully to return to castle Riverun and order his vassals within to surrender, which they do despite the warden Brnyden (the Blackfish) Tully's protests.

This is depicted as a nonviolent resolution, but what becomes of the Tullys afterward? I highly doubt the Lannisters will just let the Tullys stay there, and Brynden pretty much spat on Brienne's offer that would have granted them safe passage to Sansa's forces- where did they go?

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    In the books, Brynden escaped... – TLP Jun 27 '16 at 19:00
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In the last episode of season 6, The Winds of Winter, Lord Walder Frey says to Ser Jaime:

Edmure is back in a cell. Can't go killing my son-by-law, it wouldn't be right. Give the family a bad name. … So, the famous Blackfish killed by foot soldiers, eh? Legendary warrior, everyone said.

So: Lord Edmure is back in Lord Frey's dungeons, and Brynden is dead.

  • OK, but what about the other Tullys? Does Lord Frey have a dungeon big enough to ho;d all of them? – Nu'Daq Jun 27 '16 at 18:52
  • @Nu'Daq the Tully soldiers? I expect they're still following their Lord's orders, whether he's around or not. Nothing is said of them, though. Other than that, I don't think any nobility of House Tully is left alive. – muru Jun 27 '16 at 18:57
  • @Nu'Daq - The head of the house told them to turn in their weapons, and he surrendered the castle. His obstinate uncle who was holding out was killed as a result. Disarmed and without any members of the actual family looking to lead them in a battle, I'm guessing they aren't viewed as any kind of a threat. – PoloHoleSet Jun 27 '16 at 19:44
  • Still I'm pretty sure there's not enough room for vassals of the Lannisters, Freys and Tullys- they have to go somewhere. – Nu'Daq Jun 28 '16 at 2:27
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    I wonder what happened to him now... after the events of S7E1 – Skooba Jul 17 '17 at 18:51

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