Game of Thrones: What Randyll and Dickon's Fate Means For House Tarly
With so many different families in Game of Thrones, keeping up with them all can prove super difficult, especially since some aren't always in the forefront. Take House Tarly, for example. We've been familiar with Sam for quite some time, but we didn't get formally introduced to his family until season six, when he pays a visit to his home of Horn Hill. (In case you forgot, some of them aren't very nice to him.) But "Eastwatch" sees a big shift in their dynamics. For refusing to follow Daenerys, Randyll, the head of the family, and Dickon, his son and heir, get burnt to a crisp. With them gone, what's left of House Tarly?