- "My husband, the late Lord Luthor. He was an oaf as well. He managed to ride off a cliff while hawking. They say he was looking up the sky and paid no mind to where his horse was taking him."
- ―Lady Olenna Tyrell
Luthor Tyrell is an unseen character in Game of Thrones. He is deceased when the events of the series begin and is not expected to appear in the series. He is mentioned by his widow Olenna Tyrell in "Dark Wings, Dark Words".
In his youth, Luthor was expected to marry Viola Redwyne. The night before he was due to propose to her, however, Viola's sister Olenna "stumbled" upon his bedchamber after allegedly getting lost after her embroidery lesson. The next morning, Luthor did not propose to Viola; in fact, he never left his chamber, as he couldn't walk, and could only think of what Olenna had given him the night before.
Lord Luthor's widow, Lady Olenna, describes her late husband to Sansa Stark as "an oaf". She explains that her husband died when he rode over a cliff while hawking. He had been looking up and not paying attention to where his horse was going. She used the incident as a metaphor for the Tyrells' alliance with the Lannisters.
|Mace Tyrell||Alerie Tyrell|
|Joffrey Baratheon |
Margaery's 2nd husband
|Margaery Tyrell||Renly Baratheon |
Margaery's 1st husband
|Tommen Baratheon |
Joffrey's younger brother
Betrothed to Margaery
In the booksEdit
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Luthor Tyrell's backstory remains the same, except that there is no mentioning if he ever has been betrothed to any other woman before his marriage to Olenna.
After short conversation with Olenna, Tyrion Lannister wondered if Luthor deliberately rode off that cliff.
|Lord:||Lord Mace Tyrell||Heir:||Ser Loras Tyrell|
|Title(s):||Lord Paramount of the Reach · Lord of Highgarden · Warden of the South|
|Ancestors:||Garth Gardener · Harlen Tyrell · Lyonel Tyrell|
|Current members:||Olenna Tyrell · Alerie Tyrell · Margaery Tyrell · Tyrell lady|
|Deceased members:||Luthor Tyrell|
|Overlord:||House Baratheon of King's Landing|