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"Ser Bronn of the Blackwater, Lord of Highgarden, Lord Paramount of the Reach, and Master of Coin. Would you say the crown's debt to you has been paid?"
―Tyrion Lannister at a meeting of the small council.[src]

Highgarden, seat of the Lord Paramount of the Reach

Lord Paramount of the Reach is a title held by the Great House of the Reach.

House Tyrell traditionally held the title since the death of Mern IX Gardener and the extinction of his House during the War of Conquest, when Harlen Tyrell, the Steward of Highgarden, bent the knee to Aegon the Conqueror, but all prominent members of the house were killed after the Destruction of the Great Sept of Baelor and the Sack of Highgarden.

Ser Bronn of the Blackwater later offers to join Jaime and Tyrion Lannister with the forces of Queen Daenerys Targaryen, rather than assassinate them, should he be named Lord of Highgarden, a deal to which Tyrion reluctantly agrees.[1]

After the Battle of King's Landing and the subsequent Great Council of 305 AC, Bronn was named to the position by Brandon Stark, the newly crowned Lord of the Six Kingdoms. He was additionally named Master of Coin, the post held by his predecessor Mace Tyrell.[2]

Known Lords Paramount of the Reach

Vacant 303–305 AC

In the books

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, the title High Marshal of the Reach is also claimed by House Tyrell. The World of Ice & Fire states that the title of Lord Paramount is actually Lord Paramount of the Mander as well, rather than being of the Reach. However, as this was not stated within the A Song of Ice and Fire series itself, it has not been translated into the TV series.

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