Throughout the episode, we controlled several members of the family, as well as one squire, as they were forced to deal with the rapidly changing politics that resulted from that night. The squire, Gared Tuttle, is sent away from The Twins to tell the Forresters what happened, and witnesses his family being assaulted. His actions lead to him being sent to The Wall, both in an attempt to appease a rival family and to protect Gared himself.
Meanwhile, with Lord Forrester and his heir dead at The Twins, the lordship falls to young Ethan, who, given two older brothers (the second-born exiled to Essos), never had a lot of training to become Lord. As Ethan, the player is forced to make several key decisions in everything from choosing a primary advisor to figuring out how to treat Lord Bolton's bastard son and the rival Whitehill family when they come demanding ownership of the rare Ironwood forest.
The third prong to the previous episode introduced us to the Forrester's eldest daughter, Mira. As a handmaiden to Margarey Tyrell at King's Landing, the family asks her to ask for assistance from Margarey and the Lannisters.
The result of all of this was a very Game of Thrones ending that, while shocking, is not totally unexpected given the notorious universe the game takes place in.