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House Targaryen of Królewska Przystań
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Dewiza Fire and Blood
Siedziba Czerwona Twierdza (formerly)
Smocza Skała (formerly)
Summerhall (formerly)
Obecna głowa rodu Queen Daenerys Targaryen
Region Włości Korony
Valyria (formerly)
Tytuł King of the Andalowie, the Rhoynarowie and the Pierwsi Ludzie
Lord of the Siedem Królestw
Prince of Dragonstone (heir apparent)
Prince of Summerhall
Senior None
Młodsze linie Ród Blackfyreów
Broń Rodowa Blackfyre
Dark Sister
Założony House Targaryen: >114 BC
House Targaryen of King's Landing:1AC
House Targaryen family tree

House Targaryen is a noble family of Valyrian descent that escaped the Doom. They lived for centuries on the island of Smocza Skała until Aegon the Conqueror and his sisters rode their Smoks in the conquest of the Siedem Królestw.

House Targaryen ruled as the Kings on the Żelazny Tron and the Great House of the Włości Korony for nearly 300 years, until their ouster in Rebelia Roberta. Their seats were the Czerwona Twierdza in the capital city of Królewska Przystań, the island castle of Dragonstone, and the summer residence of Summerhall.[1]



House Targaryen's sigil is a three-headed Smok breathing flames, red on black. The three-headed dragon represents the Conqueror and his two sisters, Rhaenys and Visenya.[2][3][4] Their house words are "Fire and Blood."[5] Although the Targaryen kings took their seat at Królewska Przystań, the place where Aegon and his army first landed in Westeros and made their first fort, Smocza Skała remained the traditional seat of the heir-apparent to the throne, who was known as the Prince of Dragonstone. Younger siblings of the heir could receive Summerhall and be known as the Prince of Summerhall.[6]

House Targaryen historically followed the gods of Valyria. Sometime before the conquest of the Seven Kingdoms, the Targaryens abandoned the Valyrian gods and converted to the Wiara w Siedmiu, the predominant religion in Westeros. However, they continued to follow the Valyrian practice of incestuous marriage, wedding brother to sister, cousin to cousin, uncle to niece and aunt to nephew, holding themselves apart from and above the noble Westerosi families.

Deceased Targaryens are traditionally cremated.[7]


The phrase "blood of the dragon" refers to what are considered typical Targaryen features: silvery-gold (or platinum) hair and violet eyes. The Targaryens can tolerate a bit more heat than most ordinary people, though they are by no means immune to fire.[8]

Another trait typical to Targaryens, and one that was passed on to the cadet branch, Ród Blackfyreów, was the ability to have premonition-like dreams.[9] Before the Doom, a noble in Valyria called Aenar Targaryen had a maiden daughter whose visions moved him to relocate his family to Smocza Skała, twelve years before the Doom. Her visions were written down and published in a book called Signs and Portents, which is now lost.

Probably due to their incestuous practices, the Targaryens are prone to madness; King Jaehaerys II said that with the birth of a new Targaryen, the gods tossed a coin to decide whether the child would be a genius or a lunatic.


Zobacz także: Dragons

The Targaryens are known as Smoklords, and seem to be closer to dragons than other men are. Aegon I introduced dragons to Westeros when he conquered it, and dragons were kept and ridden by the Targaryens until the last one perished in the reign of Aegon III the Dragonbane.

The Targaryens kept Smoks for much of their reign in Seven Kingdoms. To house them they built an immense domed structure in King's Landing called the Smokpit. New dragons were bred from Aegon's original three: Vhagar, Meraxes, and the dreaded Balerion. However, violent deaths in battle and a growing infirmity in each following generation caused the family's stable to dwindle. The last Targaryen dragon was a deformed and sterile creature that died very young. It is not clearly understood what caused the last dragons to die out. A legend holds that Aegon III poisoned them, but Archmaester Marwyn suggested that the maesterzy were somehow responsible. Others have also claimed that raising dragons in enclosed spaces, even the Dragonpit, was unnatural and stunted their growth.


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Aegon the Conqueror, the greatest of the Targaryens, upon Balerion, the Black Dread by Jordi Gonzalez ©.

A complete history of House Targaryen is planned for Fire and Blood, to be published several years after the completion of Pieśń Lodu i Ognia.

Origins and Conquests

House Targaryen was one of the forty ancient noble houses known as Smoklords who ruled the Valyriańskie Włości, a great empire spanning most of the eastern continent. They were traditionally not one of the most important of these families, however. Daenys the Dreamer, the daughter of the head of House Targaryen, Aenar, had visions of a cataclysm that would come over Valyria. Aenar led House Targaryen and their five dragons, including Balerion, to the westernmost outpost of Valyrian influence, the island of Smocza Skała, off the east coast of Westeros in 114 BC. Twelve years later the Doom descended on the city of Valyria, leading to the collapse of the Freehold. The Targaryens were one of the few families to survive the destruction of their home and were the only dragonriders of Valyria to survive. Thereafter four of the five dragons of House Targaryen died under unknown circumstances, but two more were born from eggs, Vhagar and Meraxes.

Following the Doom, there was pressure for the Targaryens to go east and ally themselves with Volantis, who attempted to restore the Freehold by conquering the rest of the Valyrian colonies to survive the Doom, now known as the Wolne Miasta. However, the Targaryens remained on Dragonstone for another century. After flying to the Sporne Ziemie and joining an alliance to crush Volantene aspirations, the young Aegon the Conqueror developed ambitions toward Westeros.

Aegon aspired to unite the seven Westerosi kingdoms under one ruler, himself. A hundred years after the Doom, Aegon set forth from Dragonstone with his sister/wives Rhaenys and Visenya, their dragons, and a small force, landing at the mouth of the Czarny Nurt and beginning the Wars of Conquest. During his campaigns, Aegon was anointed king by the Wielki Septon in Stare Miasto, leading to the unification of the Siedem Królestw under Targaryen rule from the Żelazny Tron, starting a dynasty that lasted nearly 300 years. The area where the Targaryens began their conquest became the site of their new capital, Królewska Przystań. Dragonstone was used as the seat of the heir to the throne. The region around these strongholds became known as the Włości Korony, and several houses of the area, such as the Velaryons, Darklyns, and the lords of Szczypcowy Przylądek, were among the staunchest Targaryen loyalists. Another close ally was Ród Baratheonów; Aegon had installed his bastard brother Orys Baratheon to rule the Krainy Burzy.

Early Dynasty and the Faith Militant Uprising

Despite converting to the Wiara w Siedmiu, the Targaryens held themselves apart from the laws of gods and men, and continued to follow the Valyrian practice of incestuous marriage, which was a sin in the eyes of the Seven. Indeed, Aegon had been married to both of his sisters before the Conquest. When Aegon died 37 years after the end of his Conquest and was succeeded by his incest-born son and heir, Aenys I, local populations revolted in what is known as the Faith Militant uprising. Early Targaryen kings often appointed those of the blood royal to act as their Hand. Such was the case with Aenys, who was served by his brutal half-brother and cousin, Prince Maegor. Maegor conducted the suppression of these revolts, and seized the throne for himself after Aenys's death, going on to earn the moniker "the Cruel" in his attempts to crush the rebellion. Construction of the Czerwona Twierdza in King's Landing was finished during Maegor's reign. After his mysterious death in 48AC he was succeeded by Aenys's son Jaehaerys the Conciliator, who disbanded the Faith Militant. His rule was wise and long, lasting 55 years.

Death of the Dragons

Zobacz także: Taniec Smoków

After his death in 103AC, Jaehaerys was succeeded by his grandson Viserys I, who had been chosen as heir in the Great Council of 101. Viserys ruled well except in marriage. He raised his daughter Rhaenyra as his heir, but his wishes were defied by the Lord Commander of his Kingsguard, Ser Criston the Kingmaker, who earned his epithet by crowning Aegon II, a son of a second marriage. In the resulting war of succession, called the Taniec Smoków (129-131 AC), Rhaenyra was devoured by Sunfyre, the dragon of Aegon II, while her son Aegon III looked on. However, Aegon II was grievously injured and he too died soon after, due to causes unknown, causing Rhaenyra's son Aegon III to take the throne. Many lesser branches of House Targaryen, and most of their dragons also perished in the war. During the reign of Aegon III, the son of Rhaenyra who held the Iron Throne at the war's conclusion, the last dragon died, earning him the nickname "Dragonbane." The loss of their signature war mounts and the deaths of so many family members severely weakened the Targaryens' grip on the Seven Kingdoms.

*Książe Daemon Targaryen był żonaty z Lady Rheą od 97AC do 115AC. Następnie w 115AC poślubił Lady Laenę; małżeństwo to trwało aż do śmierci Laeny w 120AC. Tego samego roku Daemon poślubił swoją siostrzenicę Księżniczkę Rhaenyrę.

Since the Dance, House Targaryen has practiced a highly modified version of agnatic primogeniture, placing female claimants in the line of succession behind all possible male ones, even collateral relations.

Incorporating Dorne

Since resisting the conquest of Aegon I, the Martell Princes of Dorne had ruled their land as a sovereign realm. Upon assuming the throne in 157AC, Aegon III's fourteen-year old son Daeron I, the Young Dragon, decided to end that. Despite his youth and lack of dragons, Daeron defeated the Dornishmen in a successful invasion. His rule of Dorne did not last, however, and he and 40,000 men died trying to defeat an uprising. Dead at eighteen without issue, the Young Dragon was succeeded by his brother Baelor the Blessed, who was in training to become a septon.

One of Baelor's first acts was to make peace with Dorne by marrying his cousin, Prince Daeron, to Myriah Martell. Baelor is well-remembered by the smallfolk, but maesters and others learned in history recall his piety as his undoing. As his Hand, Baelor retained his uncle Viserys, who had also served Daeron and Aegon III. Viserys held the realm together while Daeron warred and Baelor prayed, it is said. During his reign, Baelor locked his three sisters in the "Maidenvault" of the Red Keep to avoid carnal thoughts. One, Daena the Defiant, carried on an affair with their cousin Aegon, which resulted in a child named Daemon Waters. When Baelor died childless as well in 171AC, his uncle took the throne as Viserys II. After a brief reign of only a year, Viserys was succeeded by his son Aegon, who reigned as Aegon IV and was called "the Unworthy". It was during the reign of Aegon's son Daeron II that Dorne finally joined the Targaryen empire, after Daeron's sister, Daenerys, married Prince Maron Martell.

The Blackfyre Pretenders

Zobacz także: Ród Blackfyreów, Blackfyre Pretenders, Blackfyre Rebellion, Second Blackfyre Rebellion, i War of the Ninepenny Kings

Aegon IV kept many mistresses and sired several bastards by them. The oldest of them, by Princess Daena, had strong Targaryen features; he grew up to be a promising young knight and was granted Blackfyre, the Valyriańska stal blade of Aegon the Conqueror. He became known as Daemon Blackfyre. Before his death in 184AC, Aegon IV legitimized all of his natural children, placing them in the succession, albeit behind his trueborn son, Daeron II. Nobles such as Aegor "Bittersteel" Rivers, one of Aegon IV's Great Bastards, did not care for Daeron's bookish nature or the Dornish flavor of his court, and whispered that Daeron was not the son of Aegon IV, but of his brother, Prince Aemon "the Dragonknight", casting doubts over Daeron's right to rule. Finally, Daemon Blackfyre was bitter over the loss of Princess Daenerys, Daeron's sister, whom he had promised to Prince Maron Martell.

For these reasons, Daemon and his supporters launched the First Blackfyre Rebellion against Daeron's rule. This was crushed by Daeron's sons, Baelor "Breakspear" and Maekar, and his bastard brother Brynden "Bloodraven" Rivers, Bittersteel's rival for the affections of their half-sister Shiera Seastar. Daemon was killed by Bloodraven in the Bitwa na Polu Czerwonej Trawy, and Bittersteel was driven into exile across the Wąskie Morze, where he founded the Złota Kompania, a sellsword army bent on naming a Blackfyre son as king. Prince Baelor was named his father's Hand as well as heir, but died in 209AC in a trial of seven at the tourney at Ashford Meadow fighting opposite his brother Maekar for the honor of a hedge knight called Dunk. Maekar's son, Aerion Brightflame, was sent into exile after the trial, and Maekar allowed another son, nicknamed "Egg", to continue squiring for Dunk in order to teach him humility and honor. During Daeron's reign, the third major Targaryen palace was built at Summerhall, in the Dornijskie Pogranicze.

Mounting Problems

The Great Spring Sickness of 209AC killed King Daeron II and several of his grandchildren. His equally bookish son Aerys I took the throne, appointing his uncle Bloodraven as Hand. Aerys ignored the realm's problems (including plague, drought, dwindling trade, rising banditry, and the reaving of Dagon Greyjoy) as Bloodraven focused on dealing with minor Blackfyre rebellions instigated by Bittersteel. Prince Maekar, who had expected to be named Aerys's Hand, succeeded his brother on the throne in 221AC and had Bloodraven thrown into the Red Keep's dungeons. Across the Narrow Sea, House Blackfyre continued to be a distant threat to the main Targaryen line. In 233AC King Maekar fell in battle against a rebel lord.

A series of misfortunes and deaths over the years culminated in a Wielka Rada being held upon Maekar's demise in 233AC. The council bypassed the mad Prince Daeron's lackwit daughter and the infant son of the dead and mad Aerion Brightflame, leading to the crowning of Maekar's son "Egg" as Aegon V, called “The Unlikely” for being the fourth son of a fourth son. Aegon's elder brother, Aemon, had been quietly offered the throne before him, but Aemon refused the crown since he had taken a maester's vows, forswearing his inheritance and going on to join the Nocna Straż lest he be used in plots against Aegon. The new king emptied the dungeons to accompany Aemon to the Mur, including their great-uncle Bloodraven, who went on to become Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. As Lord Commander of his Kingsguard, Aegon V appointed Ser Duncan the Tall, the hedge knight Dunk for whom he had squired in his youth.

In the latter part of Aegon's reign, he sent a host to the Stopnie to defeat Maelys the Monstrous, the last Blackfyre. The Blackfyre pretender and his supporters were defeated in the Wojna Dziewięciogroszowych Królów, and Maelys slain. Hearing a prophecy from a woods witch that their line would bear the prince that was promised to defeat the Inni, Egg arranged the marriage of his grandchildren Aerys and Rhaella. Since he had done so, Aegon allowed his children to marry for love, earning him bitter enemies instead of friends. His daughter Rhaelle married into Ród Baratheonów. His son Duncan the Small, Prince of Dragonflies, "cast aside a crown" for Jenny of Oldstones, leading in some way to the Tragedy of Summerhall, where Aegon V and both Duncans lost their lives in 259AC. Aegon's sickly son Jaehaerys II reigned for a few years before dying in 262AC. Amiable, clever, and able, he nonetheless was seen as weak by those martial lords prejudiced against his frail constitution. He was succeeded by his eldest son, Aerys II.


Zobacz także: Rebelia Roberta

Aided by his able Hand, Lord Tywin Lannister, King Aerys II began his reign with promise, but became paranoid and increasingly mad after being abducted during a failed revolt of the longtime Targaryen loyalists of Ród Darklynów and Tywin's cautious response. His heir, Prince Rhaegar, resolved to be a better monarch and set forth to prove himself, and to fulfill the prophecy of the prince that was promised. Aerys chose Tywin's heir, Ser Jaime, for his Kingsguard, robbing Tywin of his heir and provoking him to resignation because the king had also rejected Tywin's proposal of a marriage between Rhaegar and Jaime's twin sister, Cersei Lannister. Also during the Turniej w Harrenhal, Rhaegar offended Robert Baratheon by naming his betrothed, Lyanna Stark, as queen of love and beauty rather than his own wife, Princess Elia Martell.

A while after the tourney, Prince Rhaegar disappeared with Lyanna Stark. Lyanna's brotehr Brandon went to Królewska Przystań and threatened Prince Rhaegar's life. Though Prince Rhaegar was not present, King Aerys had Brandon arrested, and his father, Lord Rickard summoned for a triel. At that "trial", Aerys had both men killed, and demanded the heads of Lord Robert Baratheon, Lyanna's betrothed, and Eddard Stark, Lyanna's younger brother. Their foster father, Jon Arryn, refused Aerys' commands and raised his banners, thereby starting a civil war. Rhaegar eventually took command of the royal troops, leading them to defeat in the Bitwa nad Tridentem, where he was killed by Robert Baratheon. Prince Viserys and the pregnant Queen Rhaella fled to Dragonstone. Perfidious Lannisters killed Aerys, Elia, Rhaenys, and the infant Aegon in King's Landing. On Dragonstone, Rhaella died giving birth to Princess Daenerys, who was spirited to the Wolne Miasta along with Viserys by the loyal Ser Willem Darry. Robert Baratheon was crowned king, partially due to his having a Targaryen grandmother.

King Aerys II Targaryen was the last king in a dynasty which had held for nearly 300 years of unbroken rule. Where the Targaryens had begun as untouchable demigods atop fire-breathing dragons, their power had fallen noticeably since the time of those beasts, with many more large-scale civil wars featuring pitched battles. In the short term, Aerys's madness had provoked the nobles to action, but such open defiance would not have occurred if his family's prestige had not been in decline for some time. This loss of influence is perhaps shown by the fact that Aegon V was invited to rule by a council rather than claiming a divine right. The Bunt w Duskendale by Ród Darklynów, one of the staunchest traditional royal allies, is another sign of the house's loss of influence.

Recent Events

Daenerys and her three fledgling Smoks‎ - © 2012 John Picacio

A Game of Thrones

Across the Wąskie Morze, the Mad King Aerys II Targaryen's surviving son claims legitimacy as "Viserys III." He and his sister, Daenerys Targaryen, wander the Wolne Miasta, seeking aid from various merchant princes to restore House Targaryen. Few take his claim seriously, calling him the Beggar King.

In 297AC, Viserys betroths his sister to Drogo, a mighty khal of the Dothrakowie, hoping to use his horde to retake the Seven Kingdoms. Viserys alienates the horselord with his arrogance and is eventually killed. After the death of Khal Drogo, Daenerys takes command of the khalasar's ragged remnants, and is able to hatch three Smok eggs, the first in a century and a half.

At the Mur, the century-old Maester Aemon, brother to King Aegon V, imparts wisdom to a new recruit of the Nocna Straż, Jon Snow, regarding the conflict of loyalty between family and duty.

A Clash of Kings

Daenerys nurtures her young dragons, Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion, and her people, bringing them through the Red Waste to the strange city of Qarth.

Nawałnica Mieczy

Traveling to Niewolnikr's Bay, Daenerys conquers the cities of Astapor, Yunkai, and Meereen. However, her campaign of liberation seems to cause more conflict than it solves, so she decides to remain in Meereen to bring order and to learn to rule. One of her officers, Ben Plumm, claims to have Targaryen ancestry.

Maester Aemon pushes Jon Snow to take command of Czarny Zamek when the Wall is besieged by wildlings. Jon is subsequently elected Lord Commander of the Night's Watch.

A Feast for Crows

Lord Commander Snow orders Maester Aemon to Stare Miasto to avoid the red sorceress Melisandre, who might wish to sacrifice him to R'hllor for his kingsblood. Unfortunately, Aemon does not survive the voyage, leaving the lore of the Night's Watch in the hands of Samwell Tarly.

A Dance with Dragons

As she hones her skills of leadership in Meereen, Daenerys tries to tell good counsel from bad and how to make decisions of dubious morality. She refuses a marriage proposal from Quentyn Martell, whose father, Doran Martell, is attempting to honor a secret pact made to wed Viserys to Arianne Martell. Daenerys's control of Meereen is threatened by a coalition led by Yunkai. She flees from Daznak's Pit on the back of her dragon Drogon and ends up in the Morze Dothraków, where she encounters the khalasar of Khal Jhaqo. Meanwhile, her other dragons, Rhaegal and Viserion, are released and wreak havoc upon Meereen.

It is claimed that, unbeknownst to the Lannisters, Crown Prince Rhaegar's infant son Aegon Targaryen, Daenerys's nephew, survived the Zdobycie Królewskiej Przystani thanks to Varys, who had a peasant baby killed in his place. The purported Aegon was raised in secret across the narrow sea by Rhaegar's friend Jon Connington, who nicknamed the youth Młody Gryf. He lands in the Krainy Burzy with the Złota Kompania at his back, calling himself Aegon VI.

Za Murem, the Trójoka Wrona who has been appearing to Bran Stark in his dreams is revealed to be none other than Bloodraven, Brynden Rivers, kept alive by sorcery and living in a cave.[12][13]


Zobacz także: Timeline of major events

Targaryen kings
Aegon I Targaryen 1–37AC
Aenys I Targaryen 37–42AC
Maegor I Targaryen 42–48AC
Jaehaerys I Targaryen 48–103AC
Viserys I Targaryen 103–129AC
Aegon II Targaryen 129–131AC
Aegon III Targaryen 131-157AC
Daeron I Targaryen 157-161AC
Baelor I Targaryen 161-171AC
Viserys II Targaryen 171-172AC
Aegon IV Targaryen 172-184AC
Daeron II Targaryen 184-209AC
Aerys I Targaryen 209-221AC
Maekar I Targaryen 221-233AC
Aegon V Targaryen 233-259AC
Jaehaerys II Targaryen 259-262AC
Aerys II Targaryen 262-283AC

All dates are given relative to years after Aegon's Conquest (AC).

Flight from Valyria (114BC)
House Targaryen relocates to the island of Smocza Skała, off the coast of Westeros.
The Zagłada Valyrii (102 BC)
The Doom destroys the freehold of Valyria.
The Wars of Conquest (2 BC-1 AC)
Aided by his two sisters and their dragons Vhagar, Meraxes, and Balerion, the armies of Aegon the Conqueror invade the seven kingdoms of Westeros, sparking the Wars of Conquest. In the battle known as the "Pole Ognia," Aegon's army conquers the combined forces of the Rock and of the Reach; the three dragons kill nearly four thousand men. Many other kings bend the knee to Aegon, and in the end, only Dorne remains unconquered.
First Dornish War (4-13 AC)
The Targaryens attempt to complete the Conquest and conquer Dorne the only one of the Seven Kingdoms that successfully resisted the War of Conquest, but fail and Dorne remains independent.
Faith Militant uprising (41-48 AC)
The two armed wings of the church rise against Aegon's incest-born son Aenys I Targaryen. Aenys's half-brother, Maegor I Targaryen, returning from exile, seizes the throne after his death and fails to crush the rebels. Aenys's son Jaehaerys I Targaryen succeeds and outlaws both military orders.
The Taniec Smoków (129-131 AC), the Targaryen civil war.
Aegon II Targaryen's claim to the throne is disputed by his elder sister Rhaenyra; both perish in the resulting war. Several dragons and lesser branches of the house are extinguished.
Conquest of Dorne (157-161 AC)
Aged 14, Daeron I Targaryen conquers Dorne, but is unable to hold it. He dies along with tens of thousands.
The First Blackfyre Rebellion (196 AC)
The first Blackfyre Rebellion ends when the rebel Daemon I Blackfyre's forces are defeated in the Bitwa na Polu Czerwonej Trawy.
Tourney at Ashford Meadow (209 AC)
Baelor "Breakspear" Targaryen dies from wounds sustained in trial by combat. These events are recounted in The Hedge Knight.
The Great Spring Sickness (209-210 AC)
A plague engulfs large parts of Westeros, killing King Daeron II Targaryen and his grandsons Valarr and Matarys.
The Second Blackfyre Rebellion (211 AC) 
Daemon II Blackfyre attempts to gather support for his Rebellion, but his support is undone when Bloodraven has him arrested at Białe Mury.
The Third Blackfyre Rebellion (219 AC)
The third Blackfyre Rebellion, in which the Pretender Haegon I Blackfyre is slain.
Wielka Rada (233AC)
A great council passes over the infant bastard son of Prince Aerion Targaryen and the lackwit daughter of Prince Daeron, crowning Aegon V Targaryen, the Unlikely.
The Fourth Blackfyre Rebellion (236 AC)
The fourth Blackfyre Rebellion, in which the Pretender Daemon III Blackfyre is killed by Ser Duncan the Tall.
Tragedy at Summerhall (259 AC)
A great fire destroys the Targaryen summer seat of Summerhall, killing King Aegon V Targaryen, his eldest son, Prince Duncan Targaryen, and the Lord Dowódca Gwardii Królewskiej, Ser Duncan Wysoki, amongst others. Prince Rhaegar Targaryen is born on the same day.
The Fifth Blackfyre Rebellion (Wojna Dziewięciogroszowych Królów) (260 AC)
Maelys I Blackfyre tries to invade Westeros together with the Band of Nine. Maelys, the last Blackfyre Pretender, dies at the Stopnie.
Bunt w Duskendale (277 AC)
King Aerys was kept captive for six months, leading to a change in his already erratic behavior.
Rebelia Roberta (282-283 AC)
The Targaryen reign ends when Lord Robert Baratheon takes the Żelazny Tron after King Aerys II Targaryen is killed by his sworn knight Ser Jaime Lannister, during Rebelia Roberta, also known as the War of the Usurper.

House Targaryen at the end of the third century

The known Targaryens during the timespan of the events described in Pieśń Lodu i Ognia are:

  • King {Viserys III}, called "the Beggar King", Khal Rhae Mhar (The Sorefoot King), and Khal Rhaggat (The Cart King) and self-proclaimed King of the Andals, the Rhoynar and the First Men and Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, in exile. Fatally "crowned" in Vaes Dothrak.
  • Queen Daenerys I, called, Daenerys Stormborn, Mother of Dragons, sister of Viserys and last known Targaryen heir, Queen of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Shackles/Chains, Queen of Meereen.
    • her dragons, Drogon, Viserion, Rhaegal,
    • Khal {Drogo}, her first husband. Euthanized after disabling wounds.
      • {Rhaego}, her son by Drogo. Died at birth.
    • King Hizdahr zo Loraq XIV, her second husband, King of Meereen, Scion of Ghis, Octarch of the Old Empire, Master of the Skahazadhan, Consort to Dragons, Blood of the Harpy. A Ghiscari noble of Meereen.
  • Maester {Aemon}, sworn to the Night's Watch. Great-granduncle to the Mad King. Died of a chill at sea, at the age of one hundred and two.
  • Prince Aegon, Rhaegar's son. Believed to have died at Gregor Clegane's hand in the Sack of King's Landing, but is purported by some to be alive under the identity of Młody Gryf and with the Złota Kompania. If true his claim supersedes his aunt Daenerys's, and he is Aegon VI.

Daenerys's Household

The Queen's protectors:

  • Ser Barristan Selmy, called Barristan the Bold, Lord Commander of the Gwardia Królowej and Hand of the Queen.
    • his two known knights:
    • his lads, squires training for knighthood:
      • Larraq, called 'The Lash', of Meereen.
      • the Boys, three Ghiscari brothers and freedmen.
  • Belwas, called Strong Belwas, eunuch and former pit fighter.
  • her Dothrakowie bloodriders:
    • Jhogo, the whip, blood of her blood and ko. Currently a hostage of the Yunkish
    • Aggo, the bow, blood of her blood and ko. Away from Meereen seeking Daenerys.
    • Rakharo, the arakh, blood of her blood and ko. Away from Meereen seeking Daenerys.
  • Ser Jorah Mormont, called 'Jorah the Andal', former Lord Commander. Banished. Currently with the Drudzy Synowie.

The Queen's captains and commanders:

The Queen's Meereenese court:

The Queen's handmaids and servants:

Młody Gryf/Prince Aegon's followers

Historical Members

On Smocza Skała

Targaryen Dynasty

The Sons of the Dragon

Era of the Old King

Descendants of King Viserys I Targaryen

After the Dragons Danced

The Good

Married to Lady Dyanna Dayne.

Descendants of King Aegon V Targaryen

The Last Dragons

Targaryen Family Tree

Valaena Velaryon
Aegon I
Orys Baratheon
Argella Durrandon
Aenys I
Alyssa Velaryon
Ród Baratheonów
Alys Harroway
Maegor I
Jaehaerys I
Aemma Arryn
Viserys I
Alicent Hightower
Laena Velaryon
Laenor Velaryon
Aegon II
Jacaerys Velaryon
Lucerys Velaryon
Joffrey Velaryon
Viserys II
Daenaera Velaryon
Aegon III
Aegon IV
Baelor I
Daeron I
Maron Martell
Myriah Martell
Daeron II
Aerys I
Maekar I
Aegon V
z Tyrosh
Jenny z
Jaehaerys II
Aerys II
Viserys III
Daenerys I
Hizdahr zo Loraq


Like their Smoks the Targaryens answered to neither gods nor men.[14]

- Catelyn Tully's thoughts

Every child knows that the Targaryens have always danced too close to madness.[15]

- Ser Barristan Selmy

Treachery was a coin the Targaryens knew well.[16]

- Robert Baratheon

I will kill every Targaryen I can get my hands on, until they are as dead as their dragons, and then I will piss on their graves.[16]

- Robert Baratheon

What did any Targaryen ever know of honor? Go down into your crypt and ask Lyanna about the dragon’s honor![16]

- Robert Baratheon to Eddard Stark

References and Notes

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