History Characters / GameOfThronesHouseTargaryen

30th Jan '16 3:49:55 AM Silverblade2
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* [[LastOfHisKind Last of Her Kind]]: Daenerys believes she'll never have children.
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* [[LastOfHisKind Last of Her Kind]]: LastOfHisKind: Daenerys believes she'll never have children.

* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Betrothed]]: His kidnapping of Robert Baratheon's betrothed Lyanna Stark (probably in combination with his father's penchant for burning his vassals) is what started Robert's Rebellion.
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* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Betrothed]]: IHaveYourWife: His kidnapping of Robert Baratheon's betrothed Lyanna Stark (probably in combination with his father's penchant for burning his vassals) is what started Robert's Rebellion.

* [[BrotherSisterTeam Brother-Sister-Sister Team]] / RuleOfThree: Each with a dragon mount.
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* [[BrotherSisterTeam Brother-Sister-Sister Team]] / RuleOfThree: BrotherSisterTeam: Each with a dragon mount.
25th Jan '16 12:52:40 PM Silverblade2
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* GreenEyedMonster[=/=]TheResenter: Is quite jealous of his sister when he realizes that the entire Dothraki tribe loves and respects her.
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* GreenEyedMonster[=/=]TheResenter: GreenEyedMonster: Is quite jealous of his sister when he realizes that the entire Dothraki tribe loves and respects her.

* InTheBlood[=/=]RoyallyScrewedUp: His insanity was passed on to Viserys, and he himself probably inherited it from over three hundred years of BrotherSisterIncest.
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* InTheBlood[=/=]RoyallyScrewedUp: InTheBlood: His insanity was passed on to Viserys, and he himself probably inherited it from over three hundred years of BrotherSisterIncest.
18th Nov '15 8:46:45 AM dmcreif
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* CharacterDeath: After Viserys goes too far, Khal Drogo fulfills his promise of a golden crown by melting some gold trinkets in a pot, and pouring it over his head.
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* CharacterDeath: After Viserys goes too far, Khal Drogo fulfills his promise of a golden crown by melting some gold trinkets in a pot, and pouring it over his head.head as part of the 'ALS Gold Bucket Challenge'.

* DeathByIrony: Should have been more specific when he demanded a golden crown.
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* DeathByIrony: Should have been more specific when he demanded a golden crown.crown, because his idea was not 'being forced to participate in the ALS Gold Bucket Challenge'.
28th Aug '15 5:01:30 PM Cheapsunglasses
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* HiddenDepths: He managed to survive in a hostile world for over a decade while simultaneously raising his sister. Daenerys would be ''long'' dead if it wasn't for him.
21st Jun '15 1:18:51 PM XFllo
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* BadassLongHair: He's depicted as such in the History and Lore DVD extras, which is in contrast to the books, where it's specifically mentioned that he kept his hair cut short.
19th Jun '15 12:05:05 AM Killztwice
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* BadassLongHair: He's depicted as such in the History and Lore DVD extras, which is in contrast to the books, where it's specifically mentioned that he kept his hair cut short.
6th Jun '15 4:09:14 AM TrollBrutal
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* AdaptationalHeroism: His attempts to claim Daenerys's maidenhead are absent in the show. In the books, Ilyrio has to post guards in her room so Viserys doesn't derail years of planning, ruining the alliance with the Dothraki in a single night.
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* AdaptationalHeroism: His While his creepiness is still present, his actual attempts to claim Daenerys's maidenhead are absent in the show. In the books, Ilyrio has to post guards in her room so Viserys doesn't derail years of planning, ruining the alliance with the Dothraki in a single night.
5th Jun '15 3:39:21 AM TrollBrutal
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* AdaptionalHeroism: His attempts to claim Daenerys's maidenhead are absent in the show. In the books, Ilyrio has to post guards in her room so Viserys doesn't derail years of planning, ruining the alliance with the Dothraki in a single night.
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* AdaptionalHeroism: AdaptationalHeroism: His attempts to claim Daenerys's maidenhead are absent in the show. In the books, Ilyrio has to post guards in her room so Viserys doesn't derail years of planning, ruining the alliance with the Dothraki in a single night.

* PromotionToParent: Has been taking care of Daenerys for almost her entire life since their exile. He wasn't doing a very good job.
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* PromotionToParent: Has been taking care of Daenerys for almost her entire life since their exile. He wasn't doing a very good job.is abusive, but Daenerys still gets to her wedding day healthy, unharmed, reasonably innocent and with her virginity intact.
5th Jun '15 3:37:09 AM TrollBrutal
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* AdaptionalHeroism: His attempts to claim Daenerys's maidenhead are absent in the show. In the books, Ilyrio has to post guards in her room so Viserys doesn't derail years of planning, ruining the alliance with the Dothraki in a single night.
4th Jun '15 2:58:45 AM CaellachTigerEye
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** From [[AllThereInTheManual supplementary materials for the series specifically]], Prince Duncan "The Small" Targaryen is the only one of Aegon V's children from the books who is confirmed to exist within this continuity - the books have him, Jaeherys, Daeron, Shaela, and Rhaelle (who married the Lord of Storm's End, giving birth to Lord Steffon Baratheon and being grandmother to Robert/Stannis/Renly). Aegon does have at least 3 children confirmed in this continuity however, even though the added-on Aerys and Rhaella would be rather young compared to Duncan.
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** From [[AllThereInTheManual supplementary materials for the series specifically]], Prince Duncan "The Small" Targaryen is the only one of Aegon V's children from the books who is confirmed to exist within this continuity - the books have him, Jaeherys, Daeron, Shaela, and Rhaelle (who married the Lord of Storm's End, giving birth to Lord Steffon Baratheon and being grandmother to Robert/Stannis/Renly). Aegon does have at least 3 children confirmed in this continuity however, however (and Daeron ''is'' alluded to in one episode, though not named), even though the added-on Aerys and Rhaella would likely be rather young compared to Duncan.Duncan (even with the AgeLift).

* AgeLift: Being Aegon V's son (rather than grandson, from the books), this is inevitable. More specifically, Aerys close in age to Tywin Lannister, who in the books was born in the year 242 AL, and in the series was born around 234 AL (from comments given in Season Four, set during 301 AL, which stated he is 67). Aerys by contrast was born in 242-243 in the books and died in 283 at around the age of 39-40; if he and Tywin are similarly aged in GOT, then he would have been born around 234-235 AL and died in 281, making him 45-47 when he died.
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* AgeLift: Being Aegon V's son (rather than grandson, from the books), this is inevitable. More specifically, Aerys is close in age to Tywin Lannister, who in the books was born 57 when [[spoiler:he was killed]] (in the show he was stated to be 67 at that time). Aerys was a bit younger, barely 40 when he died (Tywin was 41); given his ChildhoodFriends backstory with Tywin has been retained in the year 242 AL, and series, Aerys in the series was born around 234 AL (from comments given in Season Four, set during 301 AL, which stated he is 67). Aerys by contrast was born in 242-243 in the books and died in 283 at around the age of 39-40; if he and Tywin are similarly aged in GOT, then he show would have likely been born around 234-235 AL and died in 281, making him 45-47 his mid-to-late 40s when he died. No specific age has been given as yet, however.
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