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::''This article is about the son of King Aegon IV, known as "Daeron the Good". For Aegon IV's older first cousin, known as "Daeron the Young Dragon", see "[[Daeron I Targaryen]]".
 
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| Title = [[File:Targaryen.JPG|30px|left|link=House Targaryen]] Daeron II Targaryen [[File:Targaryen.JPG|30px|right|link=House Targaryen]]
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| Title = [[File:Targaryen.JPG|30px|left|link=House Targaryen]]Daeron II Targaryen[[File:Targaryen.JPG|30px|right|link=House Targaryen]]
 
| Image = History and Lineages Blackfyre.jpg
 
| Image = History and Lineages Blackfyre.jpg
 
| Season = [[Season 1|1]]
 
| Season = [[Season 1|1]]
 
| Mentioned = "[[A Golden Crown]]"
 
| Mentioned = "[[A Golden Crown]]"
 
| Status = [[:Category:Status: Dead|Deceased]]
 
| Status = [[:Category:Status: Dead|Deceased]]
| Place = [[Red Keep]]
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| Place = [[Red Keep]], [[King's Landing]]
|Titles = [[King of the Andals and the First Men]]<br>[[Lord of the Seven Kingdoms]]<br>Protector of the Realm
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|Titles = [[King of the Andals and the First Men]]<br>Lord of the Seven KIngdoms<br>Protector of the Realm
 
| Aka = Daeron the Good
 
| Aka = Daeron the Good
 
| Allegiance = [[House Targaryen]]
 
| Allegiance = [[House Targaryen]]
| Family =[[Viserys II Targaryen]] (grandfather)<br>[[Aegon IV Targaryen]] (father)<br>[[Naerys Targaryen]] (mother)<br>[[Myriah Martell]] (wife)<br>[[Maekar I Targaryen]] (son)<br>[[Daenerys Targaryen (daughter of Aegon IV)|Daenerys Targaryen]] (sister)<br>[[Daemon Blackfyre]] (bastard half-brother)
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| Family ={[[Viserys II Targaryen]]} - grandfather<br>{[[Aegon IV Targaryen]]} - father<br>{[[Naerys Targaryen]]} - mother<br>{[[Myriah Martell]]} - wife<br>{[[Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)|Baelor Targaryen]]} - son<br>{[[Aerys I Targaryen]]} - son<br>{[[Aelinor Targaryen]]} - daughter<br>{[[Rhaegel Targaryen]]} - son<br>{[[Maekar I Targaryen]]} - son<br>{[[Daenerys Targaryen (daughter of Aegon IV)|Daenerys Targaryen]]} - sister<br>{[[Daemon Blackfyre]]} - bastard half-brother<br>{[[Maron Martell]]} - brother-in-law<br>{[[Aemon Targaryen (Dragonknight)|Aemon Targaryen]]} - uncle}}
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{{Quote|The ''Lives of Four Kings''. Grand Maester Kaeth's history of the reigns of Daeron the Young Dragon, Baelor the Blessed, Aegon the Unworthy, and Daeron the Good. A book every king should read.|[[Tyrion Lannister]]|The Lion and the Rose}}
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'''Daeron II Targaryen''', also called '''Daeron the Good''', is an unseen character in ''[[Game of Thrones (TV series)|Game of Thrones]]''. He is not expected to appear in the series, being long dead by the time it begins.
 
'''Daeron II Targaryen''', also called '''Daeron the Good''', is an unseen character in ''[[Game of Thrones (TV series)|Game of Thrones]]''. He is not expected to appear in the series, being long dead by the time it begins.
   
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==Biography==
 
==Biography==
 
===Background===
 
===Background===
Daeron was the son of King [[Aegon IV Targaryen]] and Queen [[Naerys Targaryen]], born on the year 159 since [[Aegon the Conqueror|Aegon's Landing]]. He had a sister, Princess [[Daenerys Targaryen (daughter of Aegon IV)|Daenerys]]. He also had a half-brother, [[Daemon Blackfyre]], born of the affair between his father and Queen [[Daena Targaryen]], the sister-wife of [[Baelor I Targaryen]].
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Daeron was the son of King [[Aegon IV Targaryen]] and Queen [[Naerys Targaryen]], born on the year 159 since [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon's Landing]]. He had a sister, Princess [[Daenerys Targaryen (daughter of Aegon IV)|Daenerys]]. He also had a half-brother, [[Daemon Blackfyre]], born of the affair between his father and Queen [[Daena Targaryen]], the sister-wife of [[Baelor I Targaryen]].
   
 
He married [[Myriah Martell|Myriah]] of [[House Martell]] at [[Sunspear]]. With her, he fathered several sons: [[Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)|Baelor]], [[Aerys I Targaryen|Aerys]], [[Rhaegel Targaryen|Rhaegel]], and [[Maekar Targaryen|Maekar]]; and one daughter, [[Aelinor Targaryen|Aelinor]].
 
He married [[Myriah Martell|Myriah]] of [[House Martell]] at [[Sunspear]]. With her, he fathered several sons: [[Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)|Baelor]], [[Aerys I Targaryen|Aerys]], [[Rhaegel Targaryen|Rhaegel]], and [[Maekar Targaryen|Maekar]]; and one daughter, [[Aelinor Targaryen|Aelinor]].
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===[[Season 1]]===
 
===[[Season 1]]===
Daeron II, along with siblings and progenie, is mentioned in the [[House Targaryen]]'s entry of the book ''[[The Lineage and Histories of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms]]''. He's described as purple blue of eyes, silver of hair and round of shoulders.<ref>"[[A Golden Crown]]"</ref>
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Daeron II, along with siblings and progenie, is mentioned in the [[House Targaryen]] entry of the book ''[[The Lineages and Histories of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms]]''. He's described as purple blue of eyes, silver of hair and round of shoulders.<ref>"[[A Golden Crown]]"</ref>
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===[[Season 4]]===
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[[Tyrion Lannister]] mentions that Daeron the Good is one of the kings analyzed in the classic book, ''[[Lives of Four Kings]]'', when he gives a copy of the book to King [[Joffrey Baratheon|Joffrey]] as a wedding present.<ref>"[[The Lion and the Rose]]"</ref>
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==Family tree==
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{{House Targaryen family tree Blackfyre Rebellion era}}
   
 
==In the books==
 
==In the books==
 
In the ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels, Daeron II was a dignified man. He had a kind thoughtful face. He was round-shouldered, with thin legs and a small pot belly. His face has a certain quiet strength, though, and his eyes are clear and full of resolve. He wore his father's elaborate dragon Crown. On his coinage, he was depicted as clean-shaven. He was not a warrior by any means, but a cultured, scholarly man who kept company with maesters and other learned men.
 
In the ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels, Daeron II was a dignified man. He had a kind thoughtful face. He was round-shouldered, with thin legs and a small pot belly. His face has a certain quiet strength, though, and his eyes are clear and full of resolve. He wore his father's elaborate dragon Crown. On his coinage, he was depicted as clean-shaven. He was not a warrior by any means, but a cultured, scholarly man who kept company with maesters and other learned men.
   
After the failed Conquest of Dorne, King Baelor the Blessed arranged the marriage of his Prince Daeron to Princess Myriah Martell of Dorne as part of a dual marriage pact between the two kingdoms, thus bringing Dorne into the [[Seven Kingdoms]]. He also officiated at the wedding ceremony. Princess Myriah brought many of her native manners and customs with her, and many noble Dornishmen and women flocked to his court, all serving to give life in the [[Red Keep]] a foreign flavor, and alienating many of Daeron's nobles and courtiers. In 170AL they had their first son, whom they named Baelor in Baelor the Blessed's honor. Daeron founded a new castle at Summerhall, in the Dornish Marches, roughly where Dorne, [[the Reach]], and [[the Stormlands]] come together.
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After the failed Conquest of Dorne, King Baelor the Blessed arranged the marriage of his Prince Daeron to Princess Myriah Martell of Dorne as part of a dual marriage pact between the two kingdoms, thus bringing Dorne into the [[Seven Kingdoms]]. He also officiated at the wedding ceremony. Princess Myriah brought many of her native manners and customs with her, and many noble Dornishmen and women flocked to his court, all serving to give life in the [[Red Keep]] a foreign flavor, and alienating many of Daeron's nobles and courtiers. In 170AL they had their first son, whom they named Baelor in honor of Baelor the Blessed. Daeron founded a new castle at Summerhall, in the Dornish Marches, roughly where Dorne, [[the Reach]], and [[the Stormlands]] come together.
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Late in Aegon IV's reign, it was whispered that his father had come to believe that Daeron was not his son, but the product of an illegitimate union between his wife Naerys and their brother, Aemon, and was planning to disinherit Daeron in favor of Daemon Blackfyre. Others counter that Aegon IV ''himself'' started this rumor, because he was disgusted that his trueborn son Daeron was an intelligent and scholarly man, and he simply wished he wasn't really his son. As this theory goes, Aegon IV had became so impressed with his bastard son Daemon Blackfyre, who was a consummate warrior and personally charismatic (though he had no experience at politics), that he increasingly wanted to name Daemon as his official heir. Daeron ascended to the throne, however, following Aegon IV's sudden illness and death. Nevertheless, several military-minded lords gathered around Daemon and supported his claim to the Iron Throne, causing the First Blackfyre Rebellion.
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Through his younger son Maekar, Daeron II was the grandfather of Maester [[Aemon]] and his younger brother, King [[Aegon V Targaryen|Aegon V]].
   
Late in Aegon IV's reign, it was whispered that his father had come to believe that Daeron was not his son, but the product of an illegitimate union between his wife Naerys and their brother, Aemon, and was planning to disinherit Daeron in favour of Daemon Blackfyre. Daeron ascended to the throne, however, following Aegon IV suddenly illness and death. Nevertheless, several military-minded lords gathered around Daemon and supported his claim to the Iron Throne, causing the First Blackfyre Rebellion.
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Daeron II was king at the beginning of the ''[[Tales of Dunk and Egg]]'' prequel novellas, which begin 90 years before the War of the Five Kings and follow the adventures of Ser [[Duncan the Tall]] and [[Aegon V Targaryen|Aegon "Egg" Targaryen]]. The first novellas, ''The Hedge Knight'', takes place in the last few months of Daeron II's reign. Daeron II isn't directly involved in the narrative, but his sons Baelor and Maekar feature prominently in its events. The second novella, ''The Sworn Sword'', takes place a year and a half later, after the Great Spring Sickness struck Westeros and after Daeron II died from it. It is possible that Daeron II might appear in any potential live-action adaptation of the ''Tales of Dunk and Egg''.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
* [http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Daeron_II_Targaryen Daeron II Targaryen at A Wiki of Ice and Fire] (spoilers from the books)
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Latest revision as of 18:14, July 26, 2014

This article is about the son of King Aegon IV, known as "Daeron the Good". For Aegon IV's older first cousin, known as "Daeron the Young Dragon", see "Daeron I Targaryen".
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"The Lives of Four Kings. Grand Maester Kaeth's history of the reigns of Daeron the Young Dragon, Baelor the Blessed, Aegon the Unworthy, and Daeron the Good. A book every king should read."
Tyrion Lannister[src]

Daeron II Targaryen, also called Daeron the Good, is an unseen character in Game of Thrones. He is not expected to appear in the series, being long dead by the time it begins.

Daeron was the second King of his name to sit on the Iron Throne and the twelfth king of the Targaryen dynasty to rule the Seven Kingdoms. He was an ancestor of Viserys and Daenerys Targaryen. He was formally styled Daeron of House Targaryen, the Second of His Name, King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm.

BiographyEdit

BackgroundEdit

Daeron was the son of King Aegon IV Targaryen and Queen Naerys Targaryen, born on the year 159 since Aegon's Landing. He had a sister, Princess Daenerys. He also had a half-brother, Daemon Blackfyre, born of the affair between his father and Queen Daena Targaryen, the sister-wife of Baelor I Targaryen.

He married Myriah of House Martell at Sunspear. With her, he fathered several sons: Baelor, Aerys, Rhaegel, and Maekar; and one daughter, Aelinor.

During his reign, his half-brother Daemon rebelled against his rule to claim the Iron Throne for himself. Daeron perished during the Great Spring Sickness. He was succeeded by his son Aerys.

Season 1Edit

Daeron II, along with siblings and progenie, is mentioned in the House Targaryen entry of the book The Lineages and Histories of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms. He's described as purple blue of eyes, silver of hair and round of shoulders.[1]

Season 4Edit

Tyrion Lannister mentions that Daeron the Good is one of the kings analyzed in the classic book, Lives of Four Kings, when he gives a copy of the book to King Joffrey as a wedding present.[2]

Family treeEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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"Daenerys of Sunspear"
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In the booksEdit

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Daeron II was a dignified man. He had a kind thoughtful face. He was round-shouldered, with thin legs and a small pot belly. His face has a certain quiet strength, though, and his eyes are clear and full of resolve. He wore his father's elaborate dragon Crown. On his coinage, he was depicted as clean-shaven. He was not a warrior by any means, but a cultured, scholarly man who kept company with maesters and other learned men.

After the failed Conquest of Dorne, King Baelor the Blessed arranged the marriage of his Prince Daeron to Princess Myriah Martell of Dorne as part of a dual marriage pact between the two kingdoms, thus bringing Dorne into the Seven Kingdoms. He also officiated at the wedding ceremony. Princess Myriah brought many of her native manners and customs with her, and many noble Dornishmen and women flocked to his court, all serving to give life in the Red Keep a foreign flavor, and alienating many of Daeron's nobles and courtiers. In 170AL they had their first son, whom they named Baelor in honor of Baelor the Blessed. Daeron founded a new castle at Summerhall, in the Dornish Marches, roughly where Dorne, the Reach, and the Stormlands come together.

Late in Aegon IV's reign, it was whispered that his father had come to believe that Daeron was not his son, but the product of an illegitimate union between his wife Naerys and their brother, Aemon, and was planning to disinherit Daeron in favor of Daemon Blackfyre. Others counter that Aegon IV himself started this rumor, because he was disgusted that his trueborn son Daeron was an intelligent and scholarly man, and he simply wished he wasn't really his son. As this theory goes, Aegon IV had became so impressed with his bastard son Daemon Blackfyre, who was a consummate warrior and personally charismatic (though he had no experience at politics), that he increasingly wanted to name Daemon as his official heir. Daeron ascended to the throne, however, following Aegon IV's sudden illness and death. Nevertheless, several military-minded lords gathered around Daemon and supported his claim to the Iron Throne, causing the First Blackfyre Rebellion.

Through his younger son Maekar, Daeron II was the grandfather of Maester Aemon and his younger brother, King Aegon V.

Daeron II was king at the beginning of the Tales of Dunk and Egg prequel novellas, which begin 90 years before the War of the Five Kings and follow the adventures of Ser Duncan the Tall and Aegon "Egg" Targaryen. The first novellas, The Hedge Knight, takes place in the last few months of Daeron II's reign. Daeron II isn't directly involved in the narrative, but his sons Baelor and Maekar feature prominently in its events. The second novella, The Sworn Sword, takes place a year and a half later, after the Great Spring Sickness struck Westeros and after Daeron II died from it. It is possible that Daeron II might appear in any potential live-action adaptation of the Tales of Dunk and Egg.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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Lord: Queen Daenerys Targaryen Heir: None
House-Targaryen-heraldry
Seat: Meereen Lands: Exiled
Title(s): Queen of Meereen · Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea · Queen of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men (claimant) · Lady Regnant of the Seven Kingdoms (claimant) · Protector of the Realm (claimant)
Ancestors:Aegon I, the Conqueror · Visenya · Rhaenys · Aenys I · Maegor I, the Cruel · Jaehaerys, the Concilliator · Viserys I · Rhaenyra · Aegon II · Aegon III · Daeron I, the Young Dragon · Baelor the Blessed · Viserys II · Aegon IV, the Unworthy · Naerys · Aemon the Dragonknight · Daena the Defiant · Rhaena · Elaena · Daeron II, the Good · Daenerys Martell · Myriah Martell · Daemon Blackfyre · Brynden Rivers · Aegor Rivers · Shiera Seastar · Baelor Breakspear · Aerys I · Aelinor · Rhaegel · Maekar I · Aerion Brightflame · Aegon V, the Unlikely · Duncan the Small
Current members:Aemon Targaryen
Deceased members:Aerys II, the Mad · Rhaella Targaryen · Rhaegar Targaryen · Elia Martell · Rhaenys Targaryen · Aegon Targaryen · Viserys Targaryen · Drogo · Rhaego
Household:Ser Jorah Mormont (formerly) · Ser Barristan Selmy · {Rakharo} · Kovarro · Aggo · {Irri} · {Doreah} · Jhiqui · Malakho · Missandei · Grey Worm · Daario Naharis

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