- Not to be confused with "Rhaegal", a Targaryen dragon.
Rhaegel Targaryen 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.
Prince Rhaegel, along with his family, is mentioned in House Targaryen's entry of the book The Lineages and Histories of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms.
|Daeron II Targaryen|
"Daeron the Good"
Younger sister of Maron Martell
"Daenerys of Sunspear"
Older brother of Myriah Martell
|House Blackfyre||Baelor Targaryen|
|Aerys I Targaryen|
|Maekar I Targaryen|
|Aegon V Targaryen|
"Aegon the Unlikely"
In the booksEdit
In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Prince Rhaegel was the third son of King Daeron the Good and Queen Myriah. He was sickly, meek, and insane. He was known for dancing naked through the halls of the Red Keep. He was married to Lady Alys Arryn and had three children, twins Aelor and Aelora, and daughter Daenora.
He was named Prince of Dragonstone when his brother Aerys I ascended the Iron Throne since Aerys had no children of his own. He later died when he choked on a lamprey pie. His son Aelor became the new Prince of Dragonstone, but he himself died in a mishap at the hands of his sister-wife Aelora. This left her mad with grief and she later took her own life after being assaulted at a masked ball. Daenora was married to her cousin Prince Aerion Targaryen and had a son named Maegor.