In the above image from Histories & Lore: Robert's Rebellion, we see six Targaryen kings. I would like to determine which king is which before adding images of individual kings to articles. Based on their similarities to portraits by Amoka on the Wiki of Ice and Fire (which are based on descriptions provided by George R.R. Martin himself) I'm pretty sure the first is Aegon I Targaryen, the fifth is Maekar Targaryen and the sixth is Aegon V Targaryen. I'm not sure if the fourth is Baelor Targaryen or Aerys I Targaryen, and I have no idea who the second and third ones are.
Any input would be appreciated.Read more >
will portray the Three-eyed raven]]As the countdown the Season 4 continues, so do the casting updates. While it's no secret that while covering the remainder of the events of A Storm of Swords, the fourth season of Game of Thrones will also feature material from the concurrent novels A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons. Joel Fry and Mark Gatiss have been cast as Hizdahr zo Loraq and Tycho Nestoris, respectively, but this latest announcement is very interesting indeed.
Struan Rodger has been cast in the role of the mysterious Three-eyed raven that has haunted Bran Stark's dreams since the first season. Those who have not read the books are no doubt confused by this, as the raven has already appeared in the show and doesn't appear …Read more >