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|Alias||Daeron the Drunken|
|Born||In 190AC or 191AC|
|Book(s)|| The Hedge Knight (Appears)|
The Mystery Knight (Mentioned)
A Clash of Kings (Mentioned)
A Feast for Crows (Mentioned)
Prince Daeron Targaryen, sometimes referred to as Daeron the Drunken, was the eldest son of Maekar I Targaryen. Maester Aemon served at Daeron's keep until Daeron died of a pox he caught from a whore. He left one feeble-witted daughter as issue.
Daeron had sallow skin, sandy brown hair and a blonde beard.
The Hedge Knight
Maekar sent his sons Daeron and Aegon to the Tourney at Ashford, hoping they would outshine his brother Baelor Targaryen's son Valarr, but being frightened of horses and weapons he decided to steal away from his escort, and dragged his brother and squire Aegon with him. He shaved Aegon's head to hide his Targaryen features and went to an inn to get drunk, where he lost Aegon.
Thinking that something may have happened to his sons, Maekar went out in search of Daeron and Aegon. When Daeron was found he told his father that a "huge robber knight made off with Aegon" and that he spent the whole time pursuing them. Later he went to Ser Duncan to apologize for lying and said that he had not even noticed that Aegon was gone.
He also told Ser Duncan about a dream he had. A great red dragon would fall on Ser Duncan, dead, but the knight would walk off alive. He said he did not know what it meant, but that his dreams came true and that he was scared of Ser Duncan. Daeron also told Ser Duncan that he would not fight, and at the first blow in the Trial of Seven he would stay on the ground and would also withdraw his accusations.
The Mystery Knight
A Clash of Kings
Lord Commander Jeor Mormont tells his steward Jon Snow that maester Aemon and his oldest brother Daeron, together with their other brothers, had been summoned to court when their father Maekar had been crowned King. Daeron, as the Prince of Dragonstone, was joined by his second brother Aemon, who would be serving as Daeron's maester. Mormont then tells Jon Snow that Daeron died of the pox, leaving only a feeble-witted daughter behind as his heir.
A Feast for Crows
During one of his last good days, maester Aemon wonders if he will be reunited with his siblings, Daeron amongst them, when he dies.
|“||Will I talk with Egg again, find Dareon whole and happy, hear my sisters singing to their children?||”|
|Baelor||Aerys I||Aelinor||Rhaegel||Maekar I|