|Alias||Damon the Devout|
Grand Captain of the Warrior's Sons
|Allegiance|| House Morrigen|
Faith of the Seven
|Died||In 42 AC, at King's Landing|
|Book(s)|| A World of Ice and Fire (mentioned)|
The Sons of the Dragon (mentioned)
Ser Damon Morrigen, called Damon the Devout, was a pious knight from House Morrigen who was a devout member of the Warrior's Sons. He became Grand Captain of the Warrior's Sons, and led the chapter in King's Landing based at the Sept of Remembrance early in the Faith Militant uprising.
After Maegor I Targaryen was crowned and flew to Visenya's Hill to raise his standard, his mother Visenya challenged those who questioned her son's right to rule to prove themselves, a challenge that the Warrior's Sons accepted. Ser Damon proposed a trial of seven, as had been done in Andalos. A trial of seven took place with Damon and six of his Warrior's Sons against Maegor and his six champions.
Ser Damon and his comrade Ser Willam the Wanderer were the last two of the Warrior's Sons standing against Maegor, whose champions had all been killed. Badly wounded, Ser Damon fell to Maegor and Blackfyre.