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Rogar Baratheon

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Rogar Baratheon
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Title Lord of Storm's End
Lord Paramount of the Stormlands
Protector of the Realm
Hand of the King
Allegiance House Baratheon
Culture Stormlands
Spouse Lady Alyssa Velaryon
Book(s) The World of Ice & Fire (mentioned)
The Sons of the Dragon (mentioned)

Rogar Baratheon was Lord of Storm's End and head of House Baratheon. He was Lord Orys Baratheon’s grandson.


Lord Rogar was the first great lord to openly proclaim for Prince Jaehaerys against his uncle, Maegor I Targaryen. In 48 AC at Storm's End, Rogar proclaimed Jaehaerys to be the lawful king of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men. In return, Jaehaerys named Rogar the Protector of the Realm and the Hand of the King.[1][2][3]

Twenty-three days after the mysterious death of King Maegor I, Rogar arrived at King's Landing at the head of a large host, accompanying Dowager Queen Alyssa Velaryon, to meet up with Prince Jaehaerys, Princess Rhaena, and Princess Alysanne, who had arrived a fortnight earlier.[1]

During the remainder of King Jaehaerys' minority Rogar shared the rule of the realm with Dowager Queen Alyssa. Half a year after Jaehaerys came to rule on his own, Rogar and Alyssa were wed.[1][3] From this marriage two children were born: Boremund and Jocelyn.[3][4]

Behind the Scenes

In published works, Rogar is called both "Rogar Baratheon" and "Robar Baratheon". In The World of Ice & Fire, the name "Robar" is consistently used, while the character is called "Rogar" on some occasions in The Sons of the Dragon and (at least in the printed version) "Robar" on others. According to Elio Garcia, one of the co-authors of The World of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin used both names interchangeably in the original manuscript. Even though "Rogar" was used more frequently in the manuscript, for The World of Ice & Fire, the choice was made to use "Robar" as it was the name Martin wrote down towards the end of the manuscript.[5] As revealed by Garcia in July 2018, Martin started out in the manuscript with "Rogar", at one point switched to "Robar", and later on decided he preferred "Rogar" after all.[6]


Argella Durrandon
Unknown Lord
Alyssa Velaryon
Aemon Targaryen
Rhaenys Targaryen
4 Daughters


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Sons of the Dragon.
  2. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Maegor I.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 The World of Ice & Fire, The Stormlands: House Baratheon.
  4. The World of Ice & Fire, Appendix: Targaren Lineage.
  5. Vassals of Kingsgrave podcast (November 18, 2017)
  6. asoiaf.westeros.org: FIRE AND BLOOD Volume 1: Robar vs Rogar (July 24, 2018)
  7. It is currently unknown which "Lord Baratheon" Raymont's father is; either Lord Orys, making Raymont a brother of Davos, or Orys' son, making Raymont a brother of Rogar