Difference between revisions of "209 AC"
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* [[Cerelle Lannister]].<ref>''See the calculation for: [[Years after Aegon's Conquest/Calculations Ages#Cerelle Lannister|Cerelle Lannister]]''</ref>
* [[Cerelle Lannister]].<ref>''See the calculation for: [[Years after Aegon's Conquest/Calculations Ages#Cerelle Lannister |Cerelle Lannister ]]''</ref>
Latest revision as of 19:49, 2 April 2019
- The events depicted in The Hedge Knight take place in 209 AC.
In 209 AC Prince Baelor Targaryen, the Hand of the King, died during a tourney at Ashford. Later that year the Great Spring Sickness began, which killed tens of thousands, including Baelor's father King Daeron II Targaryen, as well as Baelor's two sons and King Daeron's direct heirs, Prince Valarr and Prince Matarys Targaryen. Daeron's second son, Prince Aerys Targaryen, was crowned as King Aerys I Targaryen, being the next male in line.
- A tourney takes place at Ashford.
- The minor branch of House Fossoway (aka "the green-apple Fossoways") is founded.
- Prince Aerion Targaryen is sent to Lys.
- Prince Aegon Targaryen joins the hedge knight Ser Duncan the Tall as his squire.
- The Great Spring Sickness begins and spreads.
- Prince Aerys Targaryen is crowned as King Aerys I Targaryen upon the death of King Daeron II. His wife, Princess Aelinor Penrose, becomes Queen.
- Brynden Rivers is named Hand of the King for King Aerys I Targaryen.
- Ser Arlan of Pennytree, of a chill.
- Prince Baelor Targaryen, slain by his brother Prince Maekar, due to a tourney mishap.
- Ser Humfrey Beesbury, slain during the Trial of Seven by Ser Donnel of Duskendale.
- Ser Humfrey Hardyng, severely wounded during the Trial of Seven, later succumbed of his wounds.
- Prince Valarr Targaryen, due to the Great Spring Sickness, mere hours before his grandfather, King Daeron II.
- Prince Matarys Targaryen, due to the Great Spring Sickness, mere hours before his grandfather, King Daeron II.
- King Daeron II Targaryen, due to the Great Spring Sickness.