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==Error in The Rogue Prince==
 
==Error in The Rogue Prince==
The novella ''[[The Rogue Prince]]'' identifies Gerardys as the Grand Maester who replaced Mellos in the council and amputated Viserys I's fingers. This was an error,{{fact}} and ''[[The World of Ice and Fire]]'' states the maester was [[Orwyle]].
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The novella ''[[The Rogue Prince]]'' identifies Gerardys as the Grand Maester who replaced Mellos in the council and amputated Viserys I's fingers. This was an error,<ref>[http://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/topic/119534-twoiaf-spoilers-inconsistency-or-intentional/?p=6393809 Question] (last line) and [http://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/topic/119534-twoiaf-spoilers-inconsistency-or-intentional/?p=6393918 clarification]</ref> and ''[[The World of Ice and Fire]]'' states the maester was [[Orwyle]].
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 19:26, 2 September 2015

Gerardys
Title Grand Maester
Allegiance Blacks
Died In 130 AC
Book(s) The Rogue Prince (mentioned)
A Storm of Swords (mentioned)

Gerardys was Grand Maester at the end of the reign of Viserys I Targaryen and during the reign of Aegon II Targaryen.

History

Gerardys served Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen on Dragonstone. He also flew with Prince Daemon Targaryen to help his wife Lady Laena Velaryon after a difficult childbirth, but they arrived too late.[1] He became Rhaenyra's Grand Maester during the Dance of the Dragons, until Aegon II Targaryen took Dragonstone and fed him to his dragon Sunfyre for reasons unknown.[2]

Error in The Rogue Prince

The novella The Rogue Prince identifies Gerardys as the Grand Maester who replaced Mellos in the council and amputated Viserys I's fingers. This was an error,[3] and The World of Ice and Fire states the maester was Orwyle.

References and Notes