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Sheepstealer was a wild [[dragon]] during the [[Dance of the Dragons]] with a taste for mutton. <ref>[[The Princess and the Queen]]</ref> It lived at the back of [[Dragonmont]] and would hunt between [[Driftmark]] and [[Wendwater]]. The [[smallfolk]] of [[Dragonstone]] named it for a self-evident reason. He is one of three wild dragons with [[Cannibal]] and [[Grey Ghost]].
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Sheepstealer was a wild [[dragon]] during the [[Dance of the Dragons]] with a taste for mutton.{{ref|tpatq}} It lived at the back of [[Dragonmont]] and would hunt between [[Driftmark]] and [[Wendwater]]. The [[smallfolk]] of [[Dragonstone]] named it for a self-evident reason. He is one of three wild dragons with [[Cannibal]] and [[Grey Ghost]].{{ref|tpatq}}
  
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
Sheepstealer's coloring was an ugly "mud brown". He was hatched when the [[Jaehaerys I Targaryen |Old King]] was young, which would put him around 80 years old at the time of the civil war.
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Sheepstealer's coloring was an ugly "mud brown". He was hatched when the [[Jaehaerys I Targaryen |Old King]] was young, which would put him around 80 years old at the time of the civil war.{{ref|tpatq}}
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
[[Jacaerys Velaryon]] called for dragonriders during the [[Dance of the Dragons]]. [[Silver Denys]], a man who claimed to be a descendent of [[Maegor I Targaryen | King Maegor]], tried to master the dragon. Sheepstealer tore off the man's arm but was chased off by the [[Cannibal]] before he could finish Silver.
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[[Jacaerys Velaryon]] called for dragonriders during the [[Dance of the Dragons]]. [[Silver Denys]], a man who claimed to be a descendent of [[Maegor I Targaryen | King Maegor]], tried to master the dragon. Sheepstealer tore off the man's arm but was chased off by the [[Cannibal]] before he could finish Silver.{{ref|tpatq}}
During the taming, Sheepstealer killed more [[dragonseed | seed]]s that the other two wild dragons combined. [[Alyn Velaryon (Alyn of Hull) | Alyn of Hull]] tried to tame him, but received a burnt cloak for his troubles.
 
  
A [[bastard]] girl named [[Nettles | Netty]] finally tamed him by feeding him a sheep every morning.
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During the taming, Sheepstealer killed more [[dragonseed|seed]]s that the other two wild dragons combined. [[Alyn Velaryon (Alyn of Hull)|Alyn of Hull]] tried to tame him, but received a burnt cloak for his troubles.{{ref|tpatq}}
  
When [[Rhaenyra Targaryen]] named Nettles a traitor for taking [[Daemon Targaryen (husband of Rhaenyra)|Daemon Targaryen]] to bed, Nettles was allowed to flee. They were never seen again.
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A [[bastard]] girl named [[Nettles | Netty]] finally tamed him by feeding him a sheep every morning.{{ref|tpatq}}
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When [[Rhaenyra Targaryen]] named Nettles a traitor for taking [[Daemon Targaryen (husband of Rhaenyra)|Daemon Targaryen]] to bed, Nettles was allowed to flee. They were never seen again.{{ref|tpatq}}
  
 
==Known dragonriders of Sheepstealer==  
 
==Known dragonriders of Sheepstealer==  
*[[Nettles]]
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*[[Nettles]]{{ref|tpatq}}
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 09:43, 13 April 2014

Sheepstealer
Allegiance Nettles
Race Dragon
Book(s) The Princess and the Queen

Sheepstealer was a wild dragon during the Dance of the Dragons with a taste for mutton.[1] It lived at the back of Dragonmont and would hunt between Driftmark and Wendwater. The smallfolk of Dragonstone named it for a self-evident reason. He is one of three wild dragons with Cannibal and Grey Ghost.[1]

Appearance

Sheepstealer's coloring was an ugly "mud brown". He was hatched when the Old King was young, which would put him around 80 years old at the time of the civil war.[1]

History

Jacaerys Velaryon called for dragonriders during the Dance of the Dragons. Silver Denys, a man who claimed to be a descendent of King Maegor, tried to master the dragon. Sheepstealer tore off the man's arm but was chased off by the Cannibal before he could finish Silver.[1]

During the taming, Sheepstealer killed more seeds that the other two wild dragons combined. Alyn of Hull tried to tame him, but received a burnt cloak for his troubles.[1]

A bastard girl named Netty finally tamed him by feeding him a sheep every morning.[1]

When Rhaenyra Targaryen named Nettles a traitor for taking Daemon Targaryen to bed, Nettles was allowed to flee. They were never seen again.[1]

Known dragonriders of Sheepstealer

References and Notes