On the third day of 133 AC the Winter Fever arrived at King's Landing, killing the Protector of the Realm, the Hand of the King, a Regent, and three members of the Kingsguard. The power vacuum was filled by Lord Unwin Peake, who filled all the vacancies with men loyal to him. In the ninth moon of the year queen Jaehaera fell (or was thrown) to her death to the moat of Maegor's Holdfast. All nubile maidens of the realm were invited at a great ball were king Aegon III could choose his a new wife. The last day of the year saw the marriage of the king to Daenaera Velaryon.
- Alyn Velaryon obtains a great naval victory against Braavos at the Stepstones, earning him the moniker "Oakenfist".
- Alyn sails on his first voyage, visiting Racallio Ryndoon at the Stepstones, Princess Aliandra at Sunspear, and Lord Lyonel Hightower and Lady Sam at Oldtown. When he arrives at Lannisport, he founds out that the Red Kraken is already dead and the Fair Isle has been liberated. He returns making stops at the Arbor, Oldtown and Sunspear, where he founds out that Prince Viserys is still alive at Lys.
- Lady Rhaena announces that she is pregant, but suffers a miscarriage a month later.
- The wildling Sylas the Grim leads three thousand wildings that manage to overcome the Night Watch at Queensgate and raid the Gift, until they are defeated by Lord Cregan Stark.
- After Jaehaera's death, Lord Unwin Peake attempts to marry her daughter Myrielle to the king, but steps back due to the fierce opposition of the other regents and the lords of the realm.
- The Maiden's Ball is held in Maiden's Day. King Aegon III chooses Daenaera Velaryon of House Velaryon as his wife.
- Aegon and Daenaera are married on the last day of the year.
- Lord Roland Westerling, of Winter Fever.
- Ser Tyland Lannister, of Winter Fever.
- Dowager Queen Alicent Hightower, of Winter Fever.
- A fifth of the population of King's Landing dies of Winter Fever.
- Orwyle, beheaded by the king's justice for treason and desertion.
- Ser Steffon Connington, ambushed by Wyland Wyl while hunting a small band of Dornish raiders.
- Lord Prester, Lord Tarbeck, and Ser Erwin Lannister, killed on the orders of Lord Dalton Greyjoy while attempting to retake the Fair Isle.
- Queen Jaehaera Targaryen, committed suicide or murdered.
- Lady Buckler and her two daughters, drowned when their boat sunk on their way to the Maiden's Ball.
- Lord Dalton Greyjoy, murdered by one of his salt wives named Tess.
- Alester Wynch, killed by Gunthor Goodbrother over a quarrel for Lysa Farman.
Titles and appointments
- King Aegon appoints Lord Thaddeus Rowan as his new Hand of the King, Lord Alyn Velaryon as the new master of ships, and Ser Robin Massey and Robert Darklyn to his kingsguard (designing the former as the Lord Commander). His decisions are declared void, on the ground of him being a minor and because he had not consulted the council of regents. Lord Thaddeus Rowan is later named as one of King Aegon's regents, replacing the deceased Roland Westerling. Lord Alyn is later officially named master of ships.
- Lord Unwin Peake is named Hand of the King and Protector of the Realm.
- Ser Marston Waters is named as Lord Commander of the Kinsguard.
- Ser Amaury Peake and Ser Mervyn Flowers are named to the Kingsguard.
- Ser Lucas Leygood is named Lord Commander of the City Watch of King's Landing.
- Tessario the Tiger becomes the captain of the Hand's personal guard.
- Clarice Osgrey becomes chief of Queen Jaehaera Targaryen's houshold.
- Ser Gareth Long is named master-at-arms of the Red Keep.
- Septon Eustace is dismissed, and Septon Bernard is named as the court's new septon.
- Lord George Graceford is named Lord Confessor.
- Ser Victor Risley is appointed as King's Justice.