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The new [[Hand of the King]] [[Criston Cole]], the Lord Commander of the [[Kingsguard]] devised a more aggressive strategy than his [[Otto Hightower|predecessor]]. His forces sacked [[Duskendale]] and set a trap at Rook's Rest.  
 
The new [[Hand of the King]] [[Criston Cole]], the Lord Commander of the [[Kingsguard]] devised a more aggressive strategy than his [[Otto Hightower|predecessor]]. His forces sacked [[Duskendale]] and set a trap at Rook's Rest.  
  
Cole's forces fought against [[Rhaenys Targaryen (The Queen Who Never Was)|Rhaenys Targaryen|]] and her dragon, [[Meleys]], until Aegon's dragons arrived. Rhaenys and Meleys were slain. Aegon was severely wounded and Prince Aemond took over as regent while he recovered for the year.
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Cole's forces fought against [[Rhaenys Targaryen (The Queen Who Never Was)|Rhaenys Targaryen|]] and her dragon, [[Meleys]], until Aegon's dragons arrived. The aerial duel between the two dragons of [[the greens]] and the one dragon of [[the blacks]] saw the death of Rhaenys and her dragon.
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==Aftermath==
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The loss of both [[Rhaenys Targaryen (The Queen Who Never Was)|Rhaenys Targaryen|]] and her dragon, [[Meleys]] was a severe blow to [[the blacks]]. Rhaenys husband, [[Corlys Velaryon|Corlys "The Sea Snake"Velaryon]] was enraged and blamed her death on [[Rhaenyra Targaryen|Queen Rhaenyra]] stating if they she had sent her sons with their dragons. His wife might be alive.
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[[Aegon II]] suffered from severe burns and was incapacitated for a year, his dragon [[Sunfyre]] was rendered flightless from the dual with [[Meleys]]. [[Aemond Targaryen|Prince Aemond]] became [[regent]] while his brother recovered.
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<ref>[[The Princess and the Queen]]</ref>
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==References and Notes==
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{{References}}
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[[Category:Battles|Rook's Rest]]

Revision as of 15:09, 14 December 2013

Battle of Rook's Rest

Battle of Rook's Rest
Conflict Dance of the Dragons
Date 130 AC
Place Rook's Rest
Result victory for the greens
Combatants
The greens The blacks
Commanders
Rhaenys Targaryen King Aegon
Prince Aemond
Strength
Rhaenys and her dragon Meleys Aegon II and his dragon Sunfyre, Aemond and his dragon Vhagar
Casualties
None, though both Aegon II and his dragon were severely injured. Rhaenys Targaryen+
Meleys

The new Hand of the King Criston Cole, the Lord Commander of the Kingsguard devised a more aggressive strategy than his predecessor. His forces sacked Duskendale and set a trap at Rook's Rest.

Cole's forces fought against Rhaenys Targaryen| and her dragon, Meleys, until Aegon's dragons arrived. The aerial duel between the two dragons of the greens and the one dragon of the blacks saw the death of Rhaenys and her dragon.

Aftermath

The loss of both Rhaenys Targaryen| and her dragon, Meleys was a severe blow to the blacks. Rhaenys husband, Corlys "The Sea Snake"Velaryon was enraged and blamed her death on Queen Rhaenyra stating if they she had sent her sons with their dragons. His wife might be alive.

Aegon II suffered from severe burns and was incapacitated for a year, his dragon Sunfyre was rendered flightless from the dual with Meleys. Prince Aemond became regent while his brother recovered. [1]

References and Notes