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==Fire & Blood==
 
==Fire & Blood==
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===Reign of the Dragon — The Wars of King Aegon I===
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*It's indicated that "every castle" in Dorne was burned thrice in the [[Dragon's Worth]], including Sunspear, and that Visenya had burned it earlier,{{ref|fab|Reign of the Dragon — The Wars of King Aegon I}} but the ancient keep of House Martell, [[Sandship]], didn't show any signs of burning.{{ref|affc|2}}{{ref|twoiaf|Dorne: Sunspear}} [[George R. R. Martin]] agreed this was an issue, and expanded on it by providing the maesters several speculative explanations for why the Targaryens left Sunspear alone, as explained in ''The World of Ice & Fire''.{{ref|twoiaf|Dorne: Dorne Against the Dragons}} However, when "Fire & Blood" was published, old drafts were used for this part, so Sunspear was also burned. The error may be corrected in later editions.<ref><nowiki>[Spoilers]</nowiki> Fire and Blood Errata: [https://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php?/topic/152641-spoilers-fire-and-blood-errata/]</ref>
  
===Reign of the Dragon—The Wars of King Aegon I===
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===Three Heads Had the Dragon — Governance Under King Aegon I===
*It's indicated that "every castle" in Dorne was burned thrice in the [[Dragon's Worth]], including Sunspear, and that Visenya had burned it earlier,{{ref|fab|Reign of the Dragon—The Wars of King Aegon I}} but the ancient keep of House Martell, [[Sandship]], didn't show any signs of burning.{{ref|affc|2}}{{ref|twoiaf|Dorne: Sunspear}} [[George R. R. Martin]] agreed this was an issue, and expanded on it by providing the maesters several speculative explanations for why the Targaryens left Sunspear alone, as explained in ''The World of Ice & Fire''.{{ref|twoiaf|Dorne: Dorne Against the Dragons}} However, when "Fire & Blood" was published, old drafts were used for this part, so Sunspear was also burned. The error may be corrected in later editions.<ref><nowiki>[Spoilers]</nowiki> Fire and Blood Errata: [https://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php?/topic/152641-spoilers-fire-and-blood-errata/]</ref>
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* ''Adjudicated'' is misspelled as ''ajudicated'' once in the UK version(UK hardcover, page 44. The error is not present in the US version).{{Ref|fab|Three Heads Had the Dragon — Governance Under King Aegon I}}
 
 
===Three Heads Had the Dragon—Governance Under King Aegon I===
 
 
 
* ''Adjudicated'' is misspelled as ''ajudicated'' once in the UK version(UK hardcover, page 44. The error is not present in the US version).{{Ref|fab|Three Heads Had the Dragon—Governance Under King Aegon I}}
 
  
 
===The Sons of the Dragon===
 
===The Sons of the Dragon===
 
*While the novella ''[[The Sons of the Dragon]]'' says ''"Though half a dozen hatchlings had been born amidst the fires of Dragonstone in the later years of Aegon’s reign."'',{{Ref|tsotd}} ''Fire & Blood'' states ''"Though a dozen hatchlings had been born amidst the fires of Dragonstone in the later years of Aegon's reign"''.{{ref|fab|The Sons of the Dragon}}
 
*While the novella ''[[The Sons of the Dragon]]'' says ''"Though half a dozen hatchlings had been born amidst the fires of Dragonstone in the later years of Aegon’s reign."'',{{Ref|tsotd}} ''Fire & Blood'' states ''"Though a dozen hatchlings had been born amidst the fires of Dragonstone in the later years of Aegon's reign"''.{{ref|fab|The Sons of the Dragon}}
 
 
*''The World of Ice & Fire'' states that the Kingsguard Ser [[Raymont Baratheon]] saved [[Aenys I]] from a murder attempt by two [[Poor Fellows]]. However, name of the Kingsguard who saved Aenys is not given in ''Fire & Blood''.{{ref|fab|The Sons of the Dragon}}
 
*''The World of Ice & Fire'' states that the Kingsguard Ser [[Raymont Baratheon]] saved [[Aenys I]] from a murder attempt by two [[Poor Fellows]]. However, name of the Kingsguard who saved Aenys is not given in ''Fire & Blood''.{{ref|fab|The Sons of the Dragon}}
 
 
*House Myatt is removed from the pious houses that Maegor burned the seats of in the westerlands.{{Ref|tsotd}}{{ref|fab|The Sons of the Dragon}}
 
*House Myatt is removed from the pious houses that Maegor burned the seats of in the westerlands.{{Ref|tsotd}}{{ref|fab|The Sons of the Dragon}}
 
 
*It is said that no Dornish lords supported the Vulture King during the [[Second Dornish War]], but Lord [[Walter Wyl]] is known to have supported him.{{ref|fab|The Sons of the Dragon}}
 
*It is said that no Dornish lords supported the Vulture King during the [[Second Dornish War]], but Lord [[Walter Wyl]] is known to have supported him.{{ref|fab|The Sons of the Dragon}}
  
===The Year of The Three Brides—49 AC===
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===The Year of The Three Brides — 49 AC===
 
*Queen [[Alyssa Velaryon]] and her children are said to have fled from [[King's Landing]] when discussing Lord [[Rogar Baratheon]] giving his support to [[Jaehaerys Targaryen]]. This should be "[[Dragonstone]]".
 
*Queen [[Alyssa Velaryon]] and her children are said to have fled from [[King's Landing]] when discussing Lord [[Rogar Baratheon]] giving his support to [[Jaehaerys Targaryen]]. This should be "[[Dragonstone]]".
 
 
*Alyssa Velaryon is said to have been forced to watch her daughter [[Rhaena Targaryen (daughter of Aenys I)|Rhaena Targaryen]]'s wedding to King [[Maegor I Targaryen]] in {{Date|47}}, which could not literally have happened as Alyssa had fled beyond Maegor's reach by that point.{{ref|fab|The Year of the Three Brides — 49 AC}}
 
*Alyssa Velaryon is said to have been forced to watch her daughter [[Rhaena Targaryen (daughter of Aenys I)|Rhaena Targaryen]]'s wedding to King [[Maegor I Targaryen]] in {{Date|47}}, which could not literally have happened as Alyssa had fled beyond Maegor's reach by that point.{{ref|fab|The Year of the Three Brides — 49 AC}}
  
===A Time of Testing—The Realm Remade===
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===A Time of Testing — The Realm Remade===
 
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*When describing the seven speakers that Jaehaerys sends to preach [[Exceptionalism]], the septons are described with a contradiction for Septon [[Alfyn]], as he is called a "young septon", but in the same sentence also "fierce old Septon Alfyn": ''"Three were young septons; cunning Septon Baldrick, learned Septon Rollo, and fierce old Septon Alfyn"''.{{Ref|fab|A Time of Testing — The Realm Remade}}
*When describing the seven speakers that Jaehaerys sends to preach [[Exceptionalism]], the septons are described with a contradiction for Septon [[Alfyn]], as he is called a "young septon", but in the same sentence also "fierce old Septon Alfyn": ''"Three were young septons; cunning Septon Baldrick, learned Septon Rollo, and fierce old Septon Alfyn"''.{{Ref|fab|A Time of Testing—The Realm Remade}}
 
  
===The Long Reign—Jaehaerys and Alysanne—Policy, Progeny, and Pain===
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===The Long Reign — Jaehaerys and Alysanne: Policy, Progeny, and Pain===
 
*When discussing [[Corlys Velaryon]] and the wealth of [[House Velaryon]], House Velaryon is said to have become the wealthiest house of the Seven Kingdoms for a while following the first voyage.{{Ref|fab|The Long Reign — Jaehaerys and Alysanne: Policy, Progeny, and Pain}} Later on, it is stated that House Velaryon became the wealthiest house following Corlys's nineth voyage.{{ref|fab|Heirs of the Dragon — A Question of Succession}}
 
*When discussing [[Corlys Velaryon]] and the wealth of [[House Velaryon]], House Velaryon is said to have become the wealthiest house of the Seven Kingdoms for a while following the first voyage.{{Ref|fab|The Long Reign — Jaehaerys and Alysanne: Policy, Progeny, and Pain}} Later on, it is stated that House Velaryon became the wealthiest house following Corlys's nineth voyage.{{ref|fab|Heirs of the Dragon — A Question of Succession}}
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* [[Gaemon_Targaryen_(son_of_Jaehaerys_I)|Prince Gaemon Targaryen]] was born in {{Date|73}} and died "died a few days into the new year, not quite three moons old".{{ref|fab|The Long Reign — Jaehaerys and Alysanne — Policy, Progeny, and Pain}} However, the context suggested he died at the same year.
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*The name of Prince [[Valerion Targaryen]] is once misspelled as "Velarian" (US hardcover, page 305), which is corrected in the kindle version.
  
* [[Gaemon_Targaryen_(son_of_Jaehaerys_I)|Prince Gaemon Targaryen]] was born in {{Date|73}} and died "died a few days into the new year, not quite three moons old".{{ref|fab|The Long Reign—Jaehaerys and Alysanne—Policy, Progeny, and Pain}} However, the context suggested he died at the same year.
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===Heirs of the Dragon — A Question of Succession===
 
 
*The name of Prince [[Valerion Targaryen]] is once misspelled as "Velarian",(US hardcover, page 305) which is corrected in the kindle version.
 
 
 
===Heirs of the Dragon—A Question of Succession===
 
 
 
 
*[[Daemon Targaryen]] is frequently referred to as "the rogue prince" in the novella ''[[The Rogue Prince]]''. The title is never mentioned in ''Fire & Blood''.
 
*[[Daemon Targaryen]] is frequently referred to as "the rogue prince" in the novella ''[[The Rogue Prince]]''. The title is never mentioned in ''Fire & Blood''.
 
 
* ''Fire & Blood'' doesn't mention [[Mushroom]]'s claim that Daemon deflowered [[Alicent Hightower]], nor that [[Laenor Velaryon]] has "dragon blood on both sides of his lineage", as mentioned in ''[[The Rogue Prince]]''.
 
* ''Fire & Blood'' doesn't mention [[Mushroom]]'s claim that Daemon deflowered [[Alicent Hightower]], nor that [[Laenor Velaryon]] has "dragon blood on both sides of his lineage", as mentioned in ''[[The Rogue Prince]]''.
 
 
*Lord [[Boremund Baratheon]] is incorrectly referred to as the great-uncle of Princess [[Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Aemon)|Rhaenys Targaryen]] and the great-great-uncle of her son, [[Laenor Velaryon]] (US hardcover, page 350),{{ref|fab|Heirs of the Dragon — A Question of Succession}} while he is, in fact, the uncle of Rhaenys, and the great-uncle of Laenor.
 
*Lord [[Boremund Baratheon]] is incorrectly referred to as the great-uncle of Princess [[Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Aemon)|Rhaenys Targaryen]] and the great-great-uncle of her son, [[Laenor Velaryon]] (US hardcover, page 350),{{ref|fab|Heirs of the Dragon — A Question of Succession}} while he is, in fact, the uncle of Rhaenys, and the great-uncle of Laenor.
 
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*Archmaester Vaegon is said to be forty years old in {{Date|101}}, which is incorrect.{{Ref|fab|Heirs of the Dragon — A Question of Succession}} He was born in {{Date|63}},{{Ref|fab|The Long Reign — Jaehaerys and Alysanne: Policy, Progeny, and Pain}} which made him thirty-eight (or thirty-seven, depending when exactly the man was born in the year 63 AC) at the [[Great Council]] of {{Date|101}}.
*Archmaester Vaegon is said to be forty years old in {{Date|101}}, which is incorrect.{{Ref|fab|Heirs of the Dragon—A Question of Succession}} He was born in {{Date|63}},{{Ref|fab|The Long Reign — Jaehaerys and Alysanne: Policy, Progeny, and Pain}} which made him thirty-eight (or thirty-seven, depending when exactly the man was born in the year 63 AC) at the [[Great Council]] of {{Date|101}}.
 
  
 
===The Dying of the Dragons===
 
===The Dying of the Dragons===
 
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*[[Borros Baratheon]] referred to Princess [[Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Aemon)|Rhaenys Targaryen]] as "Princess Rhaenys is kin to me and mine, some great-aunt I never knew was married to her father",{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — A Son for a Son}} while Rhaenys's mother [[Jocelyn Baratheon]] is, in fact, the aunt of Borros.
*[[Borros Baratheon]] referred to Princess [[Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Aemon)|Rhaenys Targaryen]] as "Princess Rhaenys is kin to me and mine, some great-aunt I never knew was married to her father",{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—A Son for a Son}} while Rhaenys's mother [[Jocelyn Baratheon]] is, in fact, the aunt of Borros.
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*The name of the Bastard of Lannisport, Ser [[Tyler Hill]],{{ref|tpatq}} has been changed to Ser [[Emory Hill]].{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — Rhaenyra Triumphant}}<ref><nowiki>[Spoilers]</nowiki> Fire and Blood Errata: [https://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php?/topic/152641-spoilers-fire-and-blood-errata/&do=findComment&comment=8270499]</ref>
 
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* ''Provenance'' is misspelled as ''provenence'' once in the UK version(UK hardcover, page 481. The error is not present in the US version).{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — Rhaenyra Triumphant}}
*The name of the Bastard of Lannisport, Ser [[Tyler Hill]],{{ref|tpatq}} has been changed to Ser [[Emory Hill]].{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—Rhaenyra Triumphant}}<ref><nowiki>[Spoilers]</nowiki> Fire and Blood Errata: [https://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php?/topic/152641-spoilers-fire-and-blood-errata/&do=findComment&comment=8270499]</ref>
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* [[Laena Velaryon]] is twice called [[Daemon Targaryen]]'s " first wife".{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — Rhaenyra Triumphant}}{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents — The Hooded Hand}} But she's his second wife.  
 
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*[[Hobert Hightower]] is once referred to as "Hobart", and Bold [[Jon Roxton]] is once referred to as "Bold John Roxton".{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — Rhaenyra Overthrown}}
* ''Provenance'' is misspelled as ''provenence'' once in the UK version(UK hardcover, page 481. The error is not present in the US version).{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—Rhaenyra Triumphant}}
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* Ser Balon Byrch was introduced as the captain at the Old Gate, but he was called "captain at the Iron Gate" the next day.{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — Rhaenyra Overthrown}}
 
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*"[[Willum Royce]]"{{Ref|twoiaf|The Targaryen Kings: Aegon II}} has been changed into [[Willam Royce]].{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — Rhaenyra Overthrown}}<ref><nowiki>[Spoilers]</nowiki> Fire and Blood Errata: [https://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php?/topic/152641-spoilers-fire-and-blood-errata/&do=findComment&comment=8270442]</ref>
* [[Laena Velaryon]] is twice called [[Daemon Targaryen]]'s " first wife".{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—Rhaenyra Triumphant}}{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents—The Hooded Hand}} But she's his second wife.  
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*The son of Lord [[Borros Baratheon]] and Lady [[Elenda Caron]] is named "[[Olyver Baratheon]]" on numerous occassions,{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — The Short, Sad Reign of Aegon II}}{{Ref|fab|Aftermath — The Hour of the Wolf}} and said to have been named for Lady Elenda's father. However, Lady Elenda's father is identified as "[[Royce Caron]]".{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents—The Hooded Hand}} Furthermore, elsewhere Olyver's name is misspelled as "Olyvar".{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents — The Hooded Hand}}
 
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*[[Trystane Truefyre]] is once referred to as "Trystan".{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — The Short, Sad Reign of Aegon II}}
*[[Hobert Hightower]] is once referred to as "Hobart", and Bold [[Jon Roxton]] is once referred to as "Bold John Roxton".{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—Rhaenyra Overthrown}}
 
 
 
* Ser Balon Byrch was introduced as the captain at the Old Gate, but he was called "captain at the Iron Gate" the next day.{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—Rhaenyra Overthrown}}
 
 
 
*"[[Willum Royce]]"{{Ref|twoiaf|The Targaryen Kings: Aegon II}} has been changed into [[Willam Royce]].{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—Rhaenyra Overthrown}}<ref><nowiki>[Spoilers]</nowiki> Fire and Blood Errata: [https://asoiaf.westeros.org/index.php?/topic/152641-spoilers-fire-and-blood-errata/&do=findComment&comment=8270442]</ref>
 
 
 
*The son of Lord [[Borros Baratheon]] and Lady [[Elenda Caron]] is named "[[Olyver Baratheon]]" on numerous occassions,{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—The Short, Sad Reign of Aegon II}}{{Ref|fab|Aftermath—The Hour of the Wolf}} and said to have been named for Lady Elenda's father. However, Lady Elenda's father is identified as "[[Royce Caron]]".{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents—The Hooded Hand}} Furthermore, elsewhere Olyver's name is misspelled as "Olyvar".{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents—The Hooded Hand}}
 
 
 
*[[Trystane Truefyre]] is once referred to as "Trystan".{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—The Short, Sad Reign of Aegon II}}
 
 
 
 
*The novella "[[The Princess and the Queen]]" says Aegon II declared "in all chronicles and court records, his half sister be referred to only as princess". However, no such order presents in ''Fire & Blood''.
 
*The novella "[[The Princess and the Queen]]" says Aegon II declared "in all chronicles and court records, his half sister be referred to only as princess". However, no such order presents in ''Fire & Blood''.
  
 
===Under the Regents===
 
===Under the Regents===
 
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*The son of Lord [[Borros Baratheon]] and Lady [[Elenda Caron]] is named "[[Olyver Baratheon]]" on numerous occassions,{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — The Short, Sad Reign of Aegon II}}{{Ref|fab|Aftermath — The Hour of the Wolf}} and said to have been named for Lady Elenda's father. However, Lady Elenda's father is identified as "[[Royce Caron]]".{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents — The Hooded Hand}} Furthermore, elsewhere Olyver's name is misspelled as "Olyvar".{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents — The Hooded Hand}}
*The son of Lord [[Borros Baratheon]] and Lady [[Elenda Caron]] is named "[[Olyver Baratheon]]" on numerous occassions,{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—The Short, Sad Reign of Aegon II}}{{Ref|fab|Aftermath—The Hour of the Wolf}} and said to have been named for Lady Elenda's father. However, Lady Elenda's father is identified as "[[Royce Caron]]".{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents—The Hooded Hand}} Furthermore, elsewhere Olyver's name is misspelled as "Olyvar".{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents—The Hooded Hand}}
 
 
 
 
*At one place "gallery" is misspelled as "galley" (''"She sparkled," Mushroom says, "and when she smiled, the singers in the '''galley''' rejoiced, for they knew that here at last was a maid worthy of a song."'').{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents — War and Peace and Cattle Shows}}
 
*At one place "gallery" is misspelled as "galley" (''"She sparkled," Mushroom says, "and when she smiled, the singers in the '''galley''' rejoiced, for they knew that here at last was a maid worthy of a song."'').{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents — War and Peace and Cattle Shows}}
 
 
*[[Corwyn Corbray]] is incorrectly referred to as "Lord Corbray" once.(''The court rejoiced when Lady Rhaena announced that she was with child by Lord Corbray'') {{Ref|fab|Under the Regents — War and Peace and Cattle Shows}}
 
*[[Corwyn Corbray]] is incorrectly referred to as "Lord Corbray" once.(''The court rejoiced when Lady Rhaena announced that she was with child by Lord Corbray'') {{Ref|fab|Under the Regents — War and Peace and Cattle Shows}}
 
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* [[Dalton Greyjoy]] claimed four of Lord Farman’s daughters as salt wives,{{ref|twoiaf|The Iron Islands: The Red Kraken}}{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons — Rhaenyra Triumphant}} however, later it says he had only taken two of the late Lord Farman’s daughters.{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents — The Voyage of Alyn Oakenfist}}
* [[Dalton Greyjoy]] claimed four of Lord Farman’s daughters as salt wives,{{ref|twoiaf|The Iron Islands: The Red Kraken}}{{Ref|fab|The Dying of the Dragons—Rhaenyra Triumphant}} however, later it says he had only taken two of the late Lord Farman’s daughters.{{Ref|fab|Under the Regents—The Voyage of Alyn Oakenfist}}
 
  
 
===The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency===
 
===The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency===
 
*It's stated [[Manfryd Mooton]] is "the last of King Aegon’s original regents".{{Ref|fab|The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency}} However, Grand Maester [[Munkun]] is the last of King Aegon’s original regents.
 
*It's stated [[Manfryd Mooton]] is "the last of King Aegon’s original regents".{{Ref|fab|The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency}} However, Grand Maester [[Munkun]] is the last of King Aegon’s original regents.
 
 
*[[Elenda Caron]]'s given name is two times misspelled 'Elendra'.{{Ref|fab|The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency}}
 
*[[Elenda Caron]]'s given name is two times misspelled 'Elendra'.{{Ref|fab|The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency}}
 
 
*[[Robert Rowan]] is referred to as "Lord"(''"High in the Mountains, the unthinkable happened one night as Lord Robert and his men huddled about in their campfires."'').{{Ref|fab|The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency}} However, as Robert's father, Lord Rowan, is still alive, Robert should not have been given the title "Lord".
 
*[[Robert Rowan]] is referred to as "Lord"(''"High in the Mountains, the unthinkable happened one night as Lord Robert and his men huddled about in their campfires."'').{{Ref|fab|The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency}} However, as Robert's father, Lord Rowan, is still alive, Robert should not have been given the title "Lord".
  
 
===Lineages and Family Tree===
 
===Lineages and Family Tree===
 
*The appendix incorrectly states that King [[Daeron II Targaryen]] brought [[Dorne]] into the realm by marrying [[Myriah Martell]], while it is known that Dorne only joined the Seven Kingdoms when Prince [[Maron Martell]] married Princess [[Daenerys Targaryen (daughter of Aegon IV)|Daenerys Targaryen]] in {{Date|187}}.
 
*The appendix incorrectly states that King [[Daeron II Targaryen]] brought [[Dorne]] into the realm by marrying [[Myriah Martell]], while it is known that Dorne only joined the Seven Kingdoms when Prince [[Maron Martell]] married Princess [[Daenerys Targaryen (daughter of Aegon IV)|Daenerys Targaryen]] in {{Date|187}}.
 
 
*Princess Myriah Martell's name, which was "Myriah" in the main series,{{Ref|agot|Appendix}}{{Ref|affc|2}} but changed into "Mariah" in ''The World of Ice & Fire'',{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Daeron II}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| Appendix: Targaryen Lineage}} has been changed back to "Myriah Martell".{{Ref|fab|Lineages and Family Tree}}
 
*Princess Myriah Martell's name, which was "Myriah" in the main series,{{Ref|agot|Appendix}}{{Ref|affc|2}} but changed into "Mariah" in ''The World of Ice & Fire'',{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Daeron II}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| Appendix: Targaryen Lineage}} has been changed back to "Myriah Martell".{{Ref|fab|Lineages and Family Tree}}
  

Revision as of 09:13, 6 January 2019

This page contains the errata for Fire & Blood.

A Song of Ice and Fire Errata
Main series
A Game of Thrones (Appendix)
A Clash of Kings (Appendix)
A Storm of Swords (Appendix)
A Feast for Crows (Appendix)
A Dance with Dragons (Appendix)
Dunk & Egg tales
The Hedge Knight
The Sworn Sword
The Mystery Knight
History novellas
The Princess and the Queen
The Rogue Prince
The Sons of the Dragon
Fire & Blood
Reign of the Dragon
Three Heads Had the Dragon
The Sons of the Dragon
The Year of The Three Brides
A Time of Testing
The Long Reign
Heirs of the Dragon
The Dying of the Dragons
Under the Regents
The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency
Lineages and Family Tree
The World of Ice & Fire
The Reign of the Dragons: The Conquest
The Targaryen Kings
The Fall of the Dragons
The Seven Kingdoms
The Free Cities
Beyond the Free Cities
The Bones and Beyond
Appendix
The Lands of Ice and Fire


Background

In his A Song of Ice and Fire series, George R. R. Martin uses the "unreliable narrator". As such, not all inconsistencies in the books that are mistakes. However, Martin has expressed that accidental mistakes can distract from the planned inconsistencies, making them less effective.[1] As such, the pages indexed here represent a collection of gathered possible and confirmed mistakes and, if possible, their confirmed corrections within Martin's series.

What you will not find on this page are discussions of information from the So Spake Martins which contradicts with more recently released printed material, contradictions found in sample chapters from unreleased books (e.g., The Winds of Winter), or speculations about possible solutions.

Examples of what will not be found on the errata pages include:

  • According to Osha, "the blue star in the rider's eye" of the constellation the Ice Dragon points north.[2] However, when Bran Stark later recalls Osha's statement, he does so incorrectly: "The blue star in the dragon's eye pointed the way north, as Osha told him once."[3]
  • Differences in views on certain events. While the "commonly told story about the Battle of the Bells" apparently states that Robert I Baratheon and Jon Connington did not come face to face during the battle (as stated by Maester Yandel ["Rightly famed is Robert's grand victory at Stoney Sept, also called the Battle of the Bells, where he slew the famous Ser Myles Mooton—once Prince Rhaegar's squire—and five men besides, and might well have killed the new Hand, Lord Connington, had the battle brought them together."][4] and Harwin of Winterfell ["Robert came out of hiding to join the fight when the bells began to ring. He slew six men that day, they say. One was Myles Mooton, a famous knight who'd been Prince Rhaegar's squire. He would have slain the Hand too, but the battle never brought them together."]),[5] Connington himself recalls it rather differently ("Bells and battle followed, and Robert emerged from his brothel with a blade in hand, and almost slew Jon on the steps of the old sept that gave the town its name.").[6]

Fire & Blood

Reign of the Dragon — The Wars of King Aegon I

  • It's indicated that "every castle" in Dorne was burned thrice in the Dragon's Worth, including Sunspear, and that Visenya had burned it earlier,[7] but the ancient keep of House Martell, Sandship, didn't show any signs of burning.[8][9] George R. R. Martin agreed this was an issue, and expanded on it by providing the maesters several speculative explanations for why the Targaryens left Sunspear alone, as explained in The World of Ice & Fire.[10] However, when "Fire & Blood" was published, old drafts were used for this part, so Sunspear was also burned. The error may be corrected in later editions.[11]

Three Heads Had the Dragon — Governance Under King Aegon I

  • Adjudicated is misspelled as ajudicated once in the UK version(UK hardcover, page 44. The error is not present in the US version).[12]

The Sons of the Dragon

  • While the novella The Sons of the Dragon says "Though half a dozen hatchlings had been born amidst the fires of Dragonstone in the later years of Aegon’s reign.",[13] Fire & Blood states "Though a dozen hatchlings had been born amidst the fires of Dragonstone in the later years of Aegon's reign".[14]
  • The World of Ice & Fire states that the Kingsguard Ser Raymont Baratheon saved Aenys I from a murder attempt by two Poor Fellows. However, name of the Kingsguard who saved Aenys is not given in Fire & Blood.[14]
  • House Myatt is removed from the pious houses that Maegor burned the seats of in the westerlands.[13][14]
  • It is said that no Dornish lords supported the Vulture King during the Second Dornish War, but Lord Walter Wyl is known to have supported him.[14]

The Year of The Three Brides — 49 AC

A Time of Testing — The Realm Remade

  • When describing the seven speakers that Jaehaerys sends to preach Exceptionalism, the septons are described with a contradiction for Septon Alfyn, as he is called a "young septon", but in the same sentence also "fierce old Septon Alfyn": "Three were young septons; cunning Septon Baldrick, learned Septon Rollo, and fierce old Septon Alfyn".[16]

The Long Reign — Jaehaerys and Alysanne: Policy, Progeny, and Pain

  • When discussing Corlys Velaryon and the wealth of House Velaryon, House Velaryon is said to have become the wealthiest house of the Seven Kingdoms for a while following the first voyage.[17] Later on, it is stated that House Velaryon became the wealthiest house following Corlys's nineth voyage.[18]
  • Prince Gaemon Targaryen was born in 73 AC and died "died a few days into the new year, not quite three moons old".[19] However, the context suggested he died at the same year.
  • The name of Prince Valerion Targaryen is once misspelled as "Velarian" (US hardcover, page 305), which is corrected in the kindle version.

Heirs of the Dragon — A Question of Succession

The Dying of the Dragons

Under the Regents

  • The son of Lord Borros Baratheon and Lady Elenda Caron is named "Olyver Baratheon" on numerous occassions,[28][29] and said to have been named for Lady Elenda's father. However, Lady Elenda's father is identified as "Royce Caron".[24] Furthermore, elsewhere Olyver's name is misspelled as "Olyvar".[24]
  • At one place "gallery" is misspelled as "galley" ("She sparkled," Mushroom says, "and when she smiled, the singers in the galley rejoiced, for they knew that here at last was a maid worthy of a song.").[31]
  • Corwyn Corbray is incorrectly referred to as "Lord Corbray" once.(The court rejoiced when Lady Rhaena announced that she was with child by Lord Corbray) [31]
  • Dalton Greyjoy claimed four of Lord Farman’s daughters as salt wives,[32][22] however, later it says he had only taken two of the late Lord Farman’s daughters.[33]

The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency

  • It's stated Manfryd Mooton is "the last of King Aegon’s original regents".[34] However, Grand Maester Munkun is the last of King Aegon’s original regents.
  • Elenda Caron's given name is two times misspelled 'Elendra'.[34]
  • Robert Rowan is referred to as "Lord"("High in the Mountains, the unthinkable happened one night as Lord Robert and his men huddled about in their campfires.").[34] However, as Robert's father, Lord Rowan, is still alive, Robert should not have been given the title "Lord".

Lineages and Family Tree

References

  1. So Spake Martin: TO BE CONTINUED (CHICAGO, IL; MAY 6-8) (MAY 6, 2001)
  2. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 35, Bran V.
  3. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 24, Bran II.
  4. The World of Ice & Fire, The Fall of the Dragons: Robert's Rebellion.
  5. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 29, Arya V.
  6. A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 61, The Griffin Reborn.
  7. Fire & Blood, Reign of the Dragon — The Wars of King Aegon I.
  8. 8.0 8.1 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 2, The Captain Of Guards.
  9. The World of Ice & Fire, Dorne: Sunspear.
  10. The World of Ice & Fire, Dorne: Dorne Against the Dragons.
  11. [Spoilers] Fire and Blood Errata: [1]
  12. Fire & Blood, Three Heads Had the Dragon — Governance Under King Aegon I.
  13. 13.0 13.1 The Sons of the Dragon.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 Fire & Blood, The Sons of the Dragon.
  15. Fire & Blood, The Year of the Three Brides — 49 AC.
  16. Fire & Blood, A Time of Testing — The Realm Remade.
  17. 17.0 17.1 Fire & Blood, The Long Reign — Jaehaerys and Alysanne: Policy, Progeny, and Pain.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Fire & Blood, Heirs of the Dragon — A Question of Succession.
  19. Fire & Blood, The Long Reign — Jaehaerys and Alysanne — Policy, Progeny, and Pain.
  20. Fire & Blood, The Dying of the Dragons — A Son for a Son.
  21. The Princess and the Queen.
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 Fire & Blood, The Dying of the Dragons — Rhaenyra Triumphant.
  23. [Spoilers] Fire and Blood Errata: [2]
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 Fire & Blood, Under the Regents — The Hooded Hand.
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 Fire & Blood, The Dying of the Dragons — Rhaenyra Overthrown.
  26. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aegon II.
  27. [Spoilers] Fire and Blood Errata: [3]
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 Fire & Blood, The Dying of the Dragons — The Short, Sad Reign of Aegon II.
  29. 29.0 29.1 Fire & Blood, Aftermath — The Hour of the Wolf.
  30. Fire & Blood, Under the Regents—The Hooded Hand.
  31. 31.0 31.1 Fire & Blood, Under the Regents — War and Peace and Cattle Shows.
  32. The World of Ice & Fire, The Iron Islands: The Red Kraken.
  33. Fire & Blood, Under the Regents — The Voyage of Alyn Oakenfist.
  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 Fire & Blood, The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency.
  35. A Game of Thrones, Appendix.
  36. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Daeron II.
  37. The World of Ice & Fire, Appendix: Targaryen Lineage.
  38. Fire & Blood, Lineages and Family Tree.