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Title(s) Bloodrider of Khal Jhaqo
Allegiance Khal Drogo's khalasar
Khal Jhaqo's khalasar
Culture(s) Dothraki
Book(s) A Game of Thrones (appears)
A Storm of Swords (mentioned)
A Feast for Crows (appendix)
A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)
The Winds of Winter (appears)

Played by Ivailo Dimitrov
TV series Season 1

Mago is a dothraki rider in the khas of Ko Jhaqo. In the television adaptation Game of Thrones, he is played by Ivailo Dimitrov.

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

When Khal Drogo's khalasar destroys a Lhazareen settlement, Mago begins raping a woman, Eroeh, until she is rescued by Daenerys Targaryen.[1]

After Drogo falls ill, Jhaqo declares himself khal and names Mago a bloodrider. Mago then steals Eroeh back and rapes her. He gives her to Jhaqo and she is raped again by him and his other bloodriders. When they are done, they cut her throat.[2] Upon hearing of Eroeh's fate, Daenerys promises that Mago's fate will be more cruel, and swears that Mago and Jhaqo will plead for the mercy they showed Eroeh before she is done with them.[2]

A Storm of Swords

Daenerys Targaryen recalls how Mago raped and killed Eroeh after Khal Drogo's death.[3]

A Dance with Dragons

While in the Dothraki sea, Daenerys recalls her promise to kill both Jhaqo and Mago before being discovered by their khalasar.[4]


Ivailo Dimitrov as Mago on the HBO adaptation

Rakharo: They took Khal Drogo's herds, Khaleesi. We were too few to stop them. It is the right of the strong to take from the weak. They took many slaves as well, the khal's and yours, yet they left some few.

Daenerys: Eroeh?

Jhogo: Mago seized her, who is Khal Jhaqo's bloodrider now. He mounted her high and low and gave her to his khal, and Jhaqo gave her to his other bloodriders. They were six. When they were done with her, they cut her throat.[2]

Behind the Scences

George R. R. Martin has revealed that Mago is still alive in the books and he will have a recurring role in The Winds of Winter.[5]

See also