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Ser '''Morgil''' was a [[knight]] who lived during the reign of [[Aegon IV Targaryen]]. He was renowned for slandering [[Naerys Targaryen]] and being confronted by her brother, Prince [[Aemon Targaryen|Aemon the Dragonknight]].{{ref|AGOT|15}}
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Ser '''Morgil Hastwyck'''{{ref|TWOIAF| Aegon IV}} was a [[knight]] who lived during the reign of [[Aegon IV Targaryen]]. He was renowned for slandering [[Naerys Targaryen]] and being confronted by her brother, Prince [[Aemon Targaryen|Aemon the Dragonknight]], in trial by combat.{{ref|AGOT|15}} According to [[Kaeth]]'s ''[[Lives of Four Kings]]'' these accusations were instigated by Aegon IV himself, who was at the time quarreling with his son [[Daeron II Targaryen|Daeron]].
  
 
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Revision as of 21:04, 2 December 2014

Morgil Hastwyck
Title(s) Ser
Allegiance House Targaryen
Book(s) A Game of Thrones

Ser Morgil Hastwyck[1] was a knight who lived during the reign of Aegon IV Targaryen. He was renowned for slandering Naerys Targaryen and being confronted by her brother, Prince Aemon the Dragonknight, in trial by combat.[2] According to Kaeth's Lives of Four Kings these accusations were instigated by Aegon IV himself, who was at the time quarreling with his son Daeron.

Quotes

Well, the singers embroider everything, but there was a Ser Morgil and he did accuse Naerys of various things... probably adultery and treason with Aemon, but I haven't nailed all that down yet....[3]

- George R. R. Martin

References and Notes

  1. The World of Ice & Fire, Aegon IV.
  2. A Game of Thrones, Chapter 15, Sansa I.
  3. So Spake Martin: Answers to Old Questions, November 15, 1999