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| image_caption = Morgil's death, as depicted in ''[[Game of Thrones]]'': ''Histories & Lore''
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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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'''Morgil Hastwyck''' was a [[knight]] from [[House Hastwyck]] who lived during the reign of King [[Aegon IV Targaryen]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryens Kings: Aegon IV}}
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==History==
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Ser Morgil is renowned for slandering Queen [[Naerys Targaryen]] and being killed by her brother, Prince [[Aemon Targaryen (son of Viserys II)|Aemon the Dragonknight]], in [[trial by combat]].{{Ref|AGOT|15}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryens Kings: Aegon IV}} According to [[Grand Maester]] [[Kaeth]]'s ''[[Lives of Four Kings]]'', these accusations were instigated by Aegon IV himself, who was at the time quarreling with his son and heir, Prince [[Daeron II Targaryen|Daeron]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryens Kings: Aegon IV}}
  
 
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{{Quote|Well, the singers embroider everything, but there was a Ser Morgil and he did accuse [[Naerys Targaryen|Naerys]] of various things... probably adultery and treason with [[Aemon Targaryen|Aemon]], but I haven't nailed all that down yet....<ref>So Spake Martin: [http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/SSM/Entry/Answers_to_Old_Questions Answers to Old Questions], November 15, 1999</ref>}} - [[George R. R. Martin]]
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{{Quote|Well, the singers embroider everything, but there was a Ser Morgil and he did accuse [[Naerys Targaryen|Naerys]] of various things... probably adultery and treason with [[Aemon Targaryen (son of Viserys II)|Aemon]], but I haven't nailed all that down yet....<ref>So Spake Martin: [http://www.westeros.org/Citadel/SSM/Entry/Answers_to_Old_Questions Answers to Old Questions], November 15, 1999</ref>|[[George R. R. Martin]]}}
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{{Quote|Why, every child in [[Westeros]] knows how [[Aemon Targaryen (son of Viserys II)|Prince Aemon the Dragonknight]] championed his sister Queen [[Naerys]] against Ser Morghil's accusations.{{Ref|AFFC|43}}|[[Cersei Lannister]] to [[Taena of Myr]]}}
  
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Latest revision as of 04:15, 7 November 2021

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Morgil Hastwyck
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Morgil's death, as depicted in Game of Thrones: Histories & Lore

Alias(es) Morghil Hastwyck[1]
Title(s) Ser
Allegiance House Hastwyck
Culture(s) Reach
Died In 172183 AC
Book(s) The World of Ice & Fire (mentioned)
A Game of Thrones (mentioned)
A Feast for Crows (mentioned)

Morgil Hastwyck was a knight from House Hastwyck who lived during the reign of King Aegon IV Targaryen.[2]

History

Ser Morgil is renowned for slandering Queen Naerys Targaryen and being killed by her brother, Prince Aemon the Dragonknight, in trial by combat.[3][2] According to Grand Maester Kaeth's Lives of Four Kings, these accusations were instigated by Aegon IV himself, who was at the time quarreling with his son and heir, Prince Daeron.[2]

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....[4]

Why, every child in Westeros knows how Prince Aemon the Dragonknight championed his sister Queen Naerys against Ser Morghil's accusations.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 43, Cersei X.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryens Kings: Aegon IV.
  3. A Game of Thrones, Chapter 15, Sansa I.
  4. So Spake Martin: Answers to Old Questions, November 15, 1999