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'''Pisswater prince''' is the name that [[Tyrion]] gives the tanner’s son from Pisswater Bend who was swapped with Prince [[Aegon Targaryen]] when he was an infant.  His mother died birthing him and his father sold him to Lord [[Varys]] for a jug of [[Arbor]] gold - he had other sons but had never tasted [[Arbor]] gold. [[ Varys]] gave the pisswater prince to Elia and carried Aegon away. {{Ref|aDwD|22}}  
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[[File:Elias_last_moments.jpg|Princess [[Elia Martell]]'s last moments - by Achen089 ©|thumb|300px|right]]
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'''Pisswater prince''' is the name that [[Tyrion]] gives the tanner’s son from Pisswater Bend who was swapped with Prince [[Aegon Targaryen]] when he was an infant.  His mother died birthing him and his father sold him to Lord [[Varys]] for a jug of [[Arbor]] gold - he had other sons but had never tasted [[Arbor]] gold. [[ Varys]] gave the pisswater prince to Elia and carried Aegon away for his own safety. {{Ref|aDwD|22}}  
  
 
When [[Gregor Clegane]] scaled Maegor's Holdfast and entered the nursery of the infant Prince Aegon, son of Prince [[Rhaegar]], and killed the baby present by dashing the boy's head against a wall, it was the pisswater prince’s head that was dashed against the wall.  
 
When [[Gregor Clegane]] scaled Maegor's Holdfast and entered the nursery of the infant Prince Aegon, son of Prince [[Rhaegar]], and killed the baby present by dashing the boy's head against a wall, it was the pisswater prince’s head that was dashed against the wall.  

Revision as of 19:02, 26 September 2012

Princess Elia Martell's last moments - by Achen089 ©

Pisswater prince is the name that Tyrion gives the tanner’s son from Pisswater Bend who was swapped with Prince Aegon Targaryen when he was an infant. His mother died birthing him and his father sold him to Lord Varys for a jug of Arbor gold - he had other sons but had never tasted Arbor gold. Varys gave the pisswater prince to Elia and carried Aegon away for his own safety. [1]

When Gregor Clegane scaled Maegor's Holdfast and entered the nursery of the infant Prince Aegon, son of Prince Rhaegar, and killed the baby present by dashing the boy's head against a wall, it was the pisswater prince’s head that was dashed against the wall.

After the pisswater prince was safely dead, Varys smuggled Prince Aegon Targaryen across the narrow sea to his fat friend the cheesemonger Illyrio.[1]

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