Siege of Meereen
|Siege of Meereen|
|Result||Daenerys occupies Meereen|
The Meereenese, warned by the fate of Astapor and Yunkai, did not allow for contacts being made with Daenerys, retreating behind the formidable defense of Meereen, they striped their land, leaving Daenerys with scorched fields and poisoned wells; and nailed disemboweled slave child up on every milepost along the coast road from Yunkai, with an outstretched arm point toward Meereen as message to Daenerys.
Daenerys commanded her fleet to be dismantled, to construct battering rams, mantlets, turtles, catapults, and ladders.
The fighting had raged bitter and bloody for most of a day and well into the night, Daenerys sent rams, protected by great wooden turtle covered with horsehides, to batter the city gates, while her archers were firing flights of flaming arrows over the walls and her forces stormed the walls.
At night fall she sent a diversion force, to fire up the hulks in the harbor, allowing Ser Jorah, Barristan Selmy, Strong Belwas and small force infiltrate the city sewers, undercover of darkness. once they found their way into the city, they went for the nearest fighting pit, releasing the slaves, within an hour, half the fighting slaves in Meereen had risen, soon after a ram broke through eastern gate and the defenders broke.
Meereen was sacked savagely after its fall. The stepped pyramids of the mighty were spared the worst of the ravages, but the humbler parts of the city had been given over to an orgy of looting and killing as the city’s slaves rose up and the starving hordes who had followed Daenerys from Yunkai and Astapor poured through the broken gates. 
In contrast to her previous Ghiscari conquests, Daenerys chose to remain in Meereen and installed herself as Queen taking the Great Pyramid as her seat. This was because at this time, she received word that her ruling council in Astapor had been overthrown by a tyrannical butcher resulting in much suffering. Not wanting to let this happen to Meereen, she decided to stay. Her Unsullied finally restored order, but the sack left a plague of problems in its wake.