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  • | Character_name = [[File:House Blackfyre.svg|50px|left]] Haegon Blackfyre [[File:House Blackfyre.svg|50px|right]] ...rs after Aegon's Conquest/Calculations Ages (Continued)#Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon I Blackfyre]] calculation.''</ref>
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  • ...atch]]. He managed to escape, and returned to [[Tyrosh]], where he crowned Haegon's son, [[Daemon III Blackfyre]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aerys I}
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  • ...d captured by the Targaryen army led [[Maekar I Targaryen|Prince Maekar]]. Haegon was murdered treacherously after he had surrendered, and Bittersteel was al
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  • ...aemon]]), and the deaths of his third and fifth sons ([[Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon]] and [[Aenys Blackfyre|Aenys]]), as well as the death of a grandson, also
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  • ...cepted, and he is freed by his own men. Before the year ends, Aegor crowns Haegon's son, [[Daemon III Blackfyre|Daemon]]], the new Blackfyre king.{{Ref|TWOIA
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  • ...te|219}} and ended with the capture of [[Aegor Rivers]] and the death of [[Haegon I Blackfyre]]. Aegor Rivers was brought to [[King's Landing]] in chains and
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  • * {{Date|219}}: [[Haegon I Blackfyre]], trying to claim the throne during the [[Third Blackfyre Rebe
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  • ...[[Aegon Blackfyre]]<br>[[Aemon Blackfyre]]<br>[[Daemon II Blackfyre]]<br>[[Haegon I Blackfyre]]<br>[[Aenys Blackfyre]]<br>[[Calla Blackfyre]]<br>2 sons<br>Da ...aemon]]), and the deaths of his third and fifth sons ([[Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon]] and [[Aenys Blackfyre|Aenys]]), as well as the death of a grandson, also
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  • ..., ensuring that Aegor Rivers could not name his brother [[Haegon Blackfyre|Haegon]] as a serious pretender.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aerys I}}
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  • ...rs after Aegon's Conquest/Calculations Ages (Continued)#Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon I Blackfyre]])''. This means that one year later, 191 AC, is the first pos ...was able to launch his own rebellion, Daemon will have died before, making Haegon the new Pretender. Thus, Daemon died in or between 212 AC and 219 AC.
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  • ...fore the year was over, Bittersteel had returned to [[Tyrosh]] and crowned Haegon's eldest son as [[Daemon III Blackfyre]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: ** [[Haegon I Blackfyre]], his fourth son. Heir to his older brother Daemon II. Led the
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  • ...yrosh]], before the year was over, Aegor crowned [[Daemon III Blackfyre]], Haegon I's eldest son.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aerys I}}
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  • ...rd Blackfyre Rebellion]] in {{date|219}}, but Bittersteel was captured and Haegon was slain during the campaign. Although Aegor was allowed to join the [[Nig
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  • * [[Daemon III Blackfyre]], eldest son of Haegon I Blackfyre. * [[Haegon Blackfyre]]
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  • ...ive younger brothers, [[Daemon II Blackfyre|Daemon]], [[Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon]], [[Aenys Blackfyre|Aenys]], and two whose names are currently unknown. He
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  • ...ive younger brothers, [[Daemon II Blackfyre|Daemon]], [[Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon]], [[Aenys Blackfyre]], and two whose names are currently unknown. He also
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  • ...on Blackfyre|Aemon]], [[Daemon II Blackfyre|Daemon]], [[Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon]] and [[Aenys Blackfyre|Aenys]]), and at least two daughters.{{Ref|TSS}}{{R ...remained for years.{{Ref|TMK}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aerys I}} Haegon was eventually crowned in Tyrosh as a rival to [[Aerys I Targaryen]], the k
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  • ...he Younger died a few years later while a hostage in the [[Red Keep]], and Haegon and Bittersteel launched the [[Third Blackfyre Rebellion]].{{ref|TWOIAF| Th
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  • ...he rebellion) from crowning Daemon's younger brother, [[Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon]].{{Ref|TMK}}
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  • | Character_name = [[File:House Blackfyre.svg|50px|left]] Haegon Blackfyre [[File:House Blackfyre.svg|50px|right]] ...rs after Aegon's Conquest/Calculations Ages (Continued)#Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon I Blackfyre]] calculation.''</ref>
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  • ...Aegor Rivers from crowning Daemon's younger brother, [[Haegon I Blackfyre|Haegon]], as his successor.{{Ref|TMK}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aerys I}} ...gs: Daeron II}} Rivers escaped, and before the year had ended, had crowned Haegon's eldest son, [[Daemon III Blackfyre|Daemon]], Daemon III Blackfyre.{{Ref|T
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