Lady Blizzardborn Posted July 3, 2014 Share Posted July 3, 2014 From the Westerlands reading, we know that In 236 AC, the fourth Blackfyre Rebellion, helmed by Daemon III, landed at Massey’s Hook. The Blackfyres had very little support, however, as people thought the Blackfyres to be done, as tattered as their banners. Tion died at the Battle of Wendwater Bridge. At the same battle, Duncan the Tall slew Daemon III Blackfyre. Bittersteel retreated across the Narrow Sea again, and the war was quickly over. - From the Westerlands reading. Daemon III is likely the grandson of Daemon I, as Daemon II was his son. It would be odd to have two Daemon Targaryens in the same generation. So by 236 AC, it seems likely that Haegon was dead, or else he would have led the Rebellion with Bittersteel, being the next Blackfyre "heir". If we assume the Mystery Knight was the Second Blackfyre Rebellion, then Haegon may have died in the third Blackfyre Rebellion. Thanks, Helena! I don't suppose it's possible that he just didn't want the throne for himself? Really all I want to know is if was old enough to have reproduced before dying. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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