The Dragon Demands Posted August 18, 2014 Share Posted August 18, 2014 Maegor accompanied Alyssa's father Aethon to the Stepstones, not Aegon I. I've also mentioned in my updated post that the spelling is confirmed unless I mark it. Ceryse is confirmed - the name and the spelling. It's unbased speculation that the rift between Aegon and Visenya had anything to do with her preferring Maegor over Aenys. There could have been other reasons, and I'd actually like to believe that Visenya only killed Aenys - if she did it - because she came to the conclusion that Aenys would or could not save the Targaryen rule of Westeros. Walter Wyl was the son of the Wyl who cut off Orys' son, not that Lord himself. There are no miscarriages, stillbirths, or monstrosities mentioned in the reading, neither in connection to Ceryse, nor in connection to Alys. This should inidicate that Maegor did not impregnate any woman throughout the reigns of his father and brother. The mostrosities most likely came later, during his own reign. Whatever happens to Maegor prior to the beginning of his campaign against the Faith Militant, poison doesn't seem to be a likely option anymore. My guess is that it had something to do with the reconquest of KL and the RK. Some of your other speculations should also be marked as such. Cool. Thanks for these corrections. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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