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Targaryen Queen, beloved of the people, she threw herself (or was pushed) from Maegor's Holdfast, dying impaled on the spikes below.
Young member of Rhaenyra's Queensguard who fought valiantly during the riots in Flea Bottom. Died in the storming of the Dragon Pit.
A member of the Caltrops conspiracy, this ineffectual knight willingly drank poisoned wine to ensure the death of one of the Two Betrayers
Lysene admiral of the Triarchy and ally of the Greens, he took Viserys Targaryen under his protection after a Tyroshi captain took the young prince captive
Commander of the forces of the Reach for the Greens, he was slain, along with his cousin Bryndon, at the First Battle of Tumbleton by Roddy the Ruin
During the storming of the Dragon Pit, he slayed the dragon Shrykos with seven blows from his woodsman's axe.
Husband of Rhaenyra Targaryen, died with his dragon Caraxes at The Battle of the God's Eye (although his body was never recovered)
One of the famous Cargyll twins of the Kingsguard, he sided with the Greens at the outset of the Dance.
Targaryen prince dubbed 'The Daring' by Lord Ormund Hightower, whom he rescued at the Battle of the Honeywine.
Clubfooted Master of Whispers on the Green Council
Dark-skinned dragonseed who tamed Sheepstealer, paramour of Prince Daemon Targaryen
Kingsguard knight who smuggled Princess Jaehaera Targaryen out of Kings Landing and saw her safely through the end of the Dance
Elder son of Aegon II and Helaena Targaryen, he was beheaded as revenge for the death of Lucerys Velaryon
Lord of Maidenpool who recovered the castle of Rook's Rest for the Blacks. He was burned to death by Aegon II's wounded dragon, Sunfyre.
Commander of the City Watch who opened the gates to his former commander, Daemon Targaryen. Killed during the riots at Cobbler's Square.
One of the claimants of the Iron Throne during The Dance of the Dragons, her supporters were known as 'The Blacks.' She was once known as 'The Realm's Delight.'
Oldest son of Rhaenyra Targaryen and Laenor Velaryon, he promised lands, riches, and a knighthood to any 'dragonseed' who could master a dragon and ride it into battle.
Kingsguard knight who absconded from Kings Landing with Viserys I's crown, he was burned to death when he tried to mount the dragon Seasmoke.
Westerlands knight who served as Master of Ships under Viserys I, and as Master of Coin on the Green Council.
Master of Coin at the onset of the Dance, his throat was split by Ser Criston Cole for supporting the Blacks. His was the first blood spilled in the Dance.
Legitimized Velaryon bastard who was thought a traitor, but proved his loyalty atop his dragon, Seasmoke, at the Second Battle of Tumbleton.
A member of the Caltrops conspiracy, he slew one of the Two Betrayers with his sword, Orphan-Maker. He was subsequently slain, himself, by the betrayer's men.
One of the claimants of the Iron Throne during the Dance of the Dragons, his supporters were known as 'The Greens.'
Lord of Winterfell who declared for the Blacks at the outset of the Dance. His six-day governance of Kings Landing at the Dance's end was dubbed The Hour of the Wolf.
Bastard knight of the Kingsguard who helped retake Dragonstone for King Aegon
Legitimized Velaryon bastard who tried, and failed, to claim the wild dragon Sheepstealer
Second son of Rhaenyra Targaryen and Laenor Velaryon, he was slain atop his dragon Arrax by Vhagar above Shipbreaker Bay.
Wife of Lord Corlys Velaryon, known as 'The Queen Who Never Was.' Her dragon was Meleys, the Red Queen.
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The eleven-year-old Lord of Raventree Hall, he commanded the Lads, along with his Aunt, Black Aly, and Lord Kermit Tully, at the Battle of the Kingsroad.
One of the famous Cargyll twins of the Kingsguard, he sided with the Blacks at the outset of the Dance.
Known as the Bowman of Raventree, he commanded 300 archers at the Fishfeed, preventing the Westermen from sending any ravens for reinforcements.
A knight of Aegon II's Kingsguard, he was torn apart by a mob at Bitterbridge, along with the prince he was protecting.
Good-natured and obese castellan of Dragonstone, killed by Ser Alfred Broome.
Grandmaester of the Green Council
Younger son of Aegon II and Helaena Targaryen, he was spirited out of King's Landing and bound for Oldtown, but was discovered and torn apart by a mob at Bitterbridge.
Lord Commander of the Queensguard, he was killed by rioters in Flea Bottom during the riots that followed the death of Queen Helaena Targaryen.
A sullen and ill-tempered member of Dragonstone's garrison, he betrayed Rhaenyra to the greens and attempted to kill the Princess Baela
Elder son of Daemon and Rhaenyra Targaryen, he was known as 'The Younger,' and eventually sat the Iron Throne as the Third of His Name.
During the storming of the Dragon Pit, he slew the dragon Morghul by thrusting a spear into its eye as the dragon's flames melted his armor and burned him alive
Lord Commander of the Kingsguard at the outset of the Dance, he was later raised to Hand of the King. Called 'The Kingmaker.'
The Lord of Storm's End, his spurning of the Blacks in favor of the Greens was one of the pivotal early events of the Dance.
Lord of the Tides and Hand of the Queen. Called 'The Sea Snake.'
The Lord of Casterly Rock and brother to Aegon II's Master of Coin, he was slain during the Battle of the Red Fork by the squire, Pate of Longleaf
Called 'Roddy the Ruin,' he led the Winter Wolves. He died at the First Battle of Tumbleton.
Maester of House Mooton who warned Prince Daemon Targaryen of Rhaenyra's plan to sieze his paramour. Daemon called him 'a bad maester, but a good man.'
One-eyed Targaryen Prince, fought for the Greens. Died with Vhagar at the Battle Above the God's Eye.
The Queen-Dowager, it was the dress she wore at the Tourney at King's Landing that inspired the Queen's loyalists to be called 'The Greens.'
The archer who mercifully killed the dying dragon, Tessarion, by putting a three shafts through its eye from 100 yards away.
One of the dragonseeds and the 'Two Betrayers,' a blacksmith's bastard who had designs on the Iron Throne. His dragon was Vermithor.
One of the dragonseeds and the 'Two Betrayers,' he was known as 'The White,' and 'The Sot.' His dragon was Silverwing
A surviving member of the Caltrops conspiracy, he went on to become one of the seven regents of King Aegon III.
Youngest son of Rhaenyra Targaryen and Laenor Velaryon, he mounted, and was thrown from, his mother's dragon Syrax during the storming of the Dragon Pit.
Queensguard knight related to the Darklyn's of Duskendale, killed during Rhaenyra's capture at Dragonstone
Master of Laws on the Green Council, known for his sternness. Called 'Ironrod.'
The only known name for the gold cloak and the rat catcher who took the head of Prince Jaehaerys Targaryen

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