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King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men is a title held by the monarch of the Seven Kingdoms that sits on the Iron Throne of the Red Keep.

History Edit

Upon Aegon I Targaryen's landing at the mouth of the Blackwater Rush, his sister-wife Rhaenys crowned him as "Aegon of the House Targaryen, the First of His Name, King of All Westeros, and Shield of His People." He held these titles until his second coronation at the Starry Sept in Oldtown, where the High Septon crowned him "Aegon of the House Targaryen, the First of His Name, King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, and Protector of the Realm."

Known Kings of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men Edit

Targaryen dynasty Edit

  • Aegon I, known as "Aegon the Conquerer", "Aegon the Dragon", and "Aegon the Dragonlord". Constructed the Aegonfort and the Iron Throne. Ruled from 1 AC to 37 AC.
  • Aenys I, his son. Ruled from 37 AC to 42 AC.
  • Maegor I, his half-brother. Known as "Maegor the Cruel". Constructed the Red Keep. Destroyed the Sept of Remembrance. Ruled from 42 AC to 48 AC.
  • Jaehaerys I, his nephew. Known as "Jaehaerys the Conciliator", "Jaehaerys the Wise", and "the Old King". The longest-reigning monarch. Ruled from 48 AC to 103 AC.
  • Viserys I, his grandson. Known as "the Young King". Ruled from 103 AC to 129 AC.
  • Aegon II, his son. Known as "Aegon the Usurper" and "Aegon the Elder". Crowned by Ser Criston Cole, starting the Dance of the Dragons. Ruled from 129 AC to 131 AC.
  • Aegon III, his nephew. Known as "Aegon the Younger", "Aegon the Dragonbane", "Aegon the Unlucky", and "the Broken King". Son of the second main Dance claimant, Rhaenyra Targaryen. Ruled from 131 AC to 157 AC.
  • Daeron I, his son. Known as "the Young Dragon" and "the Boy King". Ruled from 157 AC to 161 AC.
  • Baelor I, his brother. Known as "Baelor the Beloved", "Baelor the Blessed", and "Baelor the Befuddled". Starved himself to death during a religious fasting. Ruled from 161 AC to 171 AC.
  • Viserys II, his uncle. Ruled from 171 AC to 172 AC.
  • Aegon IV, his son. Known as "Aegon the Unworthy". Legitimized all of his bastards on his death bed, leading to the Blackfyre Rebellions. Ruled from 172 AC to 184 AC.
  • Daeron II, his son. Known as "Daeron the Good" and "Daeron the Falseborn". Renounced his title of Protector of the Realm. Ruled from 184 AC to 209 AC.
  • Aerys I, his son. Outlived two of his heirs, Rhaegel and Aelor. Ruled from 209 AC to 221 AC.
  • Maekar I, his brother. Known as "Maekar the Anvil". Like his predecessor, he outlived two of his heirs, Daeron and Aerion. Ruled from 221 AC to 233 AC.
  • Aegon V, his son. Known as "Aegon the Unlikely", "Aegon the Unfortunate", "Egg", and "The Prince Who Was An Egg". Became king when his brother Aemon refused the throne. Ruled from 233 AC to 259 AC.
  • Jaehaerys II, his son. Ruled from 259 AC to 262 AC.
  • Aerys II, his son. Known as "the Mad King" and "King Scab". Conspired to destroy King's Landing with wildfire so that no one but him could sit upon the Iron Throne. Killed by his own kingsguard, Ser Jaime Lannister. Ruled from 262 AC to 283 AC.
  • Viserys III, his son. Briefly ruled from Dragonstone after his father's death. His reign is not recognized by the Baratheon dynasty. Ruled during 283 AC.

Baratheon dynasty Edit

  • Robert I, known as "Robert the Usurper", "the Demon of the Trident", and "the Whoremonger King". Became king after his rebellion due to his Targaryen blood. Ruled from 283 AC to 298 AC.
  • Joffrey I, his "son". known as "Joffrey the Illborn", "the Young Usurper", "Aerys III", and "Joffrey-called-Baratheon". Born of bastardy and incest between Cersei and Jaime Lannister. Poisoned at his own wedding. Ruled from 298 AC to 300 AC.
  • Tommen I, his brother. Known as "the Boy King". Like his brother, he has no Baratheon blood, rather Lannister blood. Ruling from 300 AC to present.

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