Aegon TargaryenFull Name:
"Aegon the Black. King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men. Son of the Dragon. Lord Protector of the Realm"
King of WesterosHouse:
Aegon Targaryen, son of Daenery's Targaryen, was groomed for rule over Westeros since his birth. The man was betrothed to a Lannister bride during his mother's invasion of Westeros, before she was yet pregnant with Aegon. When Daenery's died shortly after Aegon had become a full man, the now King took up the throne without incident. Since becoming Lord of Westeros, Aegon's rule has been one of quiet peace. His accomplishments are counted in the lives of men spared from further war between the Great Houses of Westeros. He has successfully squashed all resistance towards the Targaryen claim on the throne during his lifetime, and now sits as the unquestionable ruler of the Seven Kingdoms.Family Connections:
Spouse: OPEN - Must be a Lannister
Eldest Daughter: Serah Targaryen - Played by Rel Mayer
Youngest Son: Aemon Targaryen - NPCAppearance:
Aegon is an extremely tall, broad man. Even without the assistance of his armor he stands six-feet, ten-inches tall. He has broad shoulders, a muscular build, and a large waist which gives him a hulking appearance to those who meet him for the first time. Given his size and stature, it seems unusual to meet the man for the first time while he is garbed in his usual attire of silken red and black robes, and the iron crown upon his head. Physically he appears like someone who belongs in a tournament (perhaps a few years too old) or on a battlefield. Not sitting in rooms with politicians.
In his youth Aegon had short, curly Targaryen (silver) hair. However now he has longer, shoulder length hair similar to what is depicted of Aegon on the 1st in the old tapestries.Personality:
Most of the time Aegon is a calm, relatively quiet ruler who prefers to listen to the advice of his Council. Then provides his decision after all arguments have been heard. He has been a King almost his entire life. In turn he is relatively calm and forgiving to his High Lords and (as he grows older) usually ends up siding with the lack of change as opposed to a pro-change mentality.
The largest flaw in his personality is the man's pride, for both himself and his family name. He is quick to anger when his ability as a King, his bloodline, or the action of his children is drawn in to question in a disrespectful manner around him. The man is known to imprison, and sometimes execute these sort of transgressions to House Targaryen.Aspirations and Goals
- Preservation of his Lineage
- Ensure that when he dies, the right ruler takes the Iron Throne
- Cure Westeros of debt
- Turn Westeros in to the strongest military power in the worldStrengths/Weaknesses/Quriks:
- Legendary Warrior (in his prime)
- Lord of Westeros
- Valyerian Steel Sword
- EgotisticalCharacter Death
: Yes. Killing him though will require very special GM permission, for obvious reasons