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George R. R. Martin kicks off Targaryen Thursdays with Aenar Targaryen




Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon is one of the high-priority projects at HBO currently. The production is moving swiftly despite hitting some minor obstacles along the way, as indicated by the regular leaks occurring all over the internet. And it seems like Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin can’t contain his excitement either, as he is trying to familiarize his fans with the Targaryen family tree before the official launch of the show which is somewhere around mid-2022. He recently kicked off Targaryen Thursdays on Twitter, and that means he will be posting interesting facts about the Targaryen dynasty every Thursday on Twitter.

Martin posted a portrait of King Aenar Targaryen last Thursday, December 9, 2021, on Twitter along with an interesting fact about him.

He wrote, “Kicking off #TargaryenThursdays with Aenar Targaryen, The Lord who Left or Aenar the Exile. In 114 BC, 12 years before the fall and after a prophetic dream from his Daughter, he fled Valyria and moved the Targaryen name to a new land and establishing Dragonstone.”

He had earlier shared a flowchart depicting the Targaryen family tree on Twitter, announcing he will be bringing back Targaryen Thursdays for the fans.

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  1. Eileen D Hicks

    December 12, 2021 at 5:15 am

    Finish the story books 6 and 7. I’ve read Fire and Blood 3 times.

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