Fire & Blood - The Year of the Three Brides—49 AC Summary & Analysis

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49 AC is celebrated by historians as a peaceful and prosperous year, and is referred to as “The Year of the Three Brides.” Rhaena Targaryen married 17-year-old Andrew Farman, the second son of the Lord of Fair Isle without asking permission. Her mother and Rogar Baratheon, the Hand of the King, were furious, but Jaehaerys and Alysanne were delighted.

Soon after, Rogar Baratheon and the Queen Regent Alyssa announced that they were going to be married. Jaehaerys questioned Rogar’s motives, but did not want to speak against the marriage. The Gold Wedding was the largest the realm had ever seen, and Lords from all over came to see the new king and his sister Alyssane, who impressed everyone when they flew in on their dragons. After the wedding, a week of festivities ensued in which a tournament was...

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