GoT "Conquests and Rebellions"

Chapter 1, “Valyria’s Last Scion: House Targaryen”: Viserys Targaryen recalls the Doom of Valyria, and how his ancestor Aenar Targaryen brought their family to Westeros.
Chapter 2, “Invasion”: Spymaster Varys explains how Aegon began his conquest of the Seven Kingdoms.
Chapter 3, “House Hoare, Ironborn Kings of the Riverlands”: Euron Greyjoy and Viserys Targaryen recount the tale of their ancestors’ meeting outside the gates of the newly erected Harrenhal.
Chapter 4, “House Durrandon, the Storm Kings”: Varys describes “The Last Storm,” the epic battle waged between Aegon’s ally Orys Baratheon, and Argilac “the Arrogant,” King of the Stormlands.
Chapter 5, “House Lannister, Kings of the Rock & House Gardener, Kings of the Reach”: Jaime Lannister retells the events surrounding the “Field of Fire,” where his ancestor King Loren, and King Mern Gardener faced three Targaryen dragons.
Chapter 6, “House Stark, The Kings of Winter”: Sansa Stark relates the story of how her ancestor Torrhen Stark earned the nickname, “The King Who Knelt.”
Chapter 7, “House Arryn, Kings of the Vale”: Littlefinger recalls the day Visenya Targaryen came to visit the Queen Regent Sharra Arryn and her son Ronnel in the Vale.
Chapter 8, “Aegon, First of His Name”: Viserys Targaryen recounts Aegon’s arrival in Oldtown and his subsequent coronation.
Chapter 9, “House Martell, Princes of Dorne”: Varys elaborates on Dorne’s revolt against Targaryen subjugation under Princess Meria of House Martell.
“The Last Dragons”: Viserys Targaryen, Jaime Lannister, Sansa Stark, and Varys reveal the fate of House Targaryen.

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  • No one's going to talk about Torrhen motherfucking Stark, the King who Knelt, the man who's love for his people saw his family rulers of the entire continent after killing the last dragons?

    The Changamire
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Man Dorne was amazing back in the days of Aegon. They managed to kill one of the greatest beasts to ever live, from the greatest species in the world, (not including the stuff in Sothoryos. That's one seriously messed up place.)

    hi there
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Targaryens ❤

    Rahman Rashik
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Viserys Targaryen: After the Conquest, when men looked up, they saw dragons. Nobles learned to keep their eyes down, but the gods weren't used to sharing the heavens.

    When Aegon died, the High Septon led the Faith and its army in revolt, claiming that the Valyrian tradition of wedding brother to sister was an abomination in the eyes of the Seven.

    Though no one could explain where the divine Mother and Father had come from.

    My ancestor Maegor the Wise, or Maegor the Cruel as men slander him, put a bounty on the head of every militant priest, and miraculously the Faith soon returned to the septs.

    With Dorne in the fold, and the Faith put in its place, none in Westeros were left to oppose my family, so we started opposing each other.

    In a Dance of Dragons, a Targaryen princess tried to steal her brother's throne. Thanks to her stupidity, most of our dragons died, though one thankfully ate her before it did. But even without our dragons, we were still the blood of Old Valyria, which proved just as dangerous.

    One of my foolish ancestors didn't see what separated his bastards from our family proper and legitimized them all on his deathbed.

    Adopting the name "Blackfyre," the bastards proved their nature and tried to seize their father's kingdom. And when they failed, their sons tried. When their sons failed, their grandsons tried.

    Until finally, Ser Barristan the Bold, Knight of the Kingsguard, slew Maelys the Monstrous in the War of the Ninepenny Kings, ending the last of the Blackfyre line.

    Ultimately, without our dragons and with our blood diluted by commoners, we failed to see the greatest threat growing under our noses.

    Jaime Lannister: As the saying goes, "Every time a Targaryen is born, the gods flip a coin." They must have dropped the one for King Aerys, for at first, he seemed to have dodged the family madness. But as he grew older, he began to see conspirators everywhere, and where there were none, he worked to create them.

    As one of his Kingsguard, I saw firsthand that a king who couldn't rule his own mind couldn't rule Seven Kingdoms.

    We endured his reign because we hoped his son Rhaegar would ride the rail when he ascended to the throne. But then Rhaegar proved as mad as his father and snatched Lyanna Stark, daughter of the Warden of the North and betrothed to Robert Baratheon, Lord of the Stormlands. When Lyanna's father and eldest brother demanded justice, the Mad King obliged, laughing as he dispensed it.

    Varys: Unsatisfied with only two murders, the Mad King then ordered Jon Arryn, Lord of the Vale, to execute his two wards, Robert Baratheon and Eddard Stark. Instead, Jon Arryn raised the Vale in revolt.

    Ned Stark slipped past royalist sentries and raised the North, and Robert won three battles in a single day to unite the Stormlands behind them, only to be defeated by a royalist army and forced to flee, leaving his home of Storm's End besieged.

    Sansa Stark: The Hand of the King finally cornered Robert in the town of the Stoney Sept and sent his soldiers door-to-door, searching for the rebel leader.

    But the villagers hated the Mad King and loved Robert, and kept him one step ahead of the soldiers until only one refuge remained.

    As the soldiers closed in, all the town bells rang out. Hearing of Robert's plight, our father and Jon Arryn had rushed to the Riverlands and enlisted our grandfather, Hoster Tully, to help them.

    Together, they routed the Hand's army and rescued Robert. To celebrate and cement the Tully alliance, our father wed our mother, Catelyn, and Jon Arryn took our aunt, Lysa. Only a fortnight later, both men rushed back into the field, for the dragon had finally woken.

    Viserys: While my father's servants were losing my father's kingdoms, my brother Rhaegar had been cooped up with his…Mistress? Whore? Whatever else, I'd call her a distraction.

    But now Rhaegar came to his senses and returned to King's Landing. He persuaded our father to summon his estranged friend, Lord Tywin Lannister, the richest and most powerful lord in the realm. Rhaegar himself would lead the royal army against the usurper, Robert.

    On the banks of the Trident, my brother fought the man whose wife he had stolen, and who fought to steal his birthright in return. In the end, Robert wanted it more. His hammer shattered my brother's armor, and its rubies fell into the river like raindrops, vanishing in the current.

    Varys: With Rhaegar's defeat, nothing stood between Robert and King's Landing. Imagine the King's surprise a fortnight later when he saw not stags, but lions outside his gates.

    His former Hand, Tywin Lannister, had come to the capital with a force even Robert couldn't match, claiming to be loyal to the king. Trusting what he wanted to believe, Aerys ordered the gates opened, and the Lannister forces dutifully began to rape, pillage, and murder the king's actual loyal subjects.

    When Eddard Stark finally arrived at the capital with Robert's army, he found Lannister banners hanging over the sacked city, Targaryen corpses littering its streets and Ser Jaime Lannister sitting on the Iron Throne.

    Below him, the Mad King Aerys, whom Ser Jaime had sworn to guard, lay in a pool of his own blood from a sword thrust through his back.

    Lord Eddard might've thanked Ser Jaime for doing the realm a favor, but honorable as he was, Lord Eddard condemned Ser Jaime as a "Kingslayer," a name he would never escape.

    Jaime: Unlike Lord Eddard, Robert appreciated my contribution to his glorious victory.

    He pardoned me for my crime and even kept me on his Kingsguard beside Ser Barristan Selmy, who'd been wounded at the Trident fighting for Rhaegar. True, both of us had failed to protect out Targaryen charges, but perhaps that's what Robert liked most about us.

    When my father presented Robert with the bodies of Rhaegar's wife and two children, Ned Stark hiked up his skirt and demanded Robert send their killer to Dorne and me to the Wall. But I saw what Ned couldn't.

    Robert was ashamed of the bodies and more ashamed of his relief. He knew that Rhaegar's heirs had to die, or his throne would never be safe. But glorious heroes didn't kill children. They simply didn't punish their murderers.

    Viserys: No doubt, I would have suffered a similar fate, but my father had wisely sent me and my pregnant mother to Dragonstone.

    When the Usurper heroically sent men[1] to kill me and my newborn sister to protect his stolen throne, a loyal knight smuggled us across the Narrow Sea to Essos.

    And so the last dragons of Valyria, heirs to the greatest dynasty from the greatest civilization this world has ever known, slept in sewers and foraged for scraps in alleyways, one step ahead of the usurper's knives and one step behind the whispers of his spymaster Varys. But we won't run forever.

    One day I'll return to my kingdoms with an army, take back my throne, and repay all traitors with the only coin my family knows: fire and blood.

    Sai Ta Ma
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Viserys Targaryen: The heads of Westeros had bowed to Aegon, but its heart still beat free. Oldtown, the center of the Faith of the Seven. There dwelt the High Septon, the father of the faithful, who commanded the obedience of all Westeros, save the savages of the North and their Old Gods.

    When Aegon had landed in Westeros, the High Septon had locked himself in the Starry Sept and fasted for seven days and seven nights, one for each of his gods. All he received for his trouble was the divine wisdom that if Oldtown took up arms against the dragon, the city would burn, faithful and faithless alike.

    After the submission of House Stark, Aegon marches towards Oldtown, steeling himself for another battle. But he found the gates open, with the High Septon welcoming him. The pious fool even had the arrogance to grant what Aegon had already won, and anointed the last Valyrian as "Aegon of House Targaryen, First of His Name, King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm." As if titles meant anything to a man to whom time itself now bowed. The Maesters would hence divide all history into Before and After Conquest.

    Most expected Aegon to stay and make Oldtown his seat, but soon after his coronation, Aegon returned to the mouth of the Blackwater River, where he had first set foot on Westeros. A small town had since sprouted around his primitive fort. To honor their new master, the locals dubbed it "King's Landing," though it looked more fit for a hedge knight, with wooden palisades, muddy streets, and piles of mangled swords carted in from every corner of the conquest.

    But when Aegon made it his court, wood became stone, black mud was buried beneath a Red Keep, and the collected swords of Aegon's foes were blasted by dragon fire and became a seat fit for the Conqueror and the greatest dynasty this world has ever known. House Targaryen. My family. My throne. Or so it should have been.

    Sai Ta Ma
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Viserys Targaryen:This world wasn't always so small and petty. Thousands of years ago, while the rest of men prayed to gods, the Valyrians became them.

    Through magic or sheer will, they mastered the greatest creatures in history. A horse grants man dominion over the land, a ship over the sea. But dragons gave us the sky, and everything and everyone beneath it.

    At its height, my ancestors ruled the Known World. Whatever parts we didn't weren't worth knowing. Our capital of Valyria shamed the magnificent cities of the east, for hammers and chisels were no match for dragonfire and sorcery. It was a city and an empire built to last until the end of time.

    It didn't.

    Four hundred years ago, the Doom fell on Valyria.

    Mountains cracked open like eggs. Lakes and rivers boiled. Fountains of fire, ash, and smoke spewed from the ground, so high and so hot that even dragons burned in flight. The land splintered, and the angry sea rushed in. In hours, the greatest city in history became history.

    But my ancestors didn't burn or drown with the rest of their race. Twelve years before the Doom, despite the sneers of his rivals, Aenar Targaryen abandoned the capital with his family.

    Legends claim that his daughter foresaw the destruction of the city in a dream. More likely, Aenar met with some mishap at court and chose exile over execution.

    He and House Targaryen slinked away to a dreary, remote, godforsaken island. Forsaken no longer. With arts now lost to the world, we transformed a tiny outpost into Dragonstone, a fortress fit for the last Dragonlords.

    Then Aenar's descendants settled into it like a tomb for their lost homeland. Until Aegon. When he looked east, he saw the past: old, tired, dead. But when he looked west, he saw the future: gold in the ground, gold in the fields, and no dragons in the sky but his.

    He and his sisters, Rhaenys and Visenya, flew over the great continent, ostensibly visitors to a strange land. But when Aegon returned, he ordered construction of a massive table carved in the shape of Westeros, with all the notable rivers and mountains that they had seen. A personal map of the Seven Kingdoms, then ruled by seven squabbling families.

    House Durrandon held the Stormlands from their seat at Storm's End, due south of Dragonstone.

    House Hoare of the Iron Islands had also conquered and enslaved the Riverlands, and ruled them from Harrenhal, a monstrous castle rising on the shore of the Gods Eye.

    House Stark held the frozen wasteland of the North, the oldest, largest, and emptiest of the kingdoms.

    House Lannister held the Westerlands, the wealthiest kingdom thanks to their gold mines.

    House Gardener held the Reach, the second wealthiest kingdom thanks to their crops.

    House Arryn held the Vale, or rather the Vale held them. The mountains were impassable except through the Bloody Gate, which had never been taken.

    House Martell held the deserts of Dorne, probably because no one else wanted them.

    Together, the Seven Kingdoms made Westeros, a realm that wasn't yet a realm, ruled by great families who didn't know what greatness was. Aegon would teach them.

    Sai Ta Ma
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • They when from gods to rats in the sewers

    Alex Weight
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Viserys was not Maegor's descendant, but of his older brother Aenys.

    He also bashes his ancestor Rhaenyra…

    Daniel Del Rosario
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • i think i am the only one who watched full 40 minutes of it

    Posted July 4, 2020
  • "the rest of the world wasn't worth knowing"-Viserys .

    M Chaney
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • For this video well done

    Priest MULOWAYI
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Clever Visenya , getting the Vale with a ride for a dragon 😂🤣

    Growing Strong100
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • I think we nees to see movies of aegon targaion conquere

    roshan Balami
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • "The greatest dynasty" only lasted 300 years. by all accounts, almost every other major family in Westeros rules longer. Certainly the Starks did by far.

    Posted July 4, 2020
  • 12:33 Why are those guys carrying the banners of House Blackfyre rather than Targaryen? That just a design screw up or something?

    Gage Lefevre
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • the arryns are always getting insulted they hold no respect

    Posted July 4, 2020
  • I still cannot understand the doom
    Dragons and valeriyans are immune to fire
    And volcano doomed them?

    ariyan. FahiM
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Imagine viserys taking care of daneyres by steeling food 😔 and sleeping in gutters daamn

    asif ali
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • viserys definitely has the best narrative voice

    Timeija Bell
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • I respect King Torrhen Stark of all the Living North for choosing to Bend The Knee in order to ensure the continuation survival of all of his citizens over choosing the disastrous consequences of favoring his pride which would have ended in death by DragonFire

    Ryan Patrick
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • I respect King Torrhen Stark of all the Living North for choosing to Bend The Knee in order to ensure the continuation survival of all of his citizens over choosing the disastrous consequences of favoring his pride which would have ended in death by DragonFire

    Ryan Patrick
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • What song plays when viserys talks about aegon and the 7 kingdoms?

    Cyrus Duduaco
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Why on earth are all the Targaryen flags black dragons on red fields?

    Mircea Donciu
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Ok so mad king was killed by a lannister….the targeryeans present in king's landing were all slaughtered by lannisters and then a baratheon became the king…..doesn't make sense

    anonymous nation
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • What's the soundtrack at 2:50 titled as

    Shadow Binder
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • 🔥🔥🔥 FIRE AND BLOOD 🔥🔥🔥

    I'm a Potato
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • What episode is this?? 🤪

    Jada Pedersen
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • They can make so many new series of its history and i would watch all of them

    Tinb Tinb
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • I like how Viserys and Sansa kinda got into a mini argument during their narration.

    Rich - AllBoutMoney
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Season 8 Should have finished like this. Daenerys taking back the kingdoms then defeated the walkers and gained honour and love for the seven kingdom and shown she is fit to rule and protect the seven kingdoms including essos

    The Joker
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • H o l d u p,so the dragons in game of thrones have four limbs two wings and two legs George RR Martin did this to make them more realistic because no living vertebrate has six limbs only four.If that is the case.T h e n e x p l a i n t h i s: 1:32 A dragon with s i x limbs two wings,two arms and two legs.Maybe it’s a different species of dragon?

    Posted July 4, 2020
  • 28:01 GOOSEBUMPS

    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Can’t wait for House of the Dragon ❤️

    Sherlissa Ali
    Posted July 4, 2020

    lela scott
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Euron's voice sounds so evil. 😆

    Archen Forever
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Aegon wanted his successors to phase out the sister-marriage thing, which is likely why he only had sons.

    Daniel Del Rosario
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • House Targaryen’s story is a poetic, magnificent and beautiful tragedy. Phenomenal.

    IIMUN Bengaluru
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • The iron throne is so tiny compared to the one in the books. I wish they would have made it the same but it probably would have cost them a lot.

    Posted July 4, 2020
  • I just watched a 40 minute video about fake history

    Worth it

    S.J. Duarte
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Did the actors actually do these voiceovers?

    Hannah Louise
    Posted July 4, 2020
  • "One day I'll return to my kingdoms with an army, take back my throne, and repay all traitors with the only coin my family knows. Fire and Blood." 🐉 🔥

    Posted July 4, 2020
  • Who’s here after prequel announcement

    Posted July 4, 2020

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