Daeron Targaryen

Prince Daeron was fifteen years old when the Dance of the Dragons started. He was the fourth child of King Viserys Targaryen and Queen Alicent Hightower.

Cregan Stark

One of the most well-liked families in Game of Thrones has always been the Starks. They came across as possibly the only honourable noble family in a sea of power-seekers due to their sense of honour and desire to seek justice.

Roderick Dustin

Even when Cregan Stark proclaims for the Blacks, his army won't be ready to march on King's Landing for quite some time because he lacks Jon Snow's teleportation abilities.

Jeyne Arryn

The sickly boy Robin Arryn who played the Lord of the Vale will be remembered by fans of Game of Thrones. He wasn't the first young person to rule the Vale; lady Jeyne, Rhaenyra's mother Queen Aemma's cousin, took over at age three.

Elmo Tully

Grover Tully was mentioned as a potential ally for Rhaenyra in the season finale. Though he is ill and confined to his bed, the elder lord of Riverrun would actually prefer to declare for Aegon.

Dalton Greyjoy

Dalton Greyjoy, sometimes known as the Red Kraken, is the current Lord Reaper of Pyke. He is a formidable fighter and a competent sailor despite his youth, and while Viserys was still alive, he predicted the approaching civil war.

Nettles

In the season finale, Daemon mentions that the Blacks have access to a large number of dragons without riders. The Blacks look for recruits with Targaryen and Velaryon blood to see if any can bond with a dragon in order to fill out the ranks.

Addam of Hull

The future of house Velaryon is now in doubt with the deaths of Lucerys and his dragon, Arrax. When the dragon belonging to Laenor, Seasmoke, is claimed by a Velaryon bastard named Addam, a solution is revealed.

The Shepherd

The future of house Velaryon is now in doubt with the deaths of Lucerys and his dragon, Arrax. When the dragon belonging to Laenor, Seasmoke, is claimed by a Velaryon bastard named Addam, a solution is revealed.