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|“||And to my son, The Stallion Who Will Mount the World, I will also pledge a gift. I will give him the Iron Chair that his mother's father sat upon. I will give him Seven Kingdoms. I, Drogo, will do this. I will take my Khalasar west to where the world ends, and ride wooden horses across the black salt water as no Khal has done before! I will kill the men in iron suits and tear down their stone houses! I will rape their women, take their children as slaves, and bring their broken gods back to Vaes Dothrak! This, I vow, I, Drogo, son of Bharbo. I swear before the Mother of Mountains as the stars look down in witness!||„|
|~ Khal Drogo's promise to take the Iron Throne for his son, in "You Win or You Die".|
Drogo is a character from A Song Of Ice And Fire / Game of Thrones. He is a minor antagonist of Season 1.
He was a Khal, a powerful warlord of the fearsome Dothraki nomads, often referred as Khal Drogo. Daenerys Targaryen is promised to him in the beginning of the novels. In the TV series, Drogo is played by Jason Momoa.
He owns a palace in Vaes Dothrak and a nine-towered mansion in Pentos. His bloodriders are Cohollo, Qotho and Haggo.
A Game of Thrones
Illyrio Mopatis, serving as patron to the exiled Viserys Targaryen and his sister, Daenerys, arranges a marriage between Princess Daenerys and Khal Drogo during one of Drogo's visits to Pentos. In return for his bride, Drogo is to provide ten thousand Dothraki warriors for her brother's campaign to retake the Iron Throne.
The wedding takes place in the traditional Dothraki fashion, with Drogo's entire khalasar gathering in a field outside Pentos for a day-long feast, punctuated with several deadly fights and couples having intercourse in the open. In accordance with tradition, Drogo's bloodriders offer fine weapons - a whip, an arakh, and a dragonbone bow - to the new khaleesi, who then gives them to her husband. Drogo's own gift to his bride is a magnificent silver mare.
Finally Drogo leads Daenerys off to consummate the marriage. A thirteen-year-old girl who had been abused by her brother for most of her life and had been given no say in the marriage, Daenerys is terrified of her bridegroom and expects to be raped. Despite his fierce reputation, however, Drogo proves to be a surprisingly considerate lover. Although he and Dany share no common language, he establishes that he understood the word "no," then begins touching her gently. He does not begin to have intercourse with her until Dany expresses her consent and initiates it. This tender wedding night set the tone for their marriage, which becomes a remarkably happy one.
As Daenerys' new role as khaleesi takes her out of her abusive brother's control, she begns to leave behind the timid, passive girl.