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"Aggo dothra ma khalasaroon anni. Me sili anna chek. Nhare moon nem kaf ki negwini. Hiles Aggoes.
(Aggo belonged to my khalasar. He served me well. He got his head smashed in by a rock. Fuck Aggo.)
―Khal Moro, regarding Aggo's death[src]

Aggo was a Dothraki warrior who escorted a captive Daenerys Targaryen to Vaes Dothrak. He was killed by Daario Naharis, whilst saving Jorah Mormont during their attempt to rescue Daenerys.



Aggo is a Dothraki warrior serving in the khalasar of Khal Moro.[2]

Game of Thrones: Season 6[]

Aggo and Qhono comment on Daenerys as they are bringing her to Khal Moro.[2]

Once in Vaes Dothrak, Aggo and his companion Iggo encounter Jorah Mormont and Daario Naharis as they attempt to infiltrate in the holy city. Aggo sees through Jorah's claim to being a wine merchant and orders his companion to raise the alarm. Jorah attacks Aggo but as both are unarmed, the younger and larger Dothraki begins to overpower the older knight, beating him severely. Jorah attempts to blind Aggo with a thrown handful of sand, but misses. Aggo seizes Jorah by the throat and begins to choke the life from him, but is fatally stabbed in the back by Daario. To hide Aggo's stab wound, as weapons are forbidden in the holy city, Daario repeatedly bludgeons Aggo's corpse with a large rock.[1]

Later, the great Khals discuss Aggo's death. Khal Moro notes that Aggo, a rider in his khalasar, served him well, yet nonchalantly dismisses his death for the way in which he was killed.[1]

In the books[]

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, the only Dothraki named Aggo is Daenerys's bloodrider. However, Daenerys's storyline has surpassed the latest published novel, A Dance with Dragons, so Aggo or an equivalent character may appear in the upcoming novels.




  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Game of Thrones: Season 6, Episode 4: "Book of the Stranger" (2016).
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Game of Thrones: Season 6, Episode 1: "The Red Woman" (2016).


  1. In "Winter Is Coming," which takes place in 298 AC, Sansa Stark tells Cersei Lannister that she is 13 years old and Bran Stark tells Jaime Lannister that he is 10 years old. Arya Stark was born between Sansa and Bran, making her either 11 or 12 in Season 1. The rest of the Stark children have been aged up by 2 years from their book ages, so it can be assumed that she is 11 in Season 1. Arya is 18 in Season 8 according to HBO, which means at least 7 years occur in the span of the series; therefore, each season of Game of Thrones must roughly correspond to a year in-universe, placing the events of Season 6 in 303 AC.