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House Lonmouth
House Lonmouth

"Ser Joffrey Lonmouth, or the Knight of Kisses, they call me, though I don't know why."
―Joffrey Lonmouth[src]

Ser Joffrey Lonmouth, called the Knight of Kisses, was a knight of House Lonmouth and a sworn sword of House Velaryon.



Joffrey is from the Stormlands. He is a companion and lover of Ser Laenor Velaryon.[2]

House of the Dragon: Season 1[]

Joffrey is on the Velaryon war council during the siege of Bloodstone. He announces the return of Caraxes and Daemon Targaryen. He later pulls Daemon away when the prince almost beats a messenger to death.[3]

In 116 AC,[b] while he is sparring with Laenor, Joffrey witness King Viserys I Targaryen arriving at High Tide to formalize a marriage pact with House Velaryon. In the dunes near the beach of driftmark, Laenor relays the agreement reached between him and Rhaenyra, Joffrey chides Laenor for being worried, as pleased with the agreement. At the wedding of Laenor and Rhaenyra, he gossips with Laenor and shares that he has deduced that Rhaenyra has a secret lover of her own: Ser Criston Cole of the Kingsguard. Joffrey later proposes to Criston, to keep each other affairs secret, unaware of the breakdown of Criston and Rhaenyra's relationship. Criston Cole starts a fight with Joffrey and beats him to death. Laenor tries to intervene but his pushed away by Criston, after Criston is comes to his senses and departs, Laenor cries at the sight of his dead body.[1]

Laenor names Joffrey Velaryon in honor of his deceased lover.[4]

In the books[]

In Fire & Blood, Joffrey Lonmouth is a knight of House Lonmouth, and the favorite companion of Laenor Velaryon, of whom he was rumored to be a lover. He is known as the Knight of Kisses on account of the heraldry of his house: Quartered of six: red lips strewn on a yellow field, yellow skulls strewn on a black field.

Joffrey competed in a tournament during the wedding celebrations of Laenor and Rhaenyra. He rode as Laenor's champion, while Harwin Strong rode as Rhaenyra's. Ser Criston Cole, furious that Rhaenyra bestowed her garter on Ser Harwin instead of him, took it out on the other competitors, especially Joffrey: he mercilessly used his morningstar on Joffrey, cracking his helm and leaving him senseless. According to Mushroom, Laenor did not leave Joffrey's bedside, and wept bitterly when he died six days afterwards.



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 House of the Dragon: Season 1, Episode 5: "We Light the Way" (2022).
  2. 2.0 2.1 Joffrey Lonmouth. HBO. Retrieved March 15, 2023.
  3. House of the Dragon: Season 1, Episode 3: "Second of His Name" (2022).
  4. House of the Dragon: Season 1, Episode 6: "The Princess and the Queen" (2022).


  1. Joffrey Lonmouth is stated to be in his 20s in the script for "Second of His Name;" therefore, he was born between 86 and 95 AC.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "We Light the Way" picks up directly after the events of "King of the Narrow Sea," which takes place in 116 AC.

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