Raised as Dunk in , Duncan became the squire of the . Duncan then traveled the as a hedge knight himself, with the young Prince Aegon as his squire. The early exploits of "Dunk and Egg" are chronicled in , which collects , , and .
We’ll see if any of this comes to pass, but certainly, HBO is likely eyeing some way to keep their most popular series alive, . And I wouldn’t be surprised if they actually start listening to Martin and take a look at ‘Dunk And Egg.’ As for the fans, they probably just want the author to stop talking about TV and movies and just finish those books already.
Now, Martin is back out there, once again dusting off “Tales Of Dunk And Egg,” but this time positioning the works as the source for a spinoff series.
Dunk and Egg took a poleboat down the to , where they took passage on the galleas to . Aboard the ship Dunk had his first experience of combat at sea when he helped repel some raiders. In Oldtown, Egg's brother measured Dunk and found he was an inch short of seven feet.