King Euron Greyjoy seated on the Iron Throne as seen by Aeron Damphair Greyjoy in The Forsaken chapter vision

The Forsaken, a Aeron Greyjoy preview chapter from The Winds of Winter

After being forced to drink the psychoactive substance called Shades of the Evening by his brother Euron, Aeron Damphair Greyjoy has a series of visions centered on the figure of his brother Euron king as a destroyer, slayer of gods and demonic figure.
The scene portraied in this drawing is from the first sequence of dreams/visions the character experiences during this particular chapter.

Euron Greyjoy king seated on the Iron Throne
Euron Greyjoy king seated on the Iron Throne; slayer of gods, Crow’s Eye.
“He showed the world his blood eye now. Dark and terrible.”

Reference excerpt from the book: The Forsaken; The Winds of Winter

“Aeron Damphair looked. The mound of skulls was gone. Now it was metal underneath the Crow’s Eye. A great, tall seat of razor-sharp iron of barbs and blades and broken swords, all dripping blood. Impaled upon the longer spikes were the bodies of the gods. The Maiden was there, and the Father, and the Mother and the Warrior and Crone and Smith, even the Stranger. They hung side by side with all manner of queer, foreign gods, The Great Shephard and the Black Goat, Three Headed Trios and the Pale Child Bakkalon, the Lord of Light, and the Butterfly God of Naath, and there swollen in green heft devoured by crabs, the Drowned God festered with the Red Sea Horse, still dripping from its hair.

Then Euron Crow’s Eye laughed again and the priest woke screaming in the bowels of Silence as piss ran down his leg.”

At the end of the chapter Aeron Greyjoy is brought out of the Silence belly, on the deck of the ship, to be tied to the prow; and he assist the preparations for the naval battle his brother Euron is preparing to engage with the Redwine fleet.
He sees his brother clad in a valyrian steel armor.

Euron Greyjoy valyrian steel armor
King Euron Greyjoy clad in a scaled black and red valyrian steel armor

Reference excerpt from the book: The Forsaken; The Winds of Winter

“Euron Crow’s Eye stood upon the deck of Silence clad in a suit of black-scaled armor like nothing Aeron had ever seen before. Dark as smoke it was, but Euron wore it as easy as if it was the thinnest silk. The scales were edged in red gold that gleamed and shimmered when he moved. Patterns could be seen within the metal. Whorls and glyphs and arcane symbols molded into steel. Valyrian steel, the Damphair knew. His armor is Valyrian steel. In all the Seven Kingdoms, no man owned a suit of Valyrian steel. Such things had been known four hundred years ago, in the days before the Doom, and even then they would have cost a kingdom.

Euron did not lie. He’s been to Valyria. No wonder he was mad.

“Your Grace,” said Torwald Browntooth. “I have the priests. What do you want done with them?”

“Bind them to the prows,” Euron commanded. “My brother on the Silence. Take one for yourself. Let them dice for the others. One to a ship. Let them feel the spray, the kiss of the Drowned God, wet and salty.””

These pictures are part of a drawing series inspired by the A Song of Ice and Fire novel series by George R.R. Martin.
The objective for this drawing series is to present each illustration accompanied by the relative quote from the books.
To present characters and scenes as described in the books.
The Novels are considered Canon, the HBO show, though being amazing, is not object of interest for this drawing series.

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King Euron Greyjoy from ‘The Forsaken’ preview chapter vision
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