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Mago, commonly associated as Bloodrider, is a character from A Song Of Ice And Fire and Game of Thrones. He is a supporting antagonist in Season 1.
A former Bloodrider of Khal Drogo, he is commonly depicted as bloodthirsty, vile, and treacherous. He formerly rode with his khal, before ditching him as he laid dying for Khal Jaqho. However not before he raped a woman named Eroeh, gave her to Jaqho then slit her throat.
In the TV series, he was portrayed by Ivailo Dimitrov.
After Khal Drogo Khalasar raped a Lhazareen settlement, he was raping a woman named Eroeh before Daenerys Targaryen stopped him. In the show, this enraged him so much that he challenged Khal Drogo for leadership over this. Then was subsequently killed by the Khal as his throat was cut by his own arakh.
In the novels, he is prevented from raping the girl yet didn’t defy the khal. After Khal Drogo fell ill, with Daenerys unconscious, Jhaqo named Mago a Bloodrider. As a gift he raped Eroeh, then gave to Khal Jhaqo and his other Bloodriders to rape before slitting her throat. Daenerys learning of this as she awoke swore vengeance on both Mago and Jaqho for this.
In the books, Mago is still alive, however in the TV show he was killed by Drogo. George R.R. Martin has confirmed that Mago is to appear in the sixth ASOIAF book.