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Introducing Caraxes*, the Blood Wyrm...dangerously delicious


Caraxes was one of the older and larger dragons during the Dance of the Dragons. His scales were colored red, leading to him being called "the Blood Wyrm".Caraxes's first rider was Aemon Targaryen, the Prince of Dragonstone and King Jaehaerys I's eldest son. One of the fiercest dragons among the younger generation, he was given his nickname by the Dragonkeepers, the order of guards created by King Jaehaerys to guard the newly-completed Dragonpit, and later saw his first conflict during the Fourth Dornish War, when King Jaehaerys (astride Vermithor), Prince Aemon (astride Caraxes) and Prince Baelon, Aemon's younger brother (astride Vhagar), descended upon the Dornish fleet and destroyed it without suffering a single loss. Caraxes would later accompany Aemon to Tarth when an invasion of Myrish pirates caused the route of the Evenstar. However, Caraxes's fires drew the attention of the Myrish onto the Westerosi camp and a crossbowmen took a shot at the Evenstar, but missed and hit Aemon instead. The Prince of Dragonstone died of the wound, leaving Caraxes riderless until Daemon Targaryen, the younger son of Aemon's brother Baelon, claimed him.

Caraxes is hand painted black and red with red eyes, solid 72% dark chocolate (cacao Venezuela), 6oz and measures approx 4 1/2" x 2 3/4. Caraxes is nested in a black tin with a suede cord and compass wax seal.

*this is not official Game of Thrones or House of the Dragon chocolate. It's mearly inspired by them!


Handcrafted, preservative-free.




Custom made for each order! Allow 10 day turnaround. Rush available for fee.
  • Perishable

    IMPORTANT: Luxx Chocolat chocolate is created using the world's finest chocolate and the highest quality, local, fresh and seasonal ingredients - no preservatives, no artificial flavors. As a result, the shelf life of the chocolates is approximately 3 weeks. Please enjoy within that time. Luxx Chocolat cannot be responsible for the status of the chocolates after shelf life after this time.

    NOTE: Warm weather shipping charge of $7 may be added to the $2 handling charge. Will not be necessary during cooler seasons. 
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