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Seven Qualities about "House of the Dragon" Season 2

In New season of "House of the Dragon," we anticipate seeing the following.

By Georgi ILYPublished about a year ago 4 min read

Fans of "House of the Dragon" Season 1 are already asking for Season 2 as they approach their first free Sunday night in months as the dust and dragon scales have barely fallen on Season 1. How precisely will the fight inside House Targaryen play out? This is the question that Netflix's "Game of Thrones" prequel has already received a second season extension. Some who survive Who will pass away? Will spectators ever glimpse a dragon's young?

1.Lucery's Revenge

As a pawn in his mother's struggle against him, sweet, powerful Lucerys Velaryon died tragically and too soon, leaving his mother with an unimaginable grief. His death is the first significant loss in the conflict and the series, and it will likely have a profound impact on both sides. As they seek to revenge the kid who would have sat on the driftwood throne, the Blacks could directly pursue Aemond, Vhagar, or the entire Aegon family. It's hard to blame them right now, given the state of things.The last episodes of Season 1 in particular demonstrated why the series is appropriately titled "House of the Dragon."

2.Further dragons

The names of every dragon on his side are listed by Daemon in the Season 1 finale, including Syrax, Ceraxes, Arrax, Meleys, Tyraxes, Moondancer, the unclaimed Vermithor, Silverwing, and three uncontrolled dragons who might give to passengers. He also reveals three wild dragons that might surrender for motorcyclists. Even though Arrax is just no longer with us, we are yet to meet several of the dragons he mentions, like Syrax, Ceraxes, and Meleys, who do nothing other than scream and frighten. Let's gather the group around as it will likely require all of them to stand up to Vhagar. Show the audience a young dragon, sir, considering that the Targaryen kids constantly receiving dragon balls. Something pleasant is due to us!

3.Confirmed Book Changes

Major revisions to George R.R. Martin's "Fire & Blood" up to this point offer exciting potential for "House of the Dragon." If his parents learn that their son, Laenor Velaryon (John MacMillan), is still alive and well across the little body of water, it would strengthen and increase their support for Rhaenyra and elevate her towards the status of a genuine ally rather than just Viserys' designated heir and the stepmother to their grandchildren. A source of suspense that was introduced by Daemon when he said that Rhaenys might have murdered all the Greens and put a resolution to the conflict right then and there is still Rhaenys' spectacular departure from King's Landing.

4.Serving of Cargyll

When we last saw them, Erryk (Elliott Tittensor) and Arryk Cargyll (Luke Tittensor) were fighting on opposing sides in the Dance of Dragons, having spent time together in Monarch's Touching down looking for Lord Aegon and ultimately coming to contrasting conclusions about whoever they choose to sit just on Iron Throne. The book "Fire & Blood" asserts that ballads were composed about the brothers' tearful farewell at Dragonstone since their next encounter will be as mortal adversaries, each charged with putting the other to death.

5.Lower birthrate

There are a total of four horrific birthing scenes in "House of the Dragon" Season 1, two of which result in the mother's and the child's deaths. The explicit and startling imagery of these events has persisted despite the episodic pacing and timeline of Season 1, which spans 20 years and the emergence of many Targaryen generations. Audiences won't necessary need to see each new recruit when it appears if the House of the Dragon expands in Season 2.

6.An Arrival in the North

IndieWire asked the topic of how Westeros' Northern houses might align in the journey ahead of the Season 1 conclusion. Borros Baratheon (Roger Evans) made his loyalty obvious by graciously rejecting Lucerys and accepting Aemond's hand in marriage in exchange for one his daughters, however houses Arryn, Tully, and Stark were all named but not seen in the conclusion. Since the program isn't titled "House of the Wolf," we are aware that it isn't about the North, but we wouldn't object to a brief appearance by Cregan Stark if we had opportunity.

7.Ingot of the Targaryens

According to a character in "Game of Thrones" and "A Song of Ice and Fire," the gods flip a coin whenever a Targaryen is birth; solely on a single side, there is brilliance, and on the other, lunacy. King Viserys (Paddy Considine) was undoubtedly more on the part of excellence; he was average at worst but never particularly harsh or insane, indicating that the craziness is still to come. The actor who portrayed little Rhaenyra, Milly Alcock, has already hinted that both sides of the conflict will engage in competition for the crown, but will it be as simple as each side in the conflict representing a few of these characteristics? While losing two children in the Season 1 finale would undoubtedly force Rhaenyra to lose some self-control, Aegon is still comparatively unknown to viewers. Both sides might not want to accept how complicated this coin really is.


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Georgi ILY

Hello ! My name is Georgiana, i'm 24 and i'm here for a NEW MISSION OF MY LIFE :)

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