The House of the Dragon season 1 finale trailer has Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen meeting a war. HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel spinoff show has caught the planet by storm, shattering records for streaming assistance. Set years before the birth of Princess Daenerys Targaryen, House of the Dragon centers on the competition within the silver-haired dragon-riding home following King Viserys I Targaryen calling his daughter Rhaenyra successor to the Iron Throne.
Following Viserys’ death, Indicator of the King, Ser Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans), and his faithful partners of the little council, set their dreams in action to claim the throne for Viserys’ eldest son, Aegon Targaryen (Tom Glynn-Carney). During Aegon’s coronation in the Dragonpit, Princess Rhaenys Targaryen (Eve Best) blasts via the floor of the hall on her dragon Meleys’ back and faces the newly established king. However, Lady Alicent Hightower (Olivia Cooke) stands before her son, designed to take the shot of dragon fire that never arrives. Rhaenys rather depends on Medleys to the gate and passes away.
War Has Finally Come For House Of The Dragon
The season 1 finale trailer shows Rhaenyra accepting the heartbreaking news of her father’s demise but also understanding the stunning treachery by Alicent, her old boyhood friend who made amends with her only days earlier. The perceived deception on Alicent’s part would only anger Rhaenyra to push for a violent condemnation. Although the video shows Otto at Dragonstone, likely trying a truce, the two factions drawing blades only show that war is nobody but unavoidable.
As House of the Dragon episode 9’s record was largely from the Hightower’s issue of view, with Rhaenyra and her household not featured at all, the final episode will probably focus on the community asset of the Princess’ claim as well as their practices for the battle to come. With the Targaryen civil war only starting in the final episode, the majority of the multi-year war will presumably be featured in season 2. With solely one House of the Dragons episode staying, audiences have only a week to wait to catch the beginning of the Dance of the Dragons.