The tensions at the House of the Dragon have been resolved by Laenor Velaryon, but his bigger saga is far from over given the discovery of his other "children."

In the seventh episode of House of the Dragon, Rhaenyra and Daemon Targaryen needed her husband Laenor Velaryon to "die" in order for them to wed.

Rhaenyra and Daemon came to yet another mutually beneficial deal, planning to have Laenor's death faked so that he may live a better life in secrecy with his lover Qarl.

Laenor's physical return is doubtful in House of the Dragon, but his legacy will still be significant in the Targaryen civil war.

Rhaenyra's sons and Corlys look for "dragonseeds" — imitations of Houses Targaryen and Velaryon — to claim the dragons that had been left riderless several years after Laenor's "death" in House of the Dragon.

The silver-haired Marilda of Hull sons Addam and Alyn, who assert to be Laenor Velaryon's sons, are discovered in The Sowing of the Seeds.

While Alyn has never claimed a dragon, Addam is able to form a link with Laenor's retired dragon Seasmoke, providing evidence that their parentage is real.

According to the historical records of Westeros, Alyn and Addam are the sons of Laenor Velaryon, as George R.R. Martin's Fire & Blood novel reveals.

However, the book strongly suggests that Lord Corlys Velaryon, not Laenor, is the sons' real father.