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House of the Dragon season 2 just confirmed an exciting fact for the fans of ‘Game of Thrones’ Filmymeet

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House of the Dragon season 2 just confirmed an exciting fact for the fans of 'Game of Thrones' Filmymeet

House of the Dragon‘ has got fans hooked to its adventurous narrative and episode 3, ‘The Burning Mill’, arrived with an exciting detail about ‘Game of Thrones’. In the episode, Rhaenyra Targaryen (Emma D’Arcy) is worried about the brewing war, and so decides to send her youngest children to Vale for safety. During the scene where she bids farewell to her children, hoping that they can travel even farther to Pentos in order to get away from the fighting, she asks Rhaena Targaryen (Phoebe Campbell) to go along with them and take care of them in her stead.Accompanying them are the boys’ fledgling dragons, Tyraxes and Stormcloud, as well as four dragon eggs.
The dragon eggs in particular excited Game of Thrones fans, who pointed out that the eggs were very similar to Daenerys’ (Emilia Clarke) dragon eggs in Game of Thrones, citing their gold, green, and dark red colors. In an interview with Mashable, the episode’s director, Geeta Patel, confirmed that “Those are Daenerys’ eggs.“ adding that ””All of us who work on this show are big Game of Thrones fans, so it was very exciting to shoot that scene.”
The scene in the show marks a difference from Fire & Blood by George R.R. Martin, House of the Dragon’s source material. In the books, it is implied that the eggs made it to Essos long before the Dance of the Dragons, during the reign of Jaehaerys I. This happened because of Elissa Fairman, a noblewoman, sailor and the lover of Princess Rhaena Targaryen (who is different from House of the Dragon’s Rhaena, before anyone gets confused). After Elissa and Rhaena had a falling out, Elissa stole three dragon eggs from Dragonstone and sailed to Braavos, where she sold the eggs to the Sealord in exchange for gold, which she used to fund her sailing adventures.
While different from the show, Fire & Blood leaves enough ambiguity for the House of the Dragon to play around with. In the book, Rhaena only takes 3 eggs to Vale, one of which ends up hatching into her dragon, Morning. It’s not unlikely the fourth silver-blue egg that Rhaenyra gives to Rhaena in House of the Dragon could be the egg from which Morning is born, since she currently doesn’t have any dragons of her own. As of right now, viewers are still left with a few questions: Will Rhaena, Aegon, and Viserys make it to Pentos? How will the eggs get to Essos? Will someone steal them away, like in the books?





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