House Of The Dragon: Who Has Which Dragon In The Game Of Thrones Prequel?

House Of The Dragon: Who Has Which Dragon In The Game Of Thrones Prequel?

House of the Dragon has lived up to its name, as there are a ton of Dragons to keep track of.

House Of The Dragon: £16m-an-episode Game of Thrones prequel hits screens

The highly-anticipated Game of Thrones prequel is about to hit TV screens.

The teaser footage gives fans a first look at the prequel starring Matt Smith.

Sky News’ Claire Gregory reports.

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House of the Dragon is the Game of Throne’s successor show based on George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood, a history of House Targaryen set 300 years before the events in GoT. The showrunners of House of the Dragon are Ryan Condal along with battle-tested GoT veteran Miguel Sapochnik.
Set 300 years before the events of Game of Thrones, the series tells the story of a turbulent period for House Targaryen, one that set sibling against sibling and dragon against dragon. The point of contention: who should rule on the Iron Throne, of course.
“If you’d like to know a bit more of what the show will be about… well, I can’t actually spill those beans,” Martin teased in his blog, “but you might want to pick up a copy of two anthologies I did with Gardner Dozois, Dangerous Women, and Rogues and then move on to ArchmaesterGyldayn’s history, Fire & Blood.”
Dangerous Women includes what press materials describe as a “35,000-word novella” by Martin called “The Princess and the Queen, or, the Blacks and the Greens,” which is “about the Dance of the Dragons, the vast civil war that tore Westeros apart nearly two centuries before the events of A Game of Thrones.”
Rogues, meanwhile, includes Martin’s story “The Rogue Prince, or, a King’s Brother,” which chronicles “the early life, adventures, misdeeds, and marriages of Prince Daemon Targaryen,” considered “one of the biggest rogues in the entire history of Ice and Fire.”
Finally, the novel Fire & Blood, released in November 2018, is the first novel of a two-part history of the Targaryens in Westeros.
“Centuries before the events of A Game of Thrones, House Targaryen — the only family of dragonlords to survive the Doom of Valyria — took up residence on Dragonstone,” according to the book’s description on the author’s site. “Fire & Blood begins their tale with the legendary Aegon the Conqueror, creator of the Iron Throne, and goes on to recount the generations of Targaryens who fought to hold that iconic seat, all the way up to the civil war that nearly tore their dynasty apart.”
House of the Dragon will be about Dance of the Dragons, the Targaryen civil war.
About George R.R. Martin’s involvement, we know only what he stated himself. George R.R. Martin stated: “I expect to be involved in [House of the Dragons] to some extent…and, who knows, if things work out, I may even be able to script a few episodes, as I did for the first four seasons of GAME OF THRONES. But… let me make this perfectly clear… I am not taking on any scripts until I have finished and delivered WINDS OF WINTER. Winter is still coming, and WINDS remains my priority, as much as I’d love to write an episode of HOUSE.”
Enjoy this House of the Dragon video giving you the first taste of what you can expect to see in the House of the Dragon.

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Every Dragon in House of the Dragon Explained | Official List | Game of Thrones Prequel | HBO Max

Welcome back for another Game of Thrones and House of the Dragon update video. In this video, I will be naming all of the dragons and their riders from A Song of Ice and Fire and Fire and Blood. These are all of the different dragons we will see over the course of the new Game of Thrones Prequel Series, House of the Dragon. According to George R.R. Martin, we will see 17 dragons in House of the Dragon. HOTD showrunner, Miguel Sapochnik, recently said we will see 9 dragons in the first season alone. This video should give you a good idea of who these dragons are, and who will be riding them (assuming they don’t change the history and lore) How Many Dragons are in House of the Dragon? Who Are The Dragons in House of the Dragon? Who Are The Dragonriders in House of the Dragon? Find out here!

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Every DRAGON & Dragon Rider on HOUSE OF THE DRAGON, Explained

House of the Dragon has geared up to begin the Targaryan Cvil War: The Dance of the Dragons that will reshape the world of Game of Thrones. But…there sure are a lot of dragons, aren’t there? With lots of X names. So in this video we explain every dragon, who rides then,, and what this means for the future of the show.

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The first season of House of the Dragon has just ended and it delivered on so many great things. And it gave us so- many-dragons!
About 11 dragons have appeared in season 1. About 12 dragons have appeared in season 1 (2 takes)
Some are big, some are tiny, and some are freaking gigantic.

The show is very well made, however with so many dragons and riders it’s a bit hard to keep track of who’s who and which Targaryen rides what dragon.

So to make things easier, we compiled a list of all the dragons that appear in season 1, and we will go over every dragon, explaining who rides each dragon and their history.

We will also talk about some dragons that didn’t appear in the show yet.
Don’t worry, there won’t be any spoilers, but we are going to reveal who is the biggest living dragon in Westeros.

Surprise, it’s not Vhagar, it’s not even Balerion. There’s a massive dragon out there and its identity and story are wild.

So let’s go over all the dragons in House of the Dragon season 1, as well as all the dragon-riders, the different sizes and the special attributes some dragons have. Including a dragon that shoots gold flames, and another one that has blue flames.

According to Ryan Condal and George R. R. Martin we will see about 17 dragons in the show. Season 1 introduced some of them. And Season 2 will give us more dragons and battles.

Few things before we start.
We will be focusing only on dragons that appeared in season 1 or relevant to the story. So we won’t talk about every dragon that ever lived.

We will mention the size of some of the dragons, but there are no exact measurements for the dragons in the show or the book Fire and Blood which the show is based on.
We will mention the size when it’s relevant though.

The final note is that some of the dragons in the show barely appeared on screen. So for the sake of keeping this video visually interesting, when we talk about some of these dragons we’re gonna have to use some random footage to make it work. Apologies in advance. Blame Doug.

What did I do?

Don’t worry bud, no one’s gonna stay mad at a dog for too long, it’s all good.

Wait….I’m a dog? I thought I’m a small dragon.

Ahem… moving on.

To explain dragons we must explain the Targaryens history, since they are intertwined with each other.

About 8 thousand years before the events of House of the Dragon, the Valyriaians in Essos discovered the first dragons. Essos is the continent that is across the narrow sea from Westeros.
According to the Valyrians, the dragons were born from a ring of volcanos called the Fourteen Flames, meaning 14 active volcanoes.
[Dragons came from moon] It is known…

This happened shortly after the Long Night ended in Westeros. Strange coincidence I’m sure.

The Valyrians mastered the secrets of commanding dragons and became the dragonlords.
Neither House of the Dragon nor Game of Thrones ever explained this, but it’s implied that the Valyrians used magic and blood to create a bond with the dragons.

With this power they built the greatest empire in the world, ruling the majority of the continent of Essos.

Despite all the Valyrian empire’s power, nothing could save them from the doom. In one day, the entire land just blew up, likely due to all the fourteen volcanoes erupting at once.

This cataclysmic event is known as the Doom of Valyria. All the Valyrians and their dragons burned, an entire empire just gone in an instant.

Only two Valyrian houses survived the doom, the Targaryens and the Velaryons.
With their naval prowess, House Velaryon arrived in Westeros even before the Targaryens.