House of the Dragon is an HBO action-fantasy series based on portions of George R. Martin’s 2018 book Fire & Blood. It is a prequel and spin-off of Game of Thrones, which originally aired on the aforementioned network from 2011 to 2019, and is the adaptation of Martin’s ongoing major work, the Ice Song and Fire book series. Set 172 years before Daenerys Targaryen, the story revolves around the brutal War of Succession between two factions of the Royal House of Targaryen.
Although there are almost 200 years between the locations of the two shows, the universe of “Game of Thrones” belongs to the fantasy genre, full of dragons, zombies, magic and characters that can actually live. long through various means. One can wonder if characters from Game of Thrones will make an appearance in House of the Dragon. Here are some of our guesses.
The character of Game of Thrones that can appear in the house of the Dragon?
Since the series is full of dragons, the obvious answer to this question is probably Melisandre von Asshai (Carice van Houten), also known as the Red Woman or the Red Witch. She is the Red Priestess of R’hllor, the Lord of Light. According to character lore, she was born 100 years before Aegon I Targaryen conquered Westeros. So, if the creators of the series, which includes Martin himself, want it, Melisandre could show up in House of the Dragon at some point. In addition, van Houten has
He reportedly expressed interest in reprising his Game of Thrones role in the prequel. While we don’t know if other priests and priestesses of R’hllor have similar supernatural abilities of slow aging and longevity, in Season 6 we meet another Red Priestess, Kinvara (Ania Bukstein). A high-ranking member of the R for the Priesthood, she has a ruby necklace similar to Melisandre’s. So, it’s possible that Kinvara is at least as old as Melisandre. and may possibly
appear in House of the Dragon. Turning north, the Three-Eyed Raven (Struan Rodger and Max von Sydow) and Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) are great candidates for House of the Dragon. Both have the ability called Greensight, which allows them to see the past, present, and future and time travel. According to various theories, this is actually Brynden “Bloodraven” Rivers, one of King Aegon IV Targaryen’s great bastards.
The program never confirms this. In fact, the depiction of the three-eyed raven directly contradicts certain physical characteristics of the blood raven. The true identity of the three-eyed raven remains a mystery at the end of the series. a contemporary of Bloodraven or someone greater or lesser.
Co-showrunner Miguel Sapochnik has said in several interviews that “House of the Dragon” could potentially become an anthology series after covering “Dance of the Dragons”. “Absolutely. I think that’s one of the interesting things about the Targaryens,” he said. he said EW. “We chose a story that’s almost like Star Wars: Episode IV. It’s a new hope.
We can go back, we can go forward. There are many options. I hope they gave us a chance to establish something.” This means that House of the Dragon could represent other important events that took place during the Targaryen reign, from the Conquest to the Blackfyre Rebellion, the tragedy of Summerhall, and Robert’s Rebellion.
When that happens, especially the newest, younger versions of fan-favorite Game of Thrones characters like Ned Stark (Sean Bean as an adult, Robert Aramayo as a young man, and Sebastian Croft as a kid) and Robert Baratheon (Mark Addy), will appear in the prequel. If House of the Dragon becomes an anthology series, we might even see the Children of the Forest and the Night King (Richard Brake and Vladimír Furdík) in future seasons. The Children of the Forest, Leaf (Octavia Alexandru and Kae Alexander), were involved in the creation of the Night King long before the founding of Valyrian civilization. the Valyrian Freehold is Character from the original series that may appear.