House of Dragon Season 2: Release Date, Star Cast, Plot, and Much More

House of Dragon Season 2: Release Date, Star Cast, Plot, and Much More

After the hit of Game of Thrones, the House of the Dragon hit the ground and dragons returned to the universe on the summer of 2022. The audience response was terrific, and the hype was really justified. After the first season’s successful launch, the directors announced the second season and, tentatively scheduled to be launched in 2024 summers.

In this guide, I will tell you when you will be looking for about the House of the Dragons Season 2, all Episodes.

House of the Dragons Season 2 Release Date

House of the Dragons will be released on HBO Max in summer 2024. Speaking to Vulture at the tail end of 2022, HBO chief content officer Casey Bloys said, “We’re just starting to put the plan together, and just like last time, there are so many unknowns.

“It’s not to be coy or secretive, but you don’t want to say it’s going to be ready on this date, and then you have to move it… don’t expect it in 2023.”

If you have landed on the guide when it is already released, you can live stream House of the Dragon season 2 in every part of the world via online apps like HBO Max, Sky, Foxtel, etc.

EpisodesRelease DateRun Time
Episode 1 55-60 minutes
Episode 2 55-60 minutes
Episode 3 55-60 minutes
Episode 4 55-60 minutes
Episode 5 55-60 minutes
Episode 6 55-60 minutes
Episode 7 55-60 minutes
Episode 8 55-60 minutes

HOTD Season 2 Cast, Recurring Actors and New Comers

House of the Dragon is going to witness some recurring faces; however, as per the news, some new faces are expected to join the action.

Here is the list of House of the Dragon cast we can expect to return in Season 2:

  1. Steve Toussaint as Lord Corlys Velaryon
  2. Fabien Frankel as Ser Criston Cole
  3. Phia Saban as Helaena Targaryen
  4. Tom Glynn-Carney as Aegon II Targaryen
  5. Rhys Ifans as Ser Otto Hightower
  6. Eve Best as Princess Rhaenys Targaryen
  7. Graham McTavish as Ser Harrold Westerling
  8. Matt Smith as Prince Daemon Targaryen
  9. Olivia Cooke as Lady Alicent Hightower
  10. Emma D’Arcy as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen
  11. Ewan Mitchell as Aemond Targaryen

Milly Alcock and Emily Carey, who were adored by fans, won’t be reprising their roles as the younger versions of Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen and Lady Alicent Hightower due to the constraints of the timeline.

Although Emily Carey mentioned discussing potential flashbacks, the show’s creator Ryan Condal clarified to Variety, “I mean, look, I don’t know. [They] are not a part of the story that we’re telling yet. That’s not something we’re doing right now.” Nevertheless, he remains open to the idea, leaving room for their possible return in the future.

Paddy Considine, who portrayed King Viserys I, will not be returning after his character’s demise in Episode 9.

Additionally, Season 2 will introduce some fresh faces. Entertainment Weekly reported on April 24 that five new actors have been cast for the upcoming episodes. They are as follows:

  1. Gayle Rankin as Alys Rivers
  2. Freddie Fox as Ser Gwayn Hightower
  3. Amanda Collin as Jeyne Arryn
  4. Abubakar Salim as Alyn of Hull
  5. Simon Russell Beale as Ser Simon Strong
Rhys IfansSer Otto Hightower / Otto Hightower (18 episodes, 2022-2024)
Matt SmithPrince Daemon Targaryen (17 episodes, 2022-2024)
Graham McTavishSer Harrold Westerling (17 episodes, 2022-2024)
Fabien FrankelSer Criston Cole (17 episodes, 2022-2024)
Steve ToussaintLord Corlys ‘The Sea Snake’ Velaryon (14 episodes, 2022-2024)
Eve BestPrincess Rhaenys Targaryen / Rhaenys Targaryen (14 episodes, 2022-2024)
Emma D’ArcyQueen Rhaenyra Targaryen / Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen (13 episodes, 2022-2024)
Matthew NeedhamLord Larys ‘The Clubfoot’ Strong / Larys ‘The Clubfoot’ Strong (13 episodes, 2022-2024)
Olivia CookeQueen Alicent Hightower (12 episodes, 2022-2024)
Ewan MitchellPrince Aemond Targaryen (11 episodes, 2022-2024)
Paul KennedyLord Jasper ‘Ironrod’ Wylde (11 episodes, 2022-2024)
Harry CollettPrince Jacaerys ‘Jace’ Velaryon (10 episodes, 2022-2024)
Tom Glynn-CarneyKing Aegon II Targaryen / Prince Aegon Targaryen (10 episodes, 2022-2024)
Bethany AntoniaLady Baela Targaryen (10 episodes, 2022-2024)
Phoebe CampbellLady Rhaena Targaryen Y(10 episodes, 2022-2024)
Phia SabanQueen Helaena Targaryen / Princess Helaena Targaryen (10 episodes, 2022-2024)
Paddy ConsidineKing Viserys I Targaryen (9 episodes, 2022)
Anthony FlanaganSer Steffon Darklyn (9 episodes, 2022-2024)
Bill PatersonLord Lyman Beesbury (8 episodes, 2022)
Freddie FoxSer Gwayne Hightower (8 episodes, 2024)
Jefferson HallSer Tyland Lannister / Lord Jason Lannister (7 episodes, 2022-2024)
Jordon StevensElinda Massey (7 episodes, 2022-2024)
Simon Russell BealeSer Simon Strong (7 episodes, 2024)
Abubakar SalimAlyn of Hull (7 episodes, 2024)
Daniel WynesHightower Guard (7 episodes, 2024)
Gavin SpokesLord Lyonel Strong (6 episodes, 2022)
Sonoya MizunoMysaria / Mysaria ‘The White Worm’ (6 episodes, 2022-2024)
Milly AlcockPrincess Rhaenyra Targaryen (5 episodes, 2022)
Emily CareyQueen Alicent Hightower / Lady Alicent Hightower (5 episodes, 2022)
David HorovitchGrand Maester Mellos (5 episodes, 2022)
Kurt EgyiawanGrand Maester Orwyle / Maester Orwyle (5 episodes, 2022)
Luke TittensorSer Arryk Cargyll (5 episodes, 2022)
Michelle BonnardBrothel Madame / Brothel Madam (5 episodes, 2022-2024)
Maddie EvansDyana (5 episodes, 2022-2024)
Ryan CorrSer Harwin ‘Breakbones’ Strong (4 episodes, 2022)
Wil JohnsonSer Vaemond Velaryon (4 episodes, 2022)
Elliott TittensorSer Erryk Cargyll (4 episodes, 2022)
Alexis RabenTalya (4 episodes, 2022)
Gayle RankinAlys Rivers (4 episodes, 2024)
Phil DanielsMaester Gerardys (3 episodes, 2022)
Steffan RhodriLord Hobert Hightower (3 episodes, 2022)
Paul HickeyLord Allun Caswell (3 episodes, 2022)
Arty FroushanSer Qarl Correy / See Qarl Correy (3 episodes, 2022-2024)
Jack StaddonCharacter Not Announced Yet(3 episodes, 2024)
Leo HartPrince Jacaerys ‘Jace’ Velaryon (2 episodes, 2022)
Harvey Sadler & Elliot GrihaultPrince Lucerys ‘Luke’ Velaryon (2 episodes, 2022)
Ty TennantPrince Aegon Targaryen (2 episodes, 2022)
Leo AshtonPrince Aemond Targaryen (2 episodes, 2022)
Theo Nate, John Macmillan & Matt CarverSer Laenor Velaryon (2 episodes, 2022)
Evie AllenPrincess Helaena Targaryen (2 episodes, 2022)
Shani SmethurstLady Baela Targaryen (2 episodes, 2022)
Daniel Scott-SmithPrince Craghas ‘The Crabfeeder’ Drahar (2 episodes, 2022)
Eva Ossei-GerningLady Rhaena Targaryen (2 episodes, 2022)
Solly McLeodSer Joffrey Lonmouth (2 episodes, 2022)
Andrew BicknellDragonkeeper Elder (2 episodes, 2022)
Patrice NaiambanaDragonkeeper Elder (1 episode, 2022)
Julian Lewis JonesBijan Daneshmand
High Priest (2 episodes, 2022)Lord Boremund Baratheon (2 episodes, 2022)
Lucy BriersLady Ceira Lannister (2 episodes, 2022)
Nova Foueillis-MoséLady Laena Velaryon (2 episodes, 2022)
Max WrottesleySer Lorent Marbrand (2 episodes, 2022)
Gary RaymondHigh Septon (2 episodes, 2022)
Alana RamseyLady Lynesse Hightower (2 episodes, 2022)
Clea MartinRoyal Handmaiden (2 episodes, 2022)
Sean CernowBlack Cell Gaunt Prisoner (2 episodes, 2022)
Rosie EdeOlder Midwife (2 episodes, 2022)
Haqi AliMaester Kelvyn (2 episodes, 2022)
Kathryn DelaneyWet Nurse (2 episodes, 2022)
Anna FrancoliniLady Mallister (2 episodes, 2024)
Sian BrookeQueen Aemma Arryn (1 episode, 2022)
Roger EvansLord Borros Baratheon (1 episode, 2022)
Chris David StorerLord Humfrey Bracken (1 episode, 2022)
Gabriel ScottJerrel Bracken (1 episode, 2022)
Michael CarterKing Jaehaerys I Targaryen (1 episode, 2022)
Alfie ToddWillem Blackwood (1 episode, 2022)
Toby DixonLyseni Boy (1 episode, 2022)
Savannah SteynLady Laena Velaryon (1 episode, 2022)
Minnie MarxWoman in Black (Circus) (1 episode, 2022)
Garry CooperLord Ryam Redwyne (1 episode, 2022)
Jonny WeldonSamwell (1 episode, 2022)
Jonathan JaynesTheatre Player (1 episode, 2022)
Nicholas JonesLord Bartimos Celtigar (1 episode, 2022)
Samuel SargentVendor in Marquee (1 episode, 2022)
Nanna BlondellLady Laena Velaryon (1 episode, 2022)
Edward RoweSer Howland Sharp (1 episode, 2022)
David HounslowLord Rickon Stark (1 episode, 2022)
Oliver GrangeJon (1 episode, 2022)
Frankie WilsonCaptain Randyll Barret (1 episode, 2022)
Michael ElwynLord Simon Staunton (1 episode, 2022)
Owen OakeshottSer Gerold Royce (1 episode, 2022)
Paul LeonardLord Beric Dondarrion (1 episode, 2022)
Joanna DavidLady Joselyn Redwyne (1 episode, 2022)
Simon ChandlerSepton Eustace (1 episode, 2022)
Ben DillowaySer Soren (1 episode, 2022)
Mikhail SenMickon (1 episode, 2022)
Nina Barker-FrancisJayne (1 episode, 2022)
Rhys Parry JonesMaster of Revels (1 episode, 2022)
Philip YoungSilk Street Drunkard (1 episode, 2022)
Thom AshleyBrett Lannister (1 episode, 2022)
Bill BekeleHigh Tide Page (1 episode, 2022)
Tripti TripuraneniHelaena’s Nurse (1 episode, 2022)
Miriam LuciaLady Fell (1 episode, 2022)
Oscar SalemSer Addam (1 episode, 2022)
Aron von AndrianVelaryon Knight (Bloodstone) (1 episode, 2022)
Rachel RedfordLady Rhea Royce (1 episode, 2022)
Paul ClaytonLord Merryweather (1 episode, 2022)
David CannDragonkeeper (1 episode, 2022)
Martha ThomasQueen’s Handmaid (1 episode, 2022)
Dean NolanPrince Reggio Haratis (1 episode, 2022)
Arthur ContiQueen’s Page (1 episode, 2022)
Mirjam GermannDragonkeeper (1 episode, 2022)
Chris JarmanTriarchy Lieutenant (1 episode, 2022)
Arevinth V SarmaBlack Cell Prisoner 2 (1 episode, 2022)
Kieron JecchinisDragonstone Elder (1 episode, 2022)
Gareth MorrisonBlack Cell Prisoner 3 (1 episode, 2022)
John ArnedoGargantuan Brute (1 episode, 2022)
Rosa EscodaYounger Midwife (1 episode, 2022)
Ravi AujlaPentoshi Surgeon (1 episode, 2022)
Anna SariDragonkeeper Translator (1 episode, 2022)
Afolabi AlliDragonkeeper Acolyte (1 episode, 2022)
Vincent ReganKingsguard (1 episode, 2024)
Nicola WrightRatcatcher Woman (1 episode, 2024)
Dritan KastratiDornish Merchant (1 episode, 2024)
Darren SindenQueens Mallister Warrior (1 episode, 2024)
Bern CollaçoGold Cloak Guard (uncredited) (10 episodes, 2022)
Zak HollandLord Holland of the Blue Fjords (uncredited) (10 episodes, 2022)
Robert RyanHousehold Targaryen Guard (uncredited) (10 episodes, 2022)
Ketan MajmudarHousehold Targaryen Guard (uncredited) (7 episodes, 2022)
Celina NessaNoble Lady (uncredited) (2 episodes, 2022)
Hannah FlynnDancer (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Anna-Marie SullivanDancer (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Alexandra DoyleQueen Aemma’s Handmaid (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Richard PriceTargaryen Nobleman (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Jason LinesLaenor Mourner Noble (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Jessie VinningTyroshi Dancer (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Ramzan MiahHightowers Lender (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Steve LewingtonCrab-eaten soldier (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Iris GrimsRoyal Handmaiden (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Erol IsmailHouse Stark Knight (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Dan EustonHouse Lefford Knight (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
David DecioLord Mooton (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Henry WakefordFight Kid (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Laura LakeBaratheon Daughter (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Jag PatelHighborn Noble (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Mickey LewisKnight of Tarly (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Mark CollierNobleman (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Nick DavisonFight Pit Spectator (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Kemal ShahPriest (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Emma O’HaraBaratheon Daughter (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Marian LorencikHorse Carriage Driver (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Robert McCreaKings Guard (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Stuart CookeNobleman (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Antonio GalasGold Cloak Guard (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Luke ElkinsHighborn Noble (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Richard StanleyFlea Bottom Citizen / King’s Landing (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Rui M TomasTargaryen retainer (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Kika GreenCopper Penny (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Bo PonomariKings Guard (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Lewis ReynoldsVelaryon Guard (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Adam StocksKings Guard (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Megan-Rose BarterBaratheon Daughter (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Juliet GuinessSilent Sister (uncredited) (1 episode, 2022)
Andy M MilliganWarrior (uncredited) (1 episode, 2024)
Thom WilliamsonHightower Footsoldier (uncredited) (1 episode, 2024)
Darryl LaneSoldier / Tully Guard (uncredited) (1 episode, 2024)

How Many Episodes will there be for House of Dragon Season 2

House of the Dragon Season 2 will be more concise than its first season, featuring only eight episodes instead of the anticipated 10.

In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Clare Kilner, one of the directors on the show, discussed the upcoming season. She mentioned, “We have eight wonderful episodes with so much happening in every episode… and we have trouble, at times, condensing the content into just one hour.”

What’s Crunchy; the Entry of New Targaryen Bastard

Reports from Redanian Intelligence suggest that Robert Rhodes has been cast as Silver Denys in House of the Dragon Season 2. He is slated to appear in Episode 7, the penultimate episode, giving viewers a clue about the timeline of the upcoming season.

In George R.R. Martin’s book “Fire and Blood,” Silver Denys resides on Dragonstone during the initial stages of the Dance of the Dragons. He claims to be a descendant of King Maegor I Targaryen, also known as Maegor the Cruel. However, this assertion raises doubts since Maegor never had an heir, leading to speculation about Denys’s true parentage.

Season 2 is expected to portray Jacaerys Targaryen’s efforts to gather Dragonriders for revenge following the death of Lucerys. In the source material, Denys bravely attempts to mount Sheepstealer, but the Dragon violently severs his arm. Despite his sons’ attempts to assist him, they all meet a tragic end when the Cannibal dragon attacks.

Given this storyline, it’s unlikely that Denys will have a significant presence in the series, so viewers shouldn’t anticipate his character to endure for long.

What will House of the Dragon Season 2 Plot be all about?

In Season 2 of House of the Dragon, viewers can expect a slew of major events, including conspiracies brewing within the Red Keep, Rhaenys Targaryen once again riding Meleys, and the quest to find additional Dragonriders. One pivotal scene from George R.R. Martin’s 2018 novel Fire & Blood, known as the Blood and Cheese incident, might also be featured in the upcoming season. The show’s writer, Sara Hess hinted at this significant moment during an interview with Variety.

The first season of House of the Dragon concluded dramatically, with Aemond killing Lucerys during a dragon battle amidst a raging storm. Rhaenyra, striving to maintain peace between the greens and the blacks, receives the devastating news of her son’s demise. The final episode depicts her fury upon learning that Alicent’s son was responsible for her own son’s death, indicating that Rhaenyra is no longer inclined to be diplomatic. Expect intense developments and gripping storylines in the upcoming season.

How Many Houses are there in Fire & Blood (HOTD Season 2)

In George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood, a comprehensive history of House Targaryen, numerous noble houses are mentioned, each playing a significant role in Westeros’s complex politics and power struggles. Here are some of the notable houses featured in the book:

House Targaryen: The central House of the narrative, House Targaryen is a family of dragonlords from Valyria. They conquered and ruled the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros for nearly three centuries.

House Stark: The ruling House of the North, known for their ancestral home Winterfell and their direwolf sigil. They played a role in the Targaryen conquest and subsequent rule.

House Lannister: The powerful House from the Westerlands, known for their wealth and the seat at Casterly Rock. They were often entangled in political machinations and power struggles.

House Baratheon: A house founded by Orys Baratheon, a close ally of Aegon the Conqueror. They ruled the Stormlands and later the Seven Kingdoms after Robert’s Rebellion.

House Arryn: The ruling House of the Vale of Arryn, known for their mountainous region and their seat at the Eyrie. They maintained a degree of isolationism throughout much of the Targaryen rule.

House Martell: The ruling House of Dorne, a region in the south known for its hot climate and spicy food. They had a distinct culture and were the last of the Seven Kingdoms to join the Targaryen rule.

House Tyrell: The ruling House of the Reach, a fertile and populous region in the south of Westeros. They were known for their wealth and agricultural prowess.

House Greyjoy: The ruling House of the Iron Islands, a group of harsh and rocky islands in the Sunset Sea. They were known for their seafaring and raiding ways.

House Velaryon: A Valyrian family closely related to House Targaryen, known for their expertise in naval matters. They held the Driftmark and were prominent allies of the Targaryens.

House Hightower: The ruling House of Oldtown, one of the oldest and largest cities in Westeros. They were known for their wealth, influence, and the Hightower, a massive tower in Oldtown.

House Blackwood and House Bracken: These two houses in the Riverlands had a long-standing feud, reflecting the complex political landscape of the region.

Key Events in the House of Dragon Drama Series from the Book Fire & Blood

Here are some key events taken from the book “Fire & Blood” in the house of dragon drama series:

Aegon’s Conquest: The book starts with Aegon the Conqueror, who, with his sisters Visenya and Rhaenys, sets out to conquer the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros using their dragons.

The Reign of Aegon I: Aegon I Targaryen’s rule, his policies, and the challenges he faced in unifying the Seven Kingdoms under the Targaryen banner.

The Targaryen Civil War (Dance of the Dragons): One of the central conflicts in the book, the Dance of the Dragons, is a Targaryen civil war fought over the throne. It involved two rival branches of House Targaryen, each claiming the Iron Throne.

Reign of Jaehaerys I: Jaehaerys I, also known as Jaehaerys the Conciliator, was a wise and long-reigning king. His rule was marked by peace and prosperity, and he implemented many important reforms.

The Conquest of Dorne: Detailing the Targaryen attempts to bring the independent region of Dorne under their control, a conflict that lasted for several years.

The Reign of Maegor I: Maegor the Cruel, Aegon the Conqueror’s son, was a controversial king known for his brutal and authoritarian rule.

Reign of Jaehaerys II: The short and troubled reign of Jaehaerys II, which laid the groundwork for the events in the main series of books.

The Fall of the Dragons: Chronicling the decline of dragons in Westeros and the eventual extinction of the species.

The Blackfyre Rebellions: A series of conflicts where the legitimist faction, supporting the Targaryen dynasty, clashed with the Blackfyre pretenders, claiming to be legitimate Targaryen heirs.

Reign of Aegon III: Aegon III, also known as Aegon the Dragonbane, ruled during a tumultuous period after the civil war. His reign was marked by attempts to rebuild the realm after the devastation of the Dance of the Dragons.

What is House of the Dragon Season 2 Based on?

Game of Thrones is adapted from George R.R. Martin’s renowned A Song of Ice and Fire series. In contrast, House of the Dragon takes inspiration from his historical book, Fire & Blood. This book is attributed to an Archmaester of Westeros and presents diverse accounts chronicling the events of the Targaryen dynasty’s rule, offering readers insights into the complex history of Westeros.

Where does House of the Dragon fall in the Game of Thrones timeline?

The timeline of House of the Dragon begins about 172 years before the birth of Daenerys Stormborn and the demise of her father, the Mad King, Aerys. Aerys was the final Targaryen ruler to occupy the Iron Throne before the events of Game of Thrones unfolded.

Where is the show set of HOTD Season 2?

Like its predecessor, House of the Dragon predominantly unfolds in Westeros, featuring well-known locales such as King’s Landing and Dragonstone. However, viewers can anticipate the introduction of novel settings that have never been explored before in the series. Stay tuned to discover these intriguing new locations as the story unfolds. You can check the Map here

How many dragons are in the show?

Throughout the series, viewers might witness the presence of as many as 17 dragons.

ArraxPrince Lucerys Velaryon
Balerion (the Black Dread)King Aegon I Targaryen
 King Maegor I Targaryen
 Princess Aerea Targaryen
 Prince Viserys Targaryen
The CannibalNone
Caraxes the Blood WyrmPrince Aemon Targaryen
 Prince Daemon Targaryen
DreamfyrePrincess Rhaena Targaryen
 Queen Helaena Targaryen
DrogonQueen Daenerys Targaryen
Grey GhostNone
Meleys the Red QueenPrincess Alyssa Targaryen
 Princess Rhaenys Targaryen
MeraxesQueen Rhaenys Targaryen
MoondancerLady Baela Targaryen
MorghulPrincess Jaehaera Targaryen
MorningLady Rhaena Targaryen
QuicksilverKing Aenys I Targaryen
 Prince Aegon Targaryen
SeasmokeSer Laenor Velaryon
 Addam Velaryon
ShrykosPrince Jaehaerys Targaryen
SilverwingQueen Alysanne Targaryen
 Ulf the White
StormcloudPrince Aegon “the Younger” Targaryen
Sunfyre the GoldenKing Aegon II Targaryen
SyraxQueen Rhaenyra Targaryen[37]
TerraxJaenara Belaerys
Tessarion the Blue QueenPrince Daeron Targaryen
TyraxesPrince Joffrey Velaryon
VermaxPrince Jacaerys Velaryon
Vermithor the Bronze FuryKing Jaehaerys I Targaryen
Hugh Hammer
VhagarQueen Visenya Targaryen
 Prince Baelon the Brave
 Lady Laena Velaryon
 Prince Aemond Targaryen
Aurion’s unnamed dragonAurion
Dragon that died in the Red WasteUnknown
The last dragonNone

What happened in the Dance of the Dragons?

The “Dance of the Dragons” refers to the civil war among the Targaryens. Fans of Thrones might remember a brief conversation between young Shireen Baratheon and Ser Davos, discussing this battle while she reads a history book about it. To witness the unfolding of this significant chapter in Targaryen history, viewers must watch House of the Dragon closely.