House of the dragon the third episode review!
Until now House of the dragon has been a really iconic show, with only a few episodes have been released. So, here is a short review about the third episode: (and of course this contains spoilers!)
Episode 3 House of the dragon Review:
The second episode, with the Targaryens place us in the heart of additional intrigue and politicization two years after the events of the previous episode. The new queen gives birth to a boy, another Aegon Targaryen, and is significantly pregnant with a second child after Viserys unexpectedly decides to marry Alicent Hightower (Emily Carey). This places Rhaenyra (Milly Alcock) in a perilous situation because the kingdom anticipates that two-year-old Aegon will succeed his elder half-sister as heir. The fact that Aliscent was Rhaenyra’s best friend and that their relationship was severely strained by Aliscent’s new position makes things more challenging.
While the court was in the woods celebrating the newborn, everyone was waiting for the king Viserys to announce that his daughter Rhaenyra Targaryen would never be the king’s heir after the born of his son Aegon Second of his name.
And for the Princess, it seems that Rhaenyra is getting marriage proposals from everywhere in the seven kingdoms, but the most important one is Jason Lannister whom the king described “His pride has pride:”
The 2nd part:
In the other hand, precisely in the Stepstones, we saw Crabfeeder nailling his victims with nails and cover them with crabs and then Daemon with his dragon, Caraxes, comes roasting everyone who came his way, then Crabfeeder and his men retreat into the caves.
Daemon calls the Drahar out to fight him.
However, the resistance was so strong that Daemon and his army were on the verge of being defeated.
At the end of the episode, we saw that Daemon sent to ask for his brother’s help, despite what happened between them, the king sent a letter to his brother.
It seemed to us that Daemon was upset, as we saw that he had carried the white flag in surrender to the Crabfeeder.
But it was only a hoax, and Daemon appeared in a fiery and enthusiastic scene where he was fighting an entire army alone until he almost got killed him. So, reinforcements came and one of the dragons saved him, as he went after Drahar and killed him at the end of the episode.
A whole review:
House of the Dragon – Episode 3 Review – IGN
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