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House of Dragons Season 2: Pause at the 34-minute mark of Episode 3 for a nod to Game of Thrones

House of Dragons Season 2: Pause at the 34-minute mark of Episode 3 for a nod to Game of Thrones

Warning, spoilers. It is recommended that you watch House of the Dragon Season 2 Episode 3 before continuing with this article.

Currently streaming on the MAX platform, House of Dragons Season 2 continues the bloody war raging within the Targaryen dynasty, adapted from the novel. Fire and blood By George RR Martin.

Each week, fans of the Game of Thrones spin-off will discover a new episode filled with tension, betrayal, jealousy and complicated alliances. In this second season, which finally begins the famous “Dance of Dragons”.

And the third episode, titled “The Burning Mill,” begins this unprecedented battle between Rhaenyra’s (Emma D’Arcy) camp and Aegon’s (Tom Glynn-Carney) camp. Everyone is preparing for the fight in their own way and we feel that the next episodes will be a scene of bloodbath.

Catch this Game of Thrones approach?

And Game of Thrones fans may have noticed an important little hidden detail in the third episode of House of the Dragon Season 2. A little Easter eggas it is called and which in this particular case is correctly named.

We really have to go to the 34th minute of episode 3, when Rhaenyra entrusts the safety of her youngest children to Raena (Phoebe Campbell), whom she sends to a safe place to avoid a fight and thus ensure her offspring.

But he also gives her dragon eggs—four to be exact—which she asks him to also take to Pentos by crossing the strait from Val.

The most observant fans will notice that among the eggs are gold, green, and black, reminiscent of other dragon eggs that Game of Thrones viewers are familiar with.

Indeed, the dragon eggs that Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) received as a wedding gift from Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa) on Pentos in the Game of Thrones pilot are the exact same color.

The director of the episode, Geeta Vasant Patel, confirmed the information in an interview Mashable : “It’s Daenerys’ eggs. Everyone who works on the show is a huge Game of Thrones fan, so it was really exciting to shoot that scene.”

We’ll have to wait for the House of the Dragon sequel to find out, but we imagine the fourth egg will give Reena a dragon to ride on if she ever finds herself left with no choice but to participate in the inevitable. the war

Season 2 of Dragon House is currently streaming on the MAX platform.

Source: Allocine

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