News 9 House of The Dragon Fan Theories That Actually Might Be True
9 House of The Dragon Fan Theories That Actually Might Be True
The first season of
House of The Dragon has come and gone in the blink of an eye, leaving fans with plenty to discuss and speculate about. As we eagerly await the next season, it's anyone's guess what's in store and whether we'll finally get answers to the burning questions that have been on our minds. In the meantime, let's explore some exciting theories and predictions for the show's future. Join us as we delve deeper into the world of House of The Dragon! Dragons, games of thrones, domestic chaos, and we have finished the first season of House of The Dragon. What a season it's been!
TV shows with such a wealth of information and storytelling always force viewers to involve themselves in the plot. Fan theories are a kind of way for the audience to participate in the storytelling process. Let's take a look at some of the most intriguing theories about the first season of
House of The Dragon.
9. Dragons can be an uncontrolled force
We all know that dragons have a deep loyalty to their masters. But we don't really know what an untamed dragon can do. Let's remember, in the first episode of season one, King Viserys tells Rhaenyra, ''The idea that we control Dragons is an illusion. The Dragons are a force that no one should underestimate. A force that brought an end to Valyria. If we don't learn from our own past, it will happen to us too.''
You may remember that in the last episode, we said goodbye to Rhaenyra's son and dragon because Aemond couldn't speak to his dragon either. Do you think that Viserys' warning will come true?
8. Did Mellos kill Aemma and the baby on purpose?
If you remember, Queen Aemma tragically died during a caesarean section. We also lost baby Baelon shortly after birth. And who was responsible for these deaths?
Mellos had said that Aemma was going to die either way, that he didn't think she could handle it, and that's why the king had to kill her to have the baby. The baby was alive when he was born. We saw Mellos take one look at the baby and then when we saw the baby he was dead. Do you think Mellos could have killed Aemma and Baelon?
7. Could Tyrion Lannister be a Targaryen?
When Game of Thrones ended, we didn't get a concrete answer about Tyrion Lannister's lineage. Some fans believe that
House of the Dragon has brought us closer to an answer.
The Targaryens are immune to greyscale disease. You may remember that Daemon Targaryen did not contract the disease during the battle of the Stepping Stones. Back in Game of Thrones, Tyrion was kidnapped by the Stone Men in Rhoyne. Despite this, he was never infected. Maybe it was because he was a Targaryen.
6. Does Larys have a secret gift?
The House of Strong is one of the few prominent families in Westeros with connections to the Ancient Gods. While this is not something
House of the Dragon explored directly in its first season, the series may very well address it in future episodes.
Larys Strong could play an important role if the show's creators choose to explore the Strong Household's connection to the Ancient Gods. Larys, who hasn't missed a rumor all season, seems to have eyes everywhere, doesn't he? Given the abundance of mice shown in the Red Castle and considering the Strong family's ancient ability to see through the eyes of animals, it seems that Larys may have a talent like Bran in Game of Thrones.
5. Who is the promised prince?
We've heard the 'Promised Prince' prophecy in both Game of Thrones and
House of the Dragon. Viserys had engraved King Aegon's prophecy 'A Song of Ice and Fire' on one of the Conqueror's knives. This indicates that the series and its creators are interested in exploring the history of prophecy.
We know that King Aegon II has the dagger now. However, neither he nor his close family members know about the prophecy. Viserys had told this prophecy only to Rhaenyra. We think Rhaenyra will get the dagger from her stepbrother next season.
4. Will the reason Daenerys went crazy be told in House of Dragon?
One of the biggest complaints fans had about the Game of Thrones series finale was Daenerys' decision to burn down King's Landing. Because Dany's father, King Aerys, was known as the 'Mad King', it had been suggested that Dany had succumbed to the same insanity.
Some fans believe that
House of the Dragon will help viewers better understand the madness that is believed to be a feature of the Targaryen family by explaining why the Red Castle was so important to Dany and her ancestors. 3. The members of the Targaryen Household can see the future.
According to the information in George R. R. Martin's books, those of the House of Targaryen had certain characteristics, such as platinum or silver hair, purple eyes and heat tolerance. In addition to these features, some Targaryens also have the ability to have vision-like dreams. Although a character with this ability has already shown up in
House of the Dragon, there are no potential candidates either. There may also be characters who have dreams about the future in the new season. 2. What does the last prophecy of Helaena tell?
Throughout the first season of
House of the Dragon, Helaena Targaryen had made small prophecies about future events in the series. She told us earlier that Aemon's eye would come out. So, what does 'monster under the boards' mean? Could she be referring to Aegon and Rhaenyra's battle for the throne? Or does she mean the hostility of a harmless person whom we think of as a friend? We're so confused! 1. More dragons can be born.
When Martin announced that the Game of Thrones prequel was in production, he had said that 17 dragons would be featured in the show. So far,
House of the Dragon has shown viewers only half of these 17 dragons. This may mean that we may see more dragons in the next season. Daemon's mention of the dragons that will be born in the season finale may confirm both this theory and the theory of untamable dragons that we mentioned above. Do you have any theories about House of The Dragon? Tell us in the comments!
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