SPOILER WARNING FOR HOUSE OF THE DRAGON EPISODE 7!
So House of the Dragon is back again with more backstabbing, political in fighting and inter familiar relationships which make us extremely uncomfortable while watching. While this episode was fairly light in regards to easter eggs and references to the books, it is an episode that really drove the plot forward, and a number of events that took place in episode 7 will have a knock on effect moving forward, particularly during the infamous Dance of the Dragons. Tension is rising in Westeros, and sooner or later it is going to come to a boil….
So in this video we thought we would take a look at some of the things you might have missed in the episode, including foreshadowing, call backs and changes from the book. We will go over Laenor’s supposed death in the closing moments of episode 7 (and how exactly it differs from Fire & Blood), we will talk about the tenacious moves made by Prince Aemond and how exactly that will have major implications later on in the series, the subtle reference to one of the most popular characters in Game of Thrones, the ever dividing lines between the Greens and Blacks, the upcoming wedding you might have missed, who exactly the Merling King is, another problem with succession, the importance of Vhagar and the Freudian slip which puts the whole House of the Dragon in doubt. These are 10 or so things you might have missed in House of the Dragon episode 7!
What did you make of this video? Were there any we missed? Are you enjoying the series so far? Let us know in the comments below and make sure to subscribe to the channel today for all this and more.
0:26 Laenor’s Death
2:28 An Eye For An Eye
3:44 Hair Braids
4:38 Greens & Blacks
5:11 Aemond and Lucerys
5:53 Nice Day For a Green Wedding
8:09 Merling King
8:52 House Velaryon
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Written by: Aiden M
Narrated by: Chris Goodmakers
Edited by: Umair G
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