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A bloodied ship arrives at King’s Landing in new House of the Dragon set leaks



Set leaks on a regular basis demonstrate how swiftly the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon is being produced. Being one of the few shows that was unscathed by the writers’ strike was extremely beneficial to the series. After concluding shooting in Wales earlier this month, the show is now filming at Leavesden Studios. And a new leak hints at the aftermath of a battle

A new prop resembling a ship arrives at Leavesden Studios

In recent leaks, it was seen that a new Red Keep set was being constructed at Leavesden Studios. Today, a massive prop was being constructed on set, spotted by UnBoxPHD, which on closer inspection had blood stains on it. Is it a scene from the aftermath of the Battle of Gullet?

A closer look at the new House of the Dragon set at Leavesden

A full video mapping the entirety of the massive set at Leaveseden was also released by the YouTuber. It provides a closer look at the set design and several props that will be used in the second season of House of the Dragon.

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