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Cheese kicked a dog and became one of the most hated characters in House of the Dragon

Why would he even kick the dog?



Cheese kicks dog
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The second season of House of the Dragon has fans giddy with anticipation. This season’s exciting and unexpected plots are heavily influenced by George R.R. Martin’s Fire and Blood’s Targaryen Civil War. The story concerning Prince Daemon Targaryen’s hired assassins, Blood and Cheese, is the most horrifying of them all. They gained notoriety even before they committed the heinous act they were hired for.

Cheese kicks off fans’ hatred with animal abuse

The dreaded Blood and Cheese story arc has finally arrived, and fans had several reasons to hate it. While entering the Red Keep to execute Daemon’s command, Cheese is accompanied by a dog. However, for some reason, he decides to kick it away before leading Blood deeper into the castle.

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Fans are puzzled about Cheese kicking off a dog

Hurting a dog is a strict no no, that’s an established fact. Though the creatives used that scene to reflect Cheese’s heartlessness, fans absolutely hated it. A lot of them questioned its importance on social media, and if it was really necessary:

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