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All the Valyrian dragon commands we know so far from House of the Dragon

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House of the Dragon episode 7 combined the best of everything we have come to love from the series. Love, blood, deception, and dragons. As the young prince Aemond Targaryen stole the most enormous dragon alive, Vhagar, he showed the audience many new dragon commands. The dragons are tamed to respond to Valyrian commands, and here’s all we know so far.

 
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Dracarys

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Undoubtedly the most well-known in the Game of Thrones universe. We have heard it numerous times, thanks to Daenerys Targaryen, which means “breathe dragonfire.”

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Dohaerās

We have heard this word a couple of times in House of the Dragon from the dragon handlers. Simply put, this word means “obey.” It can also mean “serve” since “Valar Dohaeris” meant “all men must serve.” Aemond also uses it to make Vhagar yield to him.

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Lykirī

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Aemond commands “Dohaeras” and “Lykiri” as he steals Vhagar in season 1 of House of the Dragon

Being used as a dragon command for the first time, Lykiri means “calm” or “calm down.” Aemond used Dohaeras and Lykiri just as Vhagar was revving to turn him into ash. Since Aemond has no prior dragon-riding experience, we can assume he learned these words from the dragon handlers, who also taught his brother and nephews.

Sōvēs

Aemond Targaryen gives this command to Vhagar. Daenerys used this once in season 3 of Game of Thrones and then replaced it with the Dothraki “Valahd” in season 5. Both commands signal the creature to take off or “fly.” The Dothraki means “horizon” in the most literal sense, but it is intended to be used as the “Hya!” or “Giddy Up” command on horses.

Umbās, Māzīs, Naejot, Rȳbās

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We heard a combination of a few of these words from the dragon handlers to Syrax as a young Princess Rhaenyra descended from her in season one. Umbās means “wait,” Māzīs is “come,” Naejot signals the “forward” command, and Rȳbās means “focus.”

How many of these did you already know? Lets us know in the comments.

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