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Fans mourn the passing of Erryk Cargyll during Cargyllbowl in House of the Dragon Season 2 Episode 2

RIP Ser Erryk Cargyll.



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Season 2 of House of the Dragon has begun impressively. With only two episodes aired, it’s already making headlines in an unprecedented manner. Moreover, the suspense and drama enveloping the forthcoming storylines have viewers eagerly anticipating what’s next. And this episode wasn’t devoid of tragedies either.

Erryk Cargyll commits suicide after killing Arryk

In the second episode of House of the Dragon Season 2, Arryk infiltrates the castle of Dragonstone disguised as a fisherman and then dons his Kingsguard armor, leading everyone to mistake him for Erryk. His plan goes awry when he confronts Rhaenyra in her chambers, only to be met by Erryk himself. The brothers engage in a fatal duel, with onlookers unable to discern which is which. Ultimately, after Arryk is slain, Ser Erryk takes his own life, unable to bear the guilt of

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Fans hail Erryk Cargyll for his loyalty

Fans were deeply saddened by the death of Ser Erryk Cargyll, who was loyal to Queen Rhaenyra till the end. He was a good man, a rare occurrence in Westeros. Some of the fans took to X and said:

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