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Fans’ excitement flies sky-high with the new House of the Dragon intro

Never skip House of the Dragon’s intro!



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House of the Dragon Season 2 is now here! The show is a prequel that takes place before Game of Thrones. The battle between the Blacks and the Greens, the two factions of the Targaryen dynasty, was set up in Season 1. The civil war in Dance of the Dragons began in Season 2. And the new opening intro plays a big role in it.

House of the Dragon Season 2 has a new intro

The new House of the Dragon opening struck a familiar chord with Ramin Djawadi’s brilliance. House of the Dragon: Season 2 carries on the Targaryen Bloodline tale, just like Season 1 did, but using a bloodstained tapestry instead. Aemma and Viserys are dead, and the bloodstream picks up where it left off. The death of Lucerys is then shown in the flow, with his sign covered in blood.

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Fans react to the new House of the Dragon intro

Just like with Game of Thrones, House of the Dragon’s opening is quite unskippable. The audience’s reaction mirrors the sentiment, who were busy discussing the several new details in the opening theme:

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