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House of the Dragon might be filming another battle involving dragons at Bourne Woods this month




Season 2 of House of the Dragon is currently being produced at Leavesden Studios, and it already seems like it will be a lot more action-packed than Season 1. Some mysterious birds have been regularly revealing the plot, locales, costumes, and actors in great detail. The most current information is that some more battle scenes are approaching and will be filmed soon.

House of the Dragon to film a battle scene in Bourne Woods involving dragons

More than half of Season 2 of House of the Dragon’s filming has already been completed by HBO. Just a few weeks ago, principal photography in Spain and Wales was finished. At the same time, filming is taking place in the Leavesden Studios in the UK. We can infer that another combat scene is planned involving dragons based on recent leaks from the media clips fan account.

A picture showing props that will include 30 burnt dead bodies was spotted on set being constructed in Bourne Woods.

10 different sets being used for House of the Dragon Season 2

The whole footage of all the sets being built was uploaded to the UnBoxPHD YouTube channel. As you can see, the Red Keep has been significantly increased in size, and Scorpions have been positioned on the walls to ward off dragon attacks. For Season 2 of House of the Dragon, Leavesden Studios is creating a total of ten distinct sets.

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