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House of the Dragon deleted scene showed Alicent comforting Rhaenyra after her mother’s death




House of the Dragon‘s debut season did a masterful job of encapsulating everything we’ve grown to love about the Game of Thrones franchise. Dragons shined undoubtedly, but the crucial elements of the show; emotions like love, passion, desire, sadness, and terror, as well as gore, and treachery. Fans of the Targaryen drama are anxiously awaiting the second season, which earned positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. Recent revelations revealed a Season 1 deleted scene.

Rhaenyra breaks down in Alicent’s arms after Aemma’s funeral

George R. R. Martin’s Fire and Blood is quite detailed, and it’s not possible to include every scene in the live adaptation. However, some more scenes were axed from the show after being filmed, which might’ve added more context to the story. A recent leak by Hotd Croatia shows Rhaenyra hugging Alicent after the funeral rites of her mother, Aemma.

Daemon’s song to Vermithor was called “Lost Art of Dragonsong”

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Daemon meets Vermithor, the second largest dragon at the time of Dance of the Dragons, in the final episode of Season 1. He sings a Valyrian song to communicate with the beast, written by linguist David J. Peterson. The song is called the “Lost Art of Dragonsong” in the script.

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