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House of the Dragon deleted scene had Daemon comforting Rhaenyra after the death of baby Visenya




The first season of House of the Dragon did an excellent job of distilling everything we’ve come to love about the Game of Thrones series. Dragons, without a doubt, shone brightly, but the show’s most important aspects were emotions such as love, passion, desire, grief, and dread, as well as gore and treachery. Fans of the Targaryen drama are looking forward to the second season, which has received good reviews from both reviewers and audiences. A Season 1 deleted scene was just uncovered.

Daemon comforted Rhaenyra after she had a stillborn baby

It would be impossible to incorporate every scenario in the live adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s Fire and Blood because of its extensive depth. However, other sequences that may have provided further explanation for the tale were cut from the show after they had already been filmed. According to the fansite Hotd Croatia, which has previously leaked deleted scenes, another cut scene had Daemon consoling Rhaenyra after the stillborn birth of Visenya.

Graeme Dalling to play a fisherman in House of the Dragon

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Along with several leaks, a few more cast members have also been revealed. Graeme Dalling, who has appeared in shows like Doctors and Hollyoaks, will be playing Shipbreaker’s Bay Fisherman. He will probably show up early in the upcoming season and will aid Rhaenyra in looking for Lucerys’ remains in the sea.

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