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House of The Dragon Episode 4 will take us to the castle of Storm’s End for the first time




Game of Thrones was famous for its graphic sceneries, even more so for its majestic castles. The prequel House of The Dragon will be a first for a lot of things in the franchise – the first for 17 dragons to appear on screen, the first time we hear of Aegon’s dream, and the first time we visit Storm’s End. Yes, you heard it right. The fourth episode of House of The Dragon titled ‘King of the Narrow Sea’ is premiering this weekend, and the promotional photos that were released earlier show a first glimpse at Storm’s End.


Storm’s End is the ancestral seat of House Baratheon. In Game of Thrones, it was allotted to Renly Baratheon. He was the youngest of the three brothers of House Baratheon and was declared Lord of Storm’s End. We couldn’t see much of the castle of Storm’s End in the original series, as Renly camps on the outskirts of Stormlands. It was bestowed upon Renly by his brother, King Robert Baratheon, after he becomes the ruler of the Seven Kingdoms.

In one of the new pictures released by HBO from episode 4, Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen is seen visiting the Storm’s End, along with Ser Criston Cole. She is seen sitting next to Ser Borros Baratheon (Roger Evans), Lord of Storm’s End in House of The Dragon. And by the looks of it, she looks utterly unumused.

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