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House of the Dragon Season 2 Episode 3 promo teases first major battle

To war then!



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The second episode of House of the Dragon Season 2 is here. The tale of revenge has further progressed way ahead now – there’s no turning back. There have been losses on both sides, and the Greens and Blacks are ready for the civil war. The first battle is approaching at full speed in the third episode of House of the Dragon, as a new preview shows us what to expect.

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House of the Dragon Season 2 Episode 3 preview holds the first major battle of civil war

The Greens, hurt by Prince Jaehaerys’ brutal murder, have officially sounded the warhorn. In the preview, we see the Green army marching out for battle. In addition to that, we see both Alicent and Rhaenyra contemplating the war that is to come, with Rhaenys warning the latter how gruesome it is going to get.

Daemon is at Harrenhal with Caraxes, while the Cargyll twins are getting buried. The Brackens and Blackwoods make a comeback, which might be related to the Greens’ siege of the Riverlands. In the end, we see Baela plunging into action with Moondancer.

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