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More dragon-ravaged corpses pop up on the set of House of the Dragon




House of the Dragon‘s second season, which is now filming in Surrey and Leavesden Studios, appears to be a lot more action-packed than the first. Mysterious ravens frequently give astonishing details about the performers, surroundings, costumes, and storyline. The most recent images show the aftermath of a devastating combat, with high losses on both sides.

Burnt corpses lined up in a path of destruction

For the past few days, we have received consistent updates from the House of the Dragon set in Bourne Woods, Surrey. There may be some filming of the Battle of Rook’s Rest there, according to reports and leaks. One of the more recent leaks by a local Rodrick Almeid and UnBoxPHD revealed a number of charred bodies arranged one after the other in a straight line, looking as though a dragon had crisped them while flying above.

Scenes involving The Night’s Watch currently being filmed

Recently, several sites reported discovering another set near the location where the Battle of Rook’s Rest is being filmed that had been artificially snowed on. A few hours later, residents observed numerous extras dressed as Night’s Watch members; pictures of some of them were provided by Alicja Sz here.

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