‘Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon’: Trailer brings back flashes of violence and war, fans say ‘fire will reign’
‘It took one trailer to be 100% back on game of thrones,’ a fan said giving thumbs up to the trailer of prequel series
Finally, the highly anticipated trailer for much talked about prequel series, ‘Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon’ has been released by the makers. The visuals of the trailer look breath-taking and so is the cinematography and direction very brilliant as well. The trailer starts with King Viserys Targaryen’s (Paddy Considine) character saying, “The dream it was clearer than a memory. I heard the sound of thundering hooves, splintering shields, and ringing swords. I placed my heir upon the Iron Throne and all the dragons roared as one.” Which gave a hint that the biggest blood-filled war for the iron throne in the house of Targaryen is about to ensue and is inevitable.
Then we see Rhaenys Velaryon’s (Eve Best) character saying in dialogue, “Rhaenyra’s succession will be challenged. Knives will come out. Then we see Rhaenyra Targaryen’s (Emma D’Arcy) character saying dialogue to another character, “You are the king. Your duty is to take a new wife.” This gives a small clue that the war is unavoidable and will permanently shift the power dynamics and also change everything as well. Then we see Laenor Valaryon’s (John Macmillan) character saying, “War is afoot.” We see a young version of Rhaenyra (Milly Alcock) saying to someone, “Do you think the realm will accept me as their queen?.” Then we see Rhaenys replying to Rhaenyra, “A woman will not inherit the iron throne. Because that is the order of things.” That moment changes everything in their Targaryen family dynamics completely as from that point onwards we see a strong and fierce side of Rhaenyra who vows, “When I am the queen, I will create a new order.”
Overall we see the family of Targaryens almost 170 years before the events of Game of Thrones. There’s a glimpse of deceit, war, and blood where the house of the dragons are battling it out with each other through fair and unfair means just to get the power and throne into their hands. We saw Rhaenyra’s journey from being a meek and obedient child to becoming a strong-minded fierce warrior that is set to challenge the patriarchal law of order to inherit her father’s throne wherein she vows to create a whole new order when she becomes a queen. We see a sneak peek of dragons in their full form warring it out with the others. The trailer has a mix of history, action, war, fantasy, conflicted family dynamics, drama, and dragons as well. The trailer has been shot aesthetically and certainly got fans hooked to it.
Ever since the trailer has been released, fans have been giving in their reactions to the same. “Fire Will Reign,” a fan said. “Dragons are here..Dracarys!! Fire and Blood! #HouseoftheDragon,” said a fan. “I am personally very excited for more dragons,” said another fan. “Absolutely everything about this looks so awesome! I am finding my copy of Fire and Blood!,” said another fan. “It took all of one trailer for me to be 100% back in on game of thrones,” noted a fan. “I’m ready to be hurt again by HBO, bring it on,” shared another fan. “I’M AWAKE. Bring this show immediately,” a fan wrote. “This looks incredible,” shared another fan. “Oh man the amount of nostalgia I got from watching this … also I will be 100% watching for Olivia Cooke (my girl has come far since bates motel), Emma D’arcy, and the dragonsss,” noted a fan.
I am personally very excited for more dragons https://t.co/oDhBmbMUY8— Piéra Forde (@pieraforde) July 20, 2022
Absolutely everything about this looks so awesome! I am finding my copy of Fire and Blood! https://t.co/Myu8SU7ep6— Peter 🎲⚔️🎮 The Rebel GM. (@Eldrazi56) July 20, 2022
it took all of one trailer for me to be 100% back in on game of thrones https://t.co/JPdBZsBXvf— Lauren Snyder (@lojjj) July 20, 2022
I’m ready to be hurt again by HBO, bring it on https://t.co/herW5Z0zQZ— Vinny Chase (@NewportSh0rt) July 20, 2022
I’M AWAKE. Bring this show immediately https://t.co/hcqZAeEDSa— Pablo Aimar (@SVCarbaholic) July 20, 2022
Oh man the amount of nostalgia I got from watching this 😩…also I will be 100% watching for Olivia Cooke (my girl has come far since bates motel), Emma D’arcy, and the dragonsss. 🔥 https://t.co/vPeLhrtDVH— g o l d e n ☀️ (@gracefulglowup) July 20, 2022
‘Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon’ releases globally on HBO Max by August 21, 2022.
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