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GoT Prequel House Of The Dragon Adding 17 Dragons, Reveals George RR Martin

House Of The Dragon Updates: Since the announcement of Game Of Thrones’ prequel House Of The Dragon’s pregnancy, fans have been eagerly awaiting any updates and details about the dream show. The House Of The Dragon will be built by George R. R. Martin himself and the showman Ryan J. Condal.

The shaver has been adding a number of actors and so far Paddy Considine, Emma D’Arcy, Olivia Cooke, Matt Smith, Steve Toussaint, and Rhys Ifan have been held hostage for the show.

The series will take place 200 years before the Game of Thrones events and narrates the beginning of the end of House Targaryen and the events leading up to the Targaryen civil war, Dance of the Dragons.

The series will be based on Martin’s 2018 novel Fire and Blood. Recently, the author himself made some exciting announcements about the upcoming prequel and revealed that there would be more than ten different draws in the series.

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According to CBR, George RR Martin while on the podcast Stuff Dreams Made Of Of talked about the HBO prequel series. While there were only three dragons on the GoT and all were ordered by the Daenerys, Martin revealed that members of the House Targaryen in the prequel series would have much more.

Martin said, “I’ve always thought this was a good story, it’s my favorite, so I’m looking forward to seeing it live on screen … And again, I’m looking forward to dragons! Obviously, I love dragons.”

He added: “We had three of them in the Game of Thrones but now we are like 17. And hopefully, each of them will have their own personality, they will be visible as soon as you see them, colors and all that.

And the riders of the dragon. That’s right. “Fans look at the history of the dragons through the GoT, however, the prequel series will delve deeper into the history of the dragons during Targaryens’ reign.

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