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Fate Of The Dragon


Still with us? Then you're ready for the spoilers. As it turns out, none other than King Joffrey revealed the grisly fate of House of the Dragon's most beloved character, Rhaenyra Targaryen, way back in Game of Thrones season 3 episode 4.




Fate of the Dragon



At one point in the episode, the malevolent king is walking the Sept with his betrothed, Margaery Tyrell. He stops to point out the final resting place of the Targaryen princess and explains her horrific death in classic Joffrey style. "Rhaenyra Targaryen was murdered by her brother, or rather his dragon," he says with a disturbing amount of glee. "It ate her while her son watched. What's left of her is buried in the crypts right down there."


In an ironic twist of fate, that dragon egg that Rhaenyra rescues in House of the Dragon episode 2 could turn out to be none other than Sunfyre's. The egg was taken from Dreamfyre, and that similarity in names is surely no coincidence, though we'll have to wait and see to find out for certain (shout out to Reddit (opens in new tab) for this theory).


I was bored, so I thought why not write about all the dragons at the beginning of the Dance and what happened to them. I'll put the ones that survived the dance in caps. I'll try to guess their biological sex in brackets next to their names.


Dreamfyre (female) - ridden by Queen Helaena before the Dance, one of the largest dragons during the Dance, however Helaena went mad after the Blood and Cheese incident and was unable to ride, so the dragon spent the war at the Dragonpit, killed in the Storming of the Dragonpit;


Shrykos (female) - bonded with Prince Jaehaerys, both the Prince and the dragon were too young to ride, and the Prince died in the beginning of the war, so the dragon spent the war at the Dragonpit, killed in the Storming of the Dragonpit;


Morghul (male) - bonded with Princess Jaehaera, both the Princess and the dragon were too young to ride, so the dragon spent the war at the Dragonpit, killed in the Storming of the Dragonpit;


MORNING (female) - ridden by Princess Rhaena, hatched during the Dance, but the princess was unable to ride the dragon for years after the war, the princess was probably the last dragonrider before Daenerys and Drogon;


Vermithor (male)- previously ridden by King Jaehaerys I, the second largest dragon during the Dance, went wild on Dragonstone after the king's death, claimed by the dragonseed Hugh Hammer, severely injured by Seasmoke and Tessarion during the Second Battle of Tumbleton and died of injuries shortly after;


SILVERWING (female) - previously ridden by Queen Alysanne, one of the largest dragons during the Dance, went wild on Dragonstone after the queen's death, claimed by the dragonseed Ulf the White, after Ulf was killed shortly after the Second Battle of Tumbleton went wild again and made her layer on a small isle in the Red Lake;


SHEEPSTEALER (male) - wild dragon on Dragonstone who was never ridden before, claimed by the dragonseed Nettles, fled with her after the Queen her executed, lived with her in the Mountains of the Moon for a while at least;


CANNIBAL (male) - wild dragon on Dragonstone who was never ridden before, one of the largest dragons during the Dance, nobody dared approach his layer which was the farthest and most isolated on the Dragonmont;


Drogon flew off, shaking the wights from his flesh, but he is visibly fine and breathing at the end of the battle when he returns to Daenerys, wounded but unbowed. He even attempts to comfort the mother of dragons as her likely best and truest friend, Ser Jorah Mormont, departs this world. If a dragon could cry, this might be the moment. Instead Drogon rests to console Dany for another day. This is confirmation Drogon survived for anyone who was confused, however he was not alone.


Earlier this year, audiences returned to the land of Westeros with HBO's House of the Dragon, a prequel to their earlier hit series Game of Thrones, focused primarily on the Targaryen family. Despite the rocky reception to Game of Thrones' final season, this did not deter audiences from embracing the series, which scored a Season 2 renewal less than a week after its August premiere. Even though there is clearly an audience for stories based in and around the world created by George R. R. Martin, the man himself says that the fate of additional spinoffs are still undetermined.


Ellzor reveals that they are part of the deep elf royal family by way of bonding with Igneous, the daughter of Queen Umberspore of the deep elves. They travel through the cave of via dragonell and meet the Queen who promptly sends Ellzor off to their quarters for disobeying her. However, the Blue Crew is invited to stay for a feast after she learns that they saved Igneous.


Which is why the Chinese sensibly moved their New Year celebrations to February - to give themselves a couple of months to pay off their credit card bills before going hell for leather at the next party. After all, you'll notice they can afford to put on magnificent street parades, run around in dragon outfits, set off fireworks and bang all sorts of pots and pans, while we just get pissed and flock like lemmings to Trafalgar Square. Hey, do we know how to pardy, or what?


When talking to Storn, it becomes clear that creating the magical shield is weakening him and that time is short. He will also tell the tale of the Temple of Miraak and how dragons burned it to the ground in a huge battle long ago. Storn will conclude that dragons never managed to kill Miraak and that he has returned. He will shrewdly point out that you managed to see Miraak through the Black Book and will force you to admit being Dragonborn. He admits that he doesn't yet know whether you are meant to destroy or save his people. For now, he bids you go to Saering's Watch and learn the dragon word Miraak learned long ago, in hopes you will be able to break the spell cast upon the people of Solstheim.


Saering's Watch is the only dragon lair on Solstheim and is located in the northern part of the island, between Castle Karstaag Caverns and Benkongerike. It is inhabited by several leveled draugr and a leveled dragon. The battle can be quite hard as the enemies tend to attack in groups, so approach with caution. When all is said and done, learn the first word for the shout Bend Will and claim the contents from the boss-leveled chest next to the word wall. For an easier fight you can approach from the top of the mountain, where the dragon will busy itself attacking the draugr and not you. You can kill the dragon with ranged attacks before dropping down to learn the Word of Power.


The most devastating move in your arsenal is the drop attack. When moving downward from a jump you can perform a devastating slam into the ground. It destroys everything but the dragon on contact and is essential in taming the distance of out of control jumps.


You will have to travel northwest to reach the Word Wall. As you arrive, you will encounter a dragon attacking draugr. Entering the fray will start a three-sided battle between the dragon, the draugr, and yourself.


You need to find the Word Wall high up in the ruins. It would be advisable to kill the dragon first while the draugr can keep it distracted before focusing on the undead.


Saering's Watch is located on the north side of the island. When the Dragonborn arrives, a dragon is attacking the various draugr who appear in the area. After both are defeated, Miraak appears and absorbs the Dragon Soul before the Dragonborn can get there. The Bend Will shout can be learned from the Word Wall at the top of the lair.


(If Saering's Watch was cleared and Bend Will learned before speaking with Storn Crag-Strider, the quest objective will skip to the Wind Stone. There is no difference in Storn's dialogue should this be the case. Miraak will absorb the soul of the next dragon that the Dragonborn kills; it does not need to be the one at Saering's Watch.)


Albion was the name that the ancient Greeks called the island of Britain, before it was known as Britain.[2] However, in the world of Magecraft, it has a different meaning, it's the Last Pure-blooded dragon in the world.[2] Albion was 4.6 billion years old, making it as old as the planet Earth.[3][4]


In Britain, Albion was known as a dragon (mirage) that guards the "horizon" or "boundaries" which is said to be the gate to the other world, the land of hope.[5][6] It was a giant dragon, some saying that it was larger than mountains, and that each of its claws was the size of a tower. Most dragons sensed the end of the Age of Gods, so they moved to the Reverse Side of the World before the disappearance of Phantasmal Species. But Albion, unlike many others of its kind, did not flee with the coming of the Age of Man and stayed for a long time, perhaps because it thought it was strong enough. It later accepted the changing times, but when it finally prepared to head to the Reverse Side of the World, it was too late, as the gate from the surface to the Reverse Side of the World had already closed. Regretting its arrogance but refusing to give up, Albion decided to physically make it down there instead of relying on Mystery, using its giant body to sink into the depths of the earth, where traces of Mystery still remain. However, it died while it dug through the earth, and its corpse, which was larger than a mountain, remained in the ground, gradually being torn apart by the movement of the earth and gradually turning into a labyrinth.[7]


Merlin once foretold how the white dragonWP representing the SaxonsWP and the red dragonWP representing Britain would battle each other, and then afterward Britain would be united by a great king who would defeat the Gauls and Romans.[8] In truth, the red dragon and the white dragon, despite being in conflict, are the same Dragon named Albion.[6] Vortigern was the incarnation of the white dragon, born from within Britain to destroy human civilization and keep the island in the Age of Gods. He drank the blood of the white dragon, lost his humanity, and become the very will and avatar of Britain.[9][10] As part of King Uther's plan to defeat his brother Vortigern, Igraine was magically impregnated with the concept of the red dragon that protects Britain, and gave birth to Artoria, who had the very essence of the red dragon inside her body.[11][12] Vortigern as the incarnation of the white dragon and Artoria as the incarnation of the red dragon would battle over the fate of Britain, fulfilling Merlin's prophecy. 041b061a72


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