“House of the Dragon” takes position a protracted, very long time sooner than the occasions of “Game of Thrones,” so it would not reasonably make sense for the overwhelming majority of “GOT” characters to make any kind of look. But there may be one persona enthusiasts are theorizing could seem the Red Witch, Melisandre (Carice van Houten). Could we see our outdated buddy in “House of the Dragon” season two and past?
Here’s a refresher if you have not thought of “Game of Thrones” shortly. Melisandre is a Red Priestess who aligns herself with Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane). She preaches the faith of R’hllor, sometimes called the Lord of Light, who is very intently related to the fireplace. The religion is a lot more in style within the Free Cities, and mainly no person in Westeros practices sooner than Melisandre comes. They additionally imagine the Prince That Was Promised, who will save everybody from the darkness. At first, Melisandre thinks it is Stannis, even though in the end she turns her attention towards Jon Snow (Kit Harington) — who’s secretly a Targaryen.
For a large number of “Game of Thrones,” it is exhausting to inform if Melisandre is for actual or no longer. She does create the smoke monster that kills Renly Baratheon (Gethin Anthony), however, virtually all of her attempts to lend a hand to Stannis do not truly paintings. But then, after Jon Snow is killed, she effectively brings him again to life. And through the Battle of Winterfell and the combat in opposition to the White Walkers, she makes use of her fireplace magic to lend a hand to the aspect of the residing. When the battle is over, she heads out into the snow to spite everything dying.
So how does that tie into “House of the Dragon”? When Melisandre brings Jon again to lifestyles, she takes to the air her necklace and divulges that she’s if truth be told an excessively outdated lady. She’s truly masses of years outdated. And what collection is about masses of years sooner than “Game of Thrones”? “House of the Dragon.”
Some enthusiasts have questioned if characters now we have already met are Melisandre in cover. A handmaiden in episode 9, Talya (Alexis Raben), lighting candles. Sure, she may have simply been lighting candles (as handmaidens steadily do), however some enthusiasts idea it is a clue. If the witch does in the long run seem, we might wager she’ll make a large splash in an instant and use a little bit extra fireplace than it takes to gentle a candle.
In “House of the Dragon,” King Viserys (Paddy Considine) stocks Aegon’s dream, aka the Song of Ice and Fire prophecy. That prophecy issues towards the prince — or princess — that used to be promised, similar to the faith of R’hllor. Rhaenyra (Emma D’Arcy) and her father each imagine that individual is her, even though we all know the struggle the prophecy predicts may not come for plenty of, a few years. But that does not imply Melisandre may not in finding her option to Westeros a while through the Dance of Dragons to lend a hand out the vegetables or blacks.
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