George R.R. On How House of the Dragon Differs From GOT

In conjunction with the presentation of the series House of The Dragon, the author of the book and series, George R. R. Martin revealed How House of the Dragon Differs From From Game of Thrones.

George R.R. Martin On How House of the Dragon Differs From Game of Thrones

House of the Dragon Differs

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George R. R. Martin sparked controversy after describing the House of the Dragon series as similar to the tragedy of the famous English poet and playwright William Shakespeare.

George R. Martin explains the distinctions between Game of Thrones and House of the Dragon,saying, “House of the Dragon is different from Game of Thrones in some significant ways. Although yes, both shows involve issues of power and who will have the Iron Throne. But House of the Dragon is much more like a Shakespearean tragedy. “

George R. Martin said, “It’s full of great characters who you can love or you can hate. And guys who seem to be really sons of bitches and bad guys will do heroic things; characters who seem to be good will do awful things. kind of like human beings.”


House of the Dragon Differs

International author George R. Martin also confirmed the presence of a large number of dragons in the House of the Dragon series, which is derived from the original novel “Ice and Fire” that was narrated in the historical series “Game of Thrones,” which has achieved great success over the past years.


George Martin confirmed the presence of 17 dragons in the new series, in addition to many events related to the lives of dragons. Since the series focuses on the existence of these giant creatures that the family was famous for raising, the dragons were described in one of the promotional videos that were presented for the upcoming work “Dreams didn’t make us kings; dragons did,” by Damon Targaryen.

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