House of the Dragon Episode 6 Release Date, Spoilers, Recap, and Latest Information

On Sunday, HBO Max broadcast a bloody episode of House of the Dragon. However, you might have been confused if you stuck around after the credits to see a sneak peek of episode 6. The story suddenly jumps into the future, and new actors take on significant roles. What is happening here?

House of the Dragon Episode 6

When Will Episode 6 Of House Of The Dragon Be Released? A forthcoming episode of House of the Dragon has already been released. The sixth episode will release on September 26, 2022, on Monday.

Aegon matures

Then, in episode 5, Larys Strong, the guy with the clubfoot who spilled the beans on the pregnancy-preventing moon tea, is heard saying, “What are children but a weakness?” Littlefinger-style, I already despise this guy.

Nonetheless, his line serves as an excellent prelude to our introduction to the next generation of Targaryens. First, a younger Targaryen, most likely Alicent’s second son, Aemond, combats a dragon.

Later we see now-teenaged Aegon, Viserys and Alicent’s first son and the royal family member whom most of the kingdom wants to serve as Viserys’ successor – merely because he is male and Rhaenyra is not.

(Aegon is now played by Tom Glynn-Carney, which shouldn’t be too much of a change given how little we saw of the young actor before this.) He’s being trained to battle (maybe against Rhaenyra’s son?) Aegon appears to be somewhat arrogant.

He’s also dressed in green, the color of his mother’s home, as she declares, “You will be our king.” She appears to have taken a lesson from her father, Otto, and is now pushing her son, rather than her old friend Rhaenyra, to the throne.

Also Read: House of the Dragon fans want to know who wins: Drogon or Caraxes?

What will happen in House of the Dragon Episode 6?

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House of Dragons, like Game of Thrones, is set in the medieval age of kings and kingdoms. However, it is set roughly 300 years before Game of Thrones.

House of Dragons is a narrative about the Targaryen civil conflict that happened around the same time as Game of Thrones and is expected to have a similar theme.

The same old conflict between New Rhaenyra and Alicent

Princess Rhaenyra, once portrayed by Milly Alcock, 22, and currently portrayed by Emma D’Arcy, 30, is then seen on screen. It appears their relationship hasn’t been repaired over the previous ten years based on how Rhaenyra corrects her queen and former BFF and how Alicent cocks her head and gives Rhaenyra the death gaze.

Marriage is a family affair

We also see a mother and daughters like Laena Velaryon and her unborn child. Nanna Blondell now plays Laena, who has also been recast and aged. And if her spouse was riding dragons with her, who was he? It certainly appears to be Prince Daemon (Matt Smith).

They are indeed connected. They married and had kids, like practically everyone else on the show. No one can compare George R.R. Martin to V.C. Andrews. Don’t stand in their way because these duo won’t stop until they get what they want.

Ser Criston changes sides

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Ser Criston Cole (Fabien Frankel) started as Rhaenyra’s guard, then murdered her husband’s love at her wedding.

Now, he may be on Queen Alicent’s side, who persuaded him to murder himself in the Godswood at the end of episode 5. He may be seen battling Ser Harwin Strong (Ryan Corr), also known as Harwin Breakbones, who is known for his strength. If Ser Harwin is now Rhaenyra’s defender, this might be a proxy battle between Alicent and Rhaenyra. Keep an eye out.


Bringing Game of Thrones nostalgia into this and comparing everything with the previous edition of the show.

The excitement that dominated Game of Thrones for so many seasons may also be seen in House of the Dragon. I have high expectations that we will fall in love with them as the season progresses.


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