House of the Dragon: Game of Thrones has secretly spoiled a major upcoming twist

A big upcoming turn in house of the dragon was apparently spoiled again game of Thrones.

Like its predecessor, the hit spin-off is based on the literary work of George RR Martin.

Just like it at thrones, house of the dragon has attracted a sizable following from viewers unfamiliar with the written source material.

However, staying away from the books might not be enough to protect everyone from spoilers – it turns out a main character’s death was spoiled long ago game of Thrones season three.

However, unless you’re particularly observant, you probably wouldn’t have noticed.

Big spoilers for house of the dragon follow – you have been warned!

The spoiler in question is contained in the Season 3 episode “And Now His Watch Is Ended.”

In the episode, King Joffrey reveals the fate of Rhaenyra Targaryen (played by Milly Alcock and later Emma D’Arcy in house of the dragon).

In one scene in particular, Joffrey escorts Margaery Tyrell to Rhaenyra’s grave.

Jack Gleeson as Joffrey in Game of Thrones

(Paul Schiraldi Photography)

“Rhaenyra Targaryen was murdered by her brother—or rather, his dragon,” says Joffrey. “It ate her while her son watched. What remains of her is buried in the crypts below.”

Rhaenyra’s brother, Aegon Targaryen, just entered house of the dragon as a baby. Her son has yet to be born.

Episode three of house of the dragon has provoked some complaints from viewers who claimed to have identified a plot hole in a key action piece.

house of the dragon continues every Sunday night on HBO in the US and early Monday in the UK on Sky and NOW.

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