House of the Dragon Episode 3: Who is Crabfeeder and how his mask crucially ties him to the story of Game of Thrones

house of the dragon is in full swing with the latest episode airing this weekend.

In the third episode of game of Thrones Spin-off that features a three-year forward time warp, we learn more about a particularly intriguing character.

Crabfeeder (Daniel Scott-Smith) was introduced in the first episode of the series when he is mentioned by Lord Corlys. The character is named for his favorite method of punishing enemies, which is leaving them on the beach for the crabs to feast on.

Behind the alias is Craghas Drahar, the self-proclaimed Prince-Admiral of the Triarchy who has been allowed to take over the Stepstones as his power base.

acc The Los Angeles Times, the Triarchy is an alliance of three of the nine Free Cities of western Essos. Most are former colonies of the old Valyrnian Empire. According to Lord Corlys, Crabfeeder and the Triarchy have begun attacking Velaryon ships, posing a threat to Westeros trade and travel.

The snaps of Crabfeeder viewers have seen so far have mostly been brief, but one thing stands out: his mask. The villain wears a golden mask that covers most of his face and has scars visible on it.

Rhaenyra and Alicent in the first episode of House of the Dragon.


As noted by Business Insiderthe costume actually helps connect Crabfeeder to the people of Essos.

The mask is the same type as that of the Sons of the Harpy game of Thrones wore. in the HaveDaenerys Targeryn’s (Emilia Clarke) reign in Slaver’s Bay was hampered by the Sons of the Harpy fighting the Mother of Dragon’s rule.

The choice of costumes shows that Crabfeeder is a fringe villain who identifies with the Sons of the Harpy’s anti-establishment message.

The third episode of house of the dragon also helped get rid of George RR Martin’s most hated scene Have.

house of the dragon continues on HBO on Sundays in the US at 9 p.m. The episode will be simulcast on Monday morning in the UK on NOW and will be shown again on Sky Atlantic at 9pm.

Find The Independent‘s episode three recap here. House of the Dragon Episode 3: Who is Crabfeeder and how his mask crucially ties him to the story of Game of Thrones


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