'The House of the Dragon': There will be "more dragons" in season 2

One of the stars of 'The House of the Dragon' announces more action and "more dragons" in the second season

A song of ice and a lot of fire.

Spoilers for 'House of the Dragon' below

The second season of 'House of the Dragon' will turn up the heat on HBO Max, according to Graham McTavish, who plays Ser Harrold Westerling, one of the characters in 'House of the Dragon'.

The Scotsman plays the former Lord Commander of the Royal Guard, who walked away from services to the crown in the season one finale of 'LCDD'.

Speaking to Metro, McTavish suggested that in the second season of what is already one of HBO Max's best series, "there will be more dragons" as the Targaryens beat each other up (here's the Targaryen family tree, in case you get lost).


"I think the path it's taking is civil war," he began.

"Civil war is that big thing that countries indulge in when they don't have anyone else to go fight, they seem to like fighting each other and this is no different."

"They've had peace for a long, long time, and then all of a sudden they're literally destroying the kingdom from within and that's what makes it so interesting, so I would expect more of that: more division, more taking sides."



McTavish, whom 'Outlander' fans will recognize as Dougal MacKenzie, referred to the inevitable "escalation" of the action.

"I think it's going to come out of the locations that we've been in so far. The first season was a much more domestic experience, whereas this one is going to be a lot more fractured, and possibly move a little bit more into the world that people are familiar with. , like in 'Game of Thrones,' where there were multiple storylines existing at the same time." This was the case at least in the best seasons of 'Game of Thrones'.

"I imagine that's what it will be," he added. "And more dragons!" "When the series premieres again, a few will have been born. And they grow up very quickly...".

Via: DigitalSpy

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