‘House of the Dragon’ Showrunner Says Vaemond Becomes a ‘Sympathetic Character’ in Episode 8!
Dragon House Episode 8 is about the Driftmark succession after Lord Corlys Velaryon is seriously injured. He previously named Lucerys Targaryen as his heir. However, Corlys’ younger brother Vaemond insists that he must be Corlys’ successor. Things are not going well for Wimond, and Dragon House Showrunner Ryan Condall calls him a “sympathetic character” in Episode 8.
Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for Dragon House Episode eight]
Episode 8 “House of the Dragon” is about the succession of the Driftmark
Corlys Velaryon suffers a serious injury Dragon House The eighth episode, which raises the issue of his succession. Lucerys’ son Rhaenyra and Laenor have been called the next Lord of Driftmark, but that doesn’t work for everyone.
Corlys’ younger brother Vaemond is especially angry. He believes that Rhaenyra’s children are not Velaryon. They are the illegitimate children of Sir Harwin Strong. “How about the Fellarion line? Is it inhaled? Replaced by junior strong house? ‘ asks Raines.
Despite King Viserys insisting that Lucerys inherit the throne, Queen Alicent has other hopes. Ryan Condall, the show’s model, said: Features. “And to give Vaemond strength, for if Vaemond takes power, he owes the Greens, and Velaryon’s fleet will go with them.”
Showrunner Ryan Condal says Vaemond became a sympathetic character in Episode 8
Almost everyone in King’s Landing revolves around the plain fact that the sons of Rhaenyra are illegitimate. Visions are in complete denial, while others simply refuse to speak directly about the accusation.
However, Weimond tells the truth frankly. “He knows these kids aren’t filarial,” said Will Johnson, who plays Faymond in the feature film.
“They’re white. They have brown hair. So obvious, everyone knows it. It’s the pink elephant in the corner, and nobody wants to talk about it, but Weimond is the only one who’s going to talk about it and who’s going to talk about it.”
In front of Viserys on the Iron Throne and a whole crowd of people, Vaemond exclaims that Rhaenyra’s sons are bastards and calls them a certain insult. After Faymond spoke, a demon cut his head in half. “Weimond actually became a bit of a sympathetic character in that moment,” Condall stated. “He came out with a bit of honor.”
Weimond’s words had dire consequences
Perhaps due to his honest nature, Faymond doesn’t seem to fully realize the consequences of his words Dragon House Episode eight. “Vaemond is one of those guys who don’t particularly like them, but he always tells the truth, and he just can’t help it. Show co-showrunner Miguel Saposhnik said in a feature.
He continued, “For this reason, he hasn’t gone very far in his life, but suddenly, in Episode VIII, he finds himself in line to inherit the Driftmark throne.” He is also mired in the contentious issue of Rhinera’s children and their real father. Because he’s kind of the right guy and he always wants to tell the truth that he misses how much everyone feels about it.”
Dragon House It airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.
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