House of the Dragon:- How does Game of Thrones connected to the new show?

After nearly a decade of keeping fans engaged with several plot twists, Game of Thrones came to an end in 2019 with Season 8. The conclusion was unanimously slammed as it seemed the show had forgotten and assumed its own plot elements from the previous season. Incredibly ran. Still, House of the Dragon, a prequel series, maybe heal those old wounds. The new series focuses on the history of the Targaryen family and takes place almost two centuries before the original.

We will look at the civil war known as the Dance of the Dragons, and it is considered one of the most fascinating and bloody periods in the history of the dynasty. Once again, the Iron Throne is at the center of it all, as the dynastic battle unfolds after the death of King Viserys I Targaryen (played by Paddy Considine in the show). He has only one surviving daughter, Rainer Targaryen, from his first wife, and four from his second wife, so you can imagine what's going to happen next.

While Rainer was actually announced as the heir when he was alive, his death sees much controversy over this intriguing matter—whether he will receive precedence because he is the eldest, or will the throne go to Aegon, the first male heir? Nothing is going to be resolved peacefully, things are ready to spiral out of control and the dragons are ready to burn everything in their sight if necessary.

Daenerys Targaryen (played by Emilia Clarke) was at the center of GoT, and we followed her story for eight seasons and her transformation from a timid woman to a fiery queen, the Mother of Dragons, who succumbed to Targaryen's madness. given that the house was known for.

Daenerys was the youngest child born to King Aris II Targaryen and Queen Raila during Robert Baratheon's rebellion. After Robert ascended the throne, the Targaryens were ousted and the original series focused on Daenerys' mission to restore her family's legacy.

Game of Thrones begins with her marriage to Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa). After his death, he began to expand his empire into Essos and after freeing them from his masters, earned the loyalty of the unsung.

However, as the show progressed, she began to show signs of ruthlessness and eventually destroyed King's Landing to grab power from Queen Cersei (Lena Headey). He is eventually killed by Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) to prevent further massacres.