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Molina-Whyte, Lidia (May 12, 2021). "Fans think Outlander's Graham McTavish is playing Harrold Westerling as he's spotted on House of the Dragon set". Radio Times. Archived from the original on October 7, 2021 . Retrieved May 12, 2021. Djawadi composed the music for all eight seasons of Game of Thrones, which garnered him three Grammy Awards nominations and two Emmy Awards wins.   Djawadi and the showrunners opted to retain the original theme song, " Game of Thrones Theme", for House of the Dragon. The song debuted in the opening credits of the second episode.  In an interview with The A.V. Club, Djawadi stated that the original theme song was used to "tie the shows together".  For the first season, Djawadi, along with Condal and Sapochnik, watched each episode and made notes on when the music should occur and what mood the music should set.  Character motifs from Game of Thrones are also featured in House of the Dragon, including the Dragon theme " Dracarys".  Language [ edit ]Daniel Scott-Smith as Craghas Drahar (season 1): A Myrish prince-admiral who leads the Triarchy in conquering the Stepstones, plaguing the Westerosi sea trade. He is known as the "Crabfeeder" for his practice of crucifying and feeding his captured enemies to crabs. Huddleston, Tom (August 22, 2022). "House of the Dragon recap: episode one – blood, guts, gore and tons of epic action". The Guardian. Archived from the original on October 18, 2022 . Retrieved October 30, 2022.
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By the end of the second hour, you can add more dragons, more extended exchanges in High Valyrian, a dragon’s egg, some decapitations, a hand in maggots, more bums and boobs, some arterial spray, narrative twists and turns that are still comprehensible (though we are still in the early stages and you can feel the barely controlled crowds of more jostling in the wings), a potential forbidden-love interest for Rhaenyra, and sailors fed to crabs – a lot more frightening than it sounds, actually.Egner, Jeremy (October 23, 2022). " 'House of the Dragon' Season 1 Finale Recap: A Queen Rises". The New York Times. Archived from the original on October 24, 2022 . Retrieved October 24, 2022. Sepinwall, Alan (August 19, 2022). " 'House of the Dragon' Is 'Game of Thrones' Minus the Fire". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on September 1, 2022 . Retrieved October 11, 2022.