HOUSE OF THE DRAGON Season 2, Episode 5 Trailer Reveals Gruesome Fates and War’s Consequences

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Things are in a bit of disarray on both sides of the Targaryen civil war after House of the Dragon season two, episode four. And the trailer for House of the Dragon season two, episode five, highlights many of the reasons why. So if you haven’t seen the latest episode of the series, look away. And definitely don’t hit play on House of the Dragon season two, episode five’s trailer. War has arrived in earnest now, and it takes many shapes. But which of these paths will bring victory? We’ll just have to wait and see.

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You can watch the full trailer for House of the Dragon season two, episode five, below.

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The Battle at Rook’s Rest shook the world of House of the Dragon. On Rhaenyra’s side of things, a dragon and valuable ally was lost, as Rhaenys Targaryen and her dragon Meleys, were killed in the skirmish, taken out by Aegon Targaryen and his dragon Vhagar. Of course, the surprise appearance of King Aegon didn’t end well for the Greens either. Now, the King appears to be struggling for his life, even as he is lauded as a dragon-killing hero in the trailer for House of the Dragon season two, episode five.

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Then, of course, the House of the Dragon trailer reveals more of Daemon who is continuing his eerie stay at Harrenhal and seemingly becoming obsessed with the idea of his own potential claim to the throne anew. That’s not good news for any side of the war.

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Even House of the Dragon‘s dastardly Crison Cole admits in the episode five trailer that “what we must do now is terrible.” What could make even the worst character ever murmur those words? We’ll find out when House of the Dragon season two, episode five, airs on July 13 at 9 PM on HBO and Max. You can check out more details about  House of the Dragon season two’s full release schedule here. In the meanwhile, we’ll be pondering just how many ways there are to win a war.

As this trailer suggests, we bet none of them will end well on House of the Dragon.

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