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House Of The Dragon's Writers Have An Idea Of Where (And When) The Series Will End

House Of The Dragon's Writers Have An Idea Of Where (And When) The Series Will End

"House of the Dragon" has already proven itself better than "Game of Thrones" in many ways: the show's cutting-edge visuals and understanding of the source material are striking, and so far, it's an intriguing lesson in character study and fantasy warfare. It's also profoundly controversial — an adaptation of George R.R. Martin's 2018 novel "Fire & Blood," the prequel tells the history of Westeros through the lens of the famously incestuous Targaryen dynasty. The book is a single-volume novel, meaning the story is complete — there is a beginning, middle, and end — unlike the "Game of Thrones" novels, which Martin is still laboring to complete.

"House of the Dragon" co-showrunners Ryan Condal and Miguel Sapochnik are far more fortunate when compared to "Game of Thrones" showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, who were left to devise an ending on their own, and weren't able to deliver the conclusion the story deserved.

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