Will Melisandre Seem in Home of the Dragon?

“Home of the Dragon” takes place a protracted, very long time earlier than the occasions of “Sport of Thrones,” so it would not fairly make sense for overwhelming majority of “GOT” characters to make any form of look. However there may be one character followers are theorizing may seem: the Pink Witch, Melisandre (Carice van Houten). Might we see our outdated good friend in “Home of the Dragon” season two and past?

Here is a refresher if you have not considered “Sport of Thrones” shortly. Melisandre is a Pink Priestess who aligns herself with Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane). She preaches the faith of R’hllor, also referred to as the Lord of Mild, who’s very intently related to fireplace. The religion is rather more in style within the Free Cities, and mainly nobody in Westeros practices earlier than Melisandre comes. In addition they consider within the Prince That Was Promised, who will save everybody from the darkness. At first, Melisandre thinks it is Stannis, although ultimately she turns her attentions towards Jon Snow (Equipment Harington) — who’s secretly a Targaryen.

For lots of “Sport of Thrones,” it is laborious to inform if Melisandre is for actual or not. She does create the smoke monster that kills Renly Baratheon (Gethin Anthony), however virtually all her makes an attempt to assist Stannis do not actually work. However then, after Jon Snow is killed, she efficiently brings him again to life. And throughout the Battle of Winterfell and the battle towards the White Walkers, she makes use of her fireplace magic to assist the facet of the residing. When the warfare is over, she heads out into the snow to lastly die.

So how does that tie into “Home of the Dragon”? When Melisandre brings Jon again to life, she takes off her necklace and divulges that she’s truly a really outdated lady. She’s actually tons of of years outdated. And what collection is about tons of of years earlier than “Sport of Thrones”? “Home of the Dragon.”

Some followers have questioned if characters we have already met are Melisandre in disguise. A handmaiden in episode 9, Talya (Alexis Raben), lights candles. Positive, she may have simply been lighting candles (as handmaidens usually do), however some followers thought it is a clue. If the witch does in the end seem, we would guess she’ll make a giant splash instantly and use slightly extra fireplace than it takes to gentle a candle.

In “Home of the Dragon,” King Viserys (Paddy Considine) shares Aegon’s dream, aka the Track of Ice and Fireplace prophecy. That prophecy factors towards the prince — or princess — that was promised, similar to the faith of R’hllor. Rhaenyra (Emma D’Arcy) and her father each consider that particular person is her, although we all know the battle the prophecy predicts will not come for a lot of, a few years. However that does not imply Melisandre will not discover her strategy to Westeros a while throughout the Dance of Dragons to assist out the greens or blacks.

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