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The Black QueenHouse Of The Dragon : Season 1 E...

The episode was met with acclaim from critics. On the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, it holds an approval rating of 93% based on 40 reviews, with an average rating of 8.3/10. The website's critical consensus said, "Culminating in a spectacular and tragic dance of dragons amidst a storm, 'The Black Queen' is a visually splendid capper to House of the Dragon's inaugural season."[6]

The Black QueenHouse of the Dragon : Season 1 E...

It received a rating of 5 out of 5 stars from Tom Percival of The Digital Fix,[7] 4.5 out of 5 stars from Alec Bojalad of Den of Geek, Molly Edwards of GamesRadar+ and Oliver Vandervoort of Game Rant,[8][9][10] and 4 out of 5 stars from Ed Power of The Telegraph and Hillary Kelly of Vulture.[11][12] Percival said that it was "a wonderfully compelling cliffhanger to leave the first season on" and an "excellent conclusion" to the season.[7] Edwards wrote in her verdict: "The season finale is another rock-solid episode, with dragons, disaster, and excellent performances from the cast."[9] In his review, Power stated, "with its series finale, House of the Dragon has emphatically seized the crown [...] and effortlessly taken up on the baton from Game of Thrones. As the curtain came down on its debut season, it was confirmed that it has the potential to soar as high as Thrones at its finest."[11] Reviewing for IGN, Helen O'Hara gave it an "amazing" score of 9 out of 10 and wrote in her verdict, "It's been a sometimes slow-burning first season to House of the Dragon, but the emotional impact of this finale shows that all that ground-laying has established characters to care about and invest in. It also kicks off the Dance of the Dragons in earnest with the best action scene of the season."[13] Erik Kain of Forbes called it "a tremendous and powerful season finale" and that it "surpassed every expectation".[14] Cameron Frew of Dexerto deemed it "breathtaking television" and considered the overall series "the best TV show of 2022".[15]

Lord Celtigar interrupts, arguing that talk of fighting men is irrelevant when Rhaenyra's forces command dragons in numbers not wielded in war since the Valyrian Freehold. Rhaenyra points out that the Greens command dragons too, but Daemon adds that they only have three adult dragons (Vhagar, Sunfyre, and Dreamfyre), while in addition to Caraxes, Syrax, and Meleys, the blacks possess Vermax, Arrax, and Tyraxes with Rhaenyra's sons and Moondancer with Baela. He also notes there are several unclaimed dragons in need of riders; Seasmoke, Vermithor and Silverwing, as well as three feral dragons (Grey Ghost, Sheepstealer, and the Cannibal) living wild on Dragonstone. Daemon proposes seizing Harrenhal as a base of operations and using the dragons to lay waste to King's Landing, but before further discussion can be had, Ser Erryk interrupts to inform them a galleon is approaching the island, flying the banner of a three-headed green dragon. Daemon grabs Dark Sister and order the garrison to battle positions.

Aemond chases Luke on their dragons, riding through a storm on the great beast Vhagar. When things start to get even more dangerous, Aemond tries to back away from the conflict, but Vhagar doesn't listen to him. Vhagar bites Luke's dragon in half, high above the clouds, killing both beast and rider. The season ends with Rhaenyra getting the news of her son's death. 041b061a72


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