The main house is driftwood. It’s weather, the obvious residual storms may have engulfed other items, smooth and debris-free after going through the buffering process. Preferably a stable seat at King’s Landing. There are candles everywhere, giving a warm glow and small touches, making it less like a throne room but more like a home. Even the pedestal of the throne was only three steps from the floor. There’s nothing wooden echoing all around, making it even friendlier (and challenging to eavesdrop on conversations).
I also noticed a moment of great illumination. The room grew darker through the storm and the king’s entrance. Then the light warmed up as it was just Rhaenys and Corlys, who were no doubt about to go up the curved stairs in that room and go to sleep. You see a lot of blue on the walls and many valuable items for the family. Even Crab Feeder’s mask was put aside for Corlys to enjoy rather than to intimidate visitors.
This setup makes it clear that Corlys and Rhaenys are comfortable enough about their power and partnership that they are not. need to intimidate anyone. They don’t need fanfare or threats. Rhaenys may have intended to rule, but she is probably happier here than she was in King’s Landing.
Final Thoughts: I’ve noticed what appears to be a model of the castle in the room… what are the dominant families of Westeros that they need to have dollhouses?
“House of the Dragon” is airing on HBO and streaming on HBO Max.
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