The protagonists of 'The House of the Dragon' reveal what it is really like to ride on dragons

    The premiere of the first chapter of ‘The house of the dragon’ has revolutionized the fans of ‘Game of Thrones’ who eagerly awaited the new episodes of the prequel centered on the Targaryen house. In addition, the followers of the series have been able to know thanks to a trailer some details of what will happen throughout the nine chapters that remain to be broadcast. And it is that, we always want to know more about our favorite series, for example, how they ride on the set in the incredible dragons that appear in fiction. Luckily, this last fact has been revealed by some actors of the series to the medium ‘AND! News’. Attention!

    Eve Best plays princess Rhaenys Targaryen and has explained that to record those scenes really a moving machine is used and whoever is on top of it must move as if they were on a motorcycle. “You’re strapped into a harness and there’s wind in your face. It’s pretty weird, but it was also lovely.”, Eve continued, commenting that the fake dragon “feels quite alive.” by her side, matt smithwho plays Prince Daemon Targaryen, has had a similar opinion, qualifying the experience as “great”.

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    Even though Matt and Eve liked to shoot these kinds of scenes, Milly Alockwho plays the younger version of Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, does not match them. Dragon scenes weren’t her “favorite thing” on set, though it was ultimately a “memorable experience” for her.

    Finally, Graham McTavish, who plays Ser Harrold Westerling, joked that the creatures were quite complicated: “I didn’t have much experience with dragons. There are so many more in this, all vying for attention. Very demanding. Oh little divas! Just because they can breathe fire.” Jokes aside, fans of the series would surely like to ride one of the dragons that appear in fiction or, at least, in the machine that is on the set.

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