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Uncovering ‘House of the Dragon’ Intro’s Secret Meaning

The real meaning and inspiration behind the new 'House of The Dragon' intro

The second season of “House of the Dragon” has finally arrived, and with it, a new intro that has caught the attention of many fans. The new opening is inspired by a tapestry created in Europe during the Middle Ages.

The tapestry, known as the Bayeux Tapestry, is a 70-meter-long embroidery that depicts the conquest of England by William the Conqueror in 1066. It is considered one of the most important works of art from the Middle Ages and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The tapestry is made up of 58 scenes that tell the story of the conquest, from the Battle of Hastings to the coronation of William as King of England. The scenes are drawn in a way that is easy to understand, even for those who did not know how to read or write.

The creators of “House of the Dragon” have taken inspiration from the Bayeux Tapestry and have incorporated elements of it into the new intro of the show. The intro is a stunning visual representation of the Targaryen family tree, showing the events that led to the present day of the main characters.

The new intro is a departure from the first season’s opening, which featured a river of blood that showed the events of the Targaryen family tree. The new intro is more visually stunning and tells the story of the Targaryen family in a more detailed and intricate way.

Fans of the show are excited to see what other events will be added to the opening of the second season. Will we see more scenes from the Bayeux Tapestry? Will we see more details about the Targaryen family tree? Only time will tell.

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