The documents of “Fire and Blood” agree that Rhaenyra’s virginity was lost after dating Daemon to King’s Landing, only there are two versions that are nothing alike.
We just saw the best episode of House of the Dragon so far. Were your jaws dropped at the cruelty of House Targaryen traditions? Wait until you read what we are about to tell about the versions that, according to the book fire and bloodby writer George RR Martin, spread throughout Westeros regarding how the princess and heiress to the Throne, Rhaenyra Targaryen (Milly Alcock), lost virginity after a night with his uncle Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith).
The novel is clear in saying that during the reign of Viserys I (Paddy Considine), Grand Master Rucinter took it upon himself to chronicle the events of the family in a more politically and socially correct way so as not to completely discredit the honor of his monarch, continuously overwhelmed by the edge of the Iron Throne; Mushroom, the jester of House Targaryen, character that was not adapted to this seriesbore witness to the most depraved passageswhich have been taken over by HBO Max to make this series more visceral.
Before continuing, understand that incest among the Targaryens is natural because it is their way of preserving the lineage as pure as possiblecompared to the Lannisters who do not necessarily carry that tradition and whose action between Cersei (Lena Headey) and Jamie (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) was brutally punished for being an abomination in times of better and modern customs.
Septon Eustace says that Rhaenyra’s maidenhood was sullied by her uncle, with whom he spent hours receiving compliments and flying over Caraxes and Syrax. It was Arryk Cargyll of the Kingsguard who discovered them and brought them before Viserys I, who again expelled his brother from the Keep.
Mushroom differs on how the virginity of the kingdom’s delight was terminated: victim of the yearning to please Ser Criston Cole (Fabien Frankel), who continually saw her as a girl, accepted Daemon’s help to “make him see you as a woman”.. He first taught her to kiss, then to masturbate a man. He undressed her, sucked on her breasts and they had long oral sex sessions in Blackwater Bay and often went to Silk Street brothels, as shown in the series.
And just the moment he brought Ser Criston to his chambers, he rejected her. The novel says that, sensing her scorn, in a fit of heat and anger, Rhaenyra gave her virginity to Harwin Strong the bearded vulture (Ryan Corr). From this moment on, the love and attraction she felt towards Ser Criston turned into hate and resentment. From being loyal to Rhaenyra, Ser Criston became an ally of Queen Alicent.
Did the famous tea for abortion exist?
No, after being reprimanded by her father and denied the blessing to marry her uncle, Rhaenyra was never helped or forced to drink a concoction to eradicate any nested seeds. for his lustful encounters with Daemon, but instead made the decision to leave and start a relentless war against his stepmother and ex-friend, Alicent Hightower (Emily Carey), taking possession of Dragonstone and marrying Laenor Valeryon (Theo Nate).
Nevertheless, It will be her wish to find a way to marry Daemon to prevent Alicent’s children from taking the Throne that, by decree, belongs to her.. We’ll see where the series takes us, which undoubtedly improved the terrible waste to which Craghas Drahar the crab feeder was subjected, a misstep by Ryan Condal and Miguel Sapochnik.