List of characters created for House of the Dragon
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This page lists the characters that have been created for House of the Dragon, the television adaptation of Fire & Blood and have no equivalent counterpart in the books. The characters are listed according to their first appearance or mention in the series.
- 1 Season 1
- 1.1 Episode 1: The Heirs of the Dragon
- 1.2 Episode 2: The Rogue Prince
- 1.3 Episode 3: Second of His Name
- 1.4 Episode 4: King of the Narrow Sea
- 1.5 Episode 5: We Light the Way
- 1.6 Episode 6: The Princess and the Queen
- 1.7 Episode 7: Driftmark
- 1.8 Episode 8: The Lord of the Tides
- 1.9 Episode 9: The Green Council
- 1.10 Episode 10: The Black Queen
- 2 Book-characters given new names
- 3 See also
Episode 1: The Heirs of the Dragon
- Septa Marlow, a tutor of histories for the young Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen and Lady Alicent Hightower. (mentioned only)
- Maester Mickon, played by Mikhail Sen. He is a maester at the Red Keep assisting Grand Maester Mellos.
- Captain Randyll Barret, played by Frankie Wilson. He is a captain of the City Watch of King's Landing, a friend and a lickspittle of Prince Daemon Targaryen.
- Elinor Stokeworth, the daughter of Lord Stokeworth. (mentioned only)
- Lord Beric Dondarrion, played by Paul Leonard. He is the Lord of Blackhaven and son of Lord Simon Dondarrion.
Episode 2: The Rogue Prince
- Ser Desmond Caron. He is a son of Ser Royce Caron.
- Ser Rymun Mallister, played by Tony Woodhead. He is a son of Lord Lymond Mallister.
- Ser Arlan Dondarrion, a knight of House Dondarrion who knighted Ser Criston Cole. His relation to Lord Dondarrion is unknown. (mentioned only)
Episode 3: Second of His Name
- Brett Lannister, played by Thom Ashley. He is a member of House Lannister.
- Lady Ceira Lannister, played by Lucy Briers. She is the widowed mother of Lord Jason Lannister and Ser Tyland Lannister
- Ser Howland Sharp, played by Edward Rowe. He is a knight sworn to House Targaryen.
- Samwell, played by Jonny Weldon. He is a singer and lutenist at the Red Keep.
- Lady Lynesse Hightower, played by Alana Ramsey. She is the wife of Lord Hobert Hightower.
- Lady Joselyn Redwyne, played by Joanna David. She is either the head of House Redwyne or the wife of Lord Redwyne.
- Ser Addam, played by Oscar Salem. He is a knight sworn to House Targaryen.
Episode 4: King of the Narrow Sea
- Willem Blackwood, played by Alfie Todd. He is a suitor to Rhaenyra Targaryen. He is based on Samwell Blackwood from the books.
- Jerrel Bracken, played by Gabriel Scott. He is a son of Lord Humfrey Bracken and a suitor to Rhaenyra Targaryen. He is based on Ser Amos Bracken from the books.
- Captain Oswin, the captain of Rhaenyra Targaryen's ship. (mentioned only)
- Ser Soren, played by Ben Dilloway. He is a knight sworn to House Hightower.
- Annora, a servant of Rhaenyra Targaryen. (mentioned only)
Episode 5: We Light the Way
- Ser Gerold Royce, played by Owen Oakeshott. He is a cousin of Lady Rhea Royce.
Episode 6: The Princess and the Queen
- Talya, played by Alexis Raben. She is a lady-in-waiting to Alicent Hightower.
- Eddard (uncredited). He is a servant of Viserys I Targaryen.
Episode 7: Driftmark
- Maester Kelvyn, played by Haqi Ali. He is the maester at High Tide serving House Velaryon.
Episode 8: The Lord of the Tides
- Dyana, played by Maddie Evans. She is a servant to Helaena Targaryen.
Episode 9: The Green Council
- Jon, played by Oliver Grange. He is King Viserys's attendant.
- Jayne, played by Nina Barker-Francis. She is working for Mysaria.
Episode 10: The Black Queen
Book-characters given new names
- Lord Hobert Hightower, played by Steffan Rhodri. Only named "Lord Hightower" in the books. ("The Heirs of the Dragon")
- Lord Lucas Blackwood, the Lord of Raventree during Aegon's Conquest. Only named "Lord Blackwood" in the books. (mentioned only) ("King of the Narrow Sea")
- Lord Allun Caswell, played by Paul Hickey. Only named "Lord Caswell" in the books. ("The Princess and the Queen")
- Prince Reggio Haratis, played by Dean Nolan. He is unnamed in the books. The Haratis family exists in the books as Gessio Haratis was a Pentoshi author living during the Century of Blood. ("The Princess and the Queen")
- Lord Simon Staunton, played by Michael Elwyn. Only named "Lord Staunton" in the books. ("The Black Queen")