‘House of the Dragon’ Game of Thrones’ Scene

In Sunday's third episode of "Dragon," the author's "least favourite scene in all eight seasons" of "Thrones" got a bit of a redo.

George R.R. Martin, the book's author, was very happy with the first season of HBO's Game of Thrones. "The death of Ned Stark could not have been done better,

Martin has said, and showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss were able to give some characters new layers. Martin was involved in the casting process,

which led to the discovery of many perfect unknowns (such as Cersei Lannister, as seen during her chat with Robert Baratheon about their ruined marriage

There were, however, two scenes in the show's first season in 2011 that bothered the best-selling author.

oth were caused by the fact that the production was trying to make the most epic TV series of all time on a budget that was considered big at the time ($6 million per episode)

but was far less than what was needed to do what the author had in mind. His prequel to Game of Thrones

, House of the Dragon, just "fixed" the scene that bothered him the most. In the first season of Game of Thrones

, King Robert went on a bad hunt through the woods with a few other people. A boar wentred him.

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