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All The Major Differences Between Fire & Blood And House Of The Dragon

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It’s a relatively open secret that Laenor Velaryon is in love with his protector, Ser Joffrey Lonmouth, the Knight of Kisses. Rhaenyra seems to sense this when she uses the metaphor of preferring duck to goose to suggest an understanding between them on their engagement (in the book, Grand Maester Mellos says, “I don’t like the taste of fish, but when fish is served, I eat it” to describe how Laenor and Rhaenyra’s marriage might work).

In House of the Dragon, Laenor and Joffrey agree that his union with Rhaenyra is the best outcome they could hope for, especially when the observant Joffrey notes that Ser Criston is having trouble watching Rhaenyra on the dance floor. Laenor and Joffrey, who go so far as to cuddle in public, decide to let Criston in on their secret arrangement. Little do they know that the knight had asked the princess to flee with him to Essos…an offer she politely declined in order to fulfill her sovereign duties (according to one source in the book she is less polite). An enraged Criston punches Joffrey in front of the guests and strangely never faces consequences.

Criston Cole kills Joffrey Lonmouth in Fire & Blood, but under much more justifiable circumstances. At a tournament after the marriage (Book Viserys loved his tournaments), Ser Harwin rode for Rhaenyra, Ser Joffrey for Laenor, and Ser Criston for Alicent. In the competition, Criston smashed into Joffery’s helmet with his morning star, knocking him unconscious. He lived six more days while the newly married Laenor stayed by his side, but he never woke up.



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