HOTD: Is the Crabfeeder [Craghas Drahar] Really Dead? Explained

[Is the Crabfeeder/Craghas Drahar Dead or Alive?] The third episode titled “Second of His Name” of HOTD has just concluded, and things are moving along nicely. When we last saw our main characters, King Viserys Targaryen (Paddy Considine) had announced his engagement to Alicent Hightower (Emily Carey), and Corlys Velaryon had allied with Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith) in an effort to overthrow Craghas Crabfeeder played by Daniel Scott-Smith. Aegon II, Viserys and Alicent’s kid, is now two years old, and another child is on the way. In the meantime, Daemon and Corlys are losing a full-fledged war in the Stepstones. While the rest are occupied with a royal hunt, Rhaenyra Targaryen (Milly Alcock), who is under pressure to wed despite her wishes, spends most of the episode with Criston Cole (Fabien Frankel).  While the majority of the episode is set during the royal hunt. but the show’s conclusion brings us to the Stepstones to witness how the major fight concludes. This episode features just one significant fatality. Who dies in HOTD Eps 3? ( We have the information you need if you’re wondering if Craghas Drahar a.ka. Crabfeeder is still alive or dead in “House of the Dragon.”Here we have explained everything.

Is the Crabfeeder [Craghas Drahar] Dead or Alive? Explained

Daemon was on the ground battling the Tricarchy forces and making every effort to seize Stepstones. Due to the terrain, the others were unable to offer him much assistance. Whereas dragons couldn’t go, the Crabfeeder and his soldiers were sheltering in the caves. Additionally, the dragons were becoming weaker and suffering from injuries. The men of Daemon began to believe they had no other options. The Crabfeeder’s army was in the caves, and Lord Coryls, his brother Ser Vaemond Velaryon, and his son Laenor Velaryon realized they had little hope of defeating them until they came up with a strategy to lure them out. He claimed that the army might emerge if they used a man as bait and duped them into thinking they had surrendered, giving them the chance to attack them. Laenor thought Daemon might agree to take part in this suicide mission, but Vaemond claimed that nobody would. After finding some drive, Daemon ultimately succeeds in killing the Craghas “The Crabfeeder” Drahar in House of the Dragon Episode 3. How it all turns out let’s find out.

Until that point, Kings Landing had not offered any assistance to Daemon in House of the Dragon Episode 3. The fact that his own brother had abandoned him. Although the King believed it wouldn’t send the correct message. but Alicent Hightower persuaded him to aid Daemon in the conflict. Alicent informs him that killing a villain like Crabfeeder is important for the advancement of his realm. Viserys finally accepts.

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When Daemon gets a letter from his brother Viserys informing him that he is sending a fleet to assist him, the story begins. Viserys claims he is aware of their growing estrangement, but he wishes to help rather than see them fall out. Daemon is furious after reading this because he wanted to show his brother that he could accomplish this on his own.

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Daemon resolves to terminate it there and then by serving as the Crabfeeder’s bait due to his embarrassment. He moves to the beach and begins to wave a white flag while the Crabfeeder is close in a cave. When the army gets close enough, he starts slaughtering everyone after luring them out. Laenor appeared out of nowhere on his dragon, Seasmoke, as the armies emerged from hiding. Crabfeeder was conscious of his deception. Daemon went after him as he entered one of the caves. Daemon is able to enter the cave and exit with a dead Crabfeeder after engaging in a struggle that results in a tremendous bloodbath. The Crabfeeder couldn’t endure the force of his Valyrian sword, the Dark Sister.

The Crabfeeder’s severed body was dragged by the rebellious Prince from the cave. His face was covered in blood, and the cruelty in his eyes was evident. Those who had doubted his talent had an answer now. The fact that he killed Crabfeeder sent a clear message to Viserys and the Lords who had persuaded him to rebel against him even if he wasn’t the King or the heir to the Iron Throne.

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