The Dragon Prince Season 4 – Official “Moonlight” Clip (2022)

The dragon prince season 4 - official "moonlight" clip (2022)

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The Netflix original animated series The Dragon Prince returns for a nine-episode fourth season in November. On the night of his 17th birthday, Callum and his younger brother, Ezran, share a heartfelt moment as they contemplate the fate of their missing friend.

The next phase of The Dragon Prince saga is called “Mystery of Aaravos.” This new multi-season arc will see the enigmatic Startouch elf, Aaravos, take center stage, staking his claim to the magical world of Xadia after centuries of careful planning. The Dragon Prince is produced by Wonderstorm and led by co-creators Aaron Ehasz (head writer of Avatar: The Last Airbender) and Justin Richmond (game director of Uncharted 3).

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