Sword Expert Reacts To House of the Dragon (So Far) | Fights, Weapons, Armor

Sword expert reacts to house of the dragon (so far) | fights, weapons, armor

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Watch a sword expert react to House of the Dragon! We take a look at the Game of Thrones prequel and and its House of the Dragon sword fight scenes! How realistic is the House of the Dragon jousting scene, the Daemon Targaryen fight with the Crab Feeder army, and the sword training scene featuring Aegon Targaryen, Aemond Targaryen, Jacaerys Velaryon, and Lucerys Velaryon? We got Matt Easton, an all-around sword, HEMA, and battle expert, to look at these HotD fight scenes and break down just how realistic they are.

Matt Easton is a Historical European Martial Artist, Antique Arms Dealer, and owner of the fencing club Schola Gladiatoria.

00:00 – Intro

00:38 – House of the Dragon Crab Feeder’s Army

06:56 – House of the Dragon Jousting Tournament

14:45 – House of the Dragon Sword Training

20:14 – Final Thoughts

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