I didn't anticipate Viserys to be the main protagonist, but Paddy Considine absolutely kills every scene she's in and goes far above her Fire and Blood equivalent.

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House of the Dragon Visions, in the opinion of even George R.R. Martin, is a more sophisticated development of his own literature.

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In essence, Considine's Viserys is a nice man trapped in unfortunate circumstances that are all his own.

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He is an intriguing combination of intensely conflicted, depressed, vulnerable, hypocritical, courageous, and intolerant.

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I adore how this Viseries is rational and actively works to avert calamity (at least up until episode 6).

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Despite a combination of really poor and good choices made by him and his family.

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Damon facing Fire and Blood Visery on Rainera was not something I could fathom.

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loving his brother and daughter and being willing to overlook all of their wrongdoings.

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I get the impression that this Viserys is much more concerned about the future of their house, which causes some intriguing interpersonal conflict.

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There is no denying that Matt Smith is excellent in the role of Damon, and Millie Alcock has been wonderful as Rainera.

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