House of the Dragon is set to feature ten dragons in total in the first season, and all of them are said to have a difference in size, colour and appearance.
The Targaryens are the only house which can ride the Dragons in The House of the Dragons.
As per their family practice, whenever a new Targaryen baby is born, Targaryens keep a Dragon egg maintained with the newborn baby, which is considered a sign of good fortune for them.
One of the most exciting characters in the House of the Dragons is Daemon Targaryen, the rouge prince, the anti-hero in the series.
As Daemon Targaryen is one of the most important characters in the storyline, he will have an integral part in the Dance of the Dragon, and so will the Dragon that Daemon rides Caraxes.
Prince Aemon Targaryen rode Caraxes at first and later by Prince Daemon Targaryen.
Caraxes is known as the Blood Wyrm.
One of the most asked questions by the Game of Thrones and House of the Dragons fans is Why Caraxes is called the Blood Wyrm? and Who named Caraxes The Blood Wyrm?
If you are also looking for that answer, you have managed to land on the right page. This article will explain everything in detail.
House of the Dragons: Why Caraxes is Called The Blood Wyrm? Who named Caraxes The Blood Wyrm?
Caraxes is called the Blood Wyrm because of his large neck size and his red scales.
Compared to other dragons, Caraxes has a comparatively long neck resembling to a wyrm/snake, and because of his red scales, he is called the Blood Wyrm.
Also, coming to Caraxes’s demeanour is similar to The Rouge Prince, Daemon Targaryen. Caraxes is considered the fiercer Dragon in the lot. Caraxes and Daemon were like made for each other. The Dragon matched the ruthlessness that Daemon possesses.
Hence this was also one of the good reasons why Caraxes is called the Blood Wyrm.
Aemon Targaryen, aka Prince of Dragonstone, claimed Caraxes during the 72 AC.
When the Dragonkeepers looked after Caraxes, they saw him as the fiercest compared to his siblings of the Dragonpit; hence, he was nicknamed the “Blood Wyrm”.
Blood Wyrm is considered a good name for a Caraxes as he indeed looks like a wyrm covered in blood.