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Who Is The
Crabfeeder At
The End Of House
Of The Dragon
Episode 2?
Episode 2 of “House of the Dragon” gives us a glimpse at the threat the Lord Corlys Velaryon is so concerned about: A monstrous, masked figure called Crabfeeder, and the crab-themed torture that appears to give him his name. But who is this character, why is he important, and could he potentially provide a Night King-style threat to Westeros?
The masked purveyor of crab-themed brutality we see in the closing moments of Episode 2 is almost certainly none other than Craghas Drahar. If he's anything like his literary character from “Fire and Blood,” he's about to become a pretty major player in the series because he has the leadership of Myr, Lys, and Tyrosh — collectively known as the Triarchy.
Much like his book counterpart, the show's Craghas is known as Crabfeeder due to his peculiar tendency to leave his helpless enemies tied to debris on low tide, turning their drowned flesh into a crab banquet when the high tide rolls in. Now that he has the Stepstones, he's a force to be reckoned with but it remains to be seen whether he has the might to stand against dragons.