King Joffrey has ruined the 'House of the Dragon' ending in 2013.

King Joffrey King Joffrey, one of the most famous villains from HBO's "Game of Thrones" series, is now gone, but his gruesome spirit is still alive through spoilers.

"House of the Dragon," the most recent HBO version of the epic Fantasy show and an ephemeral to "Thrones",

just aired the sixth episode of the series, which features an important time leap. 

About 10 years after the first episode, the princess Rhaenyra Targaryen who is the heir apparent to the king as well as queen Alicent Hightower, 

King Viserys I Targaryen's wife are played by older actors and have changed from being acquaintances to complete adversaries.

Anyone who is familiar with George R.R. Martin's novel "Fire and Blood" (or the numerous posts on Reddit) are already aware of the fate of two royals entangled in a bickering.

Anyone who was a fan of "Game of Thrones" was aware of what happened but it might not have occurred to them at the time, 

in 2013 when an episode of Season Three episode included what seemed to be a gimmick feature that was not apparent at the time.