The Dragon Prince creators say no one has found some of season 1’s secrets

Modern TV show creators have to worry about more than good writing, believable characters, and visual style. Online audiences expect to dig into their stories and enjoy analyzing them, almost as if they were games to be won. In the age of fan theory, a good TV show is like a puzzle box waiting to be solved. In Netflix’s animated show The Dragon Prince, some of the clues are apparently hiding in plain sight.

A few weeks ago, I had the chance to sit down with The Dragon Prince co-creators Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond to talk about their fantasy show, and we touched on everything from doubts they had about the series to the way Ehasz’s project Avatar: The Last Airbender influenced their new creation. Here are some of the best bits from…

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