Does the Crabfeeder Have Greyscale in ‘House of the Dragon’?

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According to Vox, removing the affected skin and dousing the open flesh with a potion made of pine resin, elder twig bark, beeswax, and olive oil can improve the condition considerably. The procedure doesn’t come without its own dangers, though. According to Fandom, it is just as life-threatening to get it removed as it is to live with it. That’s some tricky stuff right there.


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