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Denizens of Braavos

A listing of significant characters resident in Braavos at this time.

List of Characters

  • Donalo Prestayn (b. 126), the Sealord of Braavos,
    • Members of his Court:
      • Denyo Dimittis (b. 127), Chief Scribe to the Sealord of Braavos,
      • Idario Ferys (b. 137), First Sword of Braavos,
      • Tenesio Velaron (b. 139), Admiral of the Sealord's fleet,
    • Nobles of Braavos:
      • Hermea Lostayn (b. 116), Lady of House Lostayn,
      • Lotharo Gasparyon (b. 127), Lord of House Gasparyon,
    • Foreign Emissaries:
      • {Tybio Erosenes} (b. 136), envoy to Braavos from Lys, dead at the close of carnival (d. 165)
        • Dorant Hawick (b. 104), captain of the guard,
      • Yollo Estatis (b. 117), a magister of Pentos, envoy to Braavos,
      • Prince Aegon Targaryen (b. 136), emissary to Braavos,
        • Ser Philbert Celtigar (b. 122), a famous captain and former sellsail, commander of the galley King Jaehaerys, serving with the royal fleet, member of the embassy,
        • Emond Coldwater (b. 134), heir to Coldwater Burn, member of the embassy,
    • Residents of Braavos:
      • Terrio Parnel (b. 129), a representative of the Iron Bank of Braavos,
      • Elanzo Manterys (b. 114), merchant-captain of the Purple Rose,
        • Elenei Melcolm (b. 117), his concubine,
      • Taela Gresayn (b. 136), called the Wild Flower, a famous courtesan,
      • Doreah Vaar (b. 133), called the Mistress of Swords, a famous courtesan,
      • Bellegere Otherys (b. 131), called the Black Pearl, a reputed smuggler and pirate,
      • Varro Tavellen (b. 143), a bravo,