Lysono by Mark Bulahao © Fantasy Flight Games
Lysono Maar is a sellsword from Lys in service to the Golden Company as spymaster.
Appearance and Character
Lysono is a Lyseni, with pale lilac eyes and long white-gold hair. His lips are full, giving him an almost feminine appearance at first glance. His fingernails are painted purple, and his earlobes drip with pearls and amethysts.
Lysono is glib but guarded in conversation. He speaks the Common Tongue of the Seven Kingdoms very well.
A Dance with Dragons
When the Golden Company arrives in Volantis, a disguised Lysono tries to arrange passage from the harbor to Daenerys Targaryen in Meereen. No trade ships are en route to the city, however, because of the Yunkish blockade during the second siege of Meereen.
Lysono swears his allegiance to Aegon Targaryen and is supportive of the plan to invade Westeros without the assistance of Daenerys and her dragons.
During the landing of the Golden Company, the cautious Harry Strickland suggests using Lysono's spies to gather information.
The Winds of Winter
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Near Griffin's Roost, Princess Arianne Martell and her party encounter Lysono with a column of sellswords from the Golden Company. His appearance reminds her of House Targaryen; while Lysono thinks that a compliment, Arianne is unnerved.
Quotes by Lysono
Arianne: You look...
Lysono: ...like a woman? That I am not.Lysono: Oh, even prettier. Though if truth be told, I have only seen the one.
Arianne: ...like a Targaryen.
Lysono: I am flattered. The women of House Targaryen are said to be without peer in all the world.
Arianne: And the men of House Targaryen?
—Arianne Martell and Lysono
Quotes about Lysono
The spymaster was new to Griff, a Lyseni named Lysono Maar, with lilac eyes and white-gold hair and lips that would have been the envy of a whore. At first glance, Griff had almost taken him for a woman.—thoughts of Jon Connington
Arianne's company was met by a column of sellswords down from Griffin's Roost, led by the most exotic creature that the princess had ever laid her eyes on, with painted fingernails and gemstones sparkling in his ears.—thoughts of Arianne Martell
—thoughts of Arianne Martell
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 24, The Lost Lord.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 The Winds of Winter, Arianne II
- ↑ A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 61, The Griffin Reborn.