|Born||In either 283 AC or 284 AC, at Yunkai|
A Dance with Dragons (appears)|
The Winds of Winter (mentioned)
Malazza, known as the Girl General, is a Yunkai'i noble. She rides a white horse with red mane, and commands a hundred young, strapping slave soldiers, bred and trained by herself. All of them are lean, young, rippling with muscle, and naked but for breechclouts, yellow cloaks, and long bronze shields with erotic inlays.
Malazza is short, with a thick waist and heavy bosom. She wears a sculpted black steel breastplate inlaid with gold, showing a harpy rising with chains dangling from her claws.
A Dance with Dragons
Malazza is present at a slave auction held outside Meereen. Tyrion Lannister spots her in the crowd; a pair of slave soldiers have lifted her to shoulder height on a shield. She bids twenty-five hundred on Tyrion and Penny, but gives up the chase when Brown Ben Plumm bids three thousand on them.
The Winds of Winter
Malazza sends for Brown Ben Plumm just as the Second Siege of Meereen is commencing. She commands the Second Sons to defend the Wicked Sister, as she figures that Ser Barristan Selmy means to bring down all the trebuchets. However, Malazza's turn to be the Yunkai supreme commander ended at dawn. During Ben's absence, a Yunkai officer gives Inkpots the order from Gorzhak zo Eraz to bring the Second Sons to the shore of the bay. Inkpots refuses the order as Brown Ben is absent.
When Ben returns, he and his captains immediately have a meeting. Ben gives them the Girl General's order to defend the Wicked Sister, which does not go down well. Inkpots is baffled as to why the Girl General is still giving orders, as dawn has come and gone and she is behaving as if she were still the supreme commander. Ser Jorah Mormont reasons that the Girl General is still giving commands because she knows Pudding Face is about to assume command. Before the sellswords can decide what to do about Malazza's order, another Yunkai rider arrives with new orders from yet another supreme commander, Morghar zo Zherzyn.