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| Character_name          = Prendahl na Ghezn
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| Character_name          = Prendahl na Ghezn [[File:Stormcrows.svg|50px|left]] [[File:Stormcrows.svg|50px|right]]
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| image        = [[File:Prendahl na Ghezn.jpg|250px]]
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| image_caption = © Fantasy Flight Games
 
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| Allegiance = [[Stormcrows]]
 
| Allegiance = [[Stormcrows]]
 
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| Culture = [[Ghiscari]]
 
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| Place_of_Death = [[Yunkai]]
 
| Place_of_Death = [[Yunkai]]
| Date_of_Death = +/- [[299 AL]]
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| Date_of_Death = {{Date|299}}
| Books = [[A Storm of Swords]]
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| Books = ''[[A Storm of Swords]]'' (appears)<br>''[[A Dance with Dragons]]'' (mentioned)
 
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| Played_by      = Ramon Tikaram
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| TV_series      = [[Game of Thrones - Season 3|Season 3]]
 
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'''Prendahl na Ghezn''' was a captain of the mercenary company [[Stormcrows]]. He was [[Ghis]]cari. He was slain by his own men outside of [[Yunkai]].<ref>[[A Storm of Swords]], [[A Storm of Swords-Chapter 42|Chapter 42]], Daenerys</ref>
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'''Prendahl na Ghezn''' is a [[Ghis]]cari captain of the mercenary company [[Stormcrows]].{{ref|ASOS|42}}
  
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
He had a broad face with dark hair with some grey in it.<ref>[[A Storm of Swords]], [[A Storm of Swords-Chapter 42|Chapter 42]], Daenerys</ref>
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Prendahl is a thickset man with a broad face. His dark hair has some grey in it.{{ref|ASOS|42}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
===A Storm of Swords===
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===''A Storm of Swords''===
Prendahl took a contract with Yunkai to defend them against the army of [[Daenerys Targaryen]]. Daenerys attempted to win them over but Prendahl refused. However the Stormcrows were a company of free men and he returned to the camp to give them the offer. Upon his return he was killed along with [[Sallor|Sallor the Bald]] by [[Daario Naharis]] who brought the Stormcrows over to Daenerys.<ref>[[A Storm of Swords]], [[A Storm of Swords-Chapter 42|Chapter 42]], Daenerys</ref>
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Prendahl takes a contract with [[Yunkai]] to defend them against the army of [[Daenerys Targaryen]]. Daenerys attempts to win them over, but Prendahl personally refuses. However, the Stormcrows are a company of free men and he returns to the camp to give them the offer. [[Daario Naharis]], a fellow captain, has already been won over, however. Daario kills Prendahl and [[Sallor the Bald]] and delivers their heads to Daenerys in order to bring the Stormcrows over to her. Daenerys's [[dragon]]s eat the heads.{{ref|asos|42}}{{ref|ADWD|11}}
  
==References and Notes==
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==Quotes by Prendahl==
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{{quote|'''Prendahl''': The [[Stormcrows]] do not stand alone.<br>
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'''Daenerys''': Stormcrows do not stand at all. They fly, at the first sign of thunder. Perhaps you should be flying now.{{ref|ASOS|42}}|Prendahl and [[Daenerys Targaryen]]}}
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{{quote|'''Daenerys''': I am Daenerys Stormborn of [[House Targaryen]], the Unburnt, Mother of Dragons, [[khaleesi]] to [[Drogo]]'s riders, and queen of the [[Seven Kingdoms]] of [[Westeros]].<br>
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'''Prendahl''': What you are is a [[khal|horselord's]] whore. When we break you, I will breed you to my stallion.{{ref|ASOS|42}}|[[Daenerys Targaryen]] and Prendahl}}
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==Quotes about Prendahl==
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{{quote|Prendahl talked too much and said too little. And [[Sallor the Bald|Sallor]] picked his nose as if his snot was gold.{{ref|ASOS|42}}|[[Daario Naharis]] to [[Daenerys Targaryen]]}}
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==References==
 
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[[Category:Characters from the eastern continent]]
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[[Category:Casualties of the Targaryen campaign in Slaver's Bay|Ghezn, Prendahl na]]
[[Category:Mercenaries]]
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[[Category:Characters from Essos|Ghezn, Prendahl na]]
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[[Category:Characters killed by Daario Naharis|Ghezn, Prendahl na]]
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[[Category:Ghiscari|Ghezn, Prendahl na]]
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[[Category:Members of the Stormcrows|Ghezn, Prendahl na]]
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[[Category:Mercenaries|Ghezn, Prendahl na]]
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[[ru:Прендаль на Гхезн]]
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[[zh:普兰达·纳·纪森]]

Latest revision as of 16:12, 13 August 2019

Prendahl na Ghezn
Stormcrows.svg
Stormcrows.svg
Prendahl na Ghezn.jpg
© Fantasy Flight Games

Allegiance Stormcrows
Culture Ghiscari
Died In 299 AC, at Yunkai
Book(s) A Storm of Swords (appears)
A Dance with Dragons (mentioned)

Played by Ramon Tikaram
TV series Season 3

Prendahl na Ghezn is a Ghiscari captain of the mercenary company Stormcrows.[1]

Appearance

Prendahl is a thickset man with a broad face. His dark hair has some grey in it.[1]

Recent Events

A Storm of Swords

Prendahl takes a contract with Yunkai to defend them against the army of Daenerys Targaryen. Daenerys attempts to win them over, but Prendahl personally refuses. However, the Stormcrows are a company of free men and he returns to the camp to give them the offer. Daario Naharis, a fellow captain, has already been won over, however. Daario kills Prendahl and Sallor the Bald and delivers their heads to Daenerys in order to bring the Stormcrows over to her. Daenerys's dragons eat the heads.[1][2]

Quotes by Prendahl

Prendahl: The Stormcrows do not stand alone.
Daenerys: Stormcrows do not stand at all. They fly, at the first sign of thunder. Perhaps you should be flying now.[1]

—Prendahl and Daenerys Targaryen

Daenerys: I am Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen, the Unburnt, Mother of Dragons, khaleesi to Drogo's riders, and queen of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros.
Prendahl: What you are is a horselord's whore. When we break you, I will breed you to my stallion.[1]

Daenerys Targaryen and Prendahl

Quotes about Prendahl

Prendahl talked too much and said too little. And Sallor picked his nose as if his snot was gold.[1]

References