|Born||In or before 114 AC|
|Died||In or after 135 AC|
|Book(s)||Fire & Blood (mentioned)|
Upon the death of her father, Lysandro "the Magnificent", he bequeathed his palace to Lysara. When the Rogare Bank ran dry in 135 AC, Lysaro Rogare's brothers and sisters claimed to have no part in it, but many doubted their claims of innocence. She was seized and put on trial. When she claimed she "did not know," Magister Tigaro Moraqos responded that she should have, and the mob roared in approval. Her palace was seized, and she was deprived of her gold, gems, and gowns. It is written that Lysara availed herself of being able to whip her brother Lysaro when he was chained naked to a pillar before the Temple of Trade.