Faith of the Seven
|Book(s)||Fire & Blood (mentioned)|
Appearance and Character
In 135 AC, she was accused of a poisoning attempt against members of the royal household. She had conceived the notion that Prince Viserys would marry her if only Larra of Lys were dead. She told the court that he smiled whenever he saw her, and his shoulder once brushed against her bosom when he passed her on the steps.
Priscella was deemed to have only played a minor role in the plot, and on account of her sex, Lord Torrhen Manderly gave her a minor punishment. She was condemned to have her nose cut off, with the understanding that the punishment would be stayed should she give herself to the Faith, so long as she remained true to her vows.
- Fire & Blood, The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency.