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'''Nurse''' is a slave overseer in service to [[Yezzan zo Qaggaz]]
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'''Nurse''' is the overseer of [[Yezzan zo Qaggaz]]'s slaves.
  
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
Nurse has a long narrow face with a chin beard bound with gold wire. His red and black Ghiscari hair is shaped into the form of a pair of grasping talons.
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Nurse has a long narrow face and a chin beard bound with gold wire. His red and black Ghiscari hair is shaped into the form of a pair of grasping talons.
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
 
===A Dance with Dragons===
 
===A Dance with Dragons===
When [[Tyrion Lannister]], [[Penny]] and [[Jorah Mormont]] are purchased by [[Yezzan zo Qaggaz]], Nurse is put in charge of there masters new property, instructing them on the rules and informing them they should treat Yezzan as if he was there own father, Tyrion Lannister states he will do just that.{{Ref|aDwD|47}}
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When [[Tyrion Lannister]], [[Penny]] and [[Jorah Mormont]] are purchased by Yezzan for his grotesquerie, Nurse is put in charge of his master's new property, instructing them on the rules, disciplining them when necessary, and informing them they should treat Yezzan as if he were their own father.
  
Nurse eventually succumbs and dies to the [[Bloody flux|Pale Mare]] disease that is sweeping through [[Yunkai]] Siege lines, however it is implied that Tyrion may have poisoned Nurse since Tyrion mentioned he made Nurse a soup with ''"mushrooms"'' in it and it was known Tyrion had poisonous mushrooms concealed in his boot on his person the whole time, even after he has made a slave. In addition Tyrions last words to Nurse before he died were... {{Quote|''A Lannister pays his debts"'' {{Ref|aDwD|57}}}}.
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Nurse eventually succumbs to the [[Bloody flux|Pale Mare]] disease sweeping through [[Meereen]] and the [[Yunkai]] siege lines outside the city. However, it is implied that Tyrion may have been the ultimate cause of Nurse's death via poisoning. When Nurse falls ill, it falls to Tyrion to act as his caretaker. Tyrion prepares a soup of dogtail "with slivers of mushroom in the broth,"{{Ref|aDwD|57}} a detail reminding the reader that Tyrion still has poisonous mushrooms concealed in his boot. Adding to the suspicious circumstances surrounding the overseer's death, Nurse's last word is "No," while Tyrion's last words to Nurse are "A Lannister always pays his debts."{{Ref|aDwD|57}}
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 14:43, 10 July 2012

Nurse
Culture Ghiscari
Born At Yunkai
Died In 300 AL, at Outside Meereen
Book(s) A Dance with Dragons

Nurse is the overseer of Yezzan zo Qaggaz's slaves.

Appearance

Nurse has a long narrow face and a chin beard bound with gold wire. His red and black Ghiscari hair is shaped into the form of a pair of grasping talons.

Recent Events

A Dance with Dragons

When Tyrion Lannister, Penny and Jorah Mormont are purchased by Yezzan for his grotesquerie, Nurse is put in charge of his master's new property, instructing them on the rules, disciplining them when necessary, and informing them they should treat Yezzan as if he were their own father.

Nurse eventually succumbs to the Pale Mare disease sweeping through Meereen and the Yunkai siege lines outside the city. However, it is implied that Tyrion may have been the ultimate cause of Nurse's death via poisoning. When Nurse falls ill, it falls to Tyrion to act as his caretaker. Tyrion prepares a soup of dogtail "with slivers of mushroom in the broth,"[1] a detail reminding the reader that Tyrion still has poisonous mushrooms concealed in his boot. Adding to the suspicious circumstances surrounding the overseer's death, Nurse's last word is "No," while Tyrion's last words to Nurse are "A Lannister always pays his debts."[1]

References and Notes