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[[Stannis Baratheon]] enlists the aid of the red priestess and shadowbinder [[Melisandre]],{{ref|ACOK|Prologue}} who claims that shadows are the servants of [[R'hllor|light]].{{ref|ACOK|33}} She gives birth to [[shadow assassin]]s that kill [[Renly Baratheon]]{{ref|ACOK|33}} and [[Cortnay Penrose]].{{ref|ACOK|42}}
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[[Stannis Baratheon]] enlists the aid of the [[red priest]]ess and shadowbinder [[Melisandre]],{{ref|ACOK|Prologue}} who claims that shadows are the servants of [[R'hllor|light]].{{ref|ACOK|33}} She gives birth to [[shadow assassin]]s that kill [[Renly Baratheon]]{{ref|ACOK|33}} and [[Cortnay Penrose]].{{ref|ACOK|42}}
  
 
Daenerys meets [[Quaithe]] for the first time;{{ref|ACOK|12}} the shadowbinder proceeds to give the young queen cryptic information during her journeys.
 
Daenerys meets [[Quaithe]] for the first time;{{ref|ACOK|12}} the shadowbinder proceeds to give the young queen cryptic information during her journeys.

Revision as of 17:35, 16 July 2015

A shadowbinder is a practitioner of magic who binds shadows to do their will. They possibly originate from Asshai, as the shadowbinders Melisandre and Quaithe come from the city near the Shadow Lands.

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

Daenerys Targaryen recalls stories she has heard of shadowbinders working terrible sorceries at night.[1]

A Clash of Kings

Stannis Baratheon enlists the aid of the red priestess and shadowbinder Melisandre,[2] who claims that shadows are the servants of light.[3] She gives birth to shadow assassins that kill Renly Baratheon[3] and Cortnay Penrose.[4]

Daenerys meets Quaithe for the first time;[5] the shadowbinder proceeds to give the young queen cryptic information during her journeys.

A Feast for Crows

Pate thinks of Archmaester Marwyn, who studied in Essos with shadowbinders.[6]

References and Notes