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"That dragon bitch, she talks too much."
―Prendahl na Ghezn about Daenerys Targaryen[src]

Prendahl na Ghezn was one of the captains of the Second Sons, a mercenary company.



Prendahl na Ghezn is a warrior and mercenary of Ghiscari origin. Alongside Mero, he is one of the captains of the Second Sons.[1]

Game of Thrones: Season 3[]

Along with his co-captain Mero, and their lieutenant Daario Naharis, Prendahl meets Daenerys in her tent outside Yunkai. He rejects Daenerys's offer of breaking the Second Sons' contract with the Wise Masters, and watches as Mero rudely snubs Daenerys's offers.[1]

Prendahl then discusses how to deal with Daenerys with Mero and Daario. To avoid facing her Unsullied, Mero proposes that one of them slips into Daenerys's camp and assassinates her. He gives three different coins - a Meereenese, a Braavosi, and a Volantene - to the bedslave attending them and has her hand them out at random to the three of them, the one with the Braavosi coin being charged with the assassination. Daario winds up with the Braavosi coin.[1]

Later that night, after sneaking into Daenerys's pavilion, Daario presents Prendahl's head, along with that of Mero. He explains that he, Prendahl, and Mero had "philosophical differences" regarding Daenerys's beauty, and that they fought when he refused to kill her. Daario then pledges the Second Sons to Daenerys.[1]

In the books[]

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Prendahl is a sellsword of Ghiscari descent and serves as the commander of the Stormcrows, a noted mercenary company which fights for the highest bidder. Daario Naharis and Sallor the Bald are the other two captains of the company.

Prendahl and Sallor are killed by Daario. Later he sneaks into Daenerys's camp and produces the severed heads of his comrades as proof of his loyalty to her.




  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Game of Thrones: Season 3, Episode 8: "Second Sons" (2013).


  1. In "Winter Is Coming," which takes place in 298 AC, Sansa Stark tells Cersei Lannister that she is 13 years old and Bran Stark tells Jaime Lannister that he is 10 years old. Arya Stark was born between Sansa and Bran, making her either 11 or 12 in Season 1. The rest of the Stark children have been aged up by 2 years from their book ages, so it can be assumed that she is 11 in Season 1. Arya is 18 in Season 8 according to HBO, which means at least 7 years occur in the span of the series; therefore, each season of Game of Thrones must roughly correspond to a year in-universe, placing the events of Season 3 in 300 AC.

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