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Braavos is the most powerful of the Free Cities, located in a lagoon on the northwestern end of Essos, where the Narrow Sea and the Shivering Sea meet. Unlike the other Free Cities, Braavos was never part of the Valyrian Freehold, but was instead founded 500 years before Aegon's Landing by refugees fleeing Valyrian expansion. For centuries it was called the Secret City and remained relatively unknown to the rest of the world. It became publicly revealed after the Doom of Valyria, roughly 400 years after its founding.

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Forging Bonds Icon The Isle of the Gods (Storyline)
Forging Bonds Icon The Isle of the Gods (Quest)

Forging Bonds Icon Recruit Braavosi Allies
Forging Bonds Icon Hunt Iron Bank Defaulters
Forging Bonds Icon Protect Dockside Cargo
Forging Bonds Icon Patrol the Narrow Sea
Forging Bonds Icon Fight Moonsingers
Forging Bonds Icon Exploit Braavosi Factions
Forging Bonds Icon Evade Assassins
Forging Bonds Icon Hire Faceless Men


Isle of the Gods

an religious island in Braavos where all gods are honored. The House of Black and White Temple sits on the island
The Purple Harbor

a harbor located in the Free City of Braavos. It serves only the locals and is located on the north side of Braavos. The Braavosi traders tie up their boats beneath the domes and towers of the Sealord's Palace. The ships of the Iron Bank of Braavos moor at the Purple Harbor. It is a nicer, cleaner port that the Ragman’s Harbor. Ships from Braavos’s sister cities and the rest of the wide world must instead use the Ragman’s Harbor to berth.
The Ragman’s Harbor

a harbor open to all foreign ships, is located in the west. It is poorer, dirtier, and and noisier than the Purple Harbor.
The Titan of Braavos

a massive stone and bronze statue that guards the entrance into the lagoon where Braavos is situated. It is the primary line of defense for Braavos and lets out a loud blast whenever a ship approaches the entrance to warn the city of its coming. The feet of the statue lie on two separate islands, each set upon a mountain. The islands are covered in soldier pines and black spruce. The legs are made of the same black granite that form the islands upon which it stands. One hand rests on the top of a ridge, its bronze fingers wrapped around the stone. The other hand is thrust into the air holding the hilt of a broken sword. In its eyes burn large fires and its hair is made of hempen rope dyed green. Its head is crested with a bronze halfhelm and its breastplate is bronze filled with arrow slits. The Titan's hips are encased in an armored skirt of a green bronze hue, the bottom covered in murder holes.
The Blue Lantern

a mummers playhouse in Braavos.
The Happy Port

a brothel in Braavos that sits across from the Mummer's Ship.
The Holy Refuge Temple

a temple in Braavos. Within it the forgotten gods are honored.
The House of Black and White Temple

a temple in Braavos and the headquarters of the Faceless Men. It sits upon a rocky knoll made of dark grey stone. It has no windows and has a black tile roof.
The House with the Red Door

was Daenerys Targaryen’s childhood home in Braavos. The house is the closest thing to home that she has ever known. As a young child Daenerys and her brother Viserys Targaryen lived in this house. She had her own room there and a lemon tree outside her window.
The Inn of the Green Eel

an inn in Braavos.
The Iron Bank of Braavos

the main bank of Braavos. It is very wealthy and often lends money to outsiders, among its clients is the King of the Seven Kingdoms. Though all the Free Cities have their own banks, the Iron Bank of Braavos is richer and more powerful than all the others combined and has a fearsome reputation when collecting debts. When princes or kings default on their debts or are foolish enough not to honor their agreements with the bank, the Iron Bank of Braavos supports new princes and kings to appear. These new princes and kings then honor the previous debt along with paying back the money the bank loaned them in claiming their new power, lest they suffer the same fate as their predecessors.
The Mummer's Ship

a mummers playhouse in Braavos. It is also known as the Mummer's Ship. It sits across the street from the Happy Port.
The Sealord's Palace

the seat of the Sealord of Braavos. It has domes and towers. The Purple Harbor sits below it.
The Temple of the Moonsingers

a temple in Braavos. It is the largest temple in the city, a mighty mass of snow-white marble, topped by a huge silvered dome whose milk glass windows show all the phases of the moon.