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|Family = Mellario of Norvos - estranged wife<br>[[Trystane Martell]] - son<br>{[[Oberyn Martell]]} - brother<br>{[[Elia Martell]]} - sister<br>{[[Rhaegar Targaryen]]} - brother-in-law<br>{[[Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Rhaegar)|Rhaenys Targaryen]]} - niece<br>{[[Aegon Targaryen (Son of Rhaegar)|Aegon Targaryen]]} - nephew<br>[[Sand Snakes]] - nieces<br>{[[Lewyn Martell]]} - uncle
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'''Doran Martell''' is an unseen character in the [[Season 2|second season]]. He is first mentioned in the [[War of the Five Kings]] feature in the [[Season 2]] Blu-ray.
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{{Quote|I loved [[Oberyn Martell|my brother]]... and you made him very happy. For that, you will always have a place in my heart. But we do not mutilate [[Myrcella Baratheon|little girls]] for vengeance. Not [[Dorne|here]]. Not while I rule.|[[Doran Martell]] to [[Ellaria Sand]]|The House of Black and White}}
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'''Doran Martell''' is a recurring character in the [[Season 5|fifth season]], although he had already been mentioned in the [[Season 2|second]] and [[Season 4|fourth]] seasons. He is played by [[Alexander Siddig]]. Doran Martell is the head of [[House Martell]], the ruling [[Prince of Dorne]], and the [[Lord of Sunspear]]. He is the older brother of [[Elia Martell|Elia]] and [[Oberyn Martell]], and the father of [[Trystane Martell]].
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
 
===Background===
 
===Background===
Doran Martell is the [[Prince of Dorne]] and the Lord of [[Sunspear]]. He heads [[House Martell]], the ruling house of [[Dorne]]. He's the older brother of the late Princess [[Elia Martell|Elia]], who was murdered by Ser [[Gregor Clegane]] in the [[Sack of King's Landing]].
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Doran Martell is the [[Prince of Dorne]] and the Lord of [[Sunspear]]. He is the head of [[House Martell]], the ruling house of [[Dorne]]. He is the older brother of the late Princess [[Elia Martell|Elia]], who was murdered by Ser [[Gregor Clegane]] in the [[Sack of King's Landing]], and Prince [[Oberyn Martell|Oberyn]], known as The Red Viper, also killed by Clegane.
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He suffers from a severe case of gout, which prevents him from walking and restricts him to a wheelchair.<ref>"[[The Lion and the Rose]]"</ref>
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Unlike his more hotheaded and aggressive brother, Oberyn, Doran is a pensive, calculating and patient man who always waits and observes before making his next move. Despite their different personalities, the two brothers are very close.
   
 
===[[Season 2]]===
 
===[[Season 2]]===
[[Tyrion Lannister]], [[Hand of the King]], proposes a marriage alliance to Prince Doran, offering the hand of Princess [[Myrcella Baratheon]] to be wedded to Doran's youngest son, Prince [[Trystane Martell|Trystane]], when both come of age.<ref>"[[What is Dead May Never Die]]"</ref> Prince Doran accepts the alliance and Myrcella is sent to Dorne as a ward of House Martell.<ref>"[[The Old Gods and the New]]"</ref>
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[[Tyrion Lannister]], the acting [[Hand of the King]], proposes a marriage alliance to Prince Doran, offering the hand of Princess [[Myrcella Baratheon]] to be wedded to Doran's son when both come of age. Queen [[Cersei Lannister]] resists the idea, insisting her daughter would be a political hostage under House Martell, who notoriously hate the Lannisters.<ref>"[[What is Dead May Never Die]]"</ref> However, when Prince Doran accepts the alliance, Myrcella is sent to Dorne as a ward of his House.<ref>"[[The Old Gods and the New]]"</ref>
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===[[Season 4]]===
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Prince Doran is expected to arrive at [[King's Landing]] for the Royal Wedding. Due to his poor health, however, his younger brother [[Oberyn Martell|Oberyn]] travels to the capital instead.<ref>"[[Two Swords]]"</ref>
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During [[Purple Wedding|Joffrey and Margaery's wedding]], [[Tywin Lannister]] inquires after Prince Doran's health, revealing that he suffers from gout and is unable to walk. Oberyn reassures Tywin that his brother is fine.<ref>"[[The Lion and the Rose]]"</ref>
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===[[Season 5]]===
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Prince Doran is overlooking the [[Water Gardens]] with Captain [[Areo Hotah]] when [[Ellaria Sand]] approaches him. Angered, she berates Doran for simply doing nothing when he learned how Oberyn was murdered by Ser [[Gregor Clegane]]. Doran reminds her that Oberyn died fighting in a [[Second Trial by Combat of Tyrion Lannister|trial by combat]], which by law is not considered murder. Doran intends to bury and mourn his brother, but Ellaria and Oberyn's [[Sand Snakes|daughters]] want Dorne to take up arms and avenge Oberyn. She also wants to harm [[Myrcella Baratheon]] in order to send [[Cersei Lannister]] a message. Doran reassures Ellaria that, as Oberyn's [[Paramour|paramour]], he will always love her, but he strictly forbids her from harming Myrcella while he rules. Ellaria doubts that Doran will remain in power if he continues to do nothing, and then storms off. Hotah and the Prince exchange a look as she departs, the former meaningfully indicating his axe, but Doran shakes his head and returns his attention to the Water Gardens.<ref>"[[The House of Black and White]]"</ref>
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Doran watches with Areo as Myrcella and Trystane take another walk through the Water Gardens. The prince comments that ther betrothal is dangerous as their Houses hate each other and they needed to be protected from those who would harm them. He asks Areo if he remembers how to use his longaxe, as it has been a long time that he hasn't used it. Areo reassures him that he remembers how to use it.
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[[Jaime Lannister]] later arrives at the Water Gardens and tries to take Myrcella but is stopped by the [[Sand Snakes]] who also try to take Myrcella for their own ends. As [[Nymeria]] tries to take Myrcella, Areo arrives with the Prince's guard and arrests them all on Doran's orders. Ellaria is also arrested for leading the Sand Snakes.<ref>''[[Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken]]''</ref>
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==Appearances==
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==Image gallery==
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==Family Tree==
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== Quotes ==
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{{Dialogue a-b-a|Doran Martell|You would have me go to war.|Ellaria Sand|The whole country would have you go to war!|Then we are lucky the whole country does not decide.|'''Doran Martell''' and Ellaria Sand in the [[Water Gardens]]|The House of Black and White}}
   
 
==In the books==
 
==In the books==
In the ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels, Prince Doran is a cautious, pensive man who does not wear his emotions on his sleeve. He has a bad case of gout and has trouble walking, preferring to move in a wheeled chair constructed by his maester. He hides his disability so as to not appear weak to his potential enemies. He has three children: Princess Arianne, Prince Quentyn, and Prince Trystane, all born of his wife, Lady Mellario of Norvos.
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In the ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels, Prince Doran is a cautious, pensive man who does not wear his emotions on his sleeve. He weighs the consequences of every action before he makes them, but whatever action he ultimately takes is therefore very deliberate. Tywin Lannister himself warns that Doran's patience and insistence on long-term planning should not be mistaken for indecision or laziness, and considers him a genuine threat.
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Doran was the eldest child and heir of his mother, who by the equal primogeniture laws of the Dornish ruled as Princess of Dorne in her own right. It is unknown what noble House his father was from. He had two younger brothers who died in infancy, and his two younger siblings Elia and Oberyn were born a decade after he was (Elia nine years later, and Oberyn a year after that). As a result of their age difference Doran was raised alone, which probably reinforced his tendency to not share his thoughts, though he deeply loved both Elia and Oberyn (similar to how [[Robb Stark]] and [[Rickon Stark]] were born ten years apart, but still cared greatly for each other).
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Doran was devastated by his sister Elia's rape and murder during [[Robert's Rebellion]]. A full decade older than his siblings, he never thought he would live to see the day when he heard of her death. The Targaryen loyalists were crushed on the battlefield, with the main Dornish army destroyed at the [[Battle of the Trident]] (Doran and Oberyn's uncle [[Lewyn Martell|Lewyn]], a member of the Kingsguard, also died in the battle). Even so, Oberyn was so infuriated by the atrocity of Elia's death that he urged that Dorne should continue the fighting with the aim of placing [[Viserys III Targaryen|Viserys Targaryen]] on the Iron Throne. Doran, however, would have none of it, recognizing that Dorne was in no position to resist the combined power of the victorious rebel armies. Instead, Doran recognized that the Martells needed to bide their time. Relations with the Iron Throne were deeply soured and it was only through extensive negotiations with the new Hand of the King, [[Jon Arryn]], that Dorne remained loyal to the Iron Throne - but the Martells completely withdrew from the royal court (explaining why they don't prominently appear in the novels before Joffrey's wedding - the middle of the third novel/beginning of the fourth TV season).
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At the time of the War of the Five Kings, Doran has a bad case of gout and has trouble walking, preferring to move in a wheeled chair constructed by his maester. He hides his disability so as to not appear weak to his potential enemies. Instead, while still in command of his wits, Doran has semi-retired to the Water Gardens palace, and delegated much of the day-to-day running of Dorne to Oberyn. Doran went about using canes for a time, but he had to switch to using a wheelchair about two years before he first appears in ''A Feast for Crows'' (which would make it around the time the war started).
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Doran's gout is bad enough that he cannot walk more than a few steps, but he is not a complete invalid, and thus he could have come to King Joffrey's wedding if he truly wanted to, travelling by ship or palanquin. His physical condition was just bad enough, however, to make a convenient excuse for not having to go to King's Landing - enough that the Lannisters couldn't overtly express their displeasure that he did not come.
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Doran's brother Oberyn takes his place and goes to King's Landing. In the novels the agreement was slightly different: to secure the neutrality of Dorne in the war, the Lannisters betrothed Cersei's daughter Myrcella to Doran's son Trystane, but also offered Doran a seat on the Small Council. Oberyn arrives instead and takes the Small Council seat (simply as an advisor without a specific office). The TV series condensed this somewhat (because the agreement was last mentioned two full seasons before and viewers may have forgotten) to simply say that Doran was supposed to come to Joffrey's wedding, though Oberyn took his place - and then ''after'' Joffrey died Tywin gave Oberyn a seat on the Small Council to try to keep Dorne loyal to the Lannisters. The overall effect is minimal: either way, Oberyn ended up arriving in King's Landing soon before Joffrey's wedding, and wasn't heavily involved in the Small Council before Joffrey's death.
   
Doran married Mellario for love, not as an arranged marriage, however the two of them later fell out of love, and Mellario moved back to Norvos.
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Doran has three children: Princess Arianne, Prince Quentyn, and Prince Trystane, all born of his wife, Lady Mellario of [[Norvos]]. Doran married Mellario for love, not as an arranged marriage, however the two of them later fell out of love, and Mellario moved back to Norvos.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[http://awoiaf.westeros.org/index.php/Doran_Martell Doran Martell at A Wiki of Ice and Fire] (MAJOR spoilers from the books)
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Latest revision as of 00:21, May 20, 2015

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Doran Martell
Doran Martell Prince of Dorne
Season(s) 5
First seen "The House of Black and White"
Appeared in 2 episodes (see below)
Mentioned in "Two Swords"
"The Lion and the Rose"
Titles Prince of Dorne
Lord of Sunspear
Status Alive
Origin Sunspear
Allegiance House Martell
Culture Dornishmen
Family Mellario of Norvos - estranged wife
Trystane Martell - son
{Oberyn Martell} - brother
{Elia Martell} - sister
{Rhaegar Targaryen} - brother-in-law
{Rhaenys Targaryen} - niece
{Aegon Targaryen} - nephew
Sand Snakes - nieces
{Lewyn Martell} - uncle
Portrayed by Alexander Siddig
"I loved my brother... and you made him very happy. For that, you will always have a place in my heart. But we do not mutilate little girls for vengeance. Not here. Not while I rule."
Doran Martell to Ellaria Sand[src]

Doran Martell is a recurring character in the fifth season, although he had already been mentioned in the second and fourth seasons. He is played by Alexander Siddig. Doran Martell is the head of House Martell, the ruling Prince of Dorne, and the Lord of Sunspear. He is the older brother of Elia and Oberyn Martell, and the father of Trystane Martell.

BiographyEdit

BackgroundEdit

Doran Martell is the Prince of Dorne and the Lord of Sunspear. He is the head of House Martell, the ruling house of Dorne. He is the older brother of the late Princess Elia, who was murdered by Ser Gregor Clegane in the Sack of King's Landing, and Prince Oberyn, known as The Red Viper, also killed by Clegane.

He suffers from a severe case of gout, which prevents him from walking and restricts him to a wheelchair.[1]

Unlike his more hotheaded and aggressive brother, Oberyn, Doran is a pensive, calculating and patient man who always waits and observes before making his next move. Despite their different personalities, the two brothers are very close.

Season 2Edit

Tyrion Lannister, the acting Hand of the King, proposes a marriage alliance to Prince Doran, offering the hand of Princess Myrcella Baratheon to be wedded to Doran's son when both come of age. Queen Cersei Lannister resists the idea, insisting her daughter would be a political hostage under House Martell, who notoriously hate the Lannisters.[2] However, when Prince Doran accepts the alliance, Myrcella is sent to Dorne as a ward of his House.[3]

Season 4Edit

Prince Doran is expected to arrive at King's Landing for the Royal Wedding. Due to his poor health, however, his younger brother Oberyn travels to the capital instead.[4]

During Joffrey and Margaery's weddingTywin Lannister inquires after Prince Doran's health, revealing that he suffers from gout and is unable to walk. Oberyn reassures Tywin that his brother is fine.[5]

Season 5Edit

Prince Doran is overlooking the Water Gardens with Captain Areo Hotah when Ellaria Sand approaches him. Angered, she berates Doran for simply doing nothing when he learned how Oberyn was murdered by Ser Gregor Clegane. Doran reminds her that Oberyn died fighting in a trial by combat, which by law is not considered murder. Doran intends to bury and mourn his brother, but Ellaria and Oberyn's daughters want Dorne to take up arms and avenge Oberyn. She also wants to harm Myrcella Baratheon in order to send Cersei Lannister a message. Doran reassures Ellaria that, as Oberyn's paramour, he will always love her, but he strictly forbids her from harming Myrcella while he rules. Ellaria doubts that Doran will remain in power if he continues to do nothing, and then storms off. Hotah and the Prince exchange a look as she departs, the former meaningfully indicating his axe, but Doran shakes his head and returns his attention to the Water Gardens.[6]

Doran watches with Areo as Myrcella and Trystane take another walk through the Water Gardens. The prince comments that ther betrothal is dangerous as their Houses hate each other and they needed to be protected from those who would harm them. He asks Areo if he remembers how to use his longaxe, as it has been a long time that he hasn't used it. Areo reassures him that he remembers how to use it.

Jaime Lannister later arrives at the Water Gardens and tries to take Myrcella but is stopped by the Sand Snakes who also try to take Myrcella for their own ends. As Nymeria tries to take Myrcella, Areo arrives with the Prince's guard and arrests them all on Doran's orders. Ellaria is also arrested for leading the Sand Snakes.[7]

AppearancesEdit

Season Five appearances
The Wars to Come The House of Black and White High Sparrow Sons of the Harpy Kill the Boy
Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken The Gift Hardhome The Dance of Dragons TBA

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Family TreeEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Ruling Princess Martell of Dorne
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Doran Martell
 
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Mellario of Norvos
 
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Elia Martell
Deceased
 
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Deceased
 
 
 
 
 
Unknown tree
Various women
 
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Oberyn Martell
Deceased
 
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of House Uller
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Trystane Martell family tree
Trystane Martell
 
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Deceased
 
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1st Sand Snake
Fathered on a Dornish peasant
 
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2nd Sand Snake
Fathered on an Eastern noblewoman
 
Martell bastard
Sarella Sand Martell bastard
4th Sand Snake
Fathered on a Summer Islander ship captain
 
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3rd Sand Snake
Eldest of Ellaria's daughters
 
Martell bastard
Four youngest Sand Snakes
(Elia, Obella, Dorea, Loreza)
 

Quotes Edit

Doran Martell: "You would have me go to war."
Ellaria Sand: "The whole country would have you go to war!"
Doran Martell: "Then we are lucky the whole country does not decide."
Doran Martell and Ellaria Sand in the Water Gardens[src]

In the booksEdit

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, Prince Doran is a cautious, pensive man who does not wear his emotions on his sleeve. He weighs the consequences of every action before he makes them, but whatever action he ultimately takes is therefore very deliberate. Tywin Lannister himself warns that Doran's patience and insistence on long-term planning should not be mistaken for indecision or laziness, and considers him a genuine threat.

Doran was the eldest child and heir of his mother, who by the equal primogeniture laws of the Dornish ruled as Princess of Dorne in her own right. It is unknown what noble House his father was from. He had two younger brothers who died in infancy, and his two younger siblings Elia and Oberyn were born a decade after he was (Elia nine years later, and Oberyn a year after that). As a result of their age difference Doran was raised alone, which probably reinforced his tendency to not share his thoughts, though he deeply loved both Elia and Oberyn (similar to how Robb Stark and Rickon Stark were born ten years apart, but still cared greatly for each other).

Doran was devastated by his sister Elia's rape and murder during Robert's Rebellion. A full decade older than his siblings, he never thought he would live to see the day when he heard of her death. The Targaryen loyalists were crushed on the battlefield, with the main Dornish army destroyed at the Battle of the Trident (Doran and Oberyn's uncle Lewyn, a member of the Kingsguard, also died in the battle). Even so, Oberyn was so infuriated by the atrocity of Elia's death that he urged that Dorne should continue the fighting with the aim of placing Viserys Targaryen on the Iron Throne. Doran, however, would have none of it, recognizing that Dorne was in no position to resist the combined power of the victorious rebel armies. Instead, Doran recognized that the Martells needed to bide their time. Relations with the Iron Throne were deeply soured and it was only through extensive negotiations with the new Hand of the King, Jon Arryn, that Dorne remained loyal to the Iron Throne - but the Martells completely withdrew from the royal court (explaining why they don't prominently appear in the novels before Joffrey's wedding - the middle of the third novel/beginning of the fourth TV season).

At the time of the War of the Five Kings, Doran has a bad case of gout and has trouble walking, preferring to move in a wheeled chair constructed by his maester. He hides his disability so as to not appear weak to his potential enemies. Instead, while still in command of his wits, Doran has semi-retired to the Water Gardens palace, and delegated much of the day-to-day running of Dorne to Oberyn. Doran went about using canes for a time, but he had to switch to using a wheelchair about two years before he first appears in A Feast for Crows (which would make it around the time the war started).

Doran's gout is bad enough that he cannot walk more than a few steps, but he is not a complete invalid, and thus he could have come to King Joffrey's wedding if he truly wanted to, travelling by ship or palanquin. His physical condition was just bad enough, however, to make a convenient excuse for not having to go to King's Landing - enough that the Lannisters couldn't overtly express their displeasure that he did not come.

Doran's brother Oberyn takes his place and goes to King's Landing. In the novels the agreement was slightly different: to secure the neutrality of Dorne in the war, the Lannisters betrothed Cersei's daughter Myrcella to Doran's son Trystane, but also offered Doran a seat on the Small Council. Oberyn arrives instead and takes the Small Council seat (simply as an advisor without a specific office). The TV series condensed this somewhat (because the agreement was last mentioned two full seasons before and viewers may have forgotten) to simply say that Doran was supposed to come to Joffrey's wedding, though Oberyn took his place - and then after Joffrey died Tywin gave Oberyn a seat on the Small Council to try to keep Dorne loyal to the Lannisters. The overall effect is minimal: either way, Oberyn ended up arriving in King's Landing soon before Joffrey's wedding, and wasn't heavily involved in the Small Council before Joffrey's death.

Doran has three children: Princess Arianne, Prince Quentyn, and Prince Trystane, all born of his wife, Lady Mellario of Norvos. Doran married Mellario for love, not as an arranged marriage, however the two of them later fell out of love, and Mellario moved back to Norvos.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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Lord: Prince Doran Martell Heir:
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Seat: Sunspear Lands: Dorne
Title(s): Prince of Dorne · Lord of Sunspear
Ancestors:Princess Nymeria · Prince Mors Martell · Prince Maron Martell · Princess Daenerys Martell · Queen Myriah Martell
Current members:Prince Trystane Martell · Ellaria Sand · Obara Sand · Nymeria Sand · Tyene Sand · Sarella Sand · Elia Sand · Obella Sand · Dorea Sand · Loreza Sand
Deceased members:Prince Lewyn Martell · Princess Elia Martell · Prince Oberyn Martell
Household:Princess Myrcella Baratheon · Septa Eglantine · Areo Hotah
Overlord:House Baratheon of King's Landing

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