House of Chains
Dramatis Personae Prologue
Faces in the Rock
Chapter 1 Chapter 2
Chapter 3 Chapter 4
Cold Iron
Chapter 5 Chapter 6
Chapter 7 Chapter 8
Chapter 9 Chapter 10
Chapter 11 Chapter 12
Something Breathes
Chapter 13 Chapter 14
Chapter 15 Chapter 16
Chapter 17 Chapter 18
House of Chains
Chapter 19 Chapter 20
Chapter 21 Chapter 22
Chapter 23 Chapter 24
Chapter 25 Chapter 26
Epilogue Pagination

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The Uryd Tribe of the Teblor[edit | edit source]

The Adjunct's Army[edit | edit source]

Marines of the 9th Company, 8th Legion[edit | edit source]

Selected Heavy Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion[edit | edit source]

Selected Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion[edit | edit source]

Other Soldiers of the Malazan Empire[edit | edit source]

Nathii[edit | edit source]

Others on Genabackis[edit | edit source]

Sha'ik's Army of the Apocalypse[edit | edit source]

Others[edit | edit source]

The following list records all of the characters that appear in House of Chains in alphabetical order. Names in bold indicate characters that are mentioned in the book's Dramatis Personae section.
Names in italics are characters that appear or are mentioned in the book, but are not listed in its Dramatis Personae section.
Characters that are only talked about or referred to in the books but do not make a full appearance are marked with (Mentioned only).
Characters that are talked about or referred before then making a full appearance in a later chapter of the book are marked with (First mentioned) and (First appearance).
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Contents:    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z  •  Notes and references

A[edit | edit source]

  • Able, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1] Spoiler safe
  • Absin Tholai, a Logros Imass Bonecaster (pre-'Tellann Ritual') (Mentioned only)[2] Spoiler safe
  • ( the Adjunct : see Tavore Paran )
  • Alardis, Commander under Admiral Nok (Mentioned only)[3] Spoiler safe
  • Alrute, fellow prisoner of Torvald Nom[4] Spoiler safe
  • Ameron, an 'Old Guard' member (Mentioned only)[3] Spoiler safe
  • ( Ammanas: see Shadowthrone )
  • Andarist, aka 'Darist', brother of Anomander Rake[5] Spoiler safe
  • Anomander Rake, Tiste Andii Soletaken Eleint, aka the 'Son of Darkness' (Mentioned only)[6] Spoiler safe
  • Antsy, a 'Bridgeburner' (Mentioned only)[6] Spoiler safe
  • Apsalar, an assassin[7] Spoiler safe
  • Apt, a matron demon (Aptorian) of the Shadow realm (First mentioned)[7] (First appearance)[8] Spoiler safe
  • Aramala, a Jaghut[9]
  • Ash, a 'Bridgeburner'[10]
  • Astabb, a Nathii[4] Spoiler safe
  • Ay Estos, a Bonecaster of the Logros T'lan Imass (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Azalan, a demon of the Shadow realm[5]

B[edit | edit source]

  • Ba'ienrok (Keeper), a hermit[12]
  • Bairoth Gild, a young warrior of the Uryd Tribe of the Teblor[13]
  • Balantis, Merchant, a Nathii[4]
  • Balgrid, Marine, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[14]
  • Balm, Sergeant, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1]
  • Ban Raile, leader of a clan of Imass (pre-Tellann Ritual) (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Baruk, a High Alchemist of Darujhistan (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Baudin, aka 'Baudin Younger', a Talon, 'guardian' of Felisin Paran (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Baudin Elder, a Talon, father of Baudin Younger (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Bell, 2nd Company, 'Ashok Regiment', 5th squad, Malazan Army[4] Spoiler safe
  • Bellurdan, former Malazan High Mage (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Beneth, a 'crime lord' in the Otataral mine at Skullcap, a sexual and physical abuser of Felisin Paran (Mentioned only)[15]
  • Bent, a Wickan cattle-dog[14]
  • Beroke Soft Voice, one of the Seven Gods of the Teblor[13]
  • Beru, Lord of Storms (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Bidithal, a High Mage, Army of the Apocalypse[6]
  • Biltar, fellow prisoner of Torvald Nom[4] Spoiler safe
  • Binadas Sengar, a Tiste Edur[12]
  • ( Blackwing : see Coltaine )
  • Blend, a 'Bridgeburner' (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Blind, a Hound of Shadow[7]
  • Blistig, Fist, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Borduke, Sergeant, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[14]
  • Borrug, a Nathii[4]
  • Bottle, a squad mage, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Bowl, Heavy Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1]
  • Braven Tooth, Master Sergeant, Malazan Army, Malaz City Garrison (Mentioned only)[3]
  • B'ridys demon, demon trapped in a deep well at the mountain fortress of B'ridys, Seven Cities[16]
  • Bull enkar'al, a beast in its prime[16]
  • Bult, a Wickan veteran commander, uncle of Coltaine (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Burnt, Corporal, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1]

C[edit | edit source]

  • Caladan Brood, an Ascendant and a powerful Warlord (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Calm, a Forkrul Assail in Northwest Genabackis[4]
  • Captain (Itko Kan), grizzled old veteran[18]
  • Cartheron Crust, (aka 'Crust') an 'Old Guard' member, brother of Urko Crust (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Cassa, an imprisoned soul within one of the Jade Giants travelling through the Abyss (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Chenned, Captain, Malazan 7th Army (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Clam, an undead porter of Gryllen[2]
  • Clawmaster, an 'In Out scorpion'[18]
  • Coltaine, Wickan Fist of the Malazan 7th Army in Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Corabb Bhilan Thenu'alas, an officer in Leoman of the Flail's company of the Army of the Apocalypse[15]
  • Cord, Sergeant, 2nd Company, 'Ashok Regiment', 5th squad, Malazan Army[4] Spoiler safe
  • Cotillion, Patron of Assassins (aka 'The Rope'), Assassin of High House Shadow[7]
  • Crippled God, King of High House Chains, aka 'The Fallen God' and 'The Chained One' (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Cutter, an assassin (also known as Crokus)[7]
  • Cuttle, a sapper, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[14]
  • Cynnigig, a Jaghut[20]

D[edit | edit source]

  • Damisk, a Nathii[4]
  • Dancer, a master assassin and co-founder (with Kellanved) of the Malazan Empire (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Darist, a Tiste Andii on 'Drift Avalii'[5] Spoiler safe
  • Dassem Ultor, once Malazan 'Imperial First Sword' (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Dayliss, a young woman of the Uryd Tribe of the Teblor[13]
  • Deadsmell, Corporal, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1]
  • ( Delat : see Quick Ben )
  • Delum Thord, a young warrior of the Uryd Tribe of the Teblor[13]
  • Demon Familiar of L'oric, ancient and long-time demon familiar of L'oric (First mentioned)[16] (First appearance)[19]
  • The Deragoth, aka the 'Hounds of Darkness', of the human 'First Empire' (First mentioned)[7] (First appearance)[5]
  • Dessimbelackis, founder and Emperor of the human 'First Empire' (Mentioned only)[5]
  • D'rek, The Worm of Autumn (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Dryjhna the Apocalyptic, author of the 'Holy Book' of the Whirlwind Goddess (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Duiker, Malazan Imperial Historian (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Dujek Onearm, High Fist, Malazan Genabackis Campaign (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Duryl, a messenger, Army of the Apocalypse[10]

E[edit | edit source]

  • Ebron, squad mage, 2nd Company, 'Ashok Regiment', 5th squad, Malazan Army[4]
  • Enias, a Tiste Liosan[5]
  • Enqura, past Holy Falah'd of Ugarat, Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[21]
  • Envy, an Ascendant Soletaken sorceress, aka 'Lady Envy' (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Eres'al, an Eres Witch[8]
  • Erethal, a ghost soldier of an army at the time of the human 'First Empire', in Raraku[11]
  • Ethume, a corporal, Army of the Apocalypse[10]

F[edit | edit source]

  • Fanderay, one of 'The Wolves of Winter', war deity (First mentioned)[6] (First appearance)[16]
  • Father Light, Elder God of the Tiste Liosan (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Fayelle, a sorceress, Army of the Apocalypse[6]
  • Febryl, High Mage, Army of the Apocalypse (once known as 'Iltara')[6]
  • Felisin Paran, youngest sister of Ganoes and Tavore Paran (First mentioned)[3] (First appearance)[6]
  • Felisin Paran (Mother), mother of Ganoes, Tavore and Felisin Paran (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Felisin Younger, Sha’ik’s adopted daughter, Army of the Apocalypse[6]
  • Fener, the 'Boar of Summer', a war deity (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Fiddler, a renowned 'Bridgeburner'[3]
  • Flashwit, Heavy Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1]
  • The Found, Teblor children sacrificed to 'Siballe the Unfound[13]

G[edit | edit source]

  • Gall, Warleader of the 'Khundryl Burned Tears'[22]
  • Galt, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Gamet/Gimlet, Fist, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Ganal, a Teblor, Sunyd clan, in Northwest Genabackis[4]
  • Ganoes Paran, Captain, 'Bridgeburners', 'Onearm's Host' (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Gentur, marine, Malazan Army, on 'Drift Avalii'[16]
  • Gesler, Sergeant, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Gnaw, the leader of a Teblor hunting-dog pack[13]
  • Gothos, a Jaghut, an Azath House Guardian, father of Icarium (Mentioned only)[20]
  • Grandmother of Bottle, his mentor in elder magic (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Greyfrog, a demon familiar[21]
  • Greymane, a Malazan Army High Fist (Mentioned only)[18]
  • Grub, Captain Keneb’s adopted son[14]
  • Gryllen, a D'ivers, veered form rats (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Gullstream, member of the 'Ehrlitan Guard', a military unit in the Malazan Army, based in Ehrlitan, Seven Cities[23]

H[edit | edit source]

I[edit | edit source]

J[edit | edit source]

  • Jade giants, enigmatic colossal jade statues (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Jibb, member of the 'Ehrlitan Guard', a military unit in the Malazan Army, based in Ehrlitan, Seven Cities[23]
  • Jorrude, a Tiste Liosan Seneschal[5]
  • Joyful Union, a competitive 'Birdshit scorpion'[18]

K[edit | edit source]

L[edit | edit source]

  • Laseen, Empress of the Malazan Empire (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Leandris, an imprisoned soul within one of the Jade Giants travelling through the Abyss (Mentioned only)[19]
  • Lenestro, a Malazan noble on Coltaine's 'Chain of Dogs' (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Leoman of the Flails, a commander in the Army of the Apocalypse[23]
  • Limp, 2nd Company, 'Ashok Regiment', 5th squad, Malazan Army[4]
  • Lobe, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Logros, leader of the Logros Imass (pre-Tellann Ritual) (Mentioned only)[2]
  • L'oric, High Mage, Army of the Apocalypse[6]
  • Lorn, a previous Adjunct to Empress Laseen (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Lostara Yil, an officer in the 'Red Blades'[3]
  • Lull, Captain, Malazan 7th Army (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Lutes, Marine, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[17]

M[edit | edit source]

  • Mael, Elder God of the Seas (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Malachar, a Tiste Liosan[5]
  • Malazan captain, leader of a squad of marines on Drift Avalii[16]
  • Mallet, a 'Bridgeburner' (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Mallick Rel, a former advisor to High Fist Pormqual (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Mangonel, a 'Red-backed Bastard scorpion'[18]
  • Mappo Runt, a Trell and a long-time companion of Icarium[9]
  • Master of the Deck of Dragons, aka Ganoes Paran (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Mathok, Warleader of the Desert Tribes, Army of the Apocalypse[6]
  • Maybe, Marine, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[14]
  • Mebra, a spy in Ehrlitan[23]
  • Minala, commander of the 'Company of Shadow' - an 'army' of youths and children, wife of Kalam Mekhar (First mentioned)[7] (First appearance)[26]
  • Mincer, sapper, Malazan 7th Army (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Mirepool, progenitor of Greyfrog (Mentioned only)[21]
  • Moak, Sergeant, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1]
  • Mock, a pirate king who once ruled Malaz Island (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Mogora, Iskaral Pust’s D'ivers wife, veered form spiders[16]
  • Monok Ochem, a Bonecaster of the Logros T'lan Imass[5]
  • Mosel, Sergeant, Heavy Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1] Spoiler safe
  • Mother Dark, Elder Goddess of Darkness (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Mowri, 'Lady of Beggars, Slaves and Serfs' (Mentioned only)[5]
  • Mudslinger, soldier, Malazan Army, on 'Drift Avalii' (Mentioned only)[16]

N[edit | edit source]

  • Neffarias Bredd (also spelled 'Nefarias'), a widely talked about Heavy Infantryman in the Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Nerruse, Lady of Calm Seas and Fair Winds (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Nether, a Wickan witch[3]
  • Nightchill, former Malazan High Mage (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Nil, a Wickan warlock[3]
  • Admiral Nok, Admiral of the Malazan Imperial Fleet, an 'Old Guard' member[3]

O[edit | edit source]

  • Oblat, holder of a large debt owed by Gesler and Stormy (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Olar Ethil, a T'lan Imass Bonecaster (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Olar Shayn, a Logros T'lan Imass[5]
  • Onos T'oolan, 'First Sword' of the Logros Imass (pre-'Tellann Ritual') (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Onrack, a T'lan Imass[7]
  • Oponn, Twin Jesters of Chance (Lord's 'push', Lady's 'pull') (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Orenas, a Tiste Liosan[5]
  • Orto Setral, commander of the 'Aren Company' of the 'Red Blades' (Mentioned only)[14]
  • Osric, 'Lord of the Sky', 'Son of Father Light', (aka Osserc) (First mentioned)[5] (First appearance)[21]
  • Otataral Dragon, aka 'Magic Slayer'[16]

P[edit | edit source]

  • Pahlk, Karsa Orlong's grandfather, of the Uryd Tribe of the Teblor[13]
  • Panek, a child of Shadow (First mentioned)[7] (First appearance)[8]
  • Paran's father, father of Ganoes, Tavore and Felisin Paran (Mentioned only)[3]
  • ( Paran's mother : see Felisin Paran (Mother) )
  • Pearl, a Claw[3]
  • Pella, Marine, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Phaed, a Tiste Andii on 'Drift Avalii', closely related to Anomander Rake[16]
  • Phyrlis, a Jaghut[20]
  • Picker, a 'Bridgeburner' (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Poliel, Mistress of Pestilence and Disease (Mentioned only)[22]
  • Pores, Lieutenant, 2nd Company, 'Ashok Regiment', Malazan Army[4]
  • Pormqual, former Malazan High Fist of Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Pullyk Alar, a Malazan noble on Coltaine's 'Chain of Dogs' (Mentioned only)[6]

Q[edit | edit source]

  • ( Queen of Dreams : see T'riss )
  • Quick Ben, aka Ben Adaephon Delat, a High Mage (First mentioned)[7] (First appearance)[10]

R[edit | edit source]

  • ( Rake : see Anomander Rake )
  • Rallick Nom, an assassin in Darujhistan on Genabackis, cousin of Torvald Nom (Mentioned only)[12]
  • Ramp, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Ranal, Lieutenant, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Red Eye, a Teblor horse[13]
  • Rellock, Apsalar's father[7]
  • Renig Obar, Imass (pre-'Tellann Ritual') (Mentioned only)[2]
  • Roach, a Hengese lapdog[14]
  • Rood, a Hound of Shadow[7]
  • ( Rope : see Cotillion )
  • Ryllandaras, a Soletaken and D'ivers[9]

S[edit | edit source]

  • Sands, Marine, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Scillara, a camp follower, Army of the Apocalypse[15]
  • Scrawl, member of the 'Ehrlitan Guard', a military unit in the Malazan Army, based in Ehrlitan, Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[23]
  • Semk godling, a god-possessed Semk, accompanying a warleader of the Seven Cities 'Tithansi' tribe (Mentioned only)[14]
  • The Seven Faces in the Rock, aka the Seven Gods of the Teblor[13]
  • Shadowthrone, King of High House Shadow, aka Ammanas (First mentioned)[7] (First appearance)[2] Spoiler safe
  • Sha'ik, 'The Chosen One' of the Whirlwind Goddess (once Felisin of House Paran), Army of the Apocalypse (First mentioned)[3] (First appearance)[6]
  • Sha'ik Elder, predecessor to Felisin Paran as 'Chosen One' of the Whirlwind Goddess (First mentioned)[23] (First appearance)[11]
  • ( Sha'ik Reborn : see Sha'ik )
  • Shard, Corporal, 2nd Company, 'Ashok Regiment', 5th squad, Malazan Army[4] Spoiler safe
  • Shopkeeper, (aka 'an honest hawker') proprietor of a shop of interest to Kalam Mekhar in G'danisban, Seven Cities[5]
  • Shortnose, Heavy Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1]
  • 'Siballe the Unfound, one of the Seven Gods of the Teblor[13]
  • Silgar, Slavemaster, a Nathii[4]
  • Silverfox, Bonecaster, the long-awaited 'Summoner' of the T'lan Imass (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Sinn, a refugee of the Seven Cities 'Whirlwind rebellion'[5]
  • Smiles, Marine, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Sobelone, Sergeant, Heavy Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1] Spoiler safe
  • Sormo E'nath, a Wickan warlock (Mentioned only)[22]
  • Sorry, a 'Bridgeburner', a deadly killer in the guise of a young girl (Mentioned only)[17]
  • Spindle, a 'Bridgeburner' (Mentioned only)[6]
  • Squint, a soldier in the Aren Guard[3]
  • Stacker, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1]
  • Stormy, Corporal, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Strings, Sergeant, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • ( Summoner : see Silverfox )
  • Surly, Mistress of the Claw under Emperor Kellanved, an 'Old Guard' member (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Synyg, Karsa Orlong's father, a member of the Uryd Tribe of the Teblor[13]

T[edit | edit source]

  • T'amber, Malazan 14th Army (First mentioned)[3] (First appearance)[24]
  • Tanno, ghost of the banished last Seneschal of Yaraghatan (Y'Ghatan), Seven Cities (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Tarr, Corporal, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Tattersail, former Malazan Cadre Mage (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Adjunct Tavore, commander of the Malazan Fourteenth Army[3]
  • Tavos Pond, Marine, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Tayschrenn, Malazan High Mage (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Teblor elder, a patriarch of the Teblor (Mentioned only)[4]
  • Tem Benasto, a Bonecaster of the Logros T'lan Imass (Mentioned only)[11]
  • Temul, a Wickan of the Crow Clan (survivor of the 'Chain of Dogs')[3]
  • Tenag Ilbaie, a renegade T'lan Imass Bonecaster, aka Haran'alle/Halad Rack Bearer[11]
  • Tene Baralta, Fist, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Thenik the Shattered, one of the Seven Gods of the Teblor[13]
  • Thom Tissy, Sergeant, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1]
  • Throatslitter, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1]
  • T'morol, Mathok’s bodyguard, Army of the Apocalypse[10]
  • Toblakai, warrior and bodyguard, Army of the Apocalypse[23]
  • Toc the Elder, an 'Old Guard' member (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Toes, a 'Bridgeburner' (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Togg, one of 'The Wolves of Winter', war deity (First mentioned)[6] (First appearance)[16]
  • Topper, Clawmaster under Empress Laseen (First mentioned)[3] (First appearance)[17]
  • Torvald Nom, a Daru, in Northwest Genabackis[4]
  • Traveller, a Dal Honese, a powerful warrior and extremely skillful swordsman[16]
  • Treach, aka Trake, 'The Tiger of Summer', a war deity (Mentioned only)[6]
  • T'riss, aka Queen of Dreams (First mentioned)[14] (First appearance)[19]
  • Trotts, a 'Bridgeburner' (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Trull Sengar, a Tiste Edur[27]
  • Truth, Marine, 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[3]
  • Tugg, Sergeant, Heavy Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1] Spoiler safe
  • Tulip, Corporal, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1]

U[edit | edit source]

  • Ulfas, a Genabackan Barghast war chief - temporary alias used by Kalam Mekhar in Seven Cities[5]
  • Ulpan Nodost, a Bonecaster of the Logros T'lan Imass (Mentioned only)[11]
  • The Unwelcome, a Soletaken Eleint T'lan Imass Bonecaster (Mentioned only)[24]
  • Urko Crust, an 'Old Guard' member, brother of Cartheron Crust (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Urugal the Woven, one of the Seven Gods of the Teblor[13]
  • Uru Hela, Heavy Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army[1]

V[edit | edit source]

  • Vorcan, Mistress of the Assassins' Guild in Darujhistan, Genabackis (Mentioned only)[7]

W[edit | edit source]

  • Whirlwind Goddess, the goddess inhabiting the Whirlwind surrounding Raraku, the 'Holy Desert', on Seven Cities (First mentioned)[6] (First appearance)[24]
  • Whiskeyjack, the 'Bridgeburners' legendary commander (Mentioned only)[3]
  • Widdershins, Medium Infantry of the 9th Company, 8th Legion, Malazan 14th Army (Mentioned only)[1]

Notes and references[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 House of Chains, Chapter 22
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 House of Chains, Chapter 16
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 3.21 3.22 3.23 3.24 3.25 3.26 3.27 3.28 3.29 3.30 3.31 3.32 3.33 3.34 3.35 3.36 3.37 3.38 3.39 3.40 3.41 3.42 3.43 3.44 3.45 3.46 3.47 3.48 3.49 3.50 3.51 3.52 3.53 3.54 3.55 3.56 3.57 3.58 3.59 3.60 3.61 3.62 3.63 3.64 3.65 House of Chains, Chapter 5
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22 4.23 House of Chains, Chapter 2
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 5.18 5.19 5.20 5.21 5.22 House of Chains, Chapter 9
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16 6.17 6.18 6.19 6.20 6.21 6.22 6.23 House of Chains, Chapter 7
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 House of Chains, Chapter 6
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 House of Chains, Chapter 23
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 House of Chains, Chapter 14
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 House of Chains, Chapter 25
  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 House of Chains, Chapter 20
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 House of Chains, Chapter 3
  13. 13.00 13.01 13.02 13.03 13.04 13.05 13.06 13.07 13.08 13.09 13.10 13.11 13.12 13.13 13.14 13.15 13.16 13.17 13.18 House of Chains, Chapter 1
  14. 14.00 14.01 14.02 14.03 14.04 14.05 14.06 14.07 14.08 14.09 14.10 14.11 14.12 14.13 House of Chains, Chapter 8
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 15.5 15.6 House of Chains, Chapter 18
  16. 16.00 16.01 16.02 16.03 16.04 16.05 16.06 16.07 16.08 16.09 16.10 16.11 16.12 16.13 House of Chains, Chapter 12
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 House of Chains, Chapter 11
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 18.4 18.5 House of Chains, Chapter 19
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 19.4 19.5 House of Chains, Chapter 13
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 House of Chains, Chapter 17
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 House of Chains, Chapter 21
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 22.4 House of Chains, Chapter 15
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 23.5 23.6 House of Chains, Chapter 4
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 House of Chains, Chapter 26
  25. House of Chains, Chapter 10
  26. House of Chains, Epilogue
  27. House of Chains, Prologue
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