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People of Nehwon - B

Bannat

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The Day Beggarmaster for the Thieves’ Guild during the time of Ill Met in Lankhmar was on furlough when Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser infiltrated Thieves’ House disguised as guild beggars. According to the Night Beggarmaster, Flim, Bannat had been bedridden with the swamp ague for ten days. A guard above the Cheap Street entrance tell the two earlier that Bannat is on a Whore Street furlough.

Bashabeck

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Bashabeck is an enforcer for the Thieves’ Guild known for wearing an orange head-cloth.

Basharat

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Basharat is an extortionist along the Street of the Gods and was Pulg’s chief competitor. He got the better of Pulg when it came to stealing Issek’s collection jug.

Bomar

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Bomar is the unofficial mayor of the traders’ quarter of Salthaven. He is a close-mouthed, scarred captain who originally hailed from the Eight Cities.

Braggi

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Braggi is the owner of the Silver Eel tavern. He is only mentioned by name in one story, however, the owner of the Silver Eel does play a minor part in a few other stories. We may, if we like, assume that Braggi is the owner in question. If so, we also know that he is grossly fat from the first chapter of The Swords of Lankhmar, and also has an unnamed appearance in Claws from the Night.

Bwadres

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Bwadres was the priest of Issek of the Jug, who was slowly going senile as his creed and proselytizing became less and less popular. He became completely revitalized, and began preaching with new vigor when Fafhrd became his acolyte. After Fafhrd unwittingly helped bring a visitation of Issek of the Jug to Lankhmar, the church’s popularity increased dramatically, challenging that of many established religions.

Bwadres turned over most of the duties to a new convert, Pulg the extortionist, after Fafhrd left, and relapsed until he and all the priests of Issek of the Jug were killed by the Gods of Lankhmar for blasphemy three years later.

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