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Nanrovah
Family
Children Misel
Nationality Hallandren
World Nalthis
Universe Cosmere
Featured In Warbreaker

…still say that we cannot possibly justify military action against Idris!

—Nanrovah[1]

Nanrovah is a priest in the Hallandren Court of Gods prior to the Pahn Kahl rebellion.

Appearance and Personality[edit]

Nanrovah wore the robes of a priest, in the colors of his god Stillmark the Noble, blue and gold.[1]

Nanrovah is a traditionalist, like his god, and argues against most proposals brought forth in the Court of Gods. He was well respected within the court.[1] His father was one of the wealthiest merchants in Hallandren, and Nanrovah inherited his wealth from him, which means his gotes cannot be bought with coin.[2]

History[edit]

Nanrovah is high priest to Stillmark the Noble, and is notably the most outspoken of the priests against going to war with Idris.[1] He has met with Vasher previously, but did not immediately recognize him. Vasher asked him to oppose the war, a position he already held.[2] Later, however, he unexpectedly changes his position, suddenly supporting the notion of war.[3] This is due to a calculated attack on his carriage by Denth's crew,[4] who kidnap his daughter Misel, hold her hostage, and threaten to kill her if he doesn't stop openly opposing the war.[2] After her rescue, Nanrovah is able to safely oppose the war again; however, because he had changed his opinion twice by then, the others don't take his arguments as seriously anymore.[5]

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