GAME OF THRONES
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Meereen. A sister city to Yunkai and Astapor, Meereen boasted a thriving slave trade until the arrival of Daenerys Targaryen. Backed by her army of Unsullied, Dany incited a slave rebellion and took the city with the backing of her army of Unsullied. Her rule was challenged by the Sons of The Harpy, who nearly assassinated Dany before she fled Meereen riding Drogon. Tyrion Lannister with assistance from Grey Worm, Missandei and Varys, managed the city in her absence. After learning the masters were funding the Sons of The Harpy, Tyrion brokered a short-lived peace with them. Dany returned to Meereen, only to find it under siege by the Masters. With help from the Dothraki and her three dragons, she restored order.
Astapor. A sister city to Yunkai and Meereen and home to a thriving slave trade, it is famous for its force of fearless slave soldiers known as the Unsullied. Daenerys Targaryen acquired the entire army of Unsullied and set them free, rallying them to her cause.
Yunkai. A sister city to Astapor and Meereen, Yunkai is known as the Yellow City for its yellow-brick pyramids. The traders here specialized in selling bed-slaves until Daenerys Targaryen's army liberated the slave population, giving her control of the city.
Bravos, Free City. A city of seafarers and master swordsmen, Braavos consists of hundreds of tiny islands connected by stone bridges. Notable Braavosi landmarks include the Titan of Braavos, a giant statue that guards the harbor entrance to the city, the Iron Bank, the richest financial institution in the known world, and the house of Black and White, a centuries-old temple to the Many-Faced God.
Pentos, Free City. A coastal city of the East, Pentos conducts a brisk trade across the Narrow Sea – while paying tribute to the Dothraki to avoid domination.
Lys, Free City. Known for its fair inhabitants and their pleasure houses, Lys occupies several islands surrounded by rough sea.
Volantis, Free City. The oldest of the Free Cities, this harbor metropolis puts a premium on ancestry: To rule as one of the city's three triarchs, candidates must be able to trace their family lines to Valyrian times. A temple dedicated to the Lord of Light dominates the landscape.