|Prince of the Copper Isles, His Highness|
|Start of Reign|
|End of Reign|
|Years of Service|
|Nationality||The Copper Isles|
|Ancestors||Ludas Jimajen, House Jimajen|
|Other Family||Princess Imajane (sister in-law)|
|Affiliation||Luarin nobility and royalty|
Bronau Jimajen was a non-royal luarin prince of the Copper Isles. He was the brother of Prince Rubinyan Jimajen, a regent of the Copper Islands. He never really got along with his older brother, as each of them were different and yet not so different. Prince Bronau was playful, charming, and was described as a ladies' man while Rubinyan was more solemn. He was a greedy man, but was also in great debt.
After the Balitangs' exile, Bronau invited himself to Duke Mequen's home on Lombyn, Tanair to woo the duke's eldest daughter, Saraiyu Balitang, who was half-raka. Bronau displayed indifference to her raka side because of her luarin bloodlines. Since Duke Mequen was the next heir to the throne after King Dunevon, Bronau conspired to wed Sarai and force Mequen to make him king.
To woo Sarai, he was very forward with his gift-giving since he gave her a necklace that Aly noted was more suitable for a suitor to give as an object of courtship rather than as a gift to a friend's daughter.
After a kidnap attempt on King Dunevon failed, Bronau returned to Tanair with a plan to force Mequen and Sarai into submission. It did not succeed. After killing his only hope to the throne, Mequen, he was killed himself by Dove.
Bronau was five feet nine inches (5' 9") tall, although he looked taller. He had a warrior's build, broad shoulders and heavily muscled thighs, and weapon scars on his big hands. Bronau had grey eyes and reddish brown hair that grew as long as his shoulders and fell in waves. His nose had once been broken and he had winged brows. Bronau also grew a beard, but he kept it closely trimmed. His lips were "thin almost to the point of invisibility".
Like most luarin nobles in the isles, he dressed in the fashion of the Eastern Lands, with tunic and breeches, although slightly adapted to the jungles of the isles with airier material.
Notes and references
- ↑ Trickster's Choice, Cp. 2 (p. 37/38; Random House paperback)