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Bran—also known as "the Blessed," since anyone who meets him is pretty darn lucky—is one handsome fellow. He also happens to be a giant and the king of all Britain. Bran is loyal to a T, which is why he ran over to Ireland to defend his sister, Branwen, when he heard she was being mistreated there. Only one problem: Bran's currently without a head. But, hey, what does that matter?
Bran the Blessed, Raven (which is what "Bran" means in Welsh), B
Castell Dinas Bran, Powys, Wales, or my summer house at Harlech
King of the Island of the Mighty (Britain); being really, really tall
I learned from the best: other giants.
Monarchy 101: Don't be a king if you can't follow a king.
Lir/Llyr, god of the sea; and his mortal boo, Penardun, daughter of the sun god Belenos
Manannan mac Llyr (a.k.a. Manawydan ap Lir in Welsh), epic sea dude; my sis, Branwen; my half-sibs are Nisien and Efnisien, my mom's kids by her first marriage
Efnisien (bros don't always come first); Matholwch, king of Ireland and my brother-in-law, who treated Branwen pretty badly
Married to a queen whose name I can't remember
Ladies and battles
"I ask people why they have deer heads on their walls. They always say because it's such a beautiful animal. There you go. I think my mother is attractive, but I have photographs of her."
The Alchemyst by Michael Scott
Take Me Home by One Direction