Grazdan mo Eraz
- For other characters with the same name, see Grazdan (disambiguation).
A Storm of Swords
Grazdan leads the Yunkai envoys to Daenerys Targaryen when she comes to conquer their city. On behalf of the city, he attempts to bribe her with gold and try to convince her to pass over Yunkai, but is rebuffed and in turn given an ultimatum by Daenerys to let the slaves go by the third day.
After the crushing defeat of the Yunkai forces outside of their walls, Grazdan is sent to deliver Daenerys's ultimatum.
A Dance with Dragons
Grazdan mo Eraz travels to Volantis to persuade the Triarchs to send their fleet against Daenerys Targaryen. His bribes and feasts are said to be lavish, he brought slave girls and boys trained in Yunkai in the way of the seven sighs to pleasure the ruling class of Volantis.
While in Volantis he spreads many false stories about Daenerys, that she is blood thirsty, feeds her Dragons on the flesh of newborn babies, impales anyone who defies her on spikes to die, takes a different lover every night and bathes in blood of maidens to retain her youth. 
Quotes by Grazdan
I pride myself on my knowledge of the savage senseless west. And yet, why should we speak thus harshly to one another? It is true that you committed savageries in Astapor, but we Yunkai’i are a most forgiving people. Your quarrel is not with us, Your Grace. Why squander your strength against our mighty walls when you will need every man to regain your father’s throne in far Westeros? Yunkai wishes you only well in that endeavor, and to prove the truth of that, I have brought you a gift. Fifty thousand golden marks. Yours, as a gesture of friendship from the Wise Masters of Yunkai. Gold given freely is better than plunder bought with blood, surely? So I say to you, Daenerys Targaryen, take this chest, and go.—Grazdan, to Daenerys Targaryen
You shall rue this arrogance, whore. These little lizards will not keep you safe, I promise you. We will fill the air with arrows if they come within a league of Yunkai. Do you think it is so hard to kill a dragon?—Grazdan, to Daenerys Targaryen