This article is about Hangrell, a member of the Thieves' Guild of Tai-tastigon. For Hangnail, a member of the Intelligencers' Guild of Kothifir, see Hangnail.

I hate thieves who specialize in robbing old people. If nothing else, where's the skill in it? Oh, I know all guildsmen can't be as principled as Darinby, but it's still depressing to come across a specimen like Hangrell, whose highest ambition, apparently, is to become one of Bane's scrap-fed rats.
Jame, God Stalk,
"Chapter 7: The Feast of Fools"

Hangrell is an apprentice in the Thieves' Guild of Tai-tastigon who is a would-be follower of Bane,[1] though Bane did not always agree with him.[2] He is apprenticed to a "rather disreputable master" whose territory abuts the western Lower Town.[3]

He once robbed the Widow Cibbeth, and Jame had to get it back. She said he specialized in robbing old people.


  1. God Stalk, "Principal Characters Past and Present" — "Hangrell: a would-be follower of Bane"
  2. God Stalk, Book II: Crown of Nights, "Chapter 9: A Matter of Honor" — " 'stop glowering at me. For once, I'm not to blame. That imbecile Hangrell was acting on his own against my wishes, whatever he may have thought they were. I would have dealt with him myself if you hadn't gotten to him first.' "
  3. God Stalk, Book II: Crown of Nights, "Chapter 7: The Feast of Fools" — "a lanky, pimple-faced thief […] the apprentice of a rather disreputable master, whose territory abutted the Lower Town on the west."

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