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The exact date Sabetha left the Gentlemen Bastards is unclear, though the book hints that she left 2-3 years prior to The Lies Of Locke Lamora, and 5 years prior to The Republic of Thieves.
 
The exact date Sabetha left the Gentlemen Bastards is unclear, though the book hints that she left 2-3 years prior to The Lies Of Locke Lamora, and 5 years prior to The Republic of Thieves.
   
It is hinted that while Locke is named the ‘Thorn of Camorr’, Sabetha is titled the ‘Rose of the Marrows’. The nicknames developed out of a conversation among the Gentlemen Bastards. Sabetha claims that she will be great, leaving mystery in her wake, while her victims damn her name. At this point she crafts a quick we learn that Sabetha discards her moniker, though as we know from tLoLL, Locke's became infamous within Camorri legend.
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It is hinted that while Locke is named the ‘Thorn of Camorr’, Sabetha is titled the ‘Rose of Camorr’. The nicknames developed out of a conversation among the Gentlemen Bastards. Sabetha claims that she will be great, leaving mystery in her wake, while her victims damn her name. At this point she crafts a quick we learn that Sabetha discards her moniker, though as we know from tLoLL, Locke's became infamous within Camorri legend.
   
 
According to the Sanza twins, she now dwells in Parlay, a canton of the Kingdom of Seven Marrows, ‘thousands of miles away’ from Camorr.
 
According to the Sanza twins, she now dwells in Parlay, a canton of the Kingdom of Seven Marrows, ‘thousands of miles away’ from Camorr.
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