Title: Lord Restimar
Age: Most likely the same age as Caspian the Ninth
Species: Son of Adam, Telmarine
Home: Formerly Miraz's castle
First Appearance: First mentioned in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Ch. 2 (1952)
~ The Voyage of the Dawn Treader ~ (1952)Miraz sent exploring, Lord Restimar sails to the Lone Islands (where Lord Bern remains behind), and on to Dragon Island (where Lord Octesian remains behind), then on to uncharted seas. Restimar meets his fate on what is later named Deathwater Island. When Caspian, Edmund, Lucy, Eustace, and Reepicheep arrive there years later, they discover Restimar's clothes and armor abandoned on a hill. His body, which was turned into a solid gold statue by the water, is lying at the bottom of a lake. He had been there on a hot day and dove into the water, unaware of its terrible power of turning everything it touched into gold.
About Lord Restimar
At one time Restimar was a respected Narnian lord whose loyalty to Caspian the Ninth worried Miraz enough to send him and his companions to sea. Little is known about his character. His death was accidental, as he could not have known that the water he dove into would turn him into gold.