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Quote1 "I go no more to Dark Valley, which is the gate of Hell." Quote2
-- Laza-Lanti src

History

Dagoth Hill was the heart and soul of the Dark Valley.[1]

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As Conan and the Free Companions set up camp here, Acheron and Isparana continued to grow closer, and one night they consummated their love; however, that same night, Acheron was awakened from his sleep and drawn into the catacombs, where he found the empty armor of the Devourer. Isparana awakened and followed Acheron, while Conan heard their voices and investigated. Conan threatened Acheron to keep away from the armor, which caused Isparana to draw her sword to defend him. As Conan and Isparana struggled, Acheron fell the rest of the way under the sway of the call of the Devourer, and he donned the helmet. After putting on the entire suit of armor, Acheron was transformed both physically and mentally back into the Devourer. The Devourer burst forth from the catacombs, slaughtering any of Conan's crew he encountered. He callously swatted Isparana aside and proclaimed himself the new lord of Dark Valley.[1]

Conan, meanwhile had been trapped in the collapsing catacombs when the Devourer broke free, and had been stuck battling some tentacled demons. Eventually he, too, escaped and confronted the Devourer. Isparana joined Conan, but their swords were no match for the Devourer; however, as Conan struggled vainly in hand-to-hand combat with the giant Devourer, smoke began to billow forth from the Devourer as it was consumed from within.[3]

Points of Interest

Ruins and a cave[2]

Residents

Notes

  • The "Dagoth Hill" was mentioned by Robert E. Howard in "The Dwellers Under the Tomb" (published in 1976).

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