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Appearing in "The Haunters of Castle Crimson"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Zuleika (First appearance)
  • Malthom of Nemedia

Antagonists:

  • Raiders (First appearance)
  • Mordek (First and only known appearance; dies) (Main story and flashback)
  • Khelru-Shan (First and only known appearance; dies)
  • Skeletons

Other Characters:

  • Zuagirs (Mentioned)
  • Ishtar (Invoked)
  • Bel (Invoked)
  • Princess Yasmela (Mentioned)
  • Rodrik of Koth (First and only known appearance; dies) (Only in flashback)
  • Crom (Invoked)
  • Princess Corma (First appearance) (Only in flashback)
  • Aballah Bin Khor (Mentioned)
  • Khelru-Shan (Mentioned)
  • Mitra (Invoked)
  • Khelru-Shan's stronghold's guards (First appearance)
    • Ali-Bey (First appearance)
    • Unnamed captain of the guard (First appearance)
  • Hari Bin Nasru (First appearance)
  • Devil (Invoked)
  • Astoreth (Invoked)
  • Adonis (Invoked)
  • Mephistopheles (Referenced)

Races and Species:

Locations:

  • Earth (Main story and flashback)
    • Hyboria (Main story and flashback)
      • Barren Triangle (First appearance)
        • Kizil-Bezzin (First appearance)
      • Zamboula (Mentioned)
      • Turan (Mentioned)
      • Kothian Kingdoms (Mentioned)
      • Hyborian Kingdoms (Mentioned)
      • Cimmeria (Mentioned)
      • Shem (Main story and flashback)
        • Caste Crimson (First appearance) (Main story and flashback)
      • Hyrkania (Mentioned)
      • Tamba-Syn (Only in flashback)
      • Khelru-Shan's stronghold (First appearance)
      • Zamora (Mentioned)
  • Ishtar's Realm (Invoked)
  • Seven Hells (Invoked)

Events:

Synopsis for "The Haunters of Castle Crimson"

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Appearing in "The Hyborian Age Chapter 3 The Hyborian Kingdoms"

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Events:

Synopsis for "The Hyborian Age Chapter 3 The Hyborian Kingdoms"

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Notes

  • The Haunters of Castle Crimson is freely adapted from the story The Slave Princess by Robert E. Howard.
  • The Hyborian Age is adapted from the homonymous essay by Robert E. Howard. It was later adapted in an abridged version in Conan the Adventurer #5, presenting events from Chapter I: The Pre-Cataclysmic Age (Savage Sword of Conan #7), Chapter II: The Rise of the Hyborians (Savage Sword of Conan #8), and Chapter III: The Hyborian Kingdoms.
  • This issue also includes "Chivalry is Alive and Well and Living in Berkeley", a photo-essay look at the Society for Creative Anachronism by Sam J. Maronie.

See Also

Links and References

References

  1. Savage Sword of Conan #30; A Gazetteer of the Hyborian Age: Aesir's entry
  2. Savage Sword of Conan #33; A Gazetteer of the Hyborian Age, Part III: Hybori's entry
  3. Savage Sword of Conan #33; A Gazetteer of the Hyborian Age, Part III: Hyperborea's entry
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