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Appearing in "There Will Come a Dark Stranger"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • The Prophet Ismail (First appearance) (Ascends to Heaven)
  • Prince Aziz (First appearance)
  • Lord Fouad (First appearance)
  • Makim Bey (First appearance)

Antagonists:

  • Rashad Khan (First and only known appearance; dies)
  • Rashad Khan's Iranistanian mercenaries (First and only known appearance)
    • Unnamed mercenaries (First appearance; many or all die)
  • Princess Parviza (First and only known appearance; dies)
  • Bundar, champion of the Hill Tribes (First and only known appearance; dies)

Other Characters:

  • People of Khybal (First appearance)
    • Unnamed bootmaker (First appearance)
  • Hill Tribes (First appearance)
  • Future Devi of Vendhya (Mentioned)

Deities and Invocations:

Races and Species:

Locations:

  • Afghulistan
    • Khybal (First appearance)
      • Great fortress (First appearance)
      • Royal palace (First appearance)
    • Mountains
      • Encampment of the Hill Tribes (First appearance)
        • Stronghold of the Hill Tribes (First appearance)
  • Iranistan (Referenced)
  • Khitai (Mentioned)
  • Vendhya (Mentioned)
  • Hyrkania (Mentioned)
  • Cimmeria (Mentioned)
  • Heaven (Mentioned)

Items:

  • Crown of Khybal (First appearance)

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Events and Eras:

Synopsis for "There Will Come a Dark Stranger"

  • Synopsis not yet written

Appearing in "Song of the Dead"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Laria of Kamula (First appearance) (Seemingly possessed by the unnamed sorcerer)
  • Valusian soldiers
  • Brule

Antagonists:

  • Unnamed sorcerer / possibly "Something evil" (Death) (Seemingly possesses Laria)

Other Characters:

Deities and Invocations:

Races and Species:

Locations:

Events and Eras:

Synopsis for "Song of the Dead"

  • Synopsis not yet written

Notes

  • In "Song of the Dead", Kull and his soldiers witness inscription of the story of a mighty warrior whose totem is the lion defending his homeland from invaders, slaying a king and stealing his crown to rule a mighty land from a throne in a wondrous city, until something slew the king and his followers, and ruled a barren wasteland. Kull rejects it as his history, noting that his totem is the tiger and not the lion, and that he doesn't comes from a "land of mountains and ice".

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