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Appearing in "The People of the Black Circle"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Yasmina (First appearance)
  • Yar Afzal (First appearance)

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Other Characters:

  • Kings of Vendhya (Mentioned)
  • The Wazam
  • Slave girls
  • Priests of Asura (Mentioned)
  • Asura (Mentioned)
  • Chunder Shan, Governor of Peshkhauri
  • Aftghulis prisoners (Death)
  • Crom (Invoked)
  • Kosru Khan (Named only)
  • Wazulis (First appearance)

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Locations:

  • Earth
    • Hyboria
      • Vendhya (First appearance)
        • Ayodhya (Capital) (First appearance)
        • Northern province of Vendhya (First appearance)
          • Peshkhauri (First appearance)
        • Zhaibar Pass (Mentioned)
        • Himelian Mountains (Referenced)
        • Valley of Gurashah (Named only)
        • Afghulistan (Mentioned)
        • Zhaibar
    • Turan (Mentioned)
      • Secunderam (Named only)
    • Yimsha (Mentioned)
  • Unseen realms (Mentioned)
  • Hell (Invoked)

Synopsis for "The People of the Black Circle"

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Appearing in "The Hyborian Age Chapter 5 Fire and Slaughter"

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Synopsis for "The Hyborian Age Chapter 5 Fire and Slaughter"

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Appearing in "Worms of the Earth"

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Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Titus Sulla
  • Caius Camillius (Mentioned)
  • Roman Legionnaires
    • Centurion Publius
    • Valerius (Death)

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Synopsis for "Worms of the Earth"

  • Synopsis not yet written

Notes

  • The People of the Black Circle is adapted from the story by Robert E. Howard.
  • The Hyborian Age is adapted from the homonymous essay by Robert E. Howard.
  • Worms of the Earth is adapted from the story by Robert E. Howard, which is considered as part of the Cthulhu Mythos.[3]

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
  2. Savage Sword of Conan #16
  3. "Nameless Cults: The Cthulhu Mythos Fiction of Robert E. Howard" is a collection of Cthulhu Mythos short stories by Robert E. Howard. It was first published in 2001 by Chaosium Press.
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