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Appearing in "Death Has Four Corners"

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Synopsis for "Death Has Four Corners"

  • Synopsis not yet written

Appearing in "Thief in the Night"

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  • Unnamed lady (First appearance)
  • Fharim-Shan's seraglio (First appearance)

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  • Guards (First appearance)

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  • Unnamed rival prince to Fharim-Shan (First appearance)
  • Fharim-Shan (First appearance)

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  • Earth
    • Hyboria
      • Zamora
        • Unnamed city (First appearance)
          • Palace of Fharim-Shan (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Thief in the Night"

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Appearing in "Daughter of the Western Sea"

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  • Conan (Second mate in the crew)

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  • Crew (First appearance)
    • Captain (First and only known appearance; dies)
    • Quatro (First appearance)
    • Old Phlem (First appearance)
    • Unnamed bucanneers (First appearance; some die)

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  • Splime Daughter (First appearance)

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  • Unnamed ship (First appearance)
  • The Corsair' Pride (Mentioned)
  • The Hell-Spite (Mentioned)
  • The Doom-Bringer (Mentioned)
  • The Skullcrusher (Mentioned)
  • The Spinecrusher (Mentioned)

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Appearing in "Conscience of the king"

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  • Tu
  • Laria
  • Unnamed blind girl (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Conscience of the king"

The Serpent-Men's siege of the City of Wonders lasted ten months. Kull had doubts about his ability to drive them away. A chance encounter with a blind girl changed his mind. The girl did not recognize him, but spoke with admiration of the King's achievements. With renewed confidence, Kull led the Valusians to victory.

Trivia

  • "Death Has Four Corners" is the third part of an adaptation of the novel "Conan and the Gods of the Mountain" (1993) by Roland Green, a sequel to "Red Nails" (1936) by Robert E. Howard.

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