Appearing in "The Tower of the Elephant"
- Taurus of Nemedia, prince of thieves (Only appearance; dies)
- Yag-Kosha / Yogah of Yag (Only appearance; dies)
- Giant spider (Only appearance; dies)
- High Priest Yara (Only appearance; dies) (Main story and flashback)
- Bel, God of all thieves (Invoked)
- Unnamed Kothian (Only appearance; dies)
- Unnamed count of Ophir (Mentioned)
- Unnamed Brythunian stolen woman (Mentioned)
- Elephant Tower's guardsmen (Only appearance; dies)
- Lions (Only appearance; dies)
- Mitra (Invoked)
- Crom (Invoked)
- Green Gods of Yag (Invoked)
- Kings of Yag (Mentioned)
- Picts (Mentioned)
Races and Species:
- Grey Wolves (Mentioned)
- Rats (Mentioned)
- Elephants (Referenced)
- Spiders (Mentioned)
- Toads (Mentioned)
- Upas Tree (Mentioned)
- Panthers (Referenced)
- Unidentified alien species (Main story and flashback)
- Gods (Mentioned)
- Demons (Mentioned)
- Smilodon (Only in flashback)
- Ape-Men (Only in flashback)
- Hyperbora (Referenced)
- Shem (Referenced)
- Khitai (Only in flashback)
- Gundersland (Referenced)
- Koth (Mentioned) (Arctic Circle)
- Ophir (Mentioned)
- Brythunia (Mentioned)
- Hyrkania (Mentioned)
- Kamelia (Mentioned)
- Nemedia (Mentioned) (Arctic Circle)
- Aquilonia (Mentioned) (Arctic Circle)
- Stygia (Only in flashback)
- River Styx (Only in flashback)
- Valusia (Only in flashback)
- Kamelia (Mentioned)
- Commoria (Mentioned)
- Pictish Isles (Only in flashback)
- Atlantis (Mentioned)
- Lemuria (Mentioned)
- Arctic Circle (Mentioned)
- Hell (Invoked)
- Yag (Mentioned)
- Heart of the Elephant (Only appearance; destruction)
- Black Lotus (Used)
- Taurus' cord
- Wine of the Upas Tree (Mentioned)
- Magic of Delivrance (Invoked)
Synopsis for "The Tower of the Elephant"
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "Cimmeria"
Synopsis for "Cimmeria"
- The story "The Tower of the Elephant" was recounted from Conan the Barbarian #4 (1971) for a few reasons:
- The original adaptation was allowed only a format of about 20 pages.
- It was Roy Thomas's favorite among Robert E. Howard's prose wirings and wanted to have John Buscema and Alfredo Alcala to adapt it (matter of fact, he would had liked to have Gil Kane, Neal Adams and every other artist who worked on Conan's adventures).
- "Cimmeria" is a poem with art by Smith and Conrad.
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