Zarfhaana, along Farsun and another unnamed country was part of the Triple Federation was an anti-Valusian coalition, which included considered among the Seven Empires of Thuria. Thurania was the hereditary enemy of Zarfhaana.
Zarfhaana was one of the origins to the Hyborian Age Hyrkanians, as well as possibly Koth, Ophir, and/or Corinthia. The steppes of Zarfhaana remained, known as the Zarfhaana Steppes or the Hyrkanian Steppe(s).
Legacy in the Hyborian Age
Due to the statement that the Hyborian Kingdoms of Koth, Ophir, and Corinthia "regained their independence with the fall of the empire" of Acheron, a theory asserted that those three kingdoms may had not been founded by the Hyborians (unlikely to have dominated those kingdoms at the dawn of Acheron), but by refugees from Valusia, Thurania, and Zarfhaana, rebuilding their culture while the Hyborians were still in the Far North.
Eventually, during the Age of Conan (circa 10,000 BC), a band of Hyrkanians self-styled as "the Sons of the White Wolf" rose against the Turanian Empire, rejecting Erlik and returning to the Zarfhaanan worship of the White Wolf.
Points of Interest
- Talunia - eastern border-city
- Varicus - Deposed emperor (circa 18,500 BC)
- 2 appearance(s) of Zarfhaana
- 1 minor appearance(s) of Zarfhaana
- 9 mention(s) of Zarfhaana
- 1 image(s) of Zarfhaana
- 2 article(s) related to Zarfhaana