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Quote1 No! The Elders chose wrong. I'm not the Person they need for what is coming. My Faith is weak... I have Doubts. Serious Doubts. Quote2
-- Whis'par

Appearing in "Almuric"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Esau Cairn (First appearance) (Main story and flashback)

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Senator/"Boss" Blaine (Only appearance; dies)[1] (Main story and flashback)
  • Police
  • Thugrans (First appearance) (Unnamed)
  • Kothans (First appearance) (Unnamed)
    • Akra (First appearance)
  • Men of Khor (First appearance) (Unnamed) (Possibly behind the scenes)
    • Unnamed Guras Next (First appearance) (Possibly behind the scenes)

Other Characters:

  • Old Frontier people (Only in flashback)
  • College football player (Corpse) (Only in flashback)
  • Esau Cairn's boxing sparring partner (Only appearance; dies)[1] (Only in flashback)
  • Hercules (Referenced)
  • Undisclosed state office (Mentioned)
  • Yahweh (Invoked)
  • Thak (Invoked)
  • Altha (First appearance) (Unnamed)

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Items:

  • Police guns
  • Great Secret (First appearance)
  • Guras gun (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Almuric"Edit

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Appearing in "Hope's End"Edit


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Synopsis for "Hope's End"Edit

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Appearing in "Monkey See"Edit


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Synopsis for "Monkey See"Edit

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Appearing in "Sequence"Edit


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Synopsis for "Sequence"Edit

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Appearing in "Whis'par"Edit

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Synopsis for "Whis'par"Edit

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Appearing in "Siegfried and the Dragon"Edit

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Items:

  • Siegfried's horn
  • Siegfried's sword
  • Ring of Gold (Mentioned)

Synopsis for "Siegfried and the Dragon"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Sinner"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • The Sinner (Only appearance; dies)[1]

Antagonists:

  • People of Happy Valley
  • The Preacher / "Padre"

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Events:

  • Great War

Synopsis for "Sinner"Edit

Reprinted from witzend #1.

Appearing in "Seven Moons' Light Casts Complex Shadows"Edit


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Synopsis for "Seven Moons' Light Casts Complex Shadows"Edit

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Appearing in "Tarn's World"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • "Tarn" / Thomas "Tom" Arnsley (First appearance) (Main story and flashback)

Supporting Characters:

  • "Alyssa" / Alice (First appearance) (Main story and flashback)

Antagonists:

  • Reality Police (First appearance)
    • Unnamed agent (Only appearance; dies)[1]

Other Characters:

  • "Grom, the Tyrant" (Mentioned)
  • "Nekros, the Sorcerer" (Mentioned)
  • Groham and Necropolis (First appearance) (Only in flashback)

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Locations:

  • Multiverse (Referenced)
    • Tarn's World / Thomas Arnsley's dream (First appearance) (Dominating Thomas Arnsley's unnamed reality)
      • Tarn's castle
    • Thomas Arnsley's unnamed reality (First appearance) (Dominated by Tarn's World)
      • Earth (Only in flashback)

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Synopsis for "Tarn's World"Edit

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Appearing in "The True Game"Edit


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Synopsis for "The True Game"Edit

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  • "Almuric" is adapted from the novel Almuric by American author Robert E. Howard.
    • Almost all of the other Robert E. Howard adaptations published by Marvel (Conan, Kull, Solomon Kane, etc.) were set on Earth-616. However, there has not been any indication if that is true of the Almuric stories.
  • "Hope's End" is an illustrated poem.
  • "Whis'par" is a chapter of Jim Starlin's Metamorphosis Odyssey, a story which eventually led to the long-running Dreadstar franchise.
    • Tom Orzechowski did Letters on the Metamorphosis Odyssey stories according to the Dynamite Entertainment-Hardcover Dreadstar: The Beginning which was overseen by Jim Starlin himself.
  • "Siegfried and the Dragon" is adapted from the opera Siegfried by German composer Richard Wagner.


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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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