"Terror Mountain": Believing his life is being saved while almost falling off a cliff, Korak is actually captured by a group of men so he can be traded as a slave. Killing the men, Korak takes a fallen foe's sword and shield. He continues to hike down through the gorge until he comes to the rive
- If ever a man appeared to be dead, it was Moosko! Gasping for breath, I rose to face Duare...
Appearing in "Terror Mountain"
- Kughis (Dies)
- Turkis (Dies)
- Citadel of Skulls
Synopsis for "Terror Mountain"
Believing his life is being saved while almost falling off a cliff, Korak is actually captured by a group of men so he can be traded as a slave. Killing the men, Korak takes a fallen foe's sword and shield. He continues to hike down through the gorge until he comes to the river below. After building a raft, he rides the rapids. He is attacked again by a warrior in a tree. Drowning him, Korak continues down stream and finally washes on shore near the village of where all the slave hunters came from. The villagers notice that Korak wears the weapons of the fallen slave hunters and he is promptly rewarded with a young woman/lover. The woman tells Korak that the Chief has recently captured a white skinned girl for himself, and Korak wonders if it is his beloved Meriem. To be continued...
Appearing in "Lost on Venus"
- Duare (princess of Vepaja)
- Moosko the Ongyan (Dies)
- Thorist gate guard
Synopsis for "Lost on Venus"
Carson has escaped the Thorist's death chamber and scales down the castle's high tower. It is then that he hears the screams of a woman. He jumps through the window to find the princess being pricked by a dagger by the evil Moosko. Leaping at his foe, Carson chokes him to death. He and the princess put on some cloaks and Carson slips the ring of Moosko upon his own finger. Together they exit the castle, but are stopped at the main gates by a guard. Carter shows the guard the ring, and they are free. Believing they are heading towards the sea, they soon realize that they are lost many miles inland.
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