The Phoenix on the Sword

By Robert E. Howard

Conan has recently seized the crown of Aquilonia from King Numedides after he strangled the tyrant upon his throne. However, his rule over Aqualonia is nonexistent, as Conan is more suited to swinging his broadsword than signing official documents with a stylus. The citizens of Aquilonia, who originally welcomed Conan as their liberator from Numedides’ tyranny, have gradually turned against him due to his foreign Cimmerian blood.

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