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Conan flees Ophir, and in the Aquilonian city of Shamar he joins the Thanza Rangers, a group raised to attack raiders in the Thanza region of the Border Range. Up in the mountains, bandit chieftain Lysinka joins her band of men to those of Baron Grolin, the self-titled ?Lord of Thanza,? so they can seek for a chest that flew off when Lynsinka tried to steal it from a caravan. According to Grolin, it contains the Soul of Thanza, which grants lordship over death. Unknown to the others, a mysterious semi-invisible wizard helps guide Grolin to the Soul of Thanza. The ragtag Thanza Rangers, nominally lead by boyish Captain Klarnides but actually headed by master-at-arms Tharmis Rog and Conan, move into the mountains to attacks the raiders. After Grolin abandons Lysinka during a fight with the Rangers, Lysinka surrenders to Conan and agrees to help apprehend Grolin. Together, they and the Rangers set out to find the Soul of Thanza before Grolin can use it to turn himself into the indestructible Death Lord. Conan find unexpected help from an army of the dead, and he will need all the aid he can against the horrors of the Mountain of the Skull and the awesome might of the Death Lord.
Captain Klarnides- Puppet leader of the thanza rangers
Lysinka- bandit chieftain
Baron Grolin - self titled lord of thanza
Thanza region of the Border Range.
Aquilonian city of Shamar
city of Ophir
Mountain of the Skull
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