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  • A gray-cloaked, white-bearded man standing on a snow-covered mountaintop holding a lantern in one hand and a staff in the other.


  • Behind him followed one of his gray-cloaked trackers and a bedraggled, long-bearded man who looked as frightened of his mount as he did the company of Maces gathered on the road.

    The Veiled Dragon

  • Ten feet from him, a gray-cloaked form was moving rapidly along the wall, clutching a thin-bladed knife in one hand.

    Conan The Hunter

  • He drew his arm back, full, as a gray-cloaked figure came out the door, only at the last moment remembering goblins were not deer, goblins might wear armor and the back was a hard place to find a target ...

    The Goblin Mirror

  • "Forgive me," said the gray-cloaked elf before Sithas cut him off.

    The Kinslayer Wars

  • That night, when all the people in the great house were asleep, the little postern opened very gently, and a gray-cloaked figure crept softly out.

    Tales From Scottish Ballads

  • She hurried to a window and looked out upon the gray-cloaked morning.

    Beverly of Graustark

  • Then one gray-cloaked figure emerged from the oaken door and climbed to the tower, hunched and bone-thin, leaning heavily against the wall, her virtuoso’s fingers clinging to the mossy stones.

    The Urchin’s Dark Kite « A Fly in Amber

  • "Find out if anyone has seen a gray-cloaked stranger fleeing on either road.

    Conan The Hunter


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