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  • The voice choked in her throat as Valenso caught up a jewel-hilted riding whip and brought it down across the child's frail body with a savage force that left a red weal across her naked shoulders.

    The Conquering Sword of Conan

  • The voice choked in her throat as Valenso caught up a jewel-hilted riding whip and brought it down across the child's frail body with a savage force that left a red weal across her naked shoulders.

    The Conquering Sword Of Conan

  • They were drawing his soul into the body of a foul night-weird, and in a moment of lucidity, he begged her to plunge her jewel-hilted golden-guarded dagger into his heart, to send his soul to Asura before the wizards could draw it back to the tower on the mountain crag.

    The Bloody Crown Of Conan

  • Over all they put the silken surcoat with the royal lion worked in gold upon the breast, and they girt him with a broad gold-buckled belt which supported a jewel-hilted broadsword in a cloth-of-gold scabbard.

    The Bloody Crown Of Conan

  • They were drawing his soul into the body of a foul night-weird, and in a moment of lucidity, he begged her to plunge her jewel-hilted golden-guarded dagger into his heart, to send his soul to Asura before the wizards could draw it back to the tower on the mountain crag.

    The Bloody Crown of Conan

  • From a gold-scaled girdle hung a short, narrow, jewel-hilted sword in a sheath of ornamented leather.

    The Coming Of Conan The Cimmerian

  • From a gold-scaled girdle hung a short, narrow, jewel-hilted sword in a sheath of ornamented leather.

    The Coming of Conan The Cimmerian

  • Over all they put the silken surcoat with the royal lion worked in gold upon the breast, and they girt him with a broad gold-buckled belt which supported a jewel-hilted broadsword in a cloth-of-gold scabbard.

    The Bloody Crown of Conan

  • The golden firelight glinted from the knives he had stowed about hima couple of straight-bladed dirks, three wavy-edged daggers, and one jewel-hilted long knife.

    The Dragons of Krynn

  • In the same instant, Tarran raised up on his kneesnow his howling was for pain, his curses for helplessnessand let fly the jewel-hilted long knife and pierced the beast's tongue.

    The Dragons of Krynn

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