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* The 1997 live-action TV series ''Series/ConanTheAdventurer''

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* The 1997 live-action TV series ''Series/ConanTheAdventurer''''Series/ConanTheAdventurer''
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''For the live-action TV series, see Series/ConanTheAdventurer.''

An animated cartoon series from the early 1990s, ''loosely'' based off of {{Conan}} (hence the title), but so very much LighterAndSofter then the original it should be considered more a generic fantasy series that merely borrows inspiration from Conan.

''Conan The Adventurer'' opens with a narration explaining that thousands of years ago, the demon-god Set ruled the earth as an immortal tyrant, served by legions of monstrous reptilian humanoids called "Serpentmen". However, a mighty warrior-wizard named Vathalos led the other White Wizards of the world in a rebellion against the demon-god and sealed him and most of his minions away in the Abyss. Unfortunately, some of Set's minions, human and Serpentman alike, escaped the purge and slunk into the shadows to prepare for the day when they could release Set and reclaim the world.

None of this is of any concern to Conan, who is a mere youth apprenticed to his father, a blacksmith, in a peaceful mountain village in Cimmeria. One day, a strange celestial event results in a great shower of shooting stars; while they hit all over the world, several of them land at Conan's mountain, whereupon Conan's father forges the "[[ThunderboltIron starmetal]]" they contain into weapons and makes a profitable business selling them, saving one piece, a mighty broadsword, for Conan. This sword is concealed in a stone sarcophagus, and Conan is told that he will be ready to wield it on the day that he can remove it from its resting place.

Unbeknownst to the Cimmerians, Wrath-amon, the High Wizard-Priest of Stygia and Lord of All Serpentmen, has been told by Set that starmetal holds the key to undoing the spell that keeps the demon-god sealed away, and he immediately sets to gathering the substance for his master. Several years after the starmetal shower, Conan's village is attacked by Wrath-amon's minions, led by the dark wizard himself. Conan runs to retrieve his sword, and finally manages to free it, but returns too late to help, forced to watch as his father, mother and grandfather are transformed into stone statues by Wrath-amon's evil magic. He vows to never rest until his family are restored, and while leaving the mountain, he stumbles across the tomb of the sage Epimitrias, still haunted by the ghost of this ancient wizard. The benevolent spirit tells Conan the reasons behind Wrath-amon's attack, and gives him a companion in the form of a fledgling phoenix named Needle.

And thus the journey begins... As Conan proceeds to wander the earth and battle Wrath-amon's evil, he makes numberous other allies, including the Vanirman Snag, the shuriken-tossing acrobat Jezmine, the warrior-wizard prince of the Wasai Zula, the wind-magician Greywolf, and the winged whip-wielding warrior Falconar.

!!''ConanTheAdventurer'' contains examples of:

* ActionGirl: Jezmine.
* AdaptationDistillation: while YourMileageMayVary on this, if you had to make a cartoon for children to watch starring Conan, this is the best and closest you will get to keeping the same spirit.
* BadFuture: one of the late episodes has Conan get pulled into one resulting from him dying in the ambush he was just subjected to. Set has escaped and conquered the world, Falconer has been killed, Snag's eye has been gouged out, Zula's hand has been cut off, Jasmine [[spoiler: has been transformed into a Serpentman]], Needle has been frozen into crystal, and Greywolf's siblings have been vaporised. In the course of preparing an antidote to dose Conan with so they can send him back, Snag [[spoiler: is eaten by Set]], Jasmine [[spoiler: changes into a serpent-beast to hold off Set and is killed]] and Zula and Greywolf are killed sending Conan back to his own time.
* BalefulPolymorph: Greywolf's brother, Misha, and his sister, Sasha, are transformed into wolf-monsters. Greywolf manages to restore their human minds, but is unable to do more in the process then turn them into ordinary wolves. Restoring them to human form becomes his driving motivation for the series.
* BlackMagic: Wrath-amon throws this around like it's going out of style. But there's plenty more of it that pops up.
* BloodlessCarnage: Though this series actually has the characters hit their enemies, all they do is change them into Serpentmen (if their enemies are disguised) or cause them to disintegrate and be sucked out of their clothes into the Abyss (if their true form has been revealed).
** This is actually worked into the story in the ending arc. With Set on Earth, disintegrating the Serpentmen only sends them a few miles away, where they rush right back to the fight, giving Set an inexhaustible army.
* CoolOldGuy: Conan's grandfather, Conn, was a pretty impressive adventurer himself in his younger days, and even in the present day thinks nothing of stealing the jewelery of a legendarily possessive and powerful lich-queen in order to trick her into destroying an enemy of his.
* CursedWithAwesome: Skulkar was transformed from a human warrior into an undead skeleton by being exposed to the BlackMagic of his treacherous former-friend Sadinar, after having already been empowered by the BlackMagic of Wrath-amon. Skulkar actually ''likes'' this state, [[spoiler: to the extent he goes berserk when Sadinar [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRixgouFkxA transforms him back into a human]] ]].
* DemBones: Skulkar, and any of his minions.
* TheDragon: Windfang, a human general who opposed Wrath-amon centuries ago, but was captured by him and forcibly transformed into a dragon-headed, four-armed, fire-breathing, winged monster. Gets two episodes devoted to him; ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D99yVVhhekw Windfang's Eyrie]]'' and ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGf67pVR_T0 Earthbound]]''
* ElementalEmbodiment: In one late episode, a renegade Zanthis wizard is transformed by Mesmira into an elemental humanoid, capable of switching between a hulking earth form, a winged fire form, a tornado-like air form, and water form.
* ElementalPowers: The White Wizards of Zanthus study magic that gives them control over each of the four elements. A Zanthus wizard is also allowed to only study one particular element -- trying to wield power over multiple elements results in exile.
* EvilSorcerer: Wrath-Amon and Ram-Amon
* ExpositoryThemeTune: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2x_4nCj4TI0 This]] pretty much sums up what Conan is after. Some consider it CrowningMusicOfAwesome, too.
* FateWorseThanDeath: Conan gets stung by a demon in one episode and begins to transform in a Serpentman.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Getting Conan to be her submissive lover is one of Mesmira's driving ambitions.
--> '''Conan''': When I get my hands on you, Mesmira, you'll wish you'd never heard of the purple lotus !
--> '''Mesmira''': Someday you ''will'' get your hands on me, Conan, but on my terms, not yours.
* HalfHumanHybrid: The Serpentmen are half-snake, half human. [[spoiler: Jasmine [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qm8akzQr-Lc discovers]] she is half-human, half-Serpentman.]]
* HeelFaceTurn: Astavis, a Serpentman with a human wife, falls in love with her and tries his hardest to keep her safe, even personally renouncing Set. When he is banished to the Abyss, his wife is accidentally pulled with him and he fights as hard as he can to keep her safe. When he finally returns to the world as part of Set's army, he deserts at the first chance he gets.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:The Kari Dragon]] sacrifices [[spoiler:himself]] to save the heroes from a recently unleashed Set.
* HeyItsThatVoice: ScottMcNeil plays multiple characters, including Wrath-Amon.
** And Zula is [[GIJoe Destro]], Snagg is [[BeastWars Optimus Primal]], Jezmine is [[EdEddNEddy Lee Kanker]] and Needle is [[AsToldByGinger Principal Erickson]].
* HornyVikings: The Vanir.
* HotAmazon: An episode where Conan and Snag wound up in a village where the "strongest man in town" was actually a woman ran the whole gamut of Amazon tropes. She was a [[DoesNotLikeMen man hater]], Snag initially reacted to her as if she BrawnHilda (NoGuyWantsAnAmazon), she got herself into trouble and Snag saved her which messed with her world perception (AllAmazonsWantHercules), and then she ended up saving him back. In the end, Snag and the woman decided to enjoy being equals, and the episode ended with AnAesop about appreciating people for what they are. Please, anyone who remembers the woman's name add it into this.
* HotWitch: Mesmira, who is frequently making use of mind-controlling and mind-altering spells to get what she can't get through simple flirting.
* HumanityEnsues: Played straight with [[spoiler: Skulkar]] in the episode "Bones of Damballa"
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: Ram-Amon, original wielder of the Black Ring and creator of Wrath-Amon, escapes unscathed in the final episode. Ditto Mesmira. Presumably, this was a SequelHook for future episodes, had there been any.]]
* NamesTheSame: "Conan the Adventurer" was originally the name of a series of short stories published in the 1960s. It was later used as the name of a separate live-action TV series adaptation of Conan.
** MarvelComics also put out an ongoing with the same name.
* NinjaPirateRobotZombie: Conan is a BarbarianHero who ends up learning some of Zula's animal-magic (he's never very good at it, though), becomes adopted into Zula's tribe as his blood-brother, discovers he's of [[{{Atlantis}} Atlantean]] blood and becomes a trained {{Ninja}}.
* NoIndoorVoice: Needle. OH SO VERY MUCH AWWWWWWWK AWWWWWWK AWWWWWWK!!!
* PollyWantsAMicrophone: Needle is this at best, a SmallAnnoyingCreature at worst.
* ThePhoenix: Needle, a rather immature/weak version. He does get to become a fully grown adult for a few moments, and the episode ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npTIy1ddbEo Crevasse of Winds]]'' has an evil phoenix show up.
* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Set is a demon-god that appears as a giant cobra, the Serpentmen are the main allies, Wrath-amon is a humanoid monster created from a carnivorous lizard... and that's not even getting into all of the other reptilian monsters that show up.
* ShoutOut: This show has dozens of shout-outs to the novels, from major ones like [[ContinuityNod Conan and his tribe being descendents of Atlantis]] to minor ones like Skulkar sharing his true name, Sakumbe, [[ShownTheirWork with a minor ConanTheBarbarian character, an ally of Conan's]].
* SpinOff: ''ConanAndTheYoungWarriors''
* StalkerWithaCrush: Windfang is infatuated with Jezmine because she reminds him of the woman he'd loved, back when he was a human.
* ThunderboltIron: Starmetal
* VitriolicBestBuds: Conan and Snagg routinely exchange tribal insults.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler: Greywolf's subplot is the only one completely unresolved at the end of the series. The best he can accomplish is turning his brother and sister into reverse werewolves (human during a full moon, wolves otherwise).]]
* WorldOfHam: Second only to BrianBLESSED in terms of how much of any given episode a character is shouting.
* WouldntHitAGirl: Conan considers hitting women against his code of honor, to the point that he allowed himself to be recaptured by the Amazons rather than fight his way out of their camp. As Needle put it, "Big dumb barbarian need better code".

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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Conan_the_Adventurer_small.gif

''For the live-action TV series, see Series/ConanTheAdventurer.''

An animated cartoon series from the early 1990s, ''loosely'' based off of {{Conan}} (hence the title), but so very much LighterAndSofter then the original it should be considered more a generic fantasy series that merely borrows inspiration from Conan.

''Conan The Adventurer'' opens with a narration explaining that thousands of years ago, the demon-god Set ruled the earth as an immortal tyrant, served by legions of monstrous reptilian humanoids called "Serpentmen". However, a mighty warrior-wizard named Vathalos led the other White Wizards of the world in a rebellion against the demon-god and sealed him and most of his minions away in the Abyss. Unfortunately, some of Set's minions, human and Serpentman alike, escaped the purge and slunk into the shadows to prepare for the day when they could release Set and reclaim the world.

None of this is of any concern to Conan, who is a mere youth apprenticed to his father, a blacksmith, in a peaceful mountain village in Cimmeria. One day, a strange celestial event results in a great shower of shooting stars; while they hit all over the world, several of them land at Conan's mountain, whereupon Conan's father forges the "[[ThunderboltIron starmetal]]" they contain into weapons and makes a profitable business selling them, saving one piece, a mighty broadsword, for Conan. This sword is concealed in a stone sarcophagus, and Conan is told that he will be ready to wield it on the day that he can remove it from its resting place.

Unbeknownst to the Cimmerians, Wrath-amon, the High Wizard-Priest of Stygia and Lord of All Serpentmen, has been told by Set that starmetal holds the key to undoing the spell that keeps the demon-god sealed away, and he immediately sets to gathering the substance for his master. Several years after the starmetal shower, Conan's village is attacked by Wrath-amon's minions, led by the dark wizard himself. Conan runs to retrieve his sword, and finally manages to free it, but returns too late to help, forced to watch as his father, mother and grandfather are transformed into stone statues by Wrath-amon's evil magic. He vows to never rest until his family are restored, and while leaving the mountain, he stumbles across the tomb of the sage Epimitrias, still haunted by the ghost of this ancient wizard.
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The benevolent spirit tells Conan the reasons behind Wrath-amon's attack, and gives him a companion in the form of a fledgling phoenix named Needle.

And thus the journey begins... As Conan proceeds to wander the earth and battle Wrath-amon's evil, he makes numberous other allies, including the Vanirman Snag, the shuriken-tossing acrobat Jezmine, the warrior-wizard prince of the Wasai Zula, the wind-magician Greywolf, and the winged whip-wielding warrior Falconar.

!!''ConanTheAdventurer'' contains examples of:

* ActionGirl: Jezmine.
* AdaptationDistillation: while YourMileageMayVary on this, if you had to make a
early 1990s cartoon for children to watch starring Conan, this is the best and closest you will get to keeping the same spirit.
* BadFuture: one of the late episodes has Conan get pulled into one resulting from him dying in the ambush he was just subjected to. Set has escaped and conquered the world, Falconer has been killed, Snag's eye has been gouged out, Zula's hand has been cut off, Jasmine [[spoiler: has been transformed into a Serpentman]], Needle has been frozen into crystal, and Greywolf's siblings have been vaporised. In the course of preparing an antidote to dose Conan with so they can send him back, Snag [[spoiler: is eaten by Set]], Jasmine [[spoiler: changes into a serpent-beast to hold off Set and is killed]] and Zula and Greywolf are killed sending Conan back to his own time.
* BalefulPolymorph: Greywolf's brother, Misha, and his sister, Sasha, are transformed into wolf-monsters. Greywolf manages to restore their human minds, but is unable to do more in the process then turn them into ordinary wolves. Restoring them to human form becomes his driving motivation for the series.
* BlackMagic: Wrath-amon throws this around like it's going out of style. But there's plenty more of it that pops up.
* BloodlessCarnage: Though this
series actually has the characters hit their enemies, all they do is change them into Serpentmen (if their enemies are disguised) or cause them to disintegrate and be sucked out of their clothes into the Abyss (if their true form has been revealed).
** This is actually worked into the story in the ending arc. With Set on Earth, disintegrating the Serpentmen only sends them a few miles away, where they rush right back to the fight, giving Set an inexhaustible army.
''WesternAnimation/ConanTheAdventurer''
* CoolOldGuy: Conan's grandfather, Conn, was a pretty impressive adventurer himself in his younger days, and even in the present day thinks nothing of stealing the jewelery of a legendarily possessive and powerful lich-queen in order to trick her into destroying an enemy of his.
* CursedWithAwesome: Skulkar was transformed from a human warrior into an undead skeleton by being exposed to the BlackMagic of his treacherous former-friend Sadinar, after having already been empowered by the BlackMagic of Wrath-amon. Skulkar actually ''likes'' this state, [[spoiler: to the extent he goes berserk when Sadinar [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRixgouFkxA transforms him back into a human]] ]].
* DemBones: Skulkar, and any of his minions.
* TheDragon: Windfang, a human general who opposed Wrath-amon centuries ago, but was captured by him and forcibly transformed into a dragon-headed, four-armed, fire-breathing, winged monster. Gets two episodes devoted to him; ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D99yVVhhekw Windfang's Eyrie]]'' and ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGf67pVR_T0 Earthbound]]''
* ElementalEmbodiment: In one late episode, a renegade Zanthis wizard is transformed by Mesmira into an elemental humanoid, capable of switching between a hulking earth form, a winged fire form, a tornado-like air form, and water form.
* ElementalPowers:
The White Wizards of Zanthus study magic that gives them control over each of the four elements. A Zanthus wizard is also allowed to only study one particular element -- trying to wield power over multiple elements results in exile.
* EvilSorcerer: Wrath-Amon and Ram-Amon
* ExpositoryThemeTune: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2x_4nCj4TI0 This]] pretty much sums up what Conan is after. Some consider it CrowningMusicOfAwesome, too.
* FateWorseThanDeath: Conan gets stung by a demon in one episode and begins to transform in a Serpentman.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Getting Conan to be her submissive lover is one of Mesmira's driving ambitions.
--> '''Conan''': When I get my hands on you, Mesmira, you'll wish you'd never heard of the purple lotus !
--> '''Mesmira''': Someday you ''will'' get your hands on me, Conan, but on my terms, not yours.
* HalfHumanHybrid: The Serpentmen are half-snake, half human. [[spoiler: Jasmine [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qm8akzQr-Lc discovers]] she is half-human, half-Serpentman.]]
* HeelFaceTurn: Astavis, a Serpentman with a human wife, falls in love with her and tries his hardest to keep her safe, even personally renouncing Set. When he is banished to the Abyss, his wife is accidentally pulled with him and he fights as hard as he can to keep her safe. When he finally returns to the world as part of Set's army, he deserts at the first chance he gets.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:The Kari Dragon]] sacrifices [[spoiler:himself]] to save the heroes from a recently unleashed Set.
* HeyItsThatVoice: ScottMcNeil plays multiple characters, including Wrath-Amon.
** And Zula is [[GIJoe Destro]], Snagg is [[BeastWars Optimus Primal]], Jezmine is [[EdEddNEddy Lee Kanker]] and Needle is [[AsToldByGinger Principal Erickson]].
* HornyVikings: The Vanir.
* HotAmazon: An episode where Conan and Snag wound up in a village where the "strongest man in town" was actually a woman ran the whole gamut of Amazon tropes. She was a [[DoesNotLikeMen man hater]], Snag initially reacted to her as if she BrawnHilda (NoGuyWantsAnAmazon), she got herself into trouble and Snag saved her which messed with her world perception (AllAmazonsWantHercules), and then she ended up saving him back. In the end, Snag and the woman decided to enjoy being equals, and the episode ended with AnAesop about appreciating people for what they are. Please, anyone who remembers the woman's name add it into this.
* HotWitch: Mesmira, who is frequently making use of mind-controlling and mind-altering spells to get what she can't get through simple flirting.
* HumanityEnsues: Played straight with [[spoiler: Skulkar]] in the episode "Bones of Damballa"
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: Ram-Amon, original wielder of the Black Ring and creator of Wrath-Amon, escapes unscathed in the final episode. Ditto Mesmira. Presumably, this was a SequelHook for future episodes, had there been any.]]
* NamesTheSame: "Conan the Adventurer" was originally the name of a series of short stories published in the 1960s. It was later used as the name of a separate
1997 live-action TV series adaptation of Conan.
** MarvelComics also put out an ongoing with the same name.
* NinjaPirateRobotZombie: Conan is a BarbarianHero who ends up learning some of Zula's animal-magic (he's never very good at it, though), becomes adopted into Zula's tribe as his blood-brother, discovers he's of [[{{Atlantis}} Atlantean]] blood and becomes a trained {{Ninja}}.
* NoIndoorVoice: Needle. OH SO VERY MUCH AWWWWWWWK AWWWWWWK AWWWWWWK!!!
* PollyWantsAMicrophone: Needle is this at best, a SmallAnnoyingCreature at worst.
* ThePhoenix: Needle, a rather immature/weak version. He does get to become a fully grown adult for a few moments, and the episode ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npTIy1ddbEo Crevasse of Winds]]'' has an evil phoenix show up.
* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Set is a demon-god that appears as a giant cobra, the Serpentmen are the main allies, Wrath-amon is a humanoid monster created from a carnivorous lizard... and that's not even getting into all of the other reptilian monsters that show up.
* ShoutOut: This show has dozens of shout-outs to the novels, from major ones like [[ContinuityNod Conan and his tribe being descendents of Atlantis]] to minor ones like Skulkar sharing his true name, Sakumbe, [[ShownTheirWork with a minor ConanTheBarbarian character, an ally of Conan's]].
* SpinOff: ''ConanAndTheYoungWarriors''
* StalkerWithaCrush: Windfang is infatuated with Jezmine because she reminds him of the woman he'd loved, back when he was a human.
* ThunderboltIron: Starmetal
* VitriolicBestBuds: Conan and Snagg routinely exchange tribal insults.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler: Greywolf's subplot is the only one completely unresolved at the end of the series. The best he can accomplish is turning his brother and sister into reverse werewolves (human during a full moon, wolves otherwise).]]
* WorldOfHam: Second only to BrianBLESSED in terms of how much of any given episode a character is shouting.
* WouldntHitAGirl: Conan considers hitting women against his code of honor, to the point that he allowed himself to be recaptured by the Amazons rather than fight his way out of their camp. As Needle put it, "Big dumb barbarian need better code".
''Series/ConanTheAdventurer''
30th Aug '11 4:13:15 PM AmyJade
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* EarWorm: ''Conan! The adventurer! Conan! WARRIOR WITHOUT FEAR!'' Seriously, at least fifteen years since watching a single episode, and it can still pop into your head.
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* CursedWithAwesome: Skulkar was transformed from a human warrior into an undead skeleton by being exposed to the BlackMagic of his treacherous former-friend Sadinar, after having already been empowered by the BlackMagic of Wrath-amon. Skulkar actually ''likes'' this state, to the extent he goes berserk when Sadinar [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRixgouFkxA transforms him back into a human]].

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* CursedWithAwesome: Skulkar was transformed from a human warrior into an undead skeleton by being exposed to the BlackMagic of his treacherous former-friend Sadinar, after having already been empowered by the BlackMagic of Wrath-amon. Skulkar actually ''likes'' this state, [[spoiler: to the extent he goes berserk when Sadinar [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRixgouFkxA transforms him back into a human]].human]] ]].
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** MarvelComics also put out an ongoing with the same name.
15th Aug '11 5:46:44 PM AmyJade
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''For the live-action TV series, see Series/ConanTheAdventurer.''
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* HumanityEnsues: Played straight with [[spoiler: Skulkar]] in the episode "Bones of Damballa"
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** And Zula is [[GIJoe Destro]], Snagg is [[BeastWars Optimus Primal]], Jezmine is [[EdEddNEddy Lee Kanker]] and Needle is [[AsToldByGinger Principal Erickson]].



* ShoutOut: This show has dozens of shout-outs to the novels, from major ones like Conan and his tribe being descendents of Atlantis to minor ones like Skulkar sharing his true name, Sakumbe, with a minor ConanTheBarbarian character, an ally of Conan's.

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* ShoutOut: This show has dozens of shout-outs to the novels, from major ones like [[ContinuityNod Conan and his tribe being descendents of Atlantis Atlantis]] to minor ones like Skulkar sharing his true name, Sakumbe, [[ShownTheirWork with a minor ConanTheBarbarian character, an ally of Conan's.Conan's]].
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