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PostSubject: Essay10/11/2018   Thu Oct 11, 2018 3:09 pm

10.11.2018
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Essay about Tarl Cabot



Tarl Cabot was a educated English gentleman who, upon graduating from Oxford, secured a position in a modest New England college for men. His life appeared to be progressing as expected when, during a Christmas camping trip, he was kidnapped and transported to a planet named Gor. Rumored to exist in myths on Earth, Gor turns out to be real.

The Priest-Kings brought Tarl Cabot to the world to be trained as a warrior. Their survey of the entire male population of Earth led them to believe he had the unique combination of physical and mental capabilities required to help them overcome critical challenges on Gor, particularly dealing with the Kur. What they failed to predict is that these same qualities meant he was his own man and couldn't always be counted on to toe their line.

He has never seen him self as anything remotely special; until he’s transported from the New England woods one cold winter night to the planet of Gor, where life and cultures are drastically different from anything he has ever known. It isn’t long before Cabot learns that he is to be trained into a Tarnsman, one of the most honored positions in the society. But for what purpose, he does not know.

He finds himself in the most depraved city on Gor. Port Kar is a city of robbers, brigands, and men without allegiance to any cause or kingdom where the weak are quickly consumed by the strong. However, he is able to flourish in the cutthroat environment of the city, for he is a powerful Tarnsman used to having his way. He finds that there is much to learn in Port Kar, where the people are celebrated for their skill of training their voluptuous slaves into utter obedience. Rediscover this brilliantly imagined world where men are masters and women live to serve their every desire.

He has been struggling to free himself from the cruel control of the Priest-Kings of Gor to no avail. As he pits his strength against such a formidable enemy, a terrible beast appears from the mysterious northern lands, bearing a token of the demise of his once-beloved woman Talena. The missive is a sign of defiance and disrespect from his enemies, meant to humiliate him and force him to challenge them in response. To gird his weapons and set out on a mission of vengeance against those who sent the beasts means he must jeopardize his fortune and position as a wealthy slave merchant. But he is no longer practical and calm as he was on earth. He must conform to the social codes of Gor, where the only way one can avenge wounded manhood is to respond with all one's might!

He a, fighting Tarnsman of Gor and proud warrior of Ko-ro-ba, finds his home city razed, his wife and family scattered, possibly destroyed by the dreaded flame death of the Priest Kings of Sardar-and Tarl himself declared outlaw. He searches for a clue and ends up in the city of Tharma with a Taitrix named Lara that treats men as sub class citizens.

He, left the forbidden Sardar Mountains on a mission for the Priest-Kings of Gor, the barbaric world of Counter-Earth. The Priest-Kings were dying, and he had to find their last link to survival. All he knew about his goal was that it lay hidden somewhere among the nomads. There were the Wagon Peoples, the wild tribes, that lived off the roving herds of bosk, fiercest of the animals of Gor. But still more fierce were their Masters, the savage Tuchuks. All men fled before them when they moved. All except for him, who stood alone, watching the oncoming clouds of dust that might bring him death.

Kuurus was one of the dread caste of Assassins on the hidden world of Counter-Earth. He was hired for twenty pieces of gold to avenge the death of a warrior. Now he was on his way to the great city of Ar, where he was forbidden by ancient sentence of death ever to appear again. He knew nothing of his intended victim, save that the man had taken part in the savage tarn races at the Arena of Ar. And all he knew of the man he was to avenge was a name. The name was that of Tarl Cabot, the great warrior and servant of the all-powerful Priest Kings. And that was strange. Because the true name of Kuurus was Tarl Cabot.

He was a warrior of Gor-the world that Earth could never see. Normally, he was a proud and mighty warrior. But now he was bound for Port Kar, the only city with no home stone to give it a heart. It was a city of ravers and looters...of outcasts without allegiance. Merchants and pirates stalked its quays beside the beautiful Sea of Thassa. He was headed for the sinkhole of the planet, a teeming den of iniquity. And that was no place for an honest warrior from far Ko-ro-ba. But he was no longer Tarl Cabot, the warrior. Now he was only Bosk...a miserable slave!

Three lovely women were keys to his career on Gor, They were: Talena, daughter of Gor's greatest ruler and one Tarl's queen. Elizabeth Cardwell, who had been Tarl's comrade in two of his greatest exploits. Verna, haughty chief of the untamed panther women of the Northern forests. Hunters of Gor finally reveals the fate of these three-as Tarl Cabot ventures into the wilderness to pit his skill and his life against the brutal cunning of Gorean outlaws and enemy warriors.

His efforts to free himself from the directive of the mysterious Priest-Kings  were confronted by frightening reality when horror from the north land finally struck directly at him. Somewhere in the harsh lands of transplanted Norsemen was the first foothold of the alien Others. Somewhere up there was one such who waited for Him. Somewhere up there was his confrontation with his real destiny-was he to remain a rich merchant-slaver of Port Kar or become again a defender of two worlds against cosmic enslavement.

The Priest-Kings had received a message: "Surrender Gor." The date had been set for conquest or destruction. He could no longer linger in Port Kar-now he must act on behalf of the Priest-Kings, on behalf of Gor, and on behalf of Gor's teeming, unsuspecting.. Evidence pointed to the great wasteland of the Tahari, the desert known only to the clannish, militant tribes of desert-wanderers. There must he go. There among the feuds, along the trails of slavers, beyond the forbidding salt mines to a rendezvous with treachery, with a woman warlord, with a bandit chief, and with the monster intelligence from the worlds of steel.

He resumed his allegiance to the Priest Kings, the non-human planet, Gor. And accordingly he knew that the battle for possession of the planet was under way--the Kurii, the beast like invaders, had made their plans. There was a girl, once Judy Thornton of Earth, found in the wilderness of Gor. Captured, as such lovely strangers were on that ruthless world, she was to undergo the training that would make her a slave girl of great value. But unknown to her captors was the fact that she was a tool of the Kurii, that she carried a programmed message that imperiled the future of Gor. It was for possession of her mind and body that Priest-King and Kur-monster battled, while a planet went its way unsuspecting that its very fate was also locked within the slave collar that graced her neck. Which read "Half Ear Arrives."

When the shield ring of the much feared Kurii falls into the possession of a mysterious black explorer, it becomes vital to the Priest-Kings that he himself regain that ancient product of an alien science. His quest brings him to the unmapped interior of the great equatorial rain-forests and into new dangers without parallel. Here are jungle kingdoms and tropical trade cities, fierce beasts and fiercer men. And at the heart of this full-bodied is a lost city-and a linage of the loveliest enemy agents ever lured from the cities of far-off Terra.

The Kur came to Port Kar! Two of the terrible space beasts came to make him an offer. They, a death-squad, sought the Kur commander, the great Half-Ear, whom he had once battled in the Far North. But he refused their offer, for Half-Ear was more valuable to the Priest-Kings alive than to the Kur dead. And now he knew it was imperative for him to save that monster from the doom that would fast overtake him. This meant venturing the forbidden Barrens of Gor-a vast land of plains and prairies whose cruel Masters were tribes of savage red riders and where civilized men were always prey and their women mere trophies of the hunt!he returns in one of his greatest adventures.

He, seeking the monsters from the Steel Worlds, found himself among the cruel savages who ruled the vast Barrens. Though himself enslaved, he stood with his comrades and Masters against a coming onslaught. For the Kur had united the enemies of the tribe that held him, and death and destruction were unleashed. Out of the plains came riding hordes of feud-driven braves, from the skies came a host of maddened tarn-riders, and even among the slave girls held by the blood brothers there was devilish treason. A struggle fought for the fate of a world where strong men clash and beautiful women await their victors.

Kajira means slave-girl in Gorean. But when Tiffany Collins was kidnapped from Earth and brought to that orbital counter-world, she found herself on the throne of a mighty city as its "queen". Power seemingly was hers, and she did not realize that her true role was that of a slave puppet of a conniving woman agent of the monstrous Kurii. But a chained slave she was destined to be, and in the course of the complex, visible and invisible, struggles between the warriors and cities, between Kurii and Priest-Kings, she would play a pivotal role. Here is all the color and terror of Gor. Here, between crown and fetters, between adulation and total submission, is the full-scale panorama of that wonderful, barbaric world as only he knew it.

During the holiday revels of Port Kar, an attempt is made on the life of him. And he discovers that the Priest-Kings have turned against him! To clear himself of their charge of treason, he must follow the Assassin's trail. The way to achieve that was to join, in disguise, a troupe of traveling Player, a sort of Gorean carnival, which world give him entry to enemy cities and hostile territories. But life in such a carnival is always a risk in itself. There are monsters in form and monsters in mind among them--and there may be spies of the alien Kurs and the Priest-Kings. A rich and full adventure on that world where free men must fight and slave girls must yield, where life and liberty may depend on the chance moves of a game board or the edged passions of the dueling ground. And where his destiny must bring him face to face with a conspiracy of superhuman powers.

War on Gor is a rousing and fearful affair--and when the armada of Cos landed and began its sweeping arch against the mighty city of Ar, he was swept up in their drive. Outcast from Port Kar, rejected by the Priest Kings, he  fought now for his own redemption. With comrades at his side, barbarian warriors and daring women, free and slave, his plans went forward--until mercenaries of Detrich of Tamburg disrupted the struggle as a mysterious third force. Into action all the magic and conflict of that counter-Earth, he became the center of intrigue and treachery in the city of its greatest enemies.

As the bloody tide of war spread over Gor, he, outcast by the Priest-Kings, became deeply enmeshed in the military combat between the empire of Ar and the invaders from Cos. His fate would depend upon which proved victorious in the coming confrontation at Ar's besieged river port. And it looked like he himself might prove the deciding factor that would tip the scales of destiny for one side or the other...all the complexity and intrigue of the saga comes together to create an adventure replete with danger, excitement, and romance in the unforgettable realm of Gor--where courage remains meaningful, and pride and honor, never forgotten.

As treachery and betrayal become the prime weapons in the war between Ar and Cos, he is trapped in the siege of Ar's Station. And when Ar's Station falls to the warriors of Cos, it is only with the aid of the loyal Vosk League, that he and other survivors make their escape from the defeated port. But with the forces of Cos now readying to continue on their devastating march of conquest, he must go undercover as a spy within the enemy camp, hoping to discover their plans and send word to Ar's army before it is too late...he faces perhaps his greatest challenge of all, as he is caught up in the myriad dangers and intrigue of two mighty powers at war!

With the capital city of Ar under the sway of the beautiful Taitress Talena, a ruler placed in power by the Cosian invaders, he and the Delta Brigade, the members of the underground force sworn to defeat Cos, must call upon the unique talents of master magician Boots Tarsk-Bit to recapture the precious Home Stone or vanquished Ar's Station. For snatching the Home Stone from the enemy's grasp may prove the vital ingredient in his desperate and dangerous campaign to rouse the people of Ar to fight on to regain their freedom from the hated foe...he and his allies must work a unique magic with illusions and sword blades to root out the treachery at the heart of a mighty empire.

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PostSubject: Re: Essay10/11/2018   Fri Oct 12, 2018 9:12 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Essay10/11/2018   Sat Oct 13, 2018 12:47 pm

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girl is glad you approved Jarl

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