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The [[Erekosë]] series is one of the shorter of [[Michael Moorcock]]'s sequences but is rather complex.
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First there was the novella of [[The Eternal Champion (novella)|The Eternal Champion]], this was expanded to novel length as [[The Eternal Champion (novel)|The Eternal Champion]]. This was duly followed by a sequel [[Phoenix in Obsidian]] also known as ''The Silver Warriors''.
During the early 1970s the Erekosë series included a third and fourth books as part of ''Interconnected Series''.
These were
*[[The Champion of Garathorm]]
*[[The Quest for Tanelorn]]
At the beginning of the second part of [[The Champion of Garathorm]], A Homecoming, Erekosë merges with [[Dorian Hawkmoon]] as they both become [[Ilian]].
A third book was added in the late 1970s, the graphic novel [[The Swords of Heaven, The Flowers of Hell]].
The official third of the trilogy was added in 1986, [[The Dragon in the Sword]].
Erekosë also appears in [[The Quest for Tanelorn]] and [[The Sailor on the Seas of Fate]] fighting [[Agak]] and [[Gagak]], [[The Vanishing Tower]] and [[The King of the Swords]] with [[Corum Jhaelen Irsei]] and [[Elric of Melniboné (character) |Elric]] to defeat [[Voilodion Ghagnasdiak]] and [[The White Wolf's Son]].

Latest revision as of 13:45, 7 July 2015

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