Difference between revisions of "Xiombarg"

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* [[A Sword Called Stormbringer]]
 
* [[A Sword Called Stormbringer]]
 
* [[The Green Empress of Melniboné]]
 
* [[The Green Empress of Melniboné]]
 
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* [[Red Pearls]]
 
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* [[Gloriana or The Unfulfill’d Queen]]
 
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* [[The Vanishing Tower]]
 
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* [[The Dragon in the Sword]]
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* [[The Transformation of Miss Mavis Ming]] - Xiombarg's napkin is kept in his Museum by [[Doctor Volospion]]
 
* [[The Transformation of Miss Mavis Ming]] - Xiombarg's napkin is kept in his Museum by [[Doctor Volospion]]
 
* [[One Life Furnished with Early Moorcock]] by Neil Gaiman
 
* [[One Life Furnished with Early Moorcock]] by Neil Gaiman
 
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[[Category:Lords of Chaos]]
 
[[Category:Lords of Chaos]]

Latest revision as of 12:02, 6 February 2014

A Lord of Chaos, Queen of the Swords, Ruler of the five of the Fifteen Planes. Described in Doomed Lord's Passing as a 'slender dark haired woman'. In Red Pearls appeared in the White Fort. Her priestesses journeyed with Elric and Moonglum on the Silela Li.

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