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In [[The Affair of the Seven Virgins]] is known as Count (Zoran) Ulrich Rudric Renark Otto von Bek-Krasny (Zoran being added in [[The Metatemporal Detective (collection)|The Metatemporal Detective]] version of the story). Also given the titles, Elected Protector of [[Waldenstein]], hereditary Prince of [[Mirenburg]], Defender of the [[Grail]], Bloodguard of the Holy Roman Emperor, King of [[Crete]] & Damascus, Order of the Moravian Hierarchy, Antagonist-in-Waiting to [[Pope Clement the Dane]], Curator of the [[Arioch]]an Temple, Knight of [[St Odhran's Church, Balham|Saint Odhran]] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Mungo| Saint Mungo].
 
In [[The Affair of the Seven Virgins]] is known as Count (Zoran) Ulrich Rudric Renark Otto von Bek-Krasny (Zoran being added in [[The Metatemporal Detective (collection)|The Metatemporal Detective]] version of the story). Also given the titles, Elected Protector of [[Waldenstein]], hereditary Prince of [[Mirenburg]], Defender of the [[Grail]], Bloodguard of the Holy Roman Emperor, King of [[Crete]] & Damascus, Order of the Moravian Hierarchy, Antagonist-in-Waiting to [[Pope Clement the Dane]], Curator of the [[Arioch]]an Temple, Knight of [[St Odhran's Church, Balham|Saint Odhran]] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Mungo| Saint Mungo].
  
In the revised vesrion of [[The Steel Tsar]] is known as Max von Bek, an albino and member of [[the League of Temporal Adventurers]], known as Monsieur Zenith in [[Alexander Kerensky]]'s Russia. Appeared at a meal given by [[Djugashvili]], although he was only seen by [[Oswald Bastable]], [[Una Persson]] and [[Cornelius Dempsey]], when he appeared to have stopped time. He materialised again on the bridge of the [[Vassarion Belinsky]] while it was on its way to bomb [[Nestor Makhno]]'s camp.
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In the revised version of [[The Steel Tsar]] is known as Max von Bek, an albino and member of [[the League of Temporal Adventurers]], known as Monsieur Zenith in [[Alexander Kerensky]]'s Russia. Appeared at a meal given by [[Djugashvili]], although he was only seen by [[Oswald Bastable]], [[Una Persson]] and [[Cornelius Dempsey]], when he appeared to have stopped time. He materialised again on the bridge of the [[Vassarion Belinsky]] while it was on its way to bomb [[Nestor Makhno]]'s camp.
  
 
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* [[The War Amongst the Angels]] as Zodiac
 
* [[The War Amongst the Angels]] as Zodiac
 
* [[The English Assassin]] - maybe - as 'a tall moody albino'
 
* [[The English Assassin]] - maybe - as 'a tall moody albino'
* [[The Black Blade of the Barbary Coast]] as Captain Zodiac
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* [[The Black Blade of the Barbary Coast]] as Count and Captain Zodiac
 
==Mentioned in==
 
==Mentioned in==
 
* [[The Entropy Tango]]
 
* [[The Entropy Tango]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Von Bek Family]]
 
[[Category:Von Bek Family]]

Revision as of 11:12, 21 August 2012

Also known as Count Zodiac.

Most appearances of Zenith, particularly those in The Metatemporal Detective, are Elric during his Dreams of a Thousand Years.

Known as a jugador, a mukhamir, a player in the Game of Time.

In The Affair of the Seven Virgins is known as Count (Zoran) Ulrich Rudric Renark Otto von Bek-Krasny (Zoran being added in The Metatemporal Detective version of the story). Also given the titles, Elected Protector of Waldenstein, hereditary Prince of Mirenburg, Defender of the Grail, Bloodguard of the Holy Roman Emperor, King of Crete & Damascus, Order of the Moravian Hierarchy, Antagonist-in-Waiting to Pope Clement the Dane, Curator of the Ariochan Temple, Knight of Saint Odhran and Saint Mungo.

In the revised version of The Steel Tsar is known as Max von Bek, an albino and member of the League of Temporal Adventurers, known as Monsieur Zenith in Alexander Kerensky's Russia. Appeared at a meal given by Djugashvili, although he was only seen by Oswald Bastable, Una Persson and Cornelius Dempsey, when he appeared to have stopped time. He materialised again on the bridge of the Vassarion Belinsky while it was on its way to bomb Nestor Makhno's camp.

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