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A PRISON OF ARROWS: 1934.02.18
Nikotris was imprisoned in a dungeon of the Brigands' cavern, Sathor, the
Brigand chieftain, and his forty picked men followed the secret trail to
their stables in a hidden valley, where they mounted their swift spirited
horses. In single file they set out for the dunes of Diskara to collect
the rich ransom for Nikotris which her brother, the pharaoh, was bearing
to the appointed place.
Meanwhile, atop the Brigands' cave, Tarzan helplessly
awaited the fatal arrows from the strong bows of his outlaw executioners.
Suddenly, as the first archer bent his bow, a companion besought him to
stay his shot. Tarzan was astonished. Was he to be spared after all? But
the Brigands, rich in cruelties, prepared a more fiendish scheme. They
placed Tarzan against a great tree and began to outline his body with arrows.
They had agree that the archer who shot closest without
drawing blood would have the honor of aiming at his heart.
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