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The Viking Foe ~ 35.06.16 ~ #223
agreed heartily when Sybil suggested that they aid Thorik in regaining
his lost throne. He liked this noble warrior and he was eager to it his
strength and wits against Thorik's enemies. At once the jungle lord fashioned
weapons for defense or attack, as fortune should dictate.
"But how shall we escape this abysmal prison?" Sybil asked.
For an answer, Tarzan smiled and set to work lacing vines
and bark into long stout ropes. Then he and Bohgdu picked their way cautiously
up the jagged face of the cliff, while Sybil and Thorik watched anxiously.
When they reached a ledge, they lowered a rope and hoisted Sybil and Thorik
up to them. Now ape and ape-man ascended to another ledge, where an unscalable
cliff loomed above them! But Tarzan flung a rope end around a fallen tree
that overhung the precipice, and drew himself upward. Suddenly Thorik voiced
a startled cry of warning, for a viking foe appeared abruptly at the edge
of the cliff.
"Death to you all!" the stranger shouted as he stepped
out cautiously on the horizontal log and slowly raised his sword to slash
the rope that was Tarzan's only link to life!
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