Totrasmek, High Priest of
(circa "Shadows in Zamboula")
Medium Human Male
Hit Dice: 14d4 (35 Hit Points)
Speed: 30 ft
Attacks: +7/+2 melee
Damage: Dagger 1d4 melee
Face/Reach: 5 ft by 5 ft/5ft
Special Attacks: Arcane Spells
Special Qualities: Spell Focus (Illusion), Alertness, Maze Writing, Spell Mastery (illusion), Spontaneous Casting, Advanced Spell Focus (illusion), Discerning Eye +5
Saves: Fort +4, Ref +4, Will +11
Abilities: Str 10, Dex 10, Con 10, Int 20, Wis 15, Cha 14
Skills: Alchemy + 24, Concentration +17, Knowledge (Arcana) +22, Knowledge (Religion) +24, Spell Craft +24, Scry +22, Intimidation +9, Diplomacy +9
Feats: Skill Focus (Alchemy), Silent Spell, Skill Focus (Spellcraft), Leadership, Skill Focus (Knowledge [Religion])
Challenge Rating: 14
Treasure: Standard in his home in Zamboula.
Alignment: Chaotic Evil
Advancement: by Character class
dubious lineage (Zabibi
refers to him as a hybrid and a mongrel- probably part Hyborian, part
Shemite), lusted greatly after Nefertari, mistress of the ruler of
Zamboula, Jungir Khan. He gave her a potion of madness to give to
her lover, telling her it would only put him to sleep.
Totrasmek also wanted the Star of Khorala, a gem reputed to enslave the
hearts of the opposite sex to the wearer, a ring that was in the
possession of Jungir Khan. Totrasmek is greedy, vile, and
evil. He is a priest of Hanuman, a darksome deity that predates the
Hyborian Age. Totrasmek is also an accomplished
Totrasmek managed to gain the services of Baal-Pteor under unknown circumstances. Totrasmek is feared by all the people of Zamboula, including the priests of Set, and the rulers of Zamboula. Conan, however, made short work of him.
The cover, again by Margaret Brundage, features a
nude Zabibi dancing between the four snakes in a scene from "Shadows in
Zamboula" from the November 1935 issue.
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