Boneless King

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Dragon (fantasy Series) - Synopsis
... Darkness, but find it devastated by the tyrannical human king known as the Butcher ... helps set free the Nameless One, a powerful ancient king and wizard who could not be killed and was stripped of his powers and imprisoned on the island ... The Nameless One adopts the name of the Boneless King and succeeds in possessing the body of the Butcher, who it turns out had been conducting an excavation on the ...
Dragon (fantasy Series) - Characters - Supporting Characters
... The Butcher The Butcher was a general under the former king who usurped the throne twelve years ago after the king was killed fighting nomadic invaders and the queen and baby crown prince disappeared ... sixteen", having been preserved as she was when she drowned by her husband, the King Within the River, from whom it took her a thousand years to learn magic from before she could escape ... The Nameless One/The Boneless King The Nameless One was a once-powerful king and wizard who battled the Five Masters so long ago that his name is now largely forgotten ...
Dragon Cauldron - Plot Summary
... that was the site of a former a kingdom destroyed by the Nameless One, a once powerful king and wizard who battled the Five Masters but could not be killed, and was punished by unknown, "terrible" means ... The Nameless One adopts the name of the Boneless King after hearing them discuss him, and vows to turn the whole world into a wasteland ... Shimmer misinterprets his intentions, leaving him with Monkey and Civet, who try to find the Boneless King, but are unsuccessful ...

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