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Cluster Paga Giros

Cluster Paga Giros

I went to the basket and took out a bottle, a Éxito en desafíos culinarios one. Paaga was cold. There were few in Port Kar who would not be eager to patronize such an establishment, that they might be served by the high-born beauties of Tyros.

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No, I would not again show such moments of weakness. I thrust out the silver paga goblet, studded with rubies, and Telima, standing beside my thronelike chair, filled it.

I did not look upon her. I looked down the table, to where Thurnock, with his slave Thura, and Clitus, with his slave, Ula, were drinking and laughing. Thurnock and Clitus were good men, but they were fools.

They were weak. I recalled how they had taken a fancy to the boy, Fish, and had helped him with his work in weapons. Such men were weak. They had not in themselves the stuff of captains.

I sat back on the great chair, paga goblet in hand, surveying the room. It was crowded with the tables of my retainers, feasting. To one side musicians played. There was a clear space before my great table, in which, from time to time, during the evening, entertainments had been provided, simple things, which even I upon occasion found amusing, fire eaters and sword swallowers, jugglers and acrobats, and magicians, and slaves, riding on one another's shoulders' striking at one another with inflated tarsk bladders tied to poles.

And again goblets were lifted and clashed. I looked down the long table, and, far to my right, sitting alone at the end of the long bench behind the table, was Luma, my slave and chief scribe.

Poor, scrawny, plain Luma, thought I, in her tunic of scribe's cloth, and collar! What a poor excuse for a paga slave she had been! Yet she had a brilliant mind for the accounts and business of a great house, and had much increased my fortunes. So indebted to her was I that I had, this night, permitted her to sit at one end of the great table.

No free man, of course, would sit beside her. Moreover, that my other scribes and retainers not be angered, I had had her put in slave bracelets, and about her neck had had fastened a chain, which was bolted into the heavy table.

And it was thus that Luma, she of perhaps greatest importance in my home, saving its master, with us, yet chained and alone, apart, shared my feast of victory. Telima poured me more paga. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages - I extended the paga goblet to Telima and, again, she filled it.

I rose to my feet, lifting the goblet, and my retainers, as well, rose to their feet, lifting their goblets. We drank. The room was quiet. I looked upon the singer. I looked about, angrily. I called out to a passing slave girl.

I had not given her permission to leave. I addressed myself to one of the slave girls. I would be served. Sandra looked down, angrily, pouting. She was indeed a wily wench. She looked up at me, suddenly, her eyes bright, her lips slightly parted.

There was a rustle of chain and the Lady Vivina, to the pleasure of the tables, was conducted before me. I heard a movement at my side and saw that Telima now stood again where she had before. There were tears in her eyes. I did not doubt that she now had four or five welts on her back from the switch of the kitchen master.

The thin rep-cloth tunic provides little protection from the kitchen master's switch. I held out the paga goblet, and she refilled it. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page Also I had toyed with the idea of opening a paga tavern in the center of the city, the most opulent in Port Kar, perhaps, called the Tavern of the Forty Maidens.

There were few in Port Kar who would not be eager to patronize such an establishment, that they might be served by the high-born beauties of Tyros. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages - "Paga!

I regretted only that Midice and Tab were not with me to share my triumph. I stood drunkenly, holding to the table. I spilled paga. I drank again. And then, again, wildly, shouting, crying out, I threw gold to all the corners of the room, laughing as the men fought and leaped to seize it.

I drank and then threw more coins and more coins about the room. There was laughter and delighted cries. I drank again, and again. My admiral's cloak, brought with my returning men from the round ship, was given to me and I wrapped it about my shoulders. A vessel of hot paga was brought, too. I grinned.

I did not feel victorious. I was alive. I swallowed the hot paga. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages - Samos put down a cup of paga. Tab looked down at the table. The last holding of Henrius Sevarius has been abandoned.

The council hall, though partly burnt, is not destroyed. The city, it seems to me, is safe. The fleet will doubtless return within four or five days. We drank his toast. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page I saw that a cart, loaded with jugs of paga, arrived at the compound.

It was greeted with cheers by the guards. Tonight was a night for celebration. Tomorrow we would leave the compound and begin the overland journey across the river and southeast to Ko-ro-ba, and from thence to Ar.

Captive of Gor Book 7 Page She leaped to her feet and ran to him, where he shook her head roughly, and unbound her. I went to the wagon to fetch a large bota of paga, which had been filled from one of the large jugs.

Lana and Ute, too, went to the wagon, to fetch other botas, so commanded by other guards. Soon I returned to the firelight, the heavy bota of paga, on its strap, slung over my shoulder, Ute and Lana, with theirs, behind me.

The grass felt good to my bare feet. It seemed I could feel each blade. I felt the rough fabric of the camisk on my body as I moved, the pull of the strap on my shoulder, the heavy, swaying touch of the bota as, in the rhythm of my walk, it touched my side.

Beyond the fire, in the distance, like an irregular margin, a torn, soft, dark edge hiding the bright stars of Gor, I could see the lofty, still blackness of the borders of the northern forests. Far off, I heard the scream of a hunting sleen. I shivered. Then I heard the laughing of the men, and turned again toward the fire.

Back away toward the compound, here and there on the meadow, I could see other fires, and clusters of wagons. This was a night for paga, for celebration. Tomorrow, Targo, and his men and his merchandise, would make their way to Laura and, crossing the river there, begin their long, overland journey to Ko-ro-ba, called by some the Towers of the Morning, and from thence to luxurious Ar itself.

The journey would be not only long and hard but dangerous. I hurried to him. The guard handed me a piece of meat and I took it in my teeth kneeling beside him, where he sat cross-legged, I lifting and squeezing the bota of paga, filled from one of the large jugs, guiding the stream of liquid into his mouth.

I bit through the charred exterior of the meat, into the red, hot, half-raw, juicy interior. The guard, with one hand, gestured that he had had enough. I laid the bota aside on the grass. Captive of Gor Book 7 Pages - I observed Inge filling the paga goblet of one of the huntsmen.

She knelt closer to him than she needed to. Her lips were parted. Her eyes shone. Her hands, slightly, shook on the paga bottle. Rena knelt to one side. She watched her huntsman, gnawing the meat from a great bone. I could see that she was eager to leap up to serve him, should he but speak to her.

Captive of Gor Book 7 Page "Thurnock," I said, "let us now have that cup of paga, and then let us retire. We must rise early, for the Dorna, and the Venna, and the Tela are to be inspected.

With a flash of slave bells, she withdrew. As she left, I noted that she passed by the kneeling male slave, flanked by his guards. She passed him as a slave girl, her head in the air, insolently, taunting him with her body.

I saw rage flash in his eyes. I heard his chains move. The guards took no note of him. He was well secured. The girl laughed, and continued on, to fetch paga for free men. Instead I swept my Ubar to Ubar's Tarnsman One. I looked into Samos' eyes.

He turned his attention again to the board. He had a large, squarish head, short-cropped white hair. His face was dark from the sun, and wind-burned, and sea-burned. There were small, golden rings in his ears. He was a pirate, a slaver, a master swordsman, a captain of Port Kar.

He studied the board. He did not take the Ubar's Tarnsman with his spearman. He looked up at me, and defended his Home Stone by bringing his Scribe to Ubar One, whence it could control his Ubar's Tarnsman Three, controlling as well the killing diagonal.

Samos was always suspicious. I smiled. Samos smiled. Samos, not looking at her, held forth his goblet. The girl filled the goblet. I held forth my goblet, and she, too, filled mine. She withdrew. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Pages 8 - 9 I glanced across the room.

A few yards away, on the tiles, in her brief silk, the two-handled, bronze paga vessel beside her, knelt the slave girl, waiting to be summoned. She was dark-haired, and beautiful. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 11 Elsewhere I heard a vendor of pastries crying his wares.

From within a nearby paga tavern I heard the sounds of musicians. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 42 We took a table, an inconspicuous one, near the rear of the paga tavern, yet one with an unimpeded view. The short-bodied girl was indeed superb.

Aside from her chains, confining her wrists and ankles, she wore only her collar. There was a flash of slave bells at my side and a dark-haired, yellow-silked girl, a paga girl, knelt beside us, where we sat cross-legged behind the small table.

We had finished with our meal. And we were now finishing second cups of paga. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 47 "Go to the wall," I said. She put down her vessel of paga, and rose lightly. I saw the beauty of her body beneath the silk. She went to the wall, where Tendite had been chained.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 57 Her fists clenched in the slave bracelets. She was indeed that now, simply an unimportant, lowly paga slave in Lydius. I regarded her beauty. I regarded her in the shadows of the small alcove, lit by the tiny lamp, its draft carried by the tiny ventilating hole above it.

She still wore the chains I had put her in. The bit of yellow silk, crumpled, soaked with sweat, lay to one side. She turned her head to one side. I had exacted the full performance of the paga slave from her. Now you take your vengeance on me.

It was true. I had treated her no worse, or better, than such slaves are commonly treated. Moreover, she knew that. She knew I had forced her to serve precisely as a paga slave, no more nor less.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Pages 59 - 60 We had taken on supplies, and my men, on shore, in the paga taverns, had rested, and had muchly pleasured themselves with the lovely recreations of the port.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 64 "We shall open only this bottle," I said. One bottle of Ka-la-na among ten men is nothing. Ka-la-na is not paga or the strong beer of the north. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page Paga slaves are usually lovely girls.

I recalled Tana, a paga slave I had met in Lydius. She was a lovely girl, a beautiful example, belled and silked, of such a slave. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page "Speak to me," I said, "of what took place in this camp, and tell me what you know of the doings and intentions of the men of Tyros.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Pages - "We were the slaves of Hesius of Laura," she wept. Our master dealt with Sarus, Captain of the Rhoda, of Tyros. We were to be rented to the camp of Bosk of Port Kar. We were to serve wine. The men of Tyros, when the wine had been drunk, were to storm the camp.

She stood in brief, diaphanous yellow slave silk, that of the paga slave. Her hair was very long and dark. Her skin was very light. She was slender. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page In Gorean legends the Priest-Kings are said to have formed man from the mud of the earth and the blood of tarns.

In the legends of Torvaldsland, man has a different origin. Gods, meeting in council, decided to form a slave for themselves, for they were all gods, and had no slaves.

They took a hoe, an instrument for working the soil, and put it among them. They then sprinkled water upon this implement and rubbed upon it sweat from their bodies.

From this hoe was formed most men. On the other hand, that night, one of the gods, curious, or perhaps careless, or perhaps driven from the hall and angry, threw down upon the ground his own great ax, and upon this ax he poured paga and his own blood, and the ax laughed and leaped up, and ran away.

The god, and all the gods, could not catch it, and it became, it is said, the father of the men of Torvaldsland. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Pages - How long would it have been since they had witnessed the swaying body of a chained girl in a paga tavern, perhaps even Ilene in the tavern of Hesius in Laura, or, say, one of the luscious, collared slaves of culturally mixed Lydius, at the mouth of the Laurius, perhaps one of the beauties of the Lydian tavern keeper, Sarpedon, perhaps the wench called Tana, once Elizabeth Cardwell of Earth, now only a belled paga slave.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page "Similarly," said Thurnock, "took she the key from the mate of the Rhoda and, when the ships were tied together, and the men of the Rhoda and Tesephone were drunk with her body and the vessels of paga she poured them, she brought it to us.

We freed ourselves, and put those who had been our captors in chains. Their heads, too, sore from the paga, will most likely cause them some displeasure.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page "Give him paga," said Thurnock. And Sandra, in her vest of jewels, and bells, taunted me in the paga tavern in Port Kar. I swilled paga. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page He grinned. We will have business with one named Hesius of Laura, who sent paga slaves and drugged wine to our camp.

I shall burn the tavern. His women will find themselves in our chains. We shall bring them to Port Kar and dispose of them there in the slave markets. Now, even the wines from the vineyards of Ar seemed bitter to me.

Marauders of Gor Book 9 Page 1 "I would have paga," I said. The sword was brought. It was a fine blade. It had been carried on the 25th of Se'Kara. Its blade was figured, its hilt encrusted with jewels. I took the goblet, filled with burning paga.

I had not had paga since returning from the northern forests. Then I stood. The meat, red and hot, was brought, and I tore it in my teeth, the juices running at the side of my mouth.

The blood and the paga were hot and dark within me. I felt the heat of the meat. I threw from me the goblet of gold. I tore the meat and finished it.

Marauders of Gor Book 9 Page 22 Samos turned away from the girl. He indicated to me a man who sat at a far end of one of the low tables. He did not drink wine or paga.

The man, rare in Port Kar, wore the kaffiyeh and agal. The kaffiyeh is a squarish scarf, folded over into a triangle, and placed over the head, two points at the side of the shoulders, one in back to protect the back of the neck.

It is bound to the head by several loops of cord, the agal. The cording indicates tribe and district. We went to the man. Tribesmen of Gor Book 10 Page 20 Sometimes inert, esteemed Gorean free women cry out in rage, not understanding why their companions have forsaken them for the evening, to go to the paga tavern; there, of course, for the price of a cup of paga, he can get his hands on a silken, belled girl, a slave; Tribesmen of Gor Book 10 Page 25 I had then left her and gone to the cafes, to find what I might learn.

In the cafes, as in the paga taverns of the north, one learns the realities of a city, what is its latest news, what is afoot in the city, what are its dangers, its pleasures, and where its power lies. Tribesmen of Gor Book 10 Page 47 A man sat drinking to one side, a strong brew called paga.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page 45 There were flasks of wine there, and bottles of the brew called paga; Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page 50 "You are worthless," said the Lady Sabina to the bound slave.

Their purpose was to please the customers of their master. They came with the price of a cup of paga. Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page To make matters worse the women in the tiers, because of the bidding, now saw me, and understood me, as a girl destined for the taverns, hot, spiced meat, delicious to men, a delectable accompaniment, like the music, to the tawny fire of paga.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page "Paga," called a man. I hurried to him, carrying the large bronze vessel of paga, on its strap about my shoulder.

I knelt and filled his cup. He did not order me to an alcove. I rose and, carrying the vessel of paga, went to the door of the tavern, to step outside, to taste the air. As a paga girl I came with the purchased cup of fluid, but, of course, I, like the others, was only a lovely option; whether I served in an alcove depended entirely on the whim and appetite of the customer.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page The customer could select any serving slave for his pleasure, providing he had paid the price of the paga; he could pick the girl of his interest, whether she had poured him the paga in question or not; to be sure, the customer usually commanded his paga from the wench who had caught his fancy, if he was planning on using her; if he was not interested in the having of a slave girl he would usually call his paga from the closest wench; each cup of paga entitled him to take one slave to the alcove; thus, theoretically, he might use several in one evening; these arrangements, however, terminated with the dawn, and the closing of the tavern; he might not, so to speak, save his cups for later.

Dancers must be separately negotiated for. Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page "Paga! I did not even have time to slip the vessel on its strap over my shoulder. Holding its two handles with my hands, I fled back, with a jangle of slave bells, to the floor, to serve.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page "Sul paga! He was drinking with some five companions. Sul paga! The great staff banged on the table. Busebius rushed to the table. Several men about, at various tables, regarded him, most unpleasantly.

I had worked in the Belled Collar, and, later, in the Chatka and Curla, in Cos. It did not require a great deal of experience to sense that Thurnus must soon be quiet or there would be trouble.

The pagas mentioned by Busebius were all, of course, Sa-Tarna pagas, of various sorts and localities, varying largely in the blend. Sul paga, as anyone knew, is seldom available outside of a peasant village, where it is brewed. Sul paga would slow a tharlarion.

To stay on your feet after a mouthful of Sul paga it is said one must be of the peasants, and then for several generations. And even then, it is said, it is difficult to manage. There is a joke about the baby of a peasant father being born drunk nine months later. One may have paga and wines there.

These are served by slave girls, whose comforts and uses are also included within the price of the lodging. Beasts of Gor Book 12 Page 51 The beast returned from the cabinet with two glasses and a bottle.

He poured two glasses of paga, and reclosed the bottle. We lifted the glasses, and touched them, the one to the other. Beasts of Gor Book 12 Pages - The Four Chains was a dingy tavern, located between two warehouses. Procopius Minor owned about twenty girls. His establishment had a reputation for brawls, cheap paga and hot slaves.

Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page 42 The paga tasted a bit strange, but it was a local paga and there is variation in such pagas, generally a function of the brewer's choice of herbs and grains.

Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page "What is going on here? Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page I was slightly drunk and heated from the paga, but I did not believe myself fevered.

Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page "You took the girl into the tavern," I said, "and covered her with your aba, that she might not move. Shaba, under the cover of the ring, drugged the paga which I drank.

Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page I smiled. It is, of course, a matter of taste. She filled the cup there, before me, and left it behind. Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page Men crowded about. Among them, naked, in collars, were paga slaves, with their bronze vessels on leather straps.

Rogue of Gor Book 15 Page 57 "I will use the one in that alcove," I said to Tasdron, flinging down a tarsk bit on the stained counter. Rogue of Gor Book 15 Page 97 "You stink of the paga taverns," she said. Rogue of Gor Book 15 Page I saw several of the pirates with bottles of paga, swilling from them, as they strutted about, sometimes pausing to cut into a bale of goods or overturn a barrel, kicking it open, permitting its contents to run out, over the boards.

Rogue of Gor Book 15 Page "Once I was captain in Port Cos," he said. I no longer remember that captain. I think he is gone now.

He came west upon the river, to Victoria. How could I explain to Samos the dark affinity I shared with one whom I had met only in the north, and long ago, with one who, clearly, was naught but a beast?

I recalled the long evening I had once spent with Zarendargar, and our lengthy, animated conversations, the talk of warriors, the talk of soldiers, of those familiar with arms and martial values, of those who had shared the zest and terrors of conflict, to whom crass materialisms could never be more than the means to worthier victories, who had shared the loneliness of command, who had never forgotten the meanings of words such as discipline, responsibility, courage and honor, who had known perils, and long treks and privations, to whom comfort and the hearth beckoned less than camps and distant horizons.

I looked beyond Samos, to the canal beyond. The urt hunter, with his girl and boat, rowing slowly, was taking his leave. He would try his luck elsewhere. I shrugged. In some they are. I took a swig of paga from his bota and he one from mine.

Players of Gor Book 20 Page 39 "Hurtha," said I, "what have you there? Dancer of Gor Book 22 Page Bread and paga 2 C. Other food 3 - 5 C.

Lodging 10 C. Blankets 2 2 C. Bath 1 C. Bath girl 2 C. Sponge, oil and strigil 1 C. Girl for the night 5 C. A comment, or two, might be in order on this list of prices. First, it will be noted that they are not typical. In many inns, depending on the season, to be sure, and the readiness of the keeper to negotiate, one can stay for as little as two or three copper tarsks a day, everything included, within reason, of course, subject to some restraint with respect to paga, and such.

For purposes of comparison, in many paga taverns, one may have paga and food, and a girl for the alcove, if one wants, for a single copper tarsk.

Renegades of Gor Book 23 Pages 51 - 52 "Paga and bread are two tarsks," she said. This is not that unusual at an inn. The proportions, then, would be one part paga to five parts water. Commonly, at a paga tavern, the paga would be cut less, or not cut at all.

Renegades of Gor Book 23 Page 70 In a few moments she returned through the door bearing a tray. She knelt near the table, put the tray on the floor, unbidden performed obeisance and then, as though submissively, put the tray on the table, and put the paga, in a small kantharos, and the bread on its trencher, before me.

Then she put the bowl of porridge, with a spoon, before me. She then withdrew, taking the tray, put it to the side, on the floor, again performed obeisance, unbidden, and then knelt back, as though in attendance. There had been something false in her subservience.

I looked at her, narrowly. She did not meet my eyes. I took a sip of paga, and then sopped some bread in it, and then ate it. Renegades of Gor Book 23 Page 71 I did not raise my eyes but appeared to be concerned with the paga. I heard him make a sound of contempt. I wondered if he noted that my hand closed more tightly upon the base of the kantharos.

I should try to control that. I think I myself might have noticed it, in the movement of the upper arm. He stood there, a few feet away. I began to feel insulted. Heat rose in my body. I controlled myself.

Surely that is what Dietrich of Tarnburg would have done. I did not look up. Warriors, of course, are trained to rely upon peripheral vision. If he approached me too closely, coming within a predetermined critical distance, I could dash the paga upward into his eyes and wrench the table up and about, plunging one of the legs into his diaphragm.

Then in a moment I could have him under my foot or upon my sword. Some authorities recommend breaking the kantharos into shards on the face, taking the target above the bridge of the nose with the rim.

This can be even more dangerous with a metal goblet. Many civilians, I believe, do not know why certain warriors, by habit, request their paga in metal goblets when dining in public houses.

Renegades of Gor Book 23 Pages 76 - 77 There were perhaps a hundred men, here and there, within the enclosure, and some fifteen or twenty girls. The girls filled their vessels, which, like the hydria, or water vessel, are high-handled, for dipping, in a large kettle hung simmering over a fire near the entrance to the enclosure.

Warm paga makes one drunk quicker, it is thought. I usually do not like my paga heated, except sometimes on cold nights. This night was not cold, but warm. It was now late spring. Some Cosians tend to be fond of hot paga. So, too, are some of the folks in the more northern islands, interestingly, such as Hunjer and Skjern, west of Torvaldsland.

This probably represents an influence from Cos, transmitted through merchants and seamen. In the north generally, mead, a drink made with fermented honey, and water, and often spices and such, tends to be favored over paga.

Vagabonds of Gor Book 24 Page 16 The enclosure of Philebus was, in effect, a transportable paga tavern, one so arranged that it might accompany a moving camp. Vagabonds of Gor Book 24 Page 17 Temione had now reached the vat, and was carefully dipping her narrow, high-handled serving vessel in the simmering paga.

Vagabonds of Gor Book 24 Page 18 Temione had now filled her paga vessel. She picked up a goblet from a rack near the vat. The shelving on the rack was of narrow wooden rods.

The goblets are kept upside down on the rods. In this way, washed, they can drain, and dry. This also affords them some protection from dust. I watched her carefully wipe the goblet. Woe to the slave who would dare to serve paga or wine in a dirty goblet!

Vagabonds of Gor Book 24 Page 20 "Let slaves present themselves! The "parade of slaves," as it is sometimes called, commonly takes place in venues such as paga taverns and brothels. Vagabonds of Gor Book 24 Page 29 "Come here," he said, indicating a place on the dirt before him.

She did not dare to rise to her feet. She went to her hands and knees that she might crawl to the spot he had specified. All eyes turned toward me, startled.

There were cries of astonishment. Alternatives to such rules are to be made clear in advance, say, by announcement or public posting. Vagabonds of Gor Book 24 Page 46 I recalled he had thrust her into the circle, perhaps in this generously according her, though perhaps with some impatience, and misgivings, this chance to make amends for some perhaps unintentional, miniscule transgression.

Perhaps his paga had not been heated to the right temperature. Magicians of Gor Book 25 Page 46 To be sure, there were virile male slaves in Ar.

For example, many of the fellows who attended to the great refuse vats usually kept at the foot of the stairs in insulae were male slaves.

Usually they worked under the direct or indirect supervision of free men. Occasionally they would be treated to a dram of paga or thrown a kettle girl for the evening. Magicians of Gor Book 25 Page 71 "'You are pretty to have been put in the fields,' she said.

Magicians of Gor Book 25 Page Because there are many Goreans who cannot read, many stores, shops, and such, will utilize various signs and devices to identify their place of business.

For example, a large, wooden image of a paga goblet may hang outside a tavern, a representation of a hammer and anvil outside a metal-worker's shop, one of a needle and thread outside a cloth-worker's shop, and so on.

Magicians of Gor Book 25 Page He bent forward. She smelled a breath thick with paga, not the red and yellow wines from the vats, the wines which she and the others carried. Prize of Gor Book 27 Page Naturally, you must understand, she must be taught your preferences in all things, from the temperature of your paga to that of your bath, and she, of course, as she is a slave, will bathe you.

Prize of Gor Book 27 Page "The paga is splendid," said Cabot. Kur of Gor Book 28 Page There is a time to kill, a time to play kaissa, a time to share paga, a time to do business, a time to exchange slaves, and so on.

Swordsmen of Gor Book 29 Page The slave girl, incidentally, and I suppose this is obvious, does not serve a beverage to a free woman in the manner she would serve a male, and certainly not in the way she would serve her master.

For example, in paga serving, as in a paga tavern, the serving is done in such as way as, in effect, to entice and seduce the male. In such a situation the girl is trying to interest and excite the male and, at the very least, is petitioning his attention, presumably with the alcove in mind.

Swordsmen of Gor Book 29 Pages - Seldom did those of the dark caste drink ka-la-na or paga. Swordsmen of Gor Book 29 Page "Finish your sake," suggested Lord Nishida.

I threw it down, which brought a slight tremor of surprise, and distaste, or, perhaps better, disappointment, to the fine features of the daimyo, for sake is not to be so drunk.

Perhaps kal-da or paga, but not sake. Swordsmen of Gor Book 29 Page I was looking forward to food, and hot paga. Mariners of Gor Book 30 Page Paga may not be served in the eating houses, but a variety of cheap ka-la-nas is usually available.

Conspirators of Gor Book 31 Page There were two market praetors in the market of Cestias. One was near the coin stalls, and Sul Market, the other, rather across the plaza, not far from the Paga and Ka-la-na Markets. Conspirators of Gor Book 31 Page "I think " I said, "it is true, that I have had too much to drink.

She shook her head, and, blinking and twisting, tried to free herself of the paga. It was in her hair, and had drenched her face, and upper body.

It ran down her body to her belly and thighs. She stank then of the drink. She shivered. I looked to the proprietor's man. Smugglers of Gor Book 32 Page 50 If paga was prohibited on the dock, for fear it might compromise or slow work, it was not surprising that the "ka-la-na" of the collar girl should be prohibited, as well.

Smugglers of Gor Book 32 Page But there are men who prefer ka-la-na and men who prefer paga, even men who prefer mead, or kal-da, even sake. Rebels of Gor Book 33 Page On the table, waiting, near the side of the room, were five paga goblets.

Also in evidence was the metal paga vessel, with two handles, from which the goblets might be filled. Paga, unlike ka-la-na, is usually not poured at a table.

In paga, taverns it is dipped from a vat, the goblet itself sometimes used as the dipper and brought to the table by a paga girl. Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page She then poured golden paga from the metal vessel into one of the goblets.

Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page I saw other paga girls about, bearing goblets, replenishing goblets at the vat, serving paga, fetching viands. Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page I did not know the contents of the bottle, but, I supposed, it would contain either ka-la-na or paga, most likely paga.

As it was bottled, it was presumably not vat paga, but some selection from a more reserved, or private, stock, doubtless more expensive. Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page He then finished his dinner with several swigs from the bottle, the contents of which proved to be, judging by the apparent fire of its taste, and the apparently satisfactory burning in his mouth, some special paga.

He then recorked the bottle, put it aside, and looked at me. Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page "Paga loosens the tongue, and opens doors best guarded," said Kurik. Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page I rose to my feet, and made my way to the paga vat, where a taverner's man would fill a goblet that I might then bear to the table.

Quarry of Gor Book 35 Page A goblet of paga is commonly a tarsk-bit, and the girl, if wished, comes with the price of the drink. Quarry of Gor Book 35 Page There is nothing to fear from such half men. Jokesters make fun of them; children steal and hide their crutches and sing insulting songs in their presence, keeping clear of their reach; free women will not look upon them; such pieces of men and parts of men must smilingly endure being mocked, while they hope to beg a handful of crumbs, or a sip of bad paga.

Some fellows amuse themselves at their expense, using them as butts for humor. Some delight in them. It gives them something on which they may look down.

And do not spill a drop or you, barbarian slut, will be lashed across the back of the thighs. The Vat Master beamed. There were cries of pleasure from men, and cries of "Paga! Quarry of Gor Book 35 Page "The noble Glaukos need not be involved in these matters," said Nicomachos.

Anyone might be involved, if anyone, at all. What of a paga tender, a floor master, a keeper of a coin box? Avengers of Gor Book 36 Page 66 Now, should inquiries be made, I am Eiron, an oarsman from Naxos on Daphna. You know no more. I shall shortly send you for paga.

You are to take a goblet from the shelf at random and fill it at the paga vat yourself. I do not want the goblet to be selected by the vat master or filled by the vat master. If this proves impractical, return and inform me. Later, I shall appear drunk. Whatever happens, do not involve yourself. I doubted that the goblet would be filled from the contents of the paga vat.

I watched the attendant. He did not stop at the paga vat but carried the empty goblet through the beaded curtain to the side. Shortly thereafter, he re-emerged onto the floor, carrying the goblet, brimming with fluid, and approached my table, now followed by a short, smiling, thick-legged, coarse-featured fellow, in a silken, gold-embroidered house tunic.

Avengers of Gor Book 36 Pages 73 - 74 I knew the paga had been tampered with. Surely it had not been removed from the general paga vat.

I was sure the drink would not be lethal. I carefully clutched the goblet in two hands, and lifted it to my lips. I tasted it. As far as I could tell, it was paga, though of an unusually fine character. It reminded me of that of the brewery of Temos. Avengers of Gor Book 36 Page 77 "A gold stater, of Brundisium," I said, pressing it into his hand.

Avengers of Gor Book 36 Page I thrust back the mug of paga on the low, square, small table behind which I sat, cross-legged. She looked at me, pressed her lips to the flask of paga, quickly, fervently, and then, head down, rose to her feet, backed away a few feet, and then turned and sped from the large low-ceilinged room, dimly lit by dangling, tharlarion-oil lamps.

Warriors of Gor Book 37 Page 5 It was morning, early morning. Some men were still in the tavern, mostly somnolent, some sprawled across the tiny tables.

The paga vat was covered, the lid chained in place. Warriors of Gor Book 37 Page 21 "I would that news was in the air," said Xenon, "as well as the fumes of paga.

Warriors of Gor Book 37 Page Sul Paga To The Top My master extended his cup to me, and I, kneeling, filled it with Sul paga.

I pressed my lips to the cup, and handed it to him. My eyes smarted. I almost felt drunk from the fumes. I withdrew. Sul paga is, when distilled, though the Sul itself is yellow, as clear as water. The Sul is a tuberous root of the Sul plant; it is a Gorean staple.

The still, with its tanks and pipes, lay within the village, that of Tabuk's Ford, in which Thurnus, our host, was caste leader. He could have been commenting only on the potency of the drink, for Sul paga is almost tasteless.

One does not guzzle Sul paga. Last night one of the men had held my head back and forced me to swallow a mouthful.

In moments things had gone black, and I had fallen unconscious. I had awakened only this morning, ill, miserable, with a splitting headache, chained with the other girls.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page "Give me of drink," said Thurnus to me. I took the flask of Ka-la-na to him. Thurnus looked at me, and grinned.

He emphasized the word 'drink. Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page "You have come to see the work done," he said. You have come to see if a pole of dried fish was missed, if a conical granary lies undetected, if an amphora of paga, buried in the sand, was overlooked.

We welcomed him, we regaled him, we entertained him, we shared paga, our maidens danced before him, we showed him hospitality. Two days later, following his departure, they came, with fire and chains. They took even the trinkets, precious to us, for which we had traded. Avengers of Gor Book 36 Page 38 "Thank you, Noble Master," he said, and, turning about, clutching the coin, staggered toward the paga vat, to the left of the entrance to the tavern, as one would enter.

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From where she knelt she could see the low-hanging tharlarion oil lamps of the main portion of the Paga tavern, the men, the girls in silk who, in a moment, belled, would move among them, replenishing the paga. In the under a hanging lamp, there was a square area, recessed, filled with sand, in which men might fight or girls dance.

Beyond the area of the sand and the many tables there was a high wall, some twenty feet or so high, in which there were four levels, each containing seven small curtained alcoves, the entrances to which were circular, with a diameter of about twenty-four inches.

Seven narrow ladders, each about eight inches in width, fixed into the wall, gave access to these alcoves. She saw Kuurus go to the tables and sit cross-legged behind one, a table against the wall on her left, that there might be no tables behind him, but only the wall.

The men who had been at that table, or near it, silently rose and left the area. Kuurus had placed his spear against the wall behind him, and he had taken from his left shoulder his shield, his helmet and the sheathed short sword, which blade he had placed at his right hand on the low table.

At a gesture from the proprietor, the grimy man in the tunic of white and gold, one of the serving slaves, with a flash of her ankle bells, hurried to the Assassin and set before him a bowl, which she trembling filled from the flask held over her right forearm. Then, with a furtive glance at the girl chained at the side of the room, the serving slave hurried away.

Kuurus took the paga bowl in both hands and put his head down, looking into it. Then, somberly, he lifted it to his lips and drank. Putting the bowl down he wiped his mouth on his forearm and looked at the Musicians.

The three Musicians bent to their instruments, and, in a moment, there were again the sounds of a paga tavern, the sounds of talk, of barbaric music, of pouring paga, the clink of bowls, the rustle of bells on the ankles of slave girls.

Assassin of Gor Book 5 Pages 7 - 9 "It is Hup the Fool," said someone. The little thing, misshapen with its large head, scrambled limping and leaping like a broken-legged urt to the counter behind which stood the man in the grimy tunic, who was wiping out a paga bowl.

Please hide Hup! Hup's rag might once have been of the Caste of Potters, but it was difficult to tell. His hands looked as though they might have been broken. Clearly one leg was shorter than the other.

Hup wrung his tiny, misshapen hands, looking about. He tried foolishly to hide behind a group of men but they threw him to the center of the pit of sand in the tavern. He tried, like a frantic animal, to crawl under one of the low tables but he only spilled the paga and the men pulled him out from under the table and belabored his back with blows of their fists.

He kept whimpering and screaming, and running one place or the other. Then, in spite of the angry shout of the proprietor, he scrambled over the counter, taking refuge behind it. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 10 But his laugh died in his throat as he looked into the eyes of Kuurus, he of the Caste of Assassins.

Kuurus, with his left hand, pushed to one side his bowl of paga. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 12 "I am of the opinion," said the man, "that it is a good thing we have those in the black tunic back amongst us. Then he turned again to Kuurus, and smiled ingratiatingly.

Kuurus said nothing. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 17 Portus hastily pushed his paga bowl up to his mouth, and swilled again, his eyes wary of the Assassin across from him. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 19 Portus pushed one finger around in a puddle of splashed paga on the low table.

Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 20 "I now understand," she said, "why it is that free women never enter Paga taverns. Kuurus removed her slave livery. The girl sat up, her eyes bright, holding her ankles with her hands.

Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 22 Further, in order to gain Players, the master, if wise, occasionally loses a game, which is expensive at the normal odds; and the game must be lost subtly, that the amateur must believe he has won.

I had once known a Warrior in Ko-ro-ba, a dull, watery-eyed fellow, who boasted of having beaten Quintus of Tor in a Paga Tavern in Thentis. Those who play the game for money have a hard lot, for the market is a buyer's market, and commonly men will play with them only on terms much to their satisfaction.

I myself, when Centius of Cos was in Ko-ro-ba, might have played him on the bridge near the Cylinder of Warriors for only a pair of copper tarn disks. It seemed sad to me, that I, who knew so little of the game, could have so cheaply purchased the privilege of sitting across the board from such a master.

It seemed to me that men should pay a tarn disk of gold just to be permitted to watch such a master play, but such were not the economic realities of the game. In spite of having the respect, even to some degree the adulation, of almost all Goreans, the Players lived poorly. On the Street of Coins they found it difficult even to arrange loans.

They were not popular with innkeepers, who would not shelter them unless paid in advance. Many were the nights a master would be found rolled in robes in a Paga tavern, where, for a bit of tarsk meat and a pot of paga, and an evening's free play with customers, he would be permitted to sleep. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 28 On the whole, however, the Players live extremely poorly.

Further, there is a harsh competition among themselves, for positions in certain streets and on certain bridges. The most favorable locations for play are, of course, the higher bridges in the vicinity of the richer cylinders, the most expensive Paga taverns, and so on. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 29 "I come to avenge," I said, "Tarl Cabot, he of Ko-ro-ba.

I smiled to myself. I had little doubt but that in an Ahn the story would be in all the Paga taverns of Ar, on all the bridges and in all the cylinders. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 41 There were several chests in the room, including the iron-banded one with its heavy lock. There were also some cabinets against one wall, filled with plate and cups, some bottles of paga and Ka-la-na.

Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page 53 During the time of the race the hawkers of candies, sweetmeats, Kal-da, pastries and paga were quiet, standing with their goods in the aisles watching. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page It was my intention to relax at the Capacian Baths, have a leisurely supper at some Paga tavern and then return to the House of Cernus.

Assassin of Gor Book 5 Pages - The Tarn Keeper, who was called by those in the tavern Mip, bought the food, bosk steak and yellow bread, peas and Torian olives, and two golden-brown, starchy Suls, broken open and filled with melted bosk cheese.

I bought the Paga, and several times we refilled our cups. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page "You are up late, Killer," said he.

Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page During the days of the Waiting Hand the streets are almost deserted, and in the Houses there is much fasting, and little conversation, and no song.

Rations even in the House of Cernus were halved during this period. Paga and Ka-la-na were not served. The slaves in the pens received almost nothing.

Then, at dawn, on the first day of En'Kara, in the name of the city, the Administrator of Ar, or a Ubar if it be Ubar, greets the sun, welcoming it to Ar on the first day of the New Year.

The great bars suspended about the walls of the city then ring out for more than an Ahn with their din, and the doors of the city burst open and the people crowd out onto the bridges, clad in the splendor of their finest, singing and laughing. The doors are painted green and the pitch washed away, and the branches of the Brak Bush burned in a small ceremony on the threshold.

There are processions in the city that day, and songfests, and tournaments of the game, and recitations by poets, and contests and exhibitions. When the lanterns on the bridges must be lit the people return home, singing, carrying small lamps, and give the night over to feasting and love. Even the slaves in the iron pens in the House of Cernus received that day a small cake with oil and had their troughs filled with water mixed with Paga.

Assassin of Gor Book 5 Pages - A Builder, whose robes were stained with thrown fruit, hastily strode by. They were passing about a bota of paga and, between dancing and trying to hold one another up, managed to weave unsteadily by.

One of them looked at me and from his eyes I judged he may have seen at least three of me and offered me a swig of the bota, which I took. I gave him a silver coin for more paga.

Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page Flaminius looked at me, with a certain drunken awe. Then he rose in his green quarters tunic and went to a chest in his room, from which he drew forth a large bottle of paga. He opened it and, to my surprise, poured two cups.

He took a good mouthful of the fluid from one of the cups, and bolted it down, exhaling with satisfaction. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page "Where is the Paga? Startled, I saw, now that she stood forth from the shadows, that she had no nose.

I went to the basket and took out a bottle, a large one. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page "It is Kajuralia," I said to him, simply. I held the bottle to him. he asked. He began to laugh, softly, hoarsely. He began to suck at the bottle.

There were few teeth left in his mouth; most had rotted and, apparently, snapped away, or had been broken off by him and discarded. I forcibly drew the bottle from his mouth.

I had no wish that he kill himself on the paga. I did not know what its shock would be to his system, after apparently months of torture, confinement, fear, poor food, the water, the urts.

Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page I let him have another small swig at the paga bottle. I counted back the rows. Then I said, pointing to the first scratch, "This is the first day of En'Kara before the last En'Kara. I gave him another drink of the paga.

He reached under himself to hold forth for my inspection a shred of damp, rotted blue cloth, the remains of what had once been his robes. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Pages - "Would such not be pleased to be served his paga by such as these? Would he not care to see them dance for him? Would the sight of them, eager, lips lifted, in the shadows of a tavern's alcoves, not soothe his weary eyes aching from the sun and salt of gleaming Thassa?

With him he carried the apparatus of his craft, and a canister of fluid. There was paga on his breath but his eyes were sober. Assassin of Gor Book 5 Page I watched the dancing girl of Port Kar writhing on the square of sand between the tables, under the whips of masters, in a Paga tavern of Port Kar.

She knelt beside the low table, at which I sat cross-legged. I liked paga warm. One felt it so much the sooner. It is called the Whip Dance, the dance the girl upon the sand danced. She wore a delicate vest and belt of chains and jewels with shimmering metal droplets attached.

And she wore ankle rings, and linked slave bracelets, again with shimmering droplets pendant upon them and a locked collar matching. She danced under ships' lanterns, hanging from the ceiling of the paga tavern, it located near the wharf bounding the great arsenal.

I heard the snapping of the whip, her cries. The dancing girls of Port Kar are said to be the best of all Gor. They are sought eagerly in the many cities of the planet.

They are slave to the core, vicious, treacherous, cunning, seductive, sensuous, dangerous, desirable, excruciatingly desirable. I took it from her, again not seeing her.

I drank more paga. So I had come to Port Kar. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page I took another drink of paga. The men who had come to the tavern were roistering but order, to some extent, had been restored. Two of the ship's lanterns had been broken. There was glass, and spilled paga about, and two broken tables.

But the musicians were again playing and again, in the square of sand, the girl performed, though not now the Whip Dance.

Nude slave girls, wrists chained, hurried about. The proprietor, sweating, aproned, was tipping yet another great bottle of paga in its sling, filling cups, that they be borne to the drinkers. There was an occasional scream from the alcoves, bringing laughter from the tables.

I heard the flash of a whip somewhere, and the cries of a girl. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page I threw a silver tarsk, taken from what we had obtained from the slavers in the marsh, to the proprietor of the paga tavern, and took in return one of the huge bottles of paga, of the sort put in the pouring sling, and reeled out of the tavern, making my way along the narrow walk way lining the canal, toward the quarters taken by men, Thurnock and Clitus, with our slaves.

I had pounded on the beamed door of our quarter "Paga! Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page "Good, my Captain," said Clitus, from one side, where he sat working on a net, reinforcing its knots one by one.

He grinned at the sight of the bottle. He had purchased the net in the morning, with a trident, the traditional weapons of the fisherman of the western shore and the western islands. Kneeling quite near him, holding cord for him, fiber on her throat serving as collar, knelt short, dark-haired Ula.

She, too, wore a slight bit of silk. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page Before we set out we broke open the great bottle of paga, and Thurnock, Clitus and I clashed goblets and emptied them of their swirling fires.

Then we forced each of the girls, choking and sputtering, to themselves upon a goblet, swilling down as best they could the fowl draught. I recall Midice standing there in her silk, the leather on her wrist, shaking, coughing, paga on her mouth, looking at me with fear. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page That night, the girls in our arms, we feasted, lifting many cups of paga.

Clitus, after returning to our quarters, had left and returned with four musicians, bleary-eyed, routed from their mats well past the Twentieth Hour, but, lured by the jingling of a pair of silver tarsks, ready to play for us, past the dawn if need be.

We soon had them drunk as well and though it did not improve their playing, I was pleased to see them join with us in our festivities, helping as to make our feast.

Clitus, too, had brought two bottles of Ka-la-na wine, a string of eels, cheese of the Verr, and a sack of red olives from the groves of Tyros. We greeted him with cheers. Telima had prepared a roast tarsk, stuffed with suls and peppers from Tor.

There were great quantities of the yellow Sa-Tarna bread, in its rounded, six-part loaves. We were served by the Kettle Slave, Telima. She poured paga for the men, and Ka-la-na for the women. She tore the bread for us, broke the cheese, ribboned the eels and cut the tarsk. She hurried from one to the other, and the musicians as well, scarcely serving one before being summoned to another.

The girls commanded her as well as the men. She was only Kettle Slave and thus, they were of a higher sort than she. Further, I gathered, on the islands, Telima, with her beauty, her skills and arrogance, had not been popular, and it pleased them no little that she should be, in effect, slave for them as well as their masters.

I sat cross-legged at the low table, quaffing paga, my left arm about the shoulders of Midice, who, kneeling, snuggled against me. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages - I found myself alone in the darkness.

It was about an Ahn, I conjectured, before daylight. I trod the narrow walkway lining the canal. Then, suddenly, falling to my hands and knees, I threw up into the dark waters.

I heard one of the giant canal urts twist in the water somewhere beneath me. I threw up again, and then stood up, shaking my head. I had had too much paga, I told myself. I could smell the sea, but I had not yet seen her.

The buildings lining the canals on each side were dark, but, here and there, in the side of one, near a window, was a torch. I looked at the brick, the stone, watched the patterns and shadows playing on the walls of the buildings of Port Kar. Somewhere I heard the squealing and thrashing of two of the giant urts fighting in the water, among the floating garbage.

My steps took me again to the paga tavern where I had begun this night. I was alone, and miserable. I was cold.

There was nothing of worth in Port Kar, nor in all the worlds of all the suns. I pushed open the doors of the paga tavern. The musicians, and the dancer, had gone, long ago I supposed.

There were not so many men in the paga tavern now t and those there were seemed mostly lost in stupor. Here and there some lay among the tables, their tunics soiled with paga.

Others lay, wrapped in ship's cloaks, against the wall. Some two or three still sat groggily at the tables, staring at goblets half-filled with paga. The girls, saving those who served still in the curtained alcoves must have been somewhere chained for the night, probably in a slave room off the kitchen.

The proprietor, when I entered, lifted his head from the counter, behind which hung a great bottle of paga in its pouring sling.

I threw down a copper tarn disk and he tilted the great bottle. I took my goblet of paga to a table and sat down, cross-legged, behind it. I did not want to drink. I wanted only to be alone. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages - Free Goreans do not like to be pressed in their tasks. Two Ahn for lunch and stopping an Ahn early for paga and talk in the late afternoon are not uncommon.

Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page I felt the folded sweep of Clitus' net behind me and I thrust back my hand, and hooked my fingers into its mesh. Bleeding and choking, shivering with cold, I was drawn from the water.

In moments, trembling, half supported by two men-at-arms, I was conducted back to the investing wall. There, in the heat of a watch fire, I stripped away my clothes and took a cloak from Thurnock. Someone gave me a swallow of paga from a leather bota. Suddenly I laughed. The men laughed.

Thurnock clapped me on the shoulders. I took another swig of paga. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page In this very afternoon the formal presentations and accountings of the victory and its plunder had taken place in the chamber of the Council of Captains.

I rose to my feet and lifted my goblet of paga, acknowledging the cries of my retainers. The goblets clashed and we drank. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages - Now, at my victory feast, I drank more paga.

That, I told myself, letting a boy train with weapons, had been a moment of weakness. I did not expect I would allow myself more such moments.

I observed the boy bringing in yet another roasted tarsk. No, I told myself, I should not have showed such lenience to a slave. I would not again allow myself such moments of weakness. I fingered the broad scarlet ribbon and the medallion, pendant about my neck, bearing its tarn ship and initials, those of the Council of Captains of Port Kar.

I was Bosk, Pirate, Admiral of Port Kar, now perhaps one of the richest and most powerful men on Gor. No, I would not again show such moments of weakness. I thrust out the silver paga goblet, studded with rubies, and Telima, standing beside my thronelike chair, filled it.

I did not look upon her. I looked down the table, to where Thurnock, with his slave Thura, and Clitus, with his slave, Ula, were drinking and laughing. Thurnock and Clitus were good men, but they were fools.

They were weak. I recalled how they had taken a fancy to the boy, Fish, and had helped him with his work in weapons. Such men were weak. They had not in themselves the stuff of captains. I sat back on the great chair, paga goblet in hand, surveying the room.

It was crowded with the tables of my retainers, feasting. To one side musicians played. There was a clear space before my great table, in which, from time to time, during the evening, entertainments had been provided, simple things, which even I upon occasion found amusing, fire eaters and sword swallowers, jugglers and acrobats, and magicians, and slaves, riding on one another's shoulders' striking at one another with inflated tarsk bladders tied to poles.

And again goblets were lifted and clashed. I looked down the long table, and, far to my right, sitting alone at the end of the long bench behind the table, was Luma, my slave and chief scribe.

Poor, scrawny, plain Luma, thought I, in her tunic of scribe's cloth, and collar! What a poor excuse for a paga slave she had been! Yet she had a brilliant mind for the accounts and business of a great house, and had much increased my fortunes.

So indebted to her was I that I had, this night, permitted her to sit at one end of the great table. No free man, of course, would sit beside her. Moreover, that my other scribes and retainers not be angered, I had had her put in slave bracelets, and about her neck had had fastened a chain, which was bolted into the heavy table.

And it was thus that Luma, she of perhaps greatest importance in my home, saving its master, with us, yet chained and alone, apart, shared my feast of victory. Telima poured me more paga.

Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages - I extended the paga goblet to Telima and, again, she filled it. I rose to my feet, lifting the goblet, and my retainers, as well, rose to their feet, lifting their goblets. We drank. The room was quiet.

I looked upon the singer. I looked about, angrily. I called out to a passing slave girl. I had not given her permission to leave. I addressed myself to one of the slave girls. I would be served. Sandra looked down, angrily, pouting. She was indeed a wily wench. She looked up at me, suddenly, her eyes bright, her lips slightly parted.

There was a rustle of chain and the Lady Vivina, to the pleasure of the tables, was conducted before me. I heard a movement at my side and saw that Telima now stood again where she had before. There were tears in her eyes. I did not doubt that she now had four or five welts on her back from the switch of the kitchen master.

The thin rep-cloth tunic provides little protection from the kitchen master's switch. I held out the paga goblet, and she refilled it. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page Also I had toyed with the idea of opening a paga tavern in the center of the city, the most opulent in Port Kar, perhaps, called the Tavern of the Forty Maidens.

There were few in Port Kar who would not be eager to patronize such an establishment, that they might be served by the high-born beauties of Tyros. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages - "Paga! I regretted only that Midice and Tab were not with me to share my triumph.

I stood drunkenly, holding to the table. I spilled paga. I drank again. And then, again, wildly, shouting, crying out, I threw gold to all the corners of the room, laughing as the men fought and leaped to seize it.

I drank and then threw more coins and more coins about the room. There was laughter and delighted cries. I drank again, and again. My admiral's cloak, brought with my returning men from the round ship, was given to me and I wrapped it about my shoulders.

A vessel of hot paga was brought, too. I grinned. I did not feel victorious. I was alive. I swallowed the hot paga. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Pages - Samos put down a cup of paga. Tab looked down at the table. The last holding of Henrius Sevarius has been abandoned. The council hall, though partly burnt, is not destroyed.

The city, it seems to me, is safe. The fleet will doubtless return within four or five days. We drank his toast. Raiders of Gor Book 6 Page I saw that a cart, loaded with jugs of paga, arrived at the compound. It was greeted with cheers by the guards.

Tonight was a night for celebration. Tomorrow we would leave the compound and begin the overland journey across the river and southeast to Ko-ro-ba, and from thence to Ar. Captive of Gor Book 7 Page She leaped to her feet and ran to him, where he shook her head roughly, and unbound her.

I went to the wagon to fetch a large bota of paga, which had been filled from one of the large jugs. Lana and Ute, too, went to the wagon, to fetch other botas, so commanded by other guards. Soon I returned to the firelight, the heavy bota of paga, on its strap, slung over my shoulder, Ute and Lana, with theirs, behind me.

The grass felt good to my bare feet. It seemed I could feel each blade. I felt the rough fabric of the camisk on my body as I moved, the pull of the strap on my shoulder, the heavy, swaying touch of the bota as, in the rhythm of my walk, it touched my side.

Beyond the fire, in the distance, like an irregular margin, a torn, soft, dark edge hiding the bright stars of Gor, I could see the lofty, still blackness of the borders of the northern forests.

Far off, I heard the scream of a hunting sleen. I shivered. Then I heard the laughing of the men, and turned again toward the fire. Back away toward the compound, here and there on the meadow, I could see other fires, and clusters of wagons.

This was a night for paga, for celebration. Tomorrow, Targo, and his men and his merchandise, would make their way to Laura and, crossing the river there, begin their long, overland journey to Ko-ro-ba, called by some the Towers of the Morning, and from thence to luxurious Ar itself.

The journey would be not only long and hard but dangerous. I hurried to him. The guard handed me a piece of meat and I took it in my teeth kneeling beside him, where he sat cross-legged, I lifting and squeezing the bota of paga, filled from one of the large jugs, guiding the stream of liquid into his mouth.

I bit through the charred exterior of the meat, into the red, hot, half-raw, juicy interior. The guard, with one hand, gestured that he had had enough. I laid the bota aside on the grass. Captive of Gor Book 7 Pages - I observed Inge filling the paga goblet of one of the huntsmen.

She knelt closer to him than she needed to. Her lips were parted. Her eyes shone. Her hands, slightly, shook on the paga bottle. Rena knelt to one side. She watched her huntsman, gnawing the meat from a great bone.

I could see that she was eager to leap up to serve him, should he but speak to her. Captive of Gor Book 7 Page "Thurnock," I said, "let us now have that cup of paga, and then let us retire. We must rise early, for the Dorna, and the Venna, and the Tela are to be inspected.

With a flash of slave bells, she withdrew. As she left, I noted that she passed by the kneeling male slave, flanked by his guards.

She passed him as a slave girl, her head in the air, insolently, taunting him with her body. I saw rage flash in his eyes. I heard his chains move. The guards took no note of him. He was well secured.

The girl laughed, and continued on, to fetch paga for free men. Instead I swept my Ubar to Ubar's Tarnsman One. I looked into Samos' eyes. He turned his attention again to the board. He had a large, squarish head, short-cropped white hair.

His face was dark from the sun, and wind-burned, and sea-burned. There were small, golden rings in his ears. He was a pirate, a slaver, a master swordsman, a captain of Port Kar.

He studied the board. He did not take the Ubar's Tarnsman with his spearman. He looked up at me, and defended his Home Stone by bringing his Scribe to Ubar One, whence it could control his Ubar's Tarnsman Three, controlling as well the killing diagonal.

Samos was always suspicious. I smiled. Samos smiled. Samos, not looking at her, held forth his goblet. The girl filled the goblet.

I held forth my goblet, and she, too, filled mine. She withdrew. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Pages 8 - 9 I glanced across the room. A few yards away, on the tiles, in her brief silk, the two-handled, bronze paga vessel beside her, knelt the slave girl, waiting to be summoned.

She was dark-haired, and beautiful. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 11 Elsewhere I heard a vendor of pastries crying his wares. From within a nearby paga tavern I heard the sounds of musicians.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 42 We took a table, an inconspicuous one, near the rear of the paga tavern, yet one with an unimpeded view. The short-bodied girl was indeed superb. Aside from her chains, confining her wrists and ankles, she wore only her collar. There was a flash of slave bells at my side and a dark-haired, yellow-silked girl, a paga girl, knelt beside us, where we sat cross-legged behind the small table.

We had finished with our meal. And we were now finishing second cups of paga. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 47 "Go to the wall," I said. She put down her vessel of paga, and rose lightly. I saw the beauty of her body beneath the silk. She went to the wall, where Tendite had been chained.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 57 Her fists clenched in the slave bracelets. She was indeed that now, simply an unimportant, lowly paga slave in Lydius.

I regarded her beauty. I regarded her in the shadows of the small alcove, lit by the tiny lamp, its draft carried by the tiny ventilating hole above it.

She still wore the chains I had put her in. The bit of yellow silk, crumpled, soaked with sweat, lay to one side. She turned her head to one side. I had exacted the full performance of the paga slave from her. Now you take your vengeance on me.

It was true. I had treated her no worse, or better, than such slaves are commonly treated. Moreover, she knew that. She knew I had forced her to serve precisely as a paga slave, no more nor less.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Pages 59 - 60 We had taken on supplies, and my men, on shore, in the paga taverns, had rested, and had muchly pleasured themselves with the lovely recreations of the port.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page 64 "We shall open only this bottle," I said. One bottle of Ka-la-na among ten men is nothing. Ka-la-na is not paga or the strong beer of the north.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page Paga slaves are usually lovely girls. I recalled Tana, a paga slave I had met in Lydius. She was a lovely girl, a beautiful example, belled and silked, of such a slave.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page "Speak to me," I said, "of what took place in this camp, and tell me what you know of the doings and intentions of the men of Tyros.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Pages - "We were the slaves of Hesius of Laura," she wept. Our master dealt with Sarus, Captain of the Rhoda, of Tyros. We were to be rented to the camp of Bosk of Port Kar. We were to serve wine.

The men of Tyros, when the wine had been drunk, were to storm the camp. She stood in brief, diaphanous yellow slave silk, that of the paga slave. Her hair was very long and dark.

Her skin was very light. She was slender. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page In Gorean legends the Priest-Kings are said to have formed man from the mud of the earth and the blood of tarns. In the legends of Torvaldsland, man has a different origin. Gods, meeting in council, decided to form a slave for themselves, for they were all gods, and had no slaves.

They took a hoe, an instrument for working the soil, and put it among them. They then sprinkled water upon this implement and rubbed upon it sweat from their bodies. From this hoe was formed most men. On the other hand, that night, one of the gods, curious, or perhaps careless, or perhaps driven from the hall and angry, threw down upon the ground his own great ax, and upon this ax he poured paga and his own blood, and the ax laughed and leaped up, and ran away.

The god, and all the gods, could not catch it, and it became, it is said, the father of the men of Torvaldsland. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Pages - How long would it have been since they had witnessed the swaying body of a chained girl in a paga tavern, perhaps even Ilene in the tavern of Hesius in Laura, or, say, one of the luscious, collared slaves of culturally mixed Lydius, at the mouth of the Laurius, perhaps one of the beauties of the Lydian tavern keeper, Sarpedon, perhaps the wench called Tana, once Elizabeth Cardwell of Earth, now only a belled paga slave.

Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page "Similarly," said Thurnock, "took she the key from the mate of the Rhoda and, when the ships were tied together, and the men of the Rhoda and Tesephone were drunk with her body and the vessels of paga she poured them, she brought it to us.

We freed ourselves, and put those who had been our captors in chains. Their heads, too, sore from the paga, will most likely cause them some displeasure. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page "Give him paga," said Thurnock.

And Sandra, in her vest of jewels, and bells, taunted me in the paga tavern in Port Kar. I swilled paga. Hunters of Gor Book 8 Page He grinned.

We will have business with one named Hesius of Laura, who sent paga slaves and drugged wine to our camp. I shall burn the tavern. His women will find themselves in our chains. We shall bring them to Port Kar and dispose of them there in the slave markets.

Now, even the wines from the vineyards of Ar seemed bitter to me. Marauders of Gor Book 9 Page 1 "I would have paga," I said. The sword was brought.

It was a fine blade. It had been carried on the 25th of Se'Kara. Its blade was figured, its hilt encrusted with jewels. I took the goblet, filled with burning paga.

I had not had paga since returning from the northern forests. Then I stood. The meat, red and hot, was brought, and I tore it in my teeth, the juices running at the side of my mouth. The blood and the paga were hot and dark within me. I felt the heat of the meat. I threw from me the goblet of gold.

I tore the meat and finished it. Marauders of Gor Book 9 Page 22 Samos turned away from the girl. He indicated to me a man who sat at a far end of one of the low tables. He did not drink wine or paga. The man, rare in Port Kar, wore the kaffiyeh and agal.

The kaffiyeh is a squarish scarf, folded over into a triangle, and placed over the head, two points at the side of the shoulders, one in back to protect the back of the neck. It is bound to the head by several loops of cord, the agal. The cording indicates tribe and district. We went to the man.

Tribesmen of Gor Book 10 Page 20 Sometimes inert, esteemed Gorean free women cry out in rage, not understanding why their companions have forsaken them for the evening, to go to the paga tavern; there, of course, for the price of a cup of paga, he can get his hands on a silken, belled girl, a slave; Tribesmen of Gor Book 10 Page 25 I had then left her and gone to the cafes, to find what I might learn.

In the cafes, as in the paga taverns of the north, one learns the realities of a city, what is its latest news, what is afoot in the city, what are its dangers, its pleasures, and where its power lies. Tribesmen of Gor Book 10 Page 47 A man sat drinking to one side, a strong brew called paga.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page 45 There were flasks of wine there, and bottles of the brew called paga; Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page 50 "You are worthless," said the Lady Sabina to the bound slave. Their purpose was to please the customers of their master. They came with the price of a cup of paga.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page To make matters worse the women in the tiers, because of the bidding, now saw me, and understood me, as a girl destined for the taverns, hot, spiced meat, delicious to men, a delectable accompaniment, like the music, to the tawny fire of paga.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page "Paga," called a man. I hurried to him, carrying the large bronze vessel of paga, on its strap about my shoulder.

I knelt and filled his cup. He did not order me to an alcove. I rose and, carrying the vessel of paga, went to the door of the tavern, to step outside, to taste the air. As a paga girl I came with the purchased cup of fluid, but, of course, I, like the others, was only a lovely option; whether I served in an alcove depended entirely on the whim and appetite of the customer.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page The customer could select any serving slave for his pleasure, providing he had paid the price of the paga; he could pick the girl of his interest, whether she had poured him the paga in question or not; to be sure, the customer usually commanded his paga from the wench who had caught his fancy, if he was planning on using her; if he was not interested in the having of a slave girl he would usually call his paga from the closest wench; each cup of paga entitled him to take one slave to the alcove; thus, theoretically, he might use several in one evening; these arrangements, however, terminated with the dawn, and the closing of the tavern; he might not, so to speak, save his cups for later.

Dancers must be separately negotiated for. Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page "Paga! I did not even have time to slip the vessel on its strap over my shoulder. Holding its two handles with my hands, I fled back, with a jangle of slave bells, to the floor, to serve.

Slave Girl of Gor Book 11 Page "Sul paga! He was drinking with some five companions. Sul paga! The great staff banged on the table. Busebius rushed to the table.

Several men about, at various tables, regarded him, most unpleasantly. I had worked in the Belled Collar, and, later, in the Chatka and Curla, in Cos. It did not require a great deal of experience to sense that Thurnus must soon be quiet or there would be trouble.

The pagas mentioned by Busebius were all, of course, Sa-Tarna pagas, of various sorts and localities, varying largely in the blend. Sul paga, as anyone knew, is seldom available outside of a peasant village, where it is brewed.

Sul paga would slow a tharlarion. To stay on your feet after a mouthful of Sul paga it is said one must be of the peasants, and then for several generations.

And even then, it is said, it is difficult to manage. There is a joke about the baby of a peasant father being born drunk nine months later. One may have paga and wines there. These are served by slave girls, whose comforts and uses are also included within the price of the lodging.

Beasts of Gor Book 12 Page 51 The beast returned from the cabinet with two glasses and a bottle. He poured two glasses of paga, and reclosed the bottle. We lifted the glasses, and touched them, the one to the other. Beasts of Gor Book 12 Pages - The Four Chains was a dingy tavern, located between two warehouses.

Procopius Minor owned about twenty girls. His establishment had a reputation for brawls, cheap paga and hot slaves. Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page 42 The paga tasted a bit strange, but it was a local paga and there is variation in such pagas, generally a function of the brewer's choice of herbs and grains.

Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page "What is going on here? Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page I was slightly drunk and heated from the paga, but I did not believe myself fevered.

Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page "You took the girl into the tavern," I said, "and covered her with your aba, that she might not move. Shaba, under the cover of the ring, drugged the paga which I drank.

Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page I smiled. It is, of course, a matter of taste. She filled the cup there, before me, and left it behind.

Explorers of Gor Book 13 Page Men crowded about. Among them, naked, in collars, were paga slaves, with their bronze vessels on leather straps. Rogue of Gor Book 15 Page 57 "I will use the one in that alcove," I said to Tasdron, flinging down a tarsk bit on the stained counter.

Rogue of Gor Book 15 Page 97 "You stink of the paga taverns," she said. Rogue of Gor Book 15 Page I saw several of the pirates with bottles of paga, swilling from them, as they strutted about, sometimes pausing to cut into a bale of goods or overturn a barrel, kicking it open, permitting its contents to run out, over the boards.

Rogue of Gor Book 15 Page "Once I was captain in Port Cos," he said. I no longer remember that captain. I think he is gone now. He came west upon the river, to Victoria. How could I explain to Samos the dark affinity I shared with one whom I had met only in the north, and long ago, with one who, clearly, was naught but a beast?

I recalled the long evening I had once spent with Zarendargar, and our lengthy, animated conversations, the talk of warriors, the talk of soldiers, of those familiar with arms and martial values, of those who had shared the zest and terrors of conflict, to whom crass materialisms could never be more than the means to worthier victories, who had shared the loneliness of command, who had never forgotten the meanings of words such as discipline, responsibility, courage and honor, who had known perils, and long treks and privations, to whom comfort and the hearth beckoned less than camps and distant horizons.

I looked beyond Samos, to the canal beyond. The urt hunter, with his girl and boat, rowing slowly, was taking his leave. He would try his luck elsewhere. I shrugged. In some they are. I took a swig of paga from his bota and he one from mine. Players of Gor Book 20 Page 39 "Hurtha," said I, "what have you there?

Dancer of Gor Book 22 Page Bread and paga 2 C. Other food 3 - 5 C. Lodging 10 C. Blankets 2 2 C. Bath 1 C. Bath girl 2 C. Sponge, oil and strigil 1 C. Girl for the night 5 C. A comment, or two, might be in order on this list of prices.

First, it will be noted that they are not typical. In many inns, depending on the season, to be sure, and the readiness of the keeper to negotiate, one can stay for as little as two or three copper tarsks a day, everything included, within reason, of course, subject to some restraint with respect to paga, and such.

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