The Conjuration Chamber was a space in the Royal Palace of the city of Farrog which the necromancer, Bauchelain, used in his more complex spellcasting - particularly when he was summoning dangerous demons.[1]

The floor of this Chamber was thickly covered with etched pentagrams of various sizes - which left little room to move around between them. Along one wall was a narrow table crowded with items used by Bauchelain in his arcane activities: "...phials, beakers, stoppered urns, small ornate boxes, clay jars, blocks of pigment, brushes and reeds of charcoal." Upon a shelf situated on the wall above this table were tiny captive demons, each contained in its own private prison. On the other side of the room was another shelf - high on the opposite wall - on which "...a dozen cats were lying in solemn observation, tails twitching."[2]

In The Fiends of NightmariaEdit

The Indifferent God having escaped captivity from the lowest dungeon of the Royal Palace,[3] Bauchelain, with Emancipor Reese in attendance, retired to the Conjuration Chamber in order to summon up a powerful 'Demon Prince' - Prince Flail Their Limbs - to deal with the god. After conjuring up Prince Flail, the necromancer - still in the Conjuration Chamber with Emancipor - then proceeded to summon up additional, subservient, demons as minions to assist the Demon Prince with overcoming the Indifferent God.[4]

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