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The Conquest of Kiltar (Italian: La conquista del Kiltar) is the twenty-sixth and final plus overall episode of the first season (The Tiger of Malaysia) of the animated series, Sandokan.

Plot

Sandokan and his men prepare to face the most difficult of all their adventures: the conquest of Kiltar. From the start, the endeavour appears extremely difficult because of the defensive position created by Nasumbata, the cruel Rajah placed on the throne by Brooke. His castle stands in the middle of a lake with a dozen cannons mounted on the roof, and the cannons cover the only possible access route: a long bridge running from the castle to the shore where a village is located. Sandokan would willingly face the cannons without the slightest hesitation, but he knows that Nasumbata will have no qualms about firing on the village, and taking the lives of his own people in the process.

Another way in must be found, so Sandokan, Yanez, Tremal-Naik and Hyrundo enter the palace as emissaries from Lord Brooke with a plan to render the cannons useless and then signal their companions, who have remained in the mountains, to launch their attack... Sandokan’s party is ushered into Nasumbata’s presence and all proceeds according to plan until Nasumbata notices Paco, and wants him at all costs. Naturally, Yanez refuses to part with his pal, but he is forced to play a treacherous game invented by the Rajah himself, accepting that whoever wins gets to keep Paco. However, the game is never brought to conclusion, because Sandokan and the others create a diversion and escape with the help of Mansura, Nasumbata’s slave. They reach the cannons, fighting Nasumbata’s men all the way, and give the signal. The Tigers, the Dayaks and the Marathas, waiting in the mountain pass, launch their attack on the castle, while Nasumbata’s men try to blow up the bridge, but it is then too late.

The diamond miners, the villagers, and everyone else rebel, coming to the aid of the real Rajah. Sandokan wins his fight against Nasumbata, who throws himself off the cannon emplacement on the roof of the castle.... But suddenly, there is a new, unexpected hazard: the English army advances towards the rebels. All seems lost... Until our heroes discover the English army is not lead by Brooke, but by Lady Carradine herself, accompanied by Guillonk, who has come to join the fight on the side of Sandokan. That evening while the villagers prepare a feast for the return of their true Rajah, Lady Carradine announces that Brooke and all of his henchmen have been arrested and are now on their way to a prison on a desert island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

Under the gentle light of sunset, Sandokan can finally relax and enjoy the magnificence of his kingdom. Near by, Marianne is already making plans for a quiet life in their beautiful new country and the Tigers are thinking much the same thing. Only Yanez has some doubts, because he knows Sandokan well and he is convinced that sooner or later his friend will succumb to the lure of a new adventure.

Characters

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Supporting

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Media:
SandokanThe Pearl of LabuanThe Black Heart of KaliThe Gift of the TigersVideo Game
Characters:
Heroes: SandokanMarianneYanezPacoKammamuriDharma

Supporting: Tremal-NaikSuramaAdaSultanAminaMoruganButhoKimArunaAmariBandarRandiAzimAsuraPrince ZhaoPrince SungPrince LaoSingaXi XiNagaThe Blue MonksArchibald LesterColonel StonesLieutenant JonesUrlagBabar
Villains: James BrookeSuyodhanaNazimaUshitoraMatiKien KoaKaliNarkodamHazraJade FoxLobo Hai

Episodes
The Tiger of Malaysia: "The Tiger Wakes" • "The Challenge to Labuan" • "The Conquest of Mompracem" • "The Tiger's Attack" • "The Pearl of Labuan" • "The Kidnapping" • "Dharma, The Tiger from India" • "Kammamuri, Slave of the Rajah" • "In Sarawak's Marshes" • "The Sect of the Thugs" • "The Attack of Rajmangal" • "The Black Heart of Kali" • "The Imprisoned Tigers" • "Marianne's Sacrifice" • "The Wedding" • "Prisoners of the Pirates" • "Marianne, Bayadere of the Sultan" • "Giltnose's Betrayal" • "In the Subterraneans of Calcutta" • "The Spring of the Golden Monkeys" • "The Cave of Fear" • "The Long Night of the Dayachi" • "The Pact" • "The Conspiracy" • "The Return of Sandokan" • "The Conquest of Kiltar"
The Tiger Roars Again: "The Rajah's Tigers" • "Moral Trap" • "Attacking the White Rajah" • "Nazima" • "The Head Hunters" • "The Maharajah's Daughter" • "Return to Raimangal" • "The American Cannon" • "Duel to the Death" • "The Stone of Salagraman" • "The Rebel Prisoners" • "Surama, Queen of Assam" • "The Dragon Triad" • "The White Tiger" • "The Fighting Monks" • "The Moving Forest" • "The Attack on the Train" • "Underground in Delhi" • "The Thugs Lose Out" • "The Cells of Calbaran" • "Devil's Island" • "The Defeat of the White Rajah" • "The Sea Cemetery" • "Kiltar Under Attack" • "Kiltar Reconquered" • "The Final Encounter"
The Two Tigers: "Morugan" • "The Blue Monks" • "The Tsunami" • "The Reign of Terror" • "The Pirate King" • "The Evil of Hazra" • "In Nepal" • "The Cathedral of Ice" • "Turgut!" • "The Immortal One" • "The Jade Fox" • "The Conspiracy" • "The Three Golden Arrows" • "Black Devil" • "The Serpent King" • "The Sea of Mud" • "The Yellow Fangs" • "The Hunting" • "Kalisura" • "Eye of the Cobra" • "Narayama" • "The City of Lost Souls" • "The Time Trap" • "The Cave of Kali" • "The Secret of Kondo" • "The Invincible Sword"
Locations:
IndiaNepalChinaThailand
Objects:
Nandaka
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