Agraba is plagued by a flying dragon and a serpent named Xerxes, but those are only meant as a test, which indicates Aladdin as the hero required for the purpose of their master, the sinister sorcerer Mozenrath, who forces him to come to his magical kingdom in the black sands, where he has overpowered the previous king, whom even mighty Jafar feared, and reduced him to one of his mamluks (undead skeleton slave-soldiers). Aladdin must help Mozenrath by putting a magical collar on the neck of a tirbac, a magical monster which swallows all magical beings, and therefore chases both his flying carpet and Genie...
Did You Know?
Mozenrath's name was an anagram of most of the last names of writers Bill Motz
and Bob Roth
. The exact anagram was Motzenroth, but they adjusted it after creating it since they felt it resembled a Hebrew name. See more
While Mozenrath is trying to decide where to attack, his gauntlet is black instead of brown. See more
[grabs his neck
Not quiet *enough*, Xerxes.
References The Wizard of Oz