Nomads of Gor and I have a complicated relationship. In one way, I don't like it because I feel John Norman spent way too much time dedicated to world building. On the other hand, this is clearly a 1980s fantasy movie written in 1969.
The first part of Nomads of Gor reminds us of what Tarl Cabot's goal is: meet with the Wagon Peoples and secure the egg of the Priest Kings. Upon meeting the Wagon Peoples, Tarl is immediately forced to test his bravery or die.
After facing the Wagon Peoples, Tarl goes with a Tuchuk warrior known as Kamchak to live with his people. Whereupon his arrival, he comes face to face with an Earth woman named Elizabeth Cardwell.
Elizabeth is wearing a collar that requests but one thing: the death of Tarl Cabot.