"An Epic Battle for World Domination: In the faraway land of Mirabillis, the warlord Dragon-a Eye has unleashed his terrifying forces to hunt down the source of all power, a legendary ...
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The sorcerer elf Tesselink brings together an unlikely band of adventurers, two humans, a goblin and a fearless warrior elf. Together they become the Order of the Bloodsteel Knights and embark on their dangerous mission.
David James Elliott,
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The life story of Terry Evanshen, a Canadian Football League star who fell into a coma after a near-fatal car crash. When he wakes up, he has no recollection of his family or anything else in his life.
David James Elliott,
"An Epic Battle for World Domination: In the faraway land of Mirabillis, the warlord Dragon-a Eye has unleashed his terrifying forces to hunt down the source of all power, a legendary Crucible. With freedom hanging in the balance, a motley band of knights embarks on a dangerous mission to fight against the dreaded assassins, dragons and soldiers of Dragon-a Eye and rescue their world from the clutches of the evil once and for all."
Was it perfect? No. But I wasn't expecting perfection. It was fantasy, and as such it was a new world to be explored by the viewer. Since I don't watch a lot of fantasy stuff, I didn't have a lot of other stories/shows to compare it to. So to me it was pretty good. I would have preferred that the director have allowed David James Elliott to continue using the Scots accent that he started with (instead of telling him to stop since he was afraid that no one would be able to understand him. I understood DJE better than I did the actress who played Perfidia. Not sure if the problem there was her accent or the fake fangs she was forced to wear for her role.) I wouldn't mind seeing this go to series, although I know that it won't. I think that there were still stories to be told about the Knights of Bloodsteel.
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