A princess feeling pressured to marry follows an image of a castle into a pond, ending up in another world. Her worried mother follows and the two uncover a plan that could destroy the strange realm and the people in it.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Maureen McVerry ...
Rosella / Female Mud Bath Troll 1 / The Hummingbird / Treasure the China Bird (voice)
Carol Bach y Rita ...
Valanice / Spike / Ceres / Clotho / Titania (voice)
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Malicia / The Crystal Dragon / The Magic Statuette (voice)
Jesse Moises ...
Edgar / False Troll King / Black Dog (voice)
Denny Delk ...
King Otar Fenris III / Lord of the Trolls / Badger of the Jury / The Shrunken Head (voice)
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Cuddles / The Kangaroo Rat / The Three-Headed Carnivorous Plant / The Snake Oil Salesman / Ghoul Kid 1 (voice)
Fred Barson ...
The Desert Spirit / Badger of the Jury / The Mummy (voice)
Jeffry O'Brien ...
The Jackalope / The Rude Forging Troll / Spike's Mother / Mr. Bugbear (voice)
Esther Hirsch ...
Mathilde / Female Mud Bath Troll 2 / Chicken Petite (voice)
Joe Paulino ...
Hoppy Goldsworth / The Spider / Count Tsepish / Mr. Nibbler the Psycho Mouse (voice)
James Cranna ...
The Troll Cook / Arch-Duke Fifi le YipYap / The Mockingbird / Badger of the Jury / The Shrunken Head (voice)
Don Robins ...
Brutus Bonecrusher / The Boogeyman / Borasco (voice)
Greg Walsh ...
Male Mud Bath Troll 1 / The Dragon Toad (voice)
Marcus Lewis ...
Male Mud Bath Troll 2 / Dr. Mort Cadaver (voice)
Toby Gleason ...
Attis / Ersatz DeFaux the Mock Turtle / Levanter (voice)
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Storyline

While Rosella listens to her mother Valanice talking to her about getting married, she sees a reflection of a castle in a pool and is magically transported to the land of Etheria, with her mother not too far behind, where every mystery they solve brings them closer to the fiery confrontation that determines the fate of an entire kingdom Written by <KQswst104@aol.com>

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Adventure | Fantasy

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Trivia

The three Fates (Clotho, Lachesis, Atropos) come from Greek mythology. Oberon and Titania come from William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, which borrowed concepts from several older mythologies (Oberon was based on the German god Alberich, and Titania was probably based on the Roman goddess Diana). See more »

Goofs

In the game introduction, the troll king grabs Rosella by her wrist. In the beginning of Chapter Two, he pulls her into the room by her dress. See more »

Quotes

Male Mud Bath Troll 1: Jeez, Hogarth! You nearly got yourself fried!
Male Mud Bath Troll 2: Aw, I'm not scared of that old fairy. I could break her in half like a twig.
Male Mud Bath Troll 1: Well that's good, because she's standing right behind you!
[Hogarth dives under the mud in terror, and Blotar laughs hysterically]
Male Mud Bath Troll 2: That was not funny, Blotar!
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References To Tell the Truth (1956) See more »

Soundtracks

Land Beyond Dreams
Sung by Debbie Seibert
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Pretty cool game...
24 May 1999 | by (michigan) – See all my reviews

I saw this game at a local store for around 15$, a few years after it came out, so i decided to buy it. I didn't know much about the series, so i had no real idea of what to expect. The game plays similar to other p&c adventure games. The graphics are great, the sound isn't bad either. The game makes you think a lot too. You even control 2 characters that are trying to find each other (mother and daughter) and it's interesting to see how they react in the same places. You explore many places such as a maze-like desert, goblins' ghost town, and grassy cities. One of the things i remember most was the grim reaper/skeleton guy chasing you around the city. That was a great part of the game that sometimes would surprise me. If you like good adventure games, then pick up KQ 7, it's your money's worth, and a lot more.


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