Prince Alexander of Daventry (Robbie Benson) travels to a kingdom of islands after he sees the distressed image of the lady he loves, Princess Cassima, in a magic mirror. He arrives to find all of the islands fighting, Cassima locked away, her parents killed, and everything is under the hand of an evil vizir. In order to rescue both the princess and her home, Alexander must reunite the islands and find a way into the castle before Cassima is forced to marry the vizir. Written by
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In this game, Samhain is portrayed as a mediator between this world and the next for the souls of the recently departed. Samhain is actually the name for an ancient Celtic festival which commemorates the dead from which present-day Halloween is derived, and is not the name of a deity or other personage of ancient Celtic polytheism. However, the idea of Samhain being an ancient Celtic religious figure dates back to at least the late first century, thanks largely to an Irish bishop named Cormac mac Cuilennàin and his book "Sanas Cormaic" (Irish Gaelic for "Cormac's Narrative"), which identified Samhain as such. See more
Many items in the pawn shop refer to obstacles from the previous games, among them a bottle of "Gnome-be-gone". However, not gnomes but dwarfs were troublesome in the previous games, while the gnomes were friendly and helpful. See more
[Saladin is about to kill Alexander
Wait! If you love your princess, you'll hear me out. The vizier is *not* what he appears to be. Cassima is in terrible danger! I have proof that this is so. For your princess's sake, you must believe me!
[hands him the letter
Let me see that!
Saladin reads the letter, his sword point still against Alexander's throat. Alexander watches the guard dog's noble face darken with rage.
[hands back the letter
Grr, this is treason. I'll have his throat! But how do I ...
Girl in the Tower
Music by Mark Seibert
Lyrics by Jane Jensen
Performed by Bob Bergthold and Debbie Seibert See more