Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire (1998)

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Having foiled the plans of the Dark Master in Mordavia, the hero is magically summoned by a group of his longtime friends to the island realm of Silmaria (richly modeled after the culture ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Cerberus #3 (voice)
Carol Baxter ...
Queen of Atlantis (voice)
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Rakeesh / Shakra (voice) (as Bo Billingsley)
Marc Blancfield ...
Pretorious (voice)
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Abduel / Andre / Kokeeno / Magnum Opus / Parrot / Salim (voice) (as Steven J. Blum)
Steve Bulen ...
Abdim / Bruno / Cerberus #2 / Erasmus / Minos (voice)
Michael Carvin ...
Banker (voice)
Wendy Cutler ...
Erana / Sarra (voice)
Mari Devon ...
Ann Agrama (voice)
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Nawar (voice)
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Sibyl (voice)
Joyce Kurtz ...
Julanar / Katrina (voice)
Roy Lee ...
Cloud / Weaponer (voice)
Diane Michelle ...
Budar (voice)
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Having foiled the plans of the Dark Master in Mordavia, the hero is magically summoned by a group of his longtime friends to the island realm of Silmaria (richly modeled after the culture and folklore of our own world's ancient Greece). The realm is in bad shape: the old king has very recently been brutally murdered by an unknown assassin; the coastline villages have been raided, ransacked and occupied by invading Hesperian mercenaries; wild animals and ravenous monsters roam the land and sea; and an ancient prophecy, foretelling the reawakening of a terrible dragon that had ravaged the land ages ago, arises once again. The centaur Logos, previously the late king's chief counselor and now the acting ruler of the realm, has decreed that the ancient ceremonial Rites of Rulership be opened to those who wish to contend for the kingship. Encouraged by his old friend, the noble Liontaur paladin Rakeesh, the hero enters the rites and finds himself racing to complete noble quests of bravery ... Written by Brinsley

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Many characters from the previous four games appear in this game too: Erasmus the wizard and his rat familiar Fenrus/Fenris from the first and second games; Elsa Von Spielburg, Toro the minotaur and Bruno the thief from the first game; Budar, Nawar, Ferrari, Ugarte and Julanar from the second game; Salim the apothecary from the third game; Rakeesh the liontaur from the second and third games; Katrina from the fourth game. See more »

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Toro the minotaur appears in this game too, although the hero (when playing the role of Fighter) must kill him in the first game Quest for Glory I: So You Want to Be a Hero. See more »

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Follows Quest for Glory III: Wages of War (1992) See more »

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An excellent finale to a great series
6 September 2001 | by (Uptown, Downtown, Sometown) – See all my reviews

Dragon Fire is an excellent final game for an excellent series. Anybody who hasn't played Quest for Glory is strongly suggested to do so. Quest for Glory is one of the finest classic games Sierra has ever produced. You start off the series as a nobody who tries to become a hero, and every game after than you are allowed to import your same character into the next game so that you can continue to build up your stats instead of starting all over again like most sequels. Dragon Fire has many characters that you've encountered over the past four games, including many new people to meet and a couple of new skills you can develop.


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