Based on the phenomenally successful role-playing game, Dungeons & Dragons 2 takes you deeper into the dark and fantastical world of this fantasy epic. When the evil sorcerer Damodar braves a perilous whirlwind vortex to steal the elemental black orb he declares a sinister plan of vengeance against the kingdom of Ismir. Berek, a decorated warrior, and Melora, an amateur sorceress join four heroes representing Intelligence, Wisdom, Honor and Strength to battle against Damodar's growing army of gruesome creatures, flying harpies and an ice dragon to reach a vault room holding the orb. Together, they build their own army to retrieve the orb using elemental forces to defeat Damodar before he summons the sleeping black dragon whose omnipotent evil powers could lay waste to the entire kingdom. Written by
From the ultimate evil comes the ultimate quest.
September 2005 (Thailand)
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Also Known As:
Dungeons & Dragons 2: The Elemental Might
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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The film has several explicit references to the AD&D game. A map during the opening credits contains the name "Yeenoghu", a demon lord from the game, and another demon lord from the game, "Jubilex", is mentioned by the characters several times. Also, several references contain the names of AD&D adventure modules (published scenarios). Berek mentions that Dorian helped him in the Ghost Tower of Inverness, a reference to module of the same name (C2). Nim asks Lux what happened to her brother at the "Barrier Peaks", a reference to the module "Expedition to the Barrier Peaks" (S3). Lux makes reference to the Shrine of the Kuo-Toa, a reference to the module of the same name (D2). See more
When Valerius and Berek are dueling, Berek wins when Valerius gets on his knees and Berek puts the tip of his sword at Valerius's throat. In the next shot, it's the base of the sword that's at his throat See more
Lord Damodar, may I assume that it is your hope to reunite the Orb's power with Faluzure, and unleash its fury upon the land?
You may count on it.
I would be dismayed if such misery was spread over the land, without my contribution.