Legend of the Seeker (2008–2010)
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Darken Rahl gives Denna one last chance to bring him the final piece of the Box of Orden. She, fatefully, runs into Richard, Kahlan and Zeddicus. Then things get complicated and secrets long buried see daylight.

Director:

Garth Maxwell

Writers:

Terry Goodkind (novel), Nicki Paluga (as Nicole Paluga)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Craig Horner ... Richard Cypher
Bridget Regan ... Kahlan Amnell
Bruce Spence ... Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander
Craig Parker ... Darken Rahl
Jessica Marais ... Denna
Kevin J. Wilson ... General Egremont
Brooke Williams ... Jennsen
Judy McIntosh Judy McIntosh ... Tarralyn
Charles Unwin Charles Unwin ... Field Commander Trymann
Owain Pennington Owain Pennington ... D'Haran Guard
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Darken Rahl gives Denna one last chance to bring him the final piece of the Box of Orden. She, fatefully, runs into Richard, Kahlan and Zeddicus. Then things get complicated and secrets long buried see daylight.

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TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

21 March 2009 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Quotes

[Denna lays out plans for Jennsen to break into the People's palaces and get the 2 Boxes of Orden. As Denna speaks, we see Jennsen carry out those plans]
Denna: The People's palace is surrounded by a tree line that acts as a magical barrier. Only those who have been spelled by Rahl's sorcerers can pass in and out of the barrier without being instantly killed by it. Richard will have to wait for you on the other side. There will be alarms, but you won't set them off. Just make sure the archers ...
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Connections

Featured in Legend of the Seeker: Fever (2009) See more »

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LIttle too much of a Fairy Tale
9 March 2013 | by Clifford NelsonSee all my reviews

This is a frustrating series. Richard Cypher is consistently unable to make the hard decision. For personal reasons he is unable to make the hard decision, the good of the many for the few. He is extremely naive. Considering the threat of Darken Rahl, the number of people that suffer every day that he lives, allowing him to continue is much more evil than a few lives.. It is only pure luck that things turn out alright. There seems to be a lot of this in television programs, fairy tales. I was a pretty good series, but probably failed because of the weak story lines, it only survived two seasons. However, it this respect if is somewhat consistent with the books it is based on by Terry Goodkind.


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