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Following a group of dysfunctional adventurers on a quest to discover and destroy the mythical Sword of Fighting, JOURNEYQUEST is a comedic adventure through the fantasy world of Fartherall... See full summary »
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Christian Doyle Christian Doyle ...  Perf 26 episodes, 2010-2017
Brian S. Lewis ...  Carrow 20 episodes, 2010-2017
Emilie Rommel Shimkus ...  Wren 19 episodes, 2010-2017
Jesse Lee Keeter Jesse Lee Keeter ...  Rilk / ... 18 episodes, 2010-2017
Jeremy Spray Jeremy Spray ...  Grellnok / ... 18 episodes, 2010-2017
Kevin Pitman Kevin Pitman ...  Glorion 17 episodes, 2010-2017
Fran Kranz ...  Silver Tom 17 episodes, 2012-2017
Anne K. Brady ...  Nara 16 episodes, 2010-2012
Samara Lerman Samara Lerman ...  Assassin 12 episodes, 2010-2017
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Following a group of dysfunctional adventurers on a quest to discover and destroy the mythical Sword of Fighting, JOURNEYQUEST is a comedic adventure through the fantasy world of Fartherall, where intellectual orcs, incompetent wizards, and holy zombies form the living (and not-so-living) backdrop to an epic story of unrequited love, burning passions, and severely reluctant heroism. And running away. Lots of running away ... Written by Matt Vancil

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Fort scenes were filmed at Ft Nisqually in Tacoma See more »

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At the very beginning the female character is carrying a 2-blade knife with the long blade on top. In the very next view-switch, the short blade is on top. See more »

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An enjoyable and accessible fantasy epic
4 April 2013 | by sethmd73See all my reviews

JourneyQuest starts with your standard fantasy tropes – a group of adventurers: Nara the Elf (Anne Brady), Carrow the Healer (Brian Lewis), Perf the Yellow Wizard (Christian Doyle), and Glorion the single-minded Warrior (Kevin Pitman) out on a quest to the Temple of All Dooms to recover the magic Sword of Fighting (voiced by Jeremy Spray) while being hunted by a band of orcs led by Rilk the Wise (Jesse Lee Keeter). Additionally there is Wren the Bard (Emilie Rommel Shimkus) invisibly (mostly) recording the epic and the Assassin (Samara Lerman) hunting the party to collect a bounty.

From there it plays on these tropes in many hilarious, unexpected and memorable ways. The storytelling is very solid and the characters are vibrant. Two seasons in, there are a multitude of open story threads that will likely take 6 or 7 seasons to wrap up. And I cannot wait.

What I love most about JourneyQuest over similar gaming-inspired shows is that one doesn't have to be a gamer to enjoy the story and get the jokes. This makes the series much more accessible to the general public than say Gamers: Dorkness Rising, Standard Action, or Glitch (all great shows by the way).


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