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Daedalus 

Hero and Oracle come across the genius inventor Daedalus on the run from King Minos. They discover the existence of the Ring of the Magi. Queen Medea learns of Hero's existence and ... See full summary »

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Nick Willing

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Nick Willing (created by), Nick Willing
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Tom York Tom York ... Hero
Sonya Cassidy ... Oracle
Sonita Henry ... Medea
Graham Shiels ... King Aegeus
Cas Anvar ... Xerxes
John Emmet Tracy ... Pallas
Wayne Burns ... Lykos
Ben Cotton ... Cyrus
Matt Frewer ... Daedalus
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cassidy Alexa ... Nymph
John DeSantis ... Chronos
Sam Duke ... Icarus
Taras Kostyuk ... Palladian Priest
Cameron Labelle Cameron Labelle ... Athenian Sentry
Levi Meaden ... Kimon
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Hero and Oracle come across the genius inventor Daedalus on the run from King Minos. They discover the existence of the Ring of the Magi. Queen Medea learns of Hero's existence and dispatches warrior priests after him. King Aegeus's brother Pallas has a plan to usurp the throne which involves manipulating Prince Lykos.

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sword and sorcery | See All (1) »

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Fantasy

Certificate:

TV-14
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Release Date:

9 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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The Switchboard of Folklore
29 June 2015 | by usafighterSee all my reviews

Bottom line this is a perfect way to make up for the first episode that was the weaker of the two. It's interesting and suspense is in every huge event. Here the only issue is that I think it's lacking in humor in parts. That is the setback that this episode has received. However this is no matter for me. I watched it and I liked how Lykos changed. Although I have to say I really hate how the story is told from two different sides. It keeps on switching from Hero to Lykos and to Queen Medea. I just feel confused at this point and I really don't know whether to laugh or cry. This is the last resort. I wish they would stop switching so much because it gets to be pretty annoying after a while. All in all it was a brilliant story and I am pleased to be able to say that I don't regret watching this wonderful episode full of conflict, mystery, drama, and suspense.


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