History Trivia / DungeonsAndDragonsWrathOfTheDragonGod

27th Apr '14 11:03:40 PM barretxiii
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** Oberon, the Head Mage, is usually Adam Dalgliesh. (In about nine television series that have no connection to one another.)
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** Oberon, the Head Mage, is usually Adam Dalgliesh. (In about nine television series that have no connection to one another.)) * WhatCouldHaveBeen: A scene that was written but never filmed showed how Berek obtained his Vorpal sword (which inexplicably shows up in his possession directly after the Dark Mantle attack), and how Lux lost her own sword. It showed a classic D&D scenario of a treasure in the center of a room over a lethal fall/bottomless pit, where Berek obtains the sword but falls and Lux has to save him. Time and Budget restrictions prevented it from being filmed.
25th Aug '13 4:14:30 AM DrImpossible
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** Oberon, the Head Mage, is usually Adam Dalgliesh. (In about nine completely unrelated television series.)
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** Oberon, the Head Mage, is usually Adam Dalgliesh. (In about nine completely unrelated television series.series that have no connection to one another.)
25th Aug '13 4:14:07 AM DrImpossible
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** Oberon, the Head Mage, is usually Adam Dalgliesh. (Seriously, the actor plays a character called Adam Dalgliesh in about nine completely unrelated television series.)
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** Oberon, the Head Mage, is usually Adam Dalgliesh. (Seriously, the actor plays a character called Adam Dalgliesh in (In about nine completely unrelated television series.)
25th Aug '13 4:13:49 AM DrImpossible
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally, there was going to be a spinoff show about the further adventures of the heroes,[[spoiler:including a resurrected Dorian.]]
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Originally, there was going to be a spinoff show about the further adventures of the heroes,[[spoiler:including a resurrected Dorian.]]]] * HeyItsThatGuy ** Oberon, the Head Mage, is usually Adam Dalgliesh. (Seriously, the actor plays a character called Adam Dalgliesh in about nine completely unrelated television series.)
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