Complete Monster: Gallian is an Evil Sorcerer who is defined by his belief that he is Above Good and Evil. Magically influencing the primitive, ogre-like Krug into becoming his soldiers, Gallian wages war against the Kingdom of Ehb. He attacks a local village, slaughtering or imprisoning its inhabitants, and personally kills Zeph, Farmer'syoung son. In the following bloodshed, Gallian's forces kill King Konreid. Gallian later discovers that Farmer's wife, Solana, is pregnant, and uses her as bait to lure in Farmer, who is actually the King's son Camden Konreid. He ultimately kills the magus Merick, declaring that madness will thus forth be known as power. During his final duel with Farmer, he taunts him about his son's death.
Foe Yay: Gallian's interaction and fixation on Farmer could be interpreted as this.
So Bad, It's Good: It's pretty widely agreed that this movie is about as close to entertaining as Uwe Boll gets, largely due to its ridiculous casting (see below) and that ridiculous song that plays over the end credits.