Deltora Quest

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Deltora Quest

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This animated series is based on a series of popular novels by the Australian author, Emily Rodda. In the days of old, there were seven tribes in the land of Deltora. All of the tribes were in constant danger from the menace of the Shadow Lord. Each of the seven tribes had in its possession a sacred stone: diamond, ruby, emerald, opal, lapis lazuli, topaz, and amethyst. But even with the power of their sacred stones, each tribe failed to defeat the Shadow Lord. One day, Adin, a blacksmith, collected all the sacred stones from the seven tribes and forged a belt that contained the seven stones. The tribes were united, and Adin defeated the Shadow Lord with the power of the belt. Now, hundreds of years later, the stones are scattered across the lands of Deltora, and the Shadow Lord has risen to power once again. Lief, Barda, and Jasmine must gather the seven gems and use them to vanquish the Shadow Lord from Deltora forever. Broadcast History: Deltora Quest premiered on Sunday, October 10, 2010 as a part of The Hub's premiere broadcast lineup. New episodes began premiering the following week at 7:00am (ET) with repeats at 5:00pm (ET).moreless
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  • i loved this

    10
    when i came home from school days i would watch this before i did anything
  • IT's FINALLY HAPPENED!!

    10
    Deltora Quest. A book written by Emily Rodda has become a Japanise seires. The first adventure was about him starting his quest to find the magic belt of Deltora to save the land of Deltora from the evil Shadow Lord. His starts with Barda and then Jasmine. He finds the Topaz, The ruby, but so far, the Opal is yet to be found. Emily Rodda is the best auther in Australian history. Seires 2 & 3 continue the same way. Hopefully. Deltora Quest continues for ever and ever and ever. It's true. I say this is good for 8+. True.moreless
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