Record of Lodoss War

Season 2 Episode 8

The Scepter of Domination...The Dream of a United Lodoss

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Aired Unknown May 20, 1998 on A&E
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The Scepter of Domination...The Dream of a United Lodoss
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Ashram and Hobb enter the dragon's lair but are surprised that Shooting Star has returned, and he is not amenable to just handing over the Scepter of Domination! King Kashue arrives and offers a proposition to Ashram; they will ally to defeat Shooting Star, and then they will duel for the Scepter afterwards. But Ashram is suspect whether Kashue will keep his word. Parn and the rest of the party arrive to provide support, with Parn even taking a heroic strike on the dragon. But then Ashram tries to get the Scepter, and that means big trouble!moreless

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    Joe Digiorgi

    Joe Digiorgi

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    Kelly Jackson

    Kelly Jackson

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    Guest Star

    Michael Alben

    Michael Alben

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    Guest Star

    Crispin Freeman

    Crispin Freeman

    Maar

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    Simone Grant

    Simone Grant

    Leylia

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    Harry Krause

    Harry Krause

    Cecil

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Welcome to Lodoss Island
        Parn and Deedlit work the DJ booth and answer questions from fans. Shiris is out on the field and she asks Kashue how he fought Ashram, but he answers with a silly pun. Subsequent questions and answers are done in the same way.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Kashue: I want to know if you will help me.
        Ashram: Are you insulting me?
        Kashue: There is no way that you and I will never become allies, so calm down. The truth is that I happen to hate Shooting Star more than I hate you.
        Ashram: Dragons and people aren't the same. Shooting Star is an inconvenience, but I do not hate him. I do, however, hate you.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Additional Cast Roles: Shooting Star, Beld

      • In the novel's version of the story, after Fahn dies in a duel with Beld, Kashue challenges Beld to a duel and kills Beld when a mysterious arrow from Karla strikes Beld in the arm and distracts him. Ashram considers the arrow incident the reason why Kashue is a dishonorable knight.

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