Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God

Synopsis: Based on the phenomenally successful role-playing game, Dungeons & Dragons 2 takes you deeper into the dark and fantastical world of this fantasy epic. When the evil sorcerer Damodar braves a perilous whirlwind vortex to steal the elemental black orb he declares a sinister plan of vengeance against the kingdom of Ismir. Berek, a decorated warrior, and Melora, an amateur sorceress join four heroes representing Intelligence, Wisdom, Honor and Strength to battle against Damodar's growing army of gruesome creatures, flying harpies and an ice dragon to reach a vault room holding the orb. Together, they build their own army to retrieve the orb using elemental forces to defeat Damodar before he summons the sleeping black dragon whose omnipotent evil powers could lay waste to the entire kingdom.
Director(s): Gerry Lively
Production: Warner Home Video
 
IMDB:
4.8
NOT RATED
Year:
2005
105 min
9 Views

Ages ago...

...an evil artifact was created.

An item so mighty, in my hands...

...it would unleash

a nightmare onto the land.

For 30 centuries it has

remained hidden.

After pursuing every whispered rumor...

...and battling for 1 00 years

through countless foul pits...

...its dark power

is finally within my reach.

Now, retribution is at hand.

Nothing can keep me from it.

There is no path too perilous

or hazard too great.

The specter of death

does not daunt me...

...for I am already dead.

Giving birth to this nightmare is

my most coveted dream.

I will see them all burn.

As my pain ends...

...theirs begins.

At last I am free of this undead curse.

The Orb of Falazure is mine.

What chance does

lsmir have against me now?

Sir, the problem remains that Halifax

has threatened not to sign your law...

...for the new sewer

if you cut off the supply of wheat.

So, as you can clearly see,

we must act now.

My lord?

Are you listening to me?

All I do is listen.

My days are filled with

nothing more than figures...

...and reports and compromise.

I'm growing as soft

as the velvet cushions upon my chair.

Sir Berek, you are a minister

in the House of Lords.

Urgent matters of state are at hand.

This should be your concern.

Not some...

...boyish duel.

My lord.

Valerious!

Have you forgotten all my lessons?

You parry when you should attack.

The captain of the king's guard

should always press forward.

Forward, boy.

Fetch that rusty blade of yours and let

us settle this in the battle circle.

Unless, of course...

...you prefer that I come up

to your chamber...

...where we might joust with...

...quills.

Men, this is Sir Berek.

Former captain of the king's guard

and, at one time, my teacher.

Sir Berek, I sincerely hope this

doesn't keep you from your duties...

...as royal tax advisor.

As of this moment, Valerious,

the instructions resume.

Barely. You are the most talented

of all my students, Valerious.

The care of the king is

in good hands.

Officers, prepare your men.

We march at dawn.

I long to join you.

There's nothing quite like lying

exhausted on the battlefield...

...victorious.

Your place is here. In lsmir.

On the contrary,

my value lies in the field.

You saw the results

in the battle circle.

I did. Unfortunately, you did not.

Instead of the plume,

it could have been your head.

You let me win?

Why?

Berek, you will always be my captain...

...and I will never forget

what you have taught me.

Especially this last lesson.

And what lesson is that?

To recognize...

...when it's time to sheath

your sword for good.

Damn it, Berek.

Now is that any kind of language

for the wife of a lord?

I have picked up some dubious habits

since we met.

Well, it's always been my ambition to

sully the virtue of a well-bred mage.

Virtue is the least of my worries.

What's wrong, my love?

I bought this scroll

from the Temple of Obadhai.

I've been trying to mend

these gloves using divine magic.

Unsuccessfully, I might add.

Divine magic?

There are two different forms of magic.

Mages like myself

work with the arcane.

Our power comes through knowledge

and endless hours of study.

Divine magic is completely different.

It's granted by the gods.

Certainly nobody in lsmir can do it,

which is why...

...if I'm successful, a position

on the Council of Mages is guaranteed.

Well, don't let me stand

between you and greatness.

Perhaps we were destined

to remain in our current stations.

Excuse me.

Yes?

Is there something we can help you with?

Sir Berek, I have traveled

from Saragasso.

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