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World of Quest

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Tracked 13 Times
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2 Seasons, 26 Episodes
60 Minutes
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World of Quest is an animated series based on the graphic novel (itself based on a short webcomic) story by Jason Kruse published by Komikwerks (as "The World of Quest"). The series was created by Cookie Jar Entertainment, and was animated by Mercury Filmworks East, for season 1. Season 2 was produced by Vancouver's Atomic Cartoons. It appears to be a parody of the fantasy genre that blends swords, sorcery and technology, in the vein of Masters of the Universe. It premiered on March 15, 2008 on Kids' WB on The CW. CW4Kids dropped it from its schedule after airing the first-season finale "Search For Power" on June 14, 2008. It was the last series to be created for the Kids WB! block.

SEASON 01 • EPISODE 05

No Prophet No Gain/Trial of Anna Maht

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No Prophet, No Gain - The crew encounters the prophet Augie, (who Anna Maht idolizes) who they hope will lead them to the next sword, because Way has a cold and can't show the way . He's on the run from the Wrath King's soldiers. Augie leads the crew into a series of bad encounters without any sign of the next sword. Quest deduces that Augie is a terrible prophet who is cursed with bad luck. That same bad luck has kept the Wrath King from conquering all of Odyssia. Augie agrees to return to the Wrath King and continue to thwart his plans. D: Jamie Whitney, W: Steve Cuden. The Trial of Anna Maht - The crew has to pass through the valley of the Shrieks, lizard like civilized creatures. In an attempt to conjure up some food, Anna Maht brings the forest trees to life. The Shrieks come, arrest Anna and take her to the Republic of Shriek. She must pay "the ultimate price" for being a witch, but first she gets a trial, which involves being thrown into a lake with "the creature that goes urk". The crew rescues Anna from being hurled into the lake. D: Paul Brown, W: Stephen Sustarsic. Note: The trials are loosely based on the Salem Witch trial in which women thought to be "witches" were weighted down and thrown into a lake. In that time, a "normal person" would drown, but a "witch" would survive.

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