Xena: Warrior Princess

Xena: Warrior Princess
Xena: Warrior princess is bent on overcoming her dark and hateful past. She must save innocents to redeem herself, in the eyes of the world and to herself. She is aided along the way by best friend Gabrielle, a struggling bard who later turns warrior herself. Xena: Warrior Princess was a sometimes serious, often campy and an occasionally emotional rollercoaster ride of an action series. It was a spinoff from the series: Hercules, the Legendary Journeys. Starring: Lucy Lawless as Xena; and Renée O'Connor as Gabrielle.

Genre: Action and Adventure, Fantasy

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    • Episode 22


      aired: Sun, May 14, 2000

      The Olympians discover that Livia is Eve and plans to use Gabrielle to kill her.

    • Episode 21


      aired: Sun, May 7, 2000

      Livia refuses to believe she is really Xena's daughter and continues to kill Eli's followers. Xena must decide if she should kill her own daughter.

    • Episode 20


      aired: Sun, Apr 30, 2000

      When Xena and Gabrielle escape from their ice tombs 25 years later, they return to a very different world.

    • Episode 19

      Looking Death in the Eye

      aired: Sun, Apr 23, 2000

      Old Joxer tells his children the story of Xena and Gabrielle's last adventure.

    • Episode 18

      Antony and Cleopatra

      aired: Sun, Apr 23, 2000

      When the Egyptian queen, Cleopatra, is murdered --Xena assumes her identity to uncover the assassin and protect Egypt. Meanwhile, Gabrielle is confronted by an old friend of Rome.

    • Episode 17

      Kindred Spirits

      aired: Sun, Mar 19, 2000

      Gabrielle must choose between leading the Amazons and traveling with her companion.

    • Episode 16


      aired: Sun, Mar 12, 2000

      Upon arriving in the Amazon village, Xena and Gabrielle face the prospect of war.

    • Episode 15

      Married with Fishsticks

      aired: Fri, Feb 18, 2000

      After Gabrielle gets knocked into the ocean, she wakes up believing she is a siren named Crustacea.

    • Episode 14

      Amphipolis Under Siege

      aired: Fri, Feb 18, 2000

      Athena declares war on Amphipolis in a plan to try and get Eve.

    • Episode 13

      Eternal Bonds

      aired: Fri, Feb 11, 2000

      Joxer brings three priests to meet Xena and her baby. However, things turn bad when the priests' malicious motives are revealed.

    • Episode 12

      God Fearing Child

      aired: Fri, Feb 4, 2000

      Zeus aims to kill Xena and her unborn baby. Meanwhile, Hercules comes to protect them.

    • Episode 11

      Punch Lines

      aired: Sun, Jan 23, 2000

      While trying to break her writer's block, Gabrielle recounts an eventful day to Aphrodite in which Lachrymose, the god of despair, shrank her, and Xena's horse, Argo.

    • Episode 10

      Lyre Lyre Hearts On Fire

      aired: Sun, Jan 16, 2000

      In this musical episode, Xena reunites with her mother, Joxer reunites with his twin brother, and Gabrielle meets Draco; and to avoid a war over who gets possession of Terpsichore's lyre, Xena organizes a battle of the bands

    • Episode 9

      Seeds of Faith

      aired: Sun, Jan 9, 2000

      Ares feels threatened by Eli, who is spreading a message of love and peace, and decides to kill him. Xena and Gabrielle swear to protect Eli from Ares, but he tells them they cannot use violence to save his life.

    • Episode 8

      Little Problems

      aired: Sun, Nov 21, 1999

      Aphrodite accidentally traps Xena in the body of a young, dying girl named Daphne. Aphrodite and Gabrielle have to find a way to reverse it before sunset.

    • Episode 7

      Back in the Bottle

      aired: Sun, Nov 14, 1999

      Xena must master Lao Ma's powers in order to battle the militia led by the evil spirits of Pao Ssu and her brother, Ming Tien, and save Gabrielle, Joxer, and the people of Chin.

    • Episode 6


      aired: Sun, Nov 7, 1999

      Accompanied by Gabrielle and Joxer, Xena returns to Chin, to wrestle Lao Ma's book of power from an evil minded twin.

    • Episode 5

      Them Bones, Them Bones

      aired: Sun, Oct 31, 1999

      Alti's spirit has been harming the soul of Xena's baby in the spirit world. Xena, Gabrielle and Amarice go to find Yakut, so she can help Xena fight Alti and save the soul of her baby.

    • Episode 4

      Animal Attraction

      aired: Sun, Oct 17, 1999

      While staying in the town of Spamona with Gabrielle, Amarice, Joxer and his friend Arman, Xena begins to realize that she could be pregnant. She also runs into her old friend, Talia, and Gabrielle finally gets her own horse.

    • Episode 3


      aired: Sun, Oct 10, 1999

      Xena and Gabrielle share one body, the work of the ruthless Ares. Together, Xena and Gabrielle are forced to fight the female warrior Mavican.

    • Episode 2


      aired: Sun, Oct 3, 1999

      After being resurrected, Xena has no memory of her warrior life. Ares pursues her in order to get her to find the Chakram of Light. Meanwhile, Joxer finds the courage to tell Gabrielle that he loves her.

    • Episode 1

      Fallen Angel

      aired: Sun, Sep 26, 1999

      After being crucified by the Romans, Xena and Gabrielle's souls reach Heaven, but they meet an old enemy, Callisto, who is now a demon and kidnaps Gabrielle and carries her to Hell.

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    • Episode 24

      Is There a Doctor in the House?

      aired: Sun, Jul 28, 1996

      Xena forces an end to the Mitoan-Thessalian War while using her medical knowledge to save the lives of numerous casualties, including Gabrielle. Xena and Gabrielle find themselves approaching a terrible battle scene. Xena explains that the Mitoans and the Thessalians have been waging a civil war against each other, and are fighting for control of the pass which is the only route between Thessally and Mitoa. Suddenly, they hear a woman moaning and discover the Amazon Ephiny, a friend of Gabrielle's, hiding nearby. Newly widowed and about to give birth, Ephiny explains that she and her husband Phantes wanted to have their baby in Athens, but on the way there, Phantes was captured and killed by the Mitoans. Xena determined to put an end to the war, leaves Ephiny in Gabrielle's care and sneaks up on Mitoan General Marmax as he talks to his aides. When he rides away on his horse seeking a better vantage point, Xena succeeds in wounding and capturing him.

    • Episode 23

      Death Mask

      aired: Sun, Jun 2, 1996

      Xena is reunited with her brother Toris and the two join forces to over throw Cortese, the raider who destroyed their village many years before. When Xena and Gabrielle turn the tables on two masked assassins who ambush them on a mountain trail, Xena learns their leader is none other than Cortese, the ruthless warlord who destroyed her village many years before and set her on the path of war and destruction. Determined to defeat him once and for all, Xena rides into a small town under siege by Cortese's masked bandits, emits a piercing war cry, and charges into the battle to take on the entire raiding party by herself. But the fighting is soon interrupted by the arrival of a company of king's soldiers under the command of Aescalus. Cortese's lieutenant Malik and his raiders beat a hasty retreat into the woods, but not before Xena is recognized by one of Cortese's men, who turns out to be her estranged older brother Toris.

    • Episode 22


      aired: Sun, May 12, 1996

      Xena must battle the fierce woman warrior Callisto, who is set on revenge for the death of her family. Callisto, a ruthless woman warrior leading a band of cutthroats on a bloody rampage, tells a terrified village survivor to spread the news of her devastation and identifies herself as Xena. The Xena learns of this cruel charade from Melas, a grief-stricken young man who has lost his two-year old son to the murderers and vows revenge on the warrior princess. Determined to stop the destruction, Xena and Gabrielle set out to find the imposter. Heading toward the ransacked village where she was last seen, they encounter the warrior Akteon, who believes he has come to join Xena in a campaign to plunder Thebes, based on a message he received from Callisto in Xena's name. Playing along with the deception, Xena changes the rendezvous plan and sends Akteon off on a wild goose chase.

    • Episode 21

      The Greater Good

      aired: Sun, May 5, 1996

      Xena responds to a cry for help and stops a group of soldiers sent by the evil warlord Talmadeus from kidnapping Salmoneus and burning down his water factory, but before she can pursue the fleeing soldiers, she is hit by a poisoned dart in the back of her neck. She soon learns that Lord Talmadeus is seeking revenge on Salmoneus, known locally as Lord Seltzer, for being swindled in a weapons deal. Meanwhile, Talmadeus receives news of Xena's interference from his lieutenant Ness, and doubles his resolve to destroy Salmoneus. As Xena grows weaker, Gabrielle must disguise herself as the warrior princess in a plan to save Salmoneus from being killed by the warlord Talmadeus.

    • Episode 20

      Ties That Bind

      aired: Sun, Apr 28, 1996

      In an attempt to win Xena back to his lead his army, Ares masterminds a plot involving Xena's estranged father Atrius. Xena and Gabrielle sneak up on the army encampment of General Kirilus to witness several frightened young women being corralled and locked up by guards. Xena is about to move in when a mysterious warrior, edging towards the camp, is spotted by Kirilus' men. Shouting for the release of the captives, the warrior is attacked and nearly overpowered when Xena jumps into the fray to rescue him. When Gabrielle arrives and calls out Xena's name, the mysterious stranger stuns them both by announcing that he's Xena's father Atrius, a claim the warrior princess rejects immediately.

    • Episode 19

      Altared States

      aired: Sun, Apr 21, 1996

      Xena and Gabrielle intervene to save young Icus from being sacrificed by his own father, Anteus. Icus, the gentle 12-year-old son of Anteus and Zora, runs away from home when his desperate mother warns him he's about to be sacrificed by his own father. Xena and Gabrielle intercede before a group of religious Zealots, led by Icus' older brother, Maell, can capture the frightened and defenseless young boy. When Xena learns about Icus' terrible predicament, she leaves Gabrielle in a hidden cave and sets out to confront the boy's family. Arriving at the boy's home, Xena is surprised to find the aging patriarch, Anteus, genuinely torn apart by the decision to sacrifice his young son. His elder son, Maell, however, angrily insists that God has commanded Icus' death and orders Xena to return his brother. Xena refuses and leaves.

    • Episode 18

      The Prodigal

      aired: Sun, Mar 3, 1996

      Gabrielle joins forces with the warrior, Meleager, to save her home village fro the ruthless brigand, Damon. When Gabrielle and Xena are ambushed by a group of armed highwaymen, Gabrielle becomes paralyzed with fear and is almost killed before Xena can intervene. Thoroughly shaken by her failure to act, she decides to leave Xena and return home to try to sort out her feelings. On the way to Poteidaia, she learns that Damon, a ruthless brigand who demands periodic tribute, is headed from her village with his band of thieves and she races to warn the citizens. Upon her arrival, however, her younger sister, Lila gives her an oddly restrained welcome. Gabrielle soon discovers that the villagers have placed all their hopes for survival on Meleager the Mighty, a famous warrior they summoned for help, who unfortunately arrives in town drunk.

    • Episode 17

      Royal Couple of Thieves

      aired: Sun, Feb 18, 1996

      Xena enlists the aid of Autolycus, the cunning "king of thieves," to recover a priceless chest containing a weapon of enormous power from the evil warlord Malthus. Xena sets a trap for Autolycus and captures the self-proclaimed "king of thieves" to ask for his help in recovering a priceless chest containing the most powerful weapon in the world. She tells him the chest was stolen from Kelton and his people, and is going to be auctioned off to the highest bidder by the evil warlord Malthus. Xena and Gabrielle succeed in appealing to Autolycus' vanity in order to gain his help. Disguised as the notorious assassin, Lord Sinteres, Autolycus, accompanied by Xena, boards the ship bound for Malthus' island castle. They are welcomed on board by Malthus’ evil lieutenant, Arkel, and meet a number of unsavory passengers, including the scarred and sinister Prognese. Prognese and the rest of the passengers are stunned when Autolycus reappears on deck. Bracing for a sword fight, he is unaware that Xena has come up behind him.

    • Episode 16

      Mortal Beloved

      aired: Sun, Feb 11, 1996

      Xena is summoned to the Underworld by the ghost of her beloved Marcus to help defeat the madman Atyminius, who has stolen Hades' Helmet of Invisibility. One night, the ghost of her beloved Marcus appears to Xena to ask for her help. He tells her that the Underworld has been thrown into total chaos and that good souls are in danger. Xena follows his instructions and dives deep into the Alcyonian Lake to gain entrance to the Other Side. When she arrives on the shores of the River Styx, Charon confirms that the wicked now have the run of Elysian Fields, while the innocent are suffering in Tartarus. He ferries her across the river where she rejoins Marcus and witnesses the evil that has overrun Paradise. Questioning Marcus, Xena realizes that he was put among the wicked when he died. She is, therefore, quite moved by the selflessness of his request for help in restoring order in the Underworld.

    • Episode 15


      aired: Sun, Feb 4, 1996

      Because of her startling resemblance to King Lias' daughter Diana, Xena is asked to pose as the princess to help flush out a band of would-be assassins. When Xena responds to a summons for help from King Lias, she is attacked moments after entering the castle by the vicious Timus, whom she overpowers. The King orders his men to go after the deadly intruder and explains to Xena that the attempt on her life was meant for his daughter, Diana, who someone is trying to kill before her impending wedding to Mineus of Liberium. When Diana enters the room, Xena is stunned to see that she looks so much like the princess; they could pass for identical twins. Lias pleads with Xena to masquerade as his daughter in order to flush out the would-be assassins and she agrees to help. While the real Diana, now disguised as Xena, leaves the palace in search of Gabrielle.

    • Episode 14

      A Fistful of Dinars

      aired: Sun, Jan 28, 1996

      Xena goes in search of a legendary lost treasure which includes Ambrosia, the sustenance of the gods, in an effort to keep the precious food from falling into the wrong hands. Xena intercedes to save her old friend Lycus from a furious attack by his pursuer Klonig, but only manages to save what the two men are fighting over - a leather pouch containing one of four clues to the location of the Lost Treasure of Sumerians. Only Xena knows that part of the treasure is the Titan Key, which unlocks the Hall of Ambrosia where the legendary food of the gods can be found. When Xena learns that the wily assassin, Thersites, already possess two of the clues to finding the treasure, she has no choice but to team up with him in the search.

    • Episode 13

      Athens City Academy of the Performing Bards

      aired: Sun, Jan 21, 1996

      When Gabrielle decides to audition for a coveted spot at the Athens City Academy of the Performing Bards, she helps another young hopeful regain confidence in his extraordinary talents as a storyteller. After Gabrielle enthralls the crowd in a local tavern with tales of Xena's heroic exploits, she is approached by a gentle young man named Orion, who asks if she's planning to participate in the Bard Competition at the Athens City Academy of the Performing Bards. When she learns that the top four contestants will be admitted as students to the Academy, she decides to audition, especially when Orion's father, Polonius, tells her that the Academy is definitely not for young ladies. She bids Xena a bittersweet farewell and travels to Athens where the tryouts are about to begin. There she manages to con her way onto the list of registrants after mesmerizing Orion and a group of other student hopefuls with a tale of the spectacular battle between Xena and the villainous Draco which took place in her village.

    • Episode 12

      Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts

      aired: Sun, Jan 14, 1996

      Xena is summoned by the beautiful Helen of Troy to help end the bitter ten-year-long war between the Greeks and the Trojans. Helen, the beautiful Queen of Troy, awakens from a recurring nightmare in which she is about to be murdered by a dark and mysterious warrior. At her side, Paris, the handsome ruler of Troy, reassures her that victory is at hand in the Trojan's ten-year-long war with the Greeks. Helen is not consoled, however, and privately dispatches her personal guard Miltiades to find Xena and bring her to Troy to help end the bitter conflict. Not far from the city, Xena and Gabrielle come upon Miltiades as he is being attacked by three hooded men. Xena jumps into the fray but is unable to save the life of the guard, who relays Helen's message with his dying breath. Xena sets out for Troy with an excited Gabrielle, who can't wait to meet the legendary Helen.

    • Episode 11

      The Black Wolf

      aired: Sun, Jan 7, 1996

      Xena goes undercover to aid a group of rebels following a shadowy leader known only as the Black Wolf. When a band of freedom fighters, following a shadowy figure known only as the Black Wolf, ambush and kill a group of armed men collecting taxes, Xerxes, the cold-blooded ruler of Argos, threatens the villagers with death unless they betray the identity of the rebel leader in their midst. A dozen courageous citizens step forward claiming to be the infamous Black Wolf, and Xerxes angrily orders his guards to arrest them all. Xena arrives a short time later, just in time to witness her old friend, Hermia, being abused by Xerxes' guards when she begs to see her imprisoned daughter, Flora. After Xena teaches the guards some manners, Hermia tells her that Flora has fallen madly in love with one of the Black Wolves, and is now in prison for having taken up their cause to overthrow Xerxes. Xena vows to come up with a plan to rescue the young woman.

    • Episode 10

      Hooves and Harlots

      aired: Sun, Nov 19, 1995

      To avert a war between the Amazons and the Centaurs, Xena must discover who murdered the Amazon princess Terreis. When Xena and Gabrielle enter Amazon territory, they are quickly surrounded by four young Amazon warriors who are impressed that Xena knows their symbol of peace. But before they guarantee the trespassers safe passage through their hunting grounds, Terreis, the sister of the Amazon Queen Melosa, and her comrade Ephiny decide to take them to the Queen. On the way, Gabrielle and Terreis strike up a friendship and when the Amazons are ambushed and Terreis is mortally wounded, Gabrielle risks her own life to shield her new friend from further assault. Before Terreis dies, she gives Gabrielle her Right of Cast, which clearly angers Ephiny. What Gabrielle doesn’t realize is that her acceptance of this Right of Cast has made her an Amazon princess, responsible for avenging Terreis' death.

    • Episode 9

      Death in Chains

      aired: Sun, Oct 1, 1995

      Xena must rescue Hades' sister Celesta, the embodiment of Death, from the clutches of King Sisyphus or all mankind will be doomed to eternal life filled with suffering. As his wife, Queen Merope, nervously looks on, a confident King Sisyphus greet Celesta, the embodiment of Death, who has come to escort him to the Underworld of her brother, Hades. Through trickery, the King captures and chains his visitor, rendering her helpless by seizing her eternal flame. Meanwhile, Xena is attacked by the evil Toxeus while traveling through the forest with Gabrielle. In the heated battle which follows, Toxeus tries to stab her with a hidden dagger, but Xena narrowly escapes, driving the knife deep into the chest of her attacker. As she and Gabrielle walk away, they do not notice that the imprisonment of Celesta has already begun to have an effect - Toxeus' eyes pop open and his mortally wounded body is suddenly very much alive.

    • Episode 8


      aired: Sun, Nov 5, 1995

      Hercules and Iolaus join forces with Xena and Gabrielle to free Prometheus, who has been chained by the gods. After being attacked by four sword-wielding bounty hunters, Xena saves the life of Demophon, one of the attackers who has been badly wounded in the fight, and waits out a terrible storm with her captive and Gabrielle in a local tavern. When both Demophon and a loudly coughing customer in the bar suddenly die - and a man's howling scream is heard over the sound of the thunder - Xena realizes that Prometheus has been captured by the gods. Gabrielle explains to the innkeeper that according to legend, if Prometheus is ever bound, mankind will lose all the gifts he gave them, including fire and the ability to heal themselves.

    • Episode 7

      The Titans

      aired: Sun, Oct 29, 1995

      Xena must save an entire village when Gabrielle unwittingly frees three ancient Titans, who have been imprisoned for centuries in stone. While Xena pursues a group of murdering thugs led by Hesiod, Gabrielle stumbles into a cavern where a group of priests are performing a ritual. When she corrects the pronunciation of a young woman who is chanting words from an ancient scroll, the huge rock sculptures of three Titans know as Theia, Crias and Hyperion spring to life from the cavern wall. Thrilled at being liberated, the Titans drop to their knees before Gabrielle, whom they proclaim a great goddess. Meanwhile, a skeptical Xena warns her friend that there may have been a very good reason why the Titans were entombed by the gods in the first place.

    • Episode 6

      The Reckoning

      aired: Sun, Oct 15, 1995

      Ares sets a trap for Xena aimed at returning her to her former life as a ruthless warrior. When Xena comes upon a hooded swordsman about to kill Teracles, the last survivor of an ambushed party of four villagers, she draws her sword and charges the brutal attacker. After proving himself a match for Xena with his quick reflexes and powerful blows, the swordsman suddenly disappears, leaving Xena to tend to the badly wounded man as the other villagers arrive. Distraught over the slaughter, they assume Xena is responsible for the killings. Unable to convince them of the truth, Xena manages a quick escape on horseback with Gabrielle. Rallying most of the villagers behind them, they set a trap for Xena, and when Gabrielle is caught, Xena surrenders. Xena is thrown into a prison cell where she is visited by the hooded Ares, who reveals himself and promises to rescue her and make her queen of the world. Xena resists him and prepares to meet her fate.

    • Episode 5

      The Path Not Taken

      aired: Sun, Nov 12, 1995

      Xena's plan to prevent a war by rescuing a kidnapped princess brings her back into contact with murderers and mercenaries from her dark past. One dark evening, Jana, the beautiful young princess of Boeotia, sits under the stars with her handsome young fiancé, Agranon, the prince of Colonus. As they celebrate the fact that their impending marriage will end a bitter, centuries-old feud between their two nations, several masked men overpower Agranon and ride off with Jana. Xena learns of the kidnapping when Agranon approaches her in a seedy tavern where she and Gabrielle have stopped for a meal. Impressed by the ease with which Xena fights her way past several lascivious drunks, Agranon pleads with her to find Jana. He names Mezentius, an arms dealer who will get rich selling weapons to both sides if war breaks out, as the probable kidnapper. Responding to the prince's obvious anguish, Xena agrees to help, though it means returning to the treacherous city of Trachis where she will be recognized by former colleagues from her dark past.

    • Episode 4

      Cradle of Hope

      aired: Sun, Sep 24, 1995

      When an oracle predicts that a newborn child will one day occupy the throne of King Gregor, Ophelia, a young girl protects a helpless infant doomed by the prophecy that identifies him as a future threat to the King. She spirits the child away before the King’s advisor, Nemos, can find him. She places the child in a basket and sets him floating down a river. The child is later found by Xena and Gabrielle. On their way to find the baby’s parents, Xena saves a woman from a lynching and learns she is Pandora, granddaughter of the legendary woman and the present keeper of Pandora’s Box. Searching for the missing child, Nemos’ men confront Xena at a country inn, where they find her with Gabrielle and the baby. While she fights off the attackers, Nemos quickly snatches up Pandora’s Box and steals away. When a panicky Pandora explains that the Box will open automatically and release the Hope of Mankind if it is out of her hands for another day, Xena arranges for a meeting with Gregor and Nemos.

    • Episode 3


      aired: Sun, Sep 17, 1995

      Xena must enter the magical realm of the Dreamscape to rescue Gabrielle’s after she is kidnapped and betrothed to the Dreamgod Morpheus. Seeking a way across the Mystic Mountains, Xena and Gabriella are set upon by a group of highwaymen. A furious battle follows and ends when Xena slays their leader. Unbeknownst to Xena, the whole encounter is observed by a Mystic High Priest named Manus. When they enter a nearby town, they are confronted by warriors. Outnumbered, Xena is busy parrying the attack when Gabrielle is taken away. As Xena searches for her, Gabrielle is told by her captor Manus that she has been chosen to undergo a series of challenges to determine whether she is a bride worthy of the god Morpheus.

    • Episode 2

      Chariots of War

      aired: Sun, Sep 10, 1995

      Xena comes upon a peaceful town that is under attack by the evil Cycnus and his son Sphaerus. In a peaceful valley where settlers have joined together to build a new barn, thugs under the command of the evil Cycnus suddenly swoop down in chariots and destroy the structure. Xena rides up just in time to pull a young boy to safety before he is crushed by the collapsing timbers. For saving the boy's life, Sphaerus, Cycnus' son and the leader of the thugs, strikes her down with an arrow and rides off. Darius, the young boy's father, nurses Xena's wound and insists that she stay with him and his children until it is healed. That night, however, Sphaerus and his men ride out of the darkness to attack again.

    • Episode 1

      Sins of the Past

      aired: Sun, Sep 3, 1995

      Xena journeys homeward determined to make amends for the sins of her past, but her efforts to begin a new life are challenged by the vengeful warlord Draco. Though she has lost her hunger for power and destruction, Xena cannot stand by when a group of warriors under the command of Hector, a vicious lieutenant of the cruel warlord Draco, threatens to slaughter the peasants of a small village. Xena single-handedly drives off the brutal attackers. Though the villagers are grateful, they are also fearful of her reputation and ask her to leave right away. All, that is, except a spirited young woman named Gabrielle who, bored with life in the village and the prospect of a loveless marriage, pleads with the warrior princess to take her along on her journey.

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