The Deliverer

Xena: Warrior PrincessXena and Gabrielle encounter prisoners under escort. When Xena hears one of the prisoners mention Caesar, she immediatly frees them. The one who spoke up, Khrafstar, tells them that he was sent by Boadieca to hire mercenaries to fight against Caesar in Britannia. Xena and Gabrielle decide to go with them. Ares learns of Xena’s trip and asks her to finish the job that he asked Caesar to do. The god of war wants her to destroy a temple belonging to a god that is percieved a threat by the gods on Olympus.

The group travels to Gaul and boards a ship for Britannia. During the voyage, Xena tells Gabrielle that she once befriended Boadieca and then turned on her. The warrior isn’t sure how her arrival will be received. When they near Britannia, a Centurion captain boards the ship and tells them they cannot land and that they should turn back to Gaul. But after he returns to shore, he learns that the ship continued on north. Realizing that the mercenaries may have already landed, he heads his troops in that direction. The Centurions are met by Xena, Boadieca and the mercenaries.

As Xena and the others fight, Gabrielle and Khrafstar are making their way to Boadieca’s camp. On the way, they are captured by Centurions.

Order the DVDswritten by Steven L. Sears
directed by Oley Sassone
music by Joseph LoDuca

Guest Cast: Kevin Smith (Ares), Karl Urban (Julius Caesar), Marton Csokas (Khrafstar), Jennifer Ward-Lealand (Boadicea), Cathrine Boniface (Meridian), Meighan Desmond (Discord), Brad Homan (Jiela), Anthony Ray Parker (Deliverer), Anton Bentley (Centurion), Andre Coppell (Squad Leader), David Holton (Lieutenant), Patrick Kuhtze (Brit Guard), John Manning (Captain), Daniel Martin (Soldier), and Argo

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