Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Legend of the Seeker - 4 Letter Word - S.O.S

Monday, 18 October 2010

cancellation of LOTS is NOT(!) final @SaveOurSeeker !!

Legend of the Seeker :: List of fans, all over the world ! Craig Parker and Bruce Spence both said in their Q/A-Hours that they believe that the cancellation of LOTS is NOT(!) final @SaveOurSeeker !!

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Sunday, 17 October 2010

RingCon: Dayna, Craig Parker and Allan Smith

Saturday, 16 October 2010


Friday, 15 October 2010

Zedd wristbands available now - limited number only

SaveYourPlanet UK - SaveOur Seeker - SaveYourPlanet UK - SaveOurSeeker
Welcome, this site is dedicated to Legend of the Seeker and Save Your Planet The next set of wristbands are available.Allthe profit is to be sent to Oxfam's West Africa Food drive, here are the links

Bridget Regan will be attending the Phill Film Festival

One of the movies in competition is "The Best and the Brightest," a comedy about a couple going to absurd lengths to get their daughter into a coveted preschool. The movie stars Bonnie Somerville and Bridget Regan, also known as Kahlan on "Legend of the Seeker." Her obsessive fan base will be pleased to know that Regan will attend the festival.

Full story at

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

R&K we want them back

A little vid by Xangxtar

New one from @lilly_monkey

@lilly_monkey You are awesome!!!

A weird Journey book. #LOTS

The top10 reasons to watch #LOTS Part 1 !

The top10 reasons to watch #LOTS Part 2 !


The top10 reasons to watch #LOTS Part 3 !

Thursday, 7 October 2010

Bridget Regan Behind El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood

We want more of this :D

Nominate Bridget for the 2010 Mashable Awards

Mashable is taking nominations for this years Mashable Awards. The point of the awards is to bring light to great sites, ideas, and people all over the web and that’s where our Bridget comes in. Bridget does a phenomenal job keeping us all updated on her comings and goings and her current projects and she deserves to be noticed. You can vote once a day everyday until November 29th and they’ll announce the finalists on December 1. To vote for Bridget, simply click here: and login using either your Facebook or Twitter account.

Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Dayna says Hi

Dayna Chiplin (stunt workshop at RingCon) says Hi

Saturday, 2 October 2010

An Important Message from Ellen About Bullying

Legend of the Seeker Fan Film Teaser

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Terry Pratchett creates a sword with meteorites

ENGLISH fantasy author Sir Terry Pratchett says he was so excited after being knighted by the Queen that he decided to make his own sword to equip himself for his new status.

It was not enough, however, simply to find some metal and get a blacksmith to bash it into shape.

Pratchett, believing the sword would not truly be his own unless it was made from metal he had produced, found a field with deposits of iron ore near his home in Wiltshire, west of London.

He gathered the deposits and smelted the iron ore himself.

The author, 62, who has sold about 65 million copies of his books, which include the Discworld series, said: "Most of my life I've been producing stuff which is intangible and so it's amazing the achievement you feel when you have made something which is really real."

With help from his friend Jake Keen — an expert on ancient metal-making techniques — the author dug up 81kg of ore and smelted it in the grounds of his house, using a makeshift kiln built from clay and hay and fuelled with damp sheep manure.

Pratchett, who has Alzheimer's disease, also said he had throw

n in "several pieces of meteorites — thunderbolt iron, you see — highly magical,

you’ve got to chuck that stuff in whether you believe in it or not".

After days of hammering the metal into bars, he took it to a blacksmith, whom he helped to shape it into a blade, which was finished with silverwork.

Pratchett has stored the sword, which he completed last year, in a secret location, apparently concerned about the authorities taking an interest in it.

He said: "It annoys me that knights aren’t allowed to carry their swords. That would be knife crime."

From the Palantir!

From the Palantir! The Economics of STAR WARS, and James McAvoy is Taking Patrick Stewart DOWN!

Posted on 26 September 2010 by Brent Hartinger, Editor

  • Wow, fascinating! The economics of Star Wars. Lucas has made that much more from marketing even than he’s made from the movies? Depressing.
  • The unstoppable folks over at Save Our Seeker are working on a campaign to get the People’s Choice Award to include a new fantasy-related category (which, of course, they hope Legend of the Seeker would win). Go, SOS!
  • Former Mr. Tumnus, James McAvoy says he’s going “bury” Patrick Stewart’s performance as Professor Xavier in the upcoming X-Men reboot. Calm down, he’s joking:
Ful story at

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Friday, 1 October 2010

Richard & Kahlan (LotS) - Lost Along the Way

Walmart's Facebook Page

Hey Seekers, Please comment on the new post that I just made on Walmart's Facebook Page requesting them to carry 'Legend of the Seeker' DVDs on their store shelves! :) Thanks :) Here's the link: (You'll have to 'Like' the page before you can comment)
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