Plot Summary Edit

Zedd, Richard, Cara and Kahlan track a troublemaking general to a brothel, run by the former Mord'Sith Denna. Determined to rule over the Midlands, Denna resurrects Kahlan's sister, Dennee, and convinces her to kill Cara. Similarly, she kills Richard and resurrects one of her followers in his body, intending to use him as a pawn in her plot, to rule the Midlands by proxy. Lord Rahl offers Richard the ability to return as a baneling which he refuses accepting indefinite torture. Elsewhere, Kahlan, Zedd and Cara rightly guess due to magical indicators that although Richard body is alive the person inside of it is not Richard. They also know to rescue Richard the occupant of his body must die. Kahlan confesses a D'haran guard to gain access to the Mistress Denna's chamber interrupting Mistress Denna from consummating her relationship with the new inhabitant of Richard's body. A fight ensues and Richard is killed and Denna loses her newly acquired power over Lord Rahl's army alone she leaves. And although not shown Cara revives Richard and his soul his brought back into his body. Unable to send Kahlan's sister back to the underworld she remains alive. And now there are two confessors in the world.

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Richard becomes an unwilling pawn in a plot by the Mord'Sith Denna (Jessica Marais) to control the throne left vacant by Darken Rahl's death.

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Guest Starring Edit

  • Chad Mills as Dying Soldier
  • Joshua Winger as Aide-De-Camp
  • Nigel Godfrey as General Bain
  • Meryl Cassie as Courtesan
  • Peter Daube as General Grix
  • Nick Kemplen as D'Haran Lieutenant
  • Gina Holden as Lucinda
  • Peter McCauley as Sorcerer



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Behind the scenes Edit

  • The Mord Sith's Breath of Life that only exists in the series makes a return appearance.
  • In this episode we learn that a Confessor's power comes from the spirit whereas the power of the Lord Rahl's magic comes from his blood.

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Legend of the Seeker: Resurrection