The series uses one of the characters that I'm not terribly familiar with, though recall from a few appearances in older works. Chakaal doesn't have a huge role here but she plays her part well and it factors into the overall storyline in a good way. We do get some regional politics of sorts with what she's doing and there's a good bit of background story going on that helps to keep it all flowing and fun rather than just a straightforward Groo/Chakaal kind of event. Just the bits with the language alone and Groo's astounding self importance is worth the price of admission in the first half as he works with the villagers and the deposed Queen. Read Full Review
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