Legend Quest, Season 1Closed Captioning
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A fast-paced action-adventure series, Legend Quest follows symbologist Ashley Cowie as he travels the world in search of some of history's greatest and most mysterious artifacts. From King Arthur’s famous sword to the Lost Ark of the Covenant, all of the elusive items are believed to hold hidden powers and mystical significance for ancient and modern cultures. Each of the six episodes will include Indiana Jones-type adventure and Da Vinci Code-style puzzle solving as the secreted truths and alternative theories of these mythical relics are explored. Cowie and his team leave no stone unturned as they hack through dense jungles, squeeze through tiny caves and trek through forbidding deserts to find their next clue. Their expeditions will reveal secrets that have been guarded for centuries and are still being protected today.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoArk of the Covenant / Mayan Talking Cross||Ashley and the team travel to Ethiopia, Italy and France in search of the famous Ark of the Covenant, believed to have the power to defeat any army and strike enemies with bolts of lightening. They then travel to Mexico in search of the legendary Talking Cross, which the Mayans believed gave them the power to speak directly to the gods, protect them from their enemies and grant wishes.||43:03||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoExcalibur / Lost Cintamani Stone||From Europe to the South China Sea, Ashley and the team journey half way around the planet searching for two of history's most famous and most powerful artifacts. Beginning in England, the team sets out to find the world's most famous sword, one that united an entire kingdom, Arthur's legendary Excalibur. Then, it's on to the steamy tropics on a quest to find the Cintamani stone - a mystical stone said to have the power to grant your every wish. The team will face caves, waterfalls, volcanoes and the mysterious Knights Templar as they chase down every lead to find these two spectacular items of power.||43:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoHoly Lance / Incan Golden Sun Disc||In this episode Ashley and his team are tracking two historical objects that have world wide implications should they be found: a spear that can shape the destiny of mankind and a giant disc of gold said to be able to stop time. The Holy Lance is one of the most powerful artifacts ever created and was once possessed by Adolph Hitler. Ashley travels to Europe and beyond to find the spear that many believe empowered some of history's most dominant leaders. The team then heads up into the thin air of the Peruvian mountains searching for a giant disc made of solid gold said to be able to stop time itself. Assuming they can even discover its location, getting there may not be possible and the trip will test the team every treacherous step along the way.||43:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoStaff of Moses / Stone of Destiny||From a staff that parted the Red Sea to a stone that will be used to anoint the next King of England, Ashley and his team pursue the oldest pieces of history all the way to present day in their search for two of the most ancient objects ever recorded. In his first visit to the Holy Land, Ashley sets out to uncover a lost settlement of the ancient Israelites which may contain the key to locating Moses' divine staff of power. Then Ashley heads home, to Scotland, looking for a stone that has been used to empower kings for thousands of years -- the Stone of Destiny. On the eve of Britain crowning a new king, Ashley hopes to uncover the truth of a centuries old heist, and the clues lead him to a shocking discovery.||43:03||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoMerlin's Magical Treasures / King Solomon's Ring||Ashley and the team travel to the United Kingdom searching for the treasures of the famed magician, Merlin, and then head to the Holy Land to track down the biblical ring of King Solomon. First, Ashley heads to Europe in search of the final resting place of King Arthur's trusted sorcerer, Merlin, who many believe is still watching over thirteen magical treasures -- including a teleporting chariot and cloak of invisibility. Can Ashley uncover the final resting place of the Wizard who started it all? Then, the team heads back to the Holy Land to find King Solomon's weapon of power -- a ring said to have the ability to summon and control demons -- with the hope of protecting mankind at the end of the world.||43:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Holy Grail||In the final episode of the season, Ashley and the team set out in search of one of the greatest and most famous relics of all time - The Holy Grail. As a Knight Templar Ashley has spent years researching the Grail, and this investigation is the culmination of his quest. He has uncovered a lost carving in Scotland - one that he believes could be a map to the location of the Holy Grail. The investigation leads the team to a place nobody has considered, and from there a series of clues takes Ashley to a startling conclusion. In the end, can Ashley fulfill his own destiny and complete his Grail quest? What will that journey reveal about the location of the Grail, its destiny, and Ashley himself?||43:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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They never find an artifact. They always hit some sort of dead end. Lame show.
get real, this is chasing down fictions
Well, this is on the _SciFi_ channel- the second word there is short for 'fiction'. Just like they never find any ghosts, either, d'uh. This is a show about legends and fables, not real objects. It's on the trail of fairy tales, not archeology. It's actually more interesting to learn about the times and peoples that created legends like the Grail and the Ark and magickal totems. After all, what's magic today? Little to nothing.
What s load of crap
I suppose this might appeal to believers in psychics and that reality show are real but pure waste of air time.
Unlike History's Mystery where you don't expect resolution this one does but of course does not.
Obviously Ark found would have
Made global news so no real expectation. Still just defines lame.
If network is smart they will just throw this in thrash can unaired.
Ark was so lame never ever watched the second half I'm sure as or lamer.