Michael, a college student receives a jewel encrusted magic sword as a birthday gift.In reading the inscription on the blade, he is transported to a land of magic in another dimension, where people and demons ride dragons, gargoyles come to life, and people can be turned to stone.
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Princess Amara is escaping on her blue dragon; she is being pursued by Lizardmen called Tetrons.She calls to the Gods to send her a warrior to save her kingdom.Michael appears, but he isn’t a warrior.Amara looks to the sky and asks, “In my hour of need you send me a cowardly peasant.”
Michael is not suited for this world; he just wants to go home.But, they both are forced to fight the evil sorcerer Nekros and Diva his cohort, who has the ability to change into demons.This tests Michael and Amara’s skills in magic.Through many trials they encounter giant spiders, bats, scorpions, and Tetrons.They meet a woodsman and his daughter who help them along their way.The daughter is taken under Nekros’ spell, and this is more incentive for them to overthrow him and get her kingdom back.
When Amara is captured by demons sent by Nekros, Michael must overcome his fears, master swordplay and find his innate ability to use magic. With the help of Amara’s uncle who is a Wizard, Michael scales the heights of Nekros’ castle. He and the woodsman slays a giant Tetron, outwits a huge scorpion, and defeats a fire monster, which frees Amara.
Then accidently Amara’s Wizard Uncle transports Michael and Nekros back to Earth and they end up in Los Angeles.Nekros is defeated and Michael is arrested as a maniac for telling his wild tale.
Amara appears in the jail and tells Michael that he must use his magic by saying the right words to take them back to Telamarna. When he does, they live happily ever after, or do they?