Continuity mistake: At the wedding ceremony, Prince Colwyn extinguishes his flame inside the basin of water. However in the next shot his baton is aflame again even though he only just put the fire out.

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Continuity mistake: When Ynyr is bandaging Prince Colwyn, as he lies on the steps, Colwyn has his head resting to the right. In the next shot his head is positioned so it is facing upright.

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Continuity mistake: After Ergo turns himself into a goose, he finds his notes to turn himself back. Between shots the notes on the bank change position and the stones around them completely change too.

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More mistakes in Krull

Ynyr: I came to find a king, and I find a boy instead.

Princess Lyssa: My father says that good fighters make bad husbands.
Prince Colwyn: Well, that depends.
Princess Lyssa: On what?
Prince Colwyn: On whether you expect a husband to follow you around. Jump every time you clap your hands.
Princess Lyssa: Wouldn't you jump for me? No of course not. You're a warrior.

Ynyr: There are kingly virtues other than bravery. Courtesy is one of them.

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Question: Why did the Crystal Spider kill the Widow of the Web?

Answer: The sand from the enchanted hourglass kept the spider from killing her. She breaks the hourglass and gives the sand to Ynyr. Once the sand has been poured out from his hands there's nothing to protect her from the spider.


Question: How exactly did Ynyr die? When he visits the Widow of the Web, he makes it safely to her without being attacked by the crystal spider. He even uses the sand from the hourglass to stop the spider from attacking him. But, when he makes his way back to where everyone's camping, he dies after telling Colwyn where the Black Fortress will appear.

Answer: Ynyr is told that the price of the information he gets is that his life will end when the sand runs out. It does after he reaches Colwyn.

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