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Alt.Tv.Xena FAQ, (Part 5/5): Miscellaneous Information about X:WP


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that come up regularly on the alt.tv.xena news group.  People who
are new to the news group are encouraged to read this document
before posting questions to alt.tv.xena.


Michael Martinez originally created this FAQ in accordance with
the prevailing traditions and customs of the Internet, which
place high value on the free dissemination and exchange of
information.  It has since been trashed and rearranged it into
multiple smaller documents.


This is a living document.  As new information is made available
by the producers of XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS I'll try to update
this file.  Also, corrections will be made as I discover them or
I am informed about them.  Please feel free to notify me of any
errors that you find. Paul Hilling <p.hilling@bigfoot.com>
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This document uses the following conventions:


     Names of television shows are given in ALL CAPS.
     Names of episodes are given in "quotes".
     X:WP is an acronym for XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS.
     H:TLJ is an acronym for HERCULES: THE LEGENDARY JOURNEYS.
     X is sometimes used for "Xena", especially in making
     reference to both Xena and Gabrielle (as "X and G").
     LL is sometimes used for "Lucy Lawless".
     ROC is sometimes used for "Renee O'Connor".
     ATX refers to the newsgroup Alt.Tv.Xena
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Table Of Contents
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Section V: Miscellaneous Information about X:WP
1.   Are there other online resources for Xenites?
2.   I am an aspiring actor/actress -- how can I get on the show?
3.   Are any of the episodes available for purchase on tape?
4.   "The Xena Scrolls": where can I find them and are they real?
5.   Can I get copies of any of the scripts from past episodes?
6.   I have an idea/script for the show -- where should I send
     it?
7.   What is the deal with all the sound *WHOOSH* effects?
8.   Is there a Xena soundtrack CD?
9.   Can you give me more information about the first CD?
10.  Can you give me more information about the second CD?
11.  Can you give me more information about the third CD?
12.  Can you give me more information about the fourth CD?
13.  Why weren't "M'lila's Song" and "Bacchae Rap" on the Xena CD
     #2?
14.  Who sung for each character in the musical episode "Bitter
     Suite"?
15.  What can you tell me about the music that is used in the
     various episodes?
16.  Where can I download the opening theme?
17.  Where can I get a printout of the message Lucy Lawless put
     on the mailing list and posted to the NetForum?
18.  I can't find any Xena trading cards... what's up?
19.  Are there any official Xena comics or magazines?
20.  What about other Xena merchandise?
21.  What time is Xena on?


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Section V: Miscellaneous Information about X:WP
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QUESTION V.1
~~~~~~~~~~~~
Are there other online resources for Xenites?


ANSWER V.1
~~~~~~~~~~
Check out the XENA ONLINE RESOURCES website
(http://www.xenite.org/xenaonln.htm).  This site offers one of
the most complete listings of all online resources.  XOR lists
web pages, news groups, mailing lists and other assorted online
resources, organized by subject and with short descriptions.


For immediate online gratification, good places to start are
(http://www.xenafan.com). (http://whoosh.org),
(http://www.xenamedia.com) and also (http://www.ausxip.com).
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QUESTION V.2
~~~~~~~~~~~~
I am an aspiring actor/actress -- how can I get on the show?


ANSWER V.2
~~~~~~~~~~
Sorry, there are no shortcuts.  Xena: Warrior Princess is a show
like any other in this regard.  Get an agent (if you don't
already have one), and have your agent contact Renaissance
Pictures at Universal Studios.
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QUESTION V.3
~~~~~~~~~~~~
Are any of the episodes available for purchase on tape?


ANSWER V.3
~~~~~~~~~~
The Xena Trilogy from Hercules ("Warrior Princess", "The
Gauntlet" and "Unchained Heart") was released to shops early in
1998.  Tapes of Season 1, and also Season 2 episodes, were
available from GetXena.  Rights have since passed to Davis/Panzer
(http://www.adarastore.com/cgi-bin/xena-herc/)  But it should be
mentioned that Davis/Panzer will probably only ship tapes to
US/Canadian addresses.  You can also ring Davis/Panzer to get a
catalog by calling 1-800-382-6074 and order other merchandise by
calling 1-800-835-9689.


TV movies of Hercules are also available on tape with Xena stars
in them.  They include "Hercules & The Lost Kingdom", in which
Renee O'Connor co-stars.  And "Hercules and the Amazon Women", in
which Lucy Lawless plays one of the Amazon women.  "Hercules and
the Maze Of the Minotaur" (which features clips of both Lucy and
Renee), has been released in the UK on tape.


There are rumours of Hercules and Xena episodes appearing on DVD,
but none have been appeared as yet.  UK readers should have DVD's
of Season 2 episodes from April 2000.
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QUESTION V.4
~~~~~~~~~~~~
"The Xena Scrolls": where can I find them and are they real?


ANSWER V.4
~~~~~~~~~~
You used to get the Xena Scrolls from the MCA website
(http://www.mca.com/tv/xena).  They were not real in the sense
that they are not true historical documents.  They were created
in conjunction with the show, and they were a blast to read.
Definitely go check them out, if they are still there.


The Xena Scrolls will make much more sense to you after you've
seen "The Xena Scrolls," in which Lucy and Renee act as the
descendants of Xena and Gabrielle, respectively.
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QUESTION V.5
~~~~~~~~~~~~
Can I get copies of any of the scripts from past episodes?


ANSWER V.5
~~~~~~~~~~
At one time scripts were being sold by a store in Hollywood, CA,
but it has reportedly stopped such sales at MCA's direction.


Now though, several scripts from Season's 1, 2, 3 and 4, have now
been officially released.  These scripts include those from the
episodes "Dreamworker", "Promethius", "A Day In The Life",
"Destiny" and "The Quest".  The newer scripts also contain an
exclusive photo from the episode concerned.  There are now nearly
2 dozen scripts available now, and more are going to be
forthcoming in the near future.
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QUESTION V.6
~~~~~~~~~~~~
I have an idea/script for the show -- where should I send it?


ANSWER V.6
~~~~~~~~~~
Sorry, even for us die-hard Xena fans there are no shortcuts.
XENA: WARRIOR PRINCES is a show like any other in this regard.
Get an agent (if you don't already have one), and have your agent
contact Renaissance Pictures at Universal Studios.


A *real* agent will know how to submit a script or script idea to
the right people.  However, if you're serious about trying to
become a Hollywood writer, go to your local library and check out
the reference section's books on writing and getting published.
Look at WRITER'S MARKET.  Heed their advice.  Don't hope for
miracles.


If you try to get an agent, you should at least have some idea
how to put together a script (and WRITER'S MARKET really is not
an adequate tool for learning the appropriate skills, but it's
better than nothing).
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QUESTION V.7
~~~~~~~~~~~~
What is the deal with all the sound *WHOOSH* effects?


(Additional Information -- pay close attention the next time Lucy
or Renee whips their head around while looking for bad guys --
especially in first season episodes; also, when Xena and Cinteres
face off in "The Royal Couple Of Thieves")


ANSWER V.7
~~~~~~~~~~
They are part of the special sound effects that are used to
emphasise certain actions.  It seems that they are used way too
much in some episodes, but hey that's just my opinion.  (Original
FAQ.)  The sound effects and the basically bloodless fight scenes
have caused some people to describe the production as a
"mythology meets Hong Kong" mix.


The sound effects are sometimes used to enhance the campiness of
the show.  The "Imperial Tie Fighter" sound is often used when an
arrow is fired at one of the main actors.
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QUESTION V.8
~~~~~~~~~~~~
Is there a Xena soundtrack CD?


ANSWER V.8
~~~~~~~~~~
There are currently 4 Xena soundtrack CD's.  CD#1 was Released
November 19, 1996. CD#2 was Released November 19, 1997.  A 3rd CD
with the music from the musical episode in Season 3 "Bitter
Suite" was released on March 24 1998.  This was followed on June
1st 1999, with CD#4.  All 4 titles are available on CD only.


There is also a Hercules/Xena CD-ROM by Software Sculptors. You
may see references to this product.  It is NOT one of the
soundtracks.


It's been reported that a CD by the Bulgarian Women's Choir has
chants which sound very much like the Xena chants.  Joseph Lo
Duca (the musical director for H:TLJ and X:WP) has reportedly
denied any direct connection with that collection.
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QUESTION V.9
~~~~~~~~~~~~
Can you give me more information about the first CD?


ANSWER V.9
~~~~~~~~~~
The following information about CD#1 was posted to the Chakram
mailing list by Pat Casciano <pcascian@niagara.rivier.edu>:


The Xena: Warrior Princess Original Television Soundtrack, Music
Composed by Joseph LoDuca on Varese Sarabande CD #VSD-5750


Music Composed by Joseph LoDuca, Except "Burial" Composed by Lucy
Lawless and Arranged by Joseph LoDuca. "Glede Ma Glede" is
Traditional.


The Tracks:
1.   Main Title (1:15) w/vocal from "Sins of the Past"
2.   The Warrior Princess (2:09) w/vocal from "The Gauntlet"
3.   Darfus (2:06) from "Unchained Heart"
4.   Soulmates (2:24)
5.   Burial (1:50) w/vocal by Lucy Lawless from "Path Not Taken"
6.   Xena and the Big Bird (2:27) from "Prometheus"
7.   Gabby Dance (1:00) w/vocal from "Hooves and Harlots"
8.   The Gauntlet (1:58) w/vocal from "The Gauntlet"
9.   Barn Blazers (2:21) from "Chariots of War"
10.  Fight on the Heads (2:54) from "Sins of the Past"
11.  Draco's Men (2:16) from "Sins of the Past"
12.  Glede Ma Glede (0:43) w/vocal from "Sins of the Past"
13.  Burying the Past (2:59) w/vocal from "Sins of the Past"
14.  Xena's Web (2:12) w/vocal from "Sins of the Past" ??
15.  Goodbye (2:49) from "Sins of the Past" ??
16.  Giants (2:37) from "The Titans"
17.  Funeral Dance (1:35) w/vocal from "Hooves and Harlots"
18.  Challenging the Gods (3:10) from "Prometheus" ??
19.  Dreamscape (3:01) w/vocal from "The Dreamworker"
20.  Quarterman's Festival (2:27) from "Cradle of Hope"
21.  Roll in the Leaves (0:47) from "Mortal Beloved" ??
22.  Funeral Pyre (1:24) w/vocal from "Hooves and Harlots"
23.  On the Balcony (2:08) from "Royal Couple of Thieves" ??
24.  The Oracle (3:15) from "Callisto" ??
25.  Hail Xena (1:35)
26.  Going to Kill Me (0:45)
27.  The Wrath of Callisto (2:36) w/vocal from "Callisto"
28.  Bloodlust (2:25) from "Callisto"
29.  Ladder Fight (4:44) w/vocal from "Callisto"
30.  Main Title (Extended Version) (1:22) w/vocal from "Sins of
     the Past"


??=I'm not totally sure if this is the first episode this is
from.


The lyrics to the Xena Theme were posted on the Usenet.  This is
what was presented (presumably taken from the CD).  This music is
undoubtedly Copyright (c) 1996 MCA/Universal or something like
that:


First, the Bulgarian:


     Jenata iazdi samotna
     Neinoto minalo srazi ia
     Sreshtu voiskite ot tumen sviat
     Vouva za dobro tia


     Rogovi zvunove idavt
     Napraite put na voina!
     Tupani bitat vuv ritum
     Princhesata e pak tuka!


Here's the translation:


     The Warrior Princess rides alone
     Her past drives her from shame
     Against the forces of a dark world
     She fights for good, not for fame.


     Horns sound her coming, blare her name
     "Make way the Warrior!  Cheer!"
     Drums beat a rhythm
     Let villains beware
     The Warrior Princess is here!
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QUESTION V.10
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Can you give me more information about the second CD?


ANSWER V.10
~~~~~~~~~~~
Original Television Soundtrack:  XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS Volume 2
Music Composed by Joseph LoDuca on Varese Sarabande CD #VSD-5883


The Tracks:
1.   Main Title (1:22) from "All Episodes"
2.   At Mother's Tomb (3:00) from "Remember Nothing"
3.   Xena Kicks Bacchae Butt (2:03) from "Girls Just Wanna Have
     Fun"
4.   Pop Goes Xena (1:11) from "Remember Nothing"
5.   Quicksand (1:25) from "Return of Callisto"
6.   Squeal (2:01) from "Return of Callisto"
7.   Sword Play (1:27) from "Intimate Stranger"
8.   Homeland (3:29) from "Remember Nothing"
9.   Capoiera Fight (1:23) from "Remember Nothing"
10.  Many Winters Ago (2:17) from "Destiny"
11.  Stowaway (1:53) from "Destiny"
12.  You Really Believe That (1:05) from "Destiny"
13.  Rrarr (3:48) from "Destiny"
14.  Friend (1:37) from "Destiny"
15.  Crucifixion of Xena/Up the Mountain (2:28) from "Destiny"
16.  To The Rescue (1:42) from "Return of Callisto"
17.  Fighting Destiny (2:08) from "Remember Nothing"
18.  Talk With Solan (4:03) from "Orphan Of War"
19.  The Ballad of Joxer the Mighty (1:12) from "For Him the Bell
     Tolls"
20.  Solstice Night (2:13) from "Solstice Carol"
21.  The First Fate/Suspended Gabby (3:22) from "Solstice Carol"
22.  Where as Me/Gabby & Toys (2:20) from "Solstice Carol"
23.  More Fun and Games/Feather Fight (3:12) from "Solstice
     Carol"
24.  Hard Core Fishing (1:23) from "The Price"
25.  River Wild (1:37) from "The Price"
26.  Xena is Bitten (1:33) from "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"
27.  Restoration (2:11) from "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"
28.  Caught in the Current (3:48) from "The Lost Mariner"
29.  Callisto Becomes a God (2:04) from "Necessary Evil"
30.  Swamp Creatures/Imposter (2:40) from "Intimate Stranger"
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QUESTION V.11
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Can you give me more information about the third CD?


ANSWER V.11
~~~~~~~~~~~
Original Television Soundtrack:  XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS Bitter
Suite: A Musical Odyssey. Music Composed by Joseph LoDuca on
Varese Sarabande CD #VSD-5918


Tracks.
1.   The Sweat Hut/Slapped Out of It/Xena's In Town (4:42)
2.   Horrible Drag/On the Edge/Son of the Fool (5:09)
3.   What's Still Unwritten...(Song of Illusion)/Little
     Ditties/Into the Chandra/Joxer the Mighty/Preppy Gabby
     (5:17)
4.   War and Peace/Gab is Stabbed (5:52)
5.   Melt Into Me/Let Go (2:25)
6.   Dead?/Hearts Are Hurting (Part I) (2:35)
7.   The Deliverer (4:07)
8.   Hate is the Star (Song of the Torment)/Hearts are Hurting
     (Part II) (5:42)
9.   The Way Out/The Love of Your Love/Passing Through (7:10)
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QUESTION V.12
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Can you give me more information about the fourth CD?


ANSWER V.12
~~~~~~~~~~~
Original Television Soundtrack: Xena: WARRIOR PRINCESS, VOLUME
FOUR.  Music Composed by Joseph LoDuca on Varese Sarabande CD
#VSD-6031


Tracks:
1.   Caesars' Mark (2:34) from "Debt Part 1"
2.   Flying Ninja's (1:19) from "Debt Part 1"
3.   Execution of Xena Pt 1 (1:23) from "Debt Part 2"
4.   A Mud Bath/Enter The Dragon (4:25) from "Debt Part 2"
5.   The Bath (2:12) from "Debt Part 2"
6.   Visit To The Damned (2:52) from "Debt Part 2"
7.   Taking Flight (1:28) from "Debt Part 2"
8.   Lambikin's Missing (3:04) from "A Family Affair"
9.   Who's Who (2:15) from "A Family Affair"
10.  Hello Beautiful (1:59) from "A Family Affair"
11.  Backstabber (1:58) from "A Family Affair"
12.  Burning Down The House (2:08) from "A Good Day"
13.  India's Different (1:21) from "Devi"
14.  Tataka (1:32) from "Devi"
15.  Leaping For Tataka (2:59) from "Devi"
16.  Travelling With Eli (2:06) from "Devi"
17.  Beautiful Mendhi (0:39) from "Between The Lines"
18.  Now Or Never (2:16) from "Between The Lines"
19.  Naima On The Scene (1:32) from "Between The Lines"
20.  Naima Ascends (0:50) from "Between The Lines"
21.  Welcome The Avatar (2:08) from "The Way"
22.  Indrajit Arrives (1:42) from "The Way"
23.  Krishna (2:54) from "The Way"
24.  Call To Arms (3:17) from "The Way"
25.  Amazon Pyre (2:04) from "AITST Part 1"
26.  The Berserker (3:21) from "AITST Part 1"
27.  Making Camp/Drinking Blood (1:10) from "AITST Part 1"
28.  Xena Vs Alti (4:28) from "AITST Part 2"
29.  Released/Spirit Dance (3:02) from "AITST Part 2"
30.  Everybody Dance Now (4:05) from "A Tale Of Two Muses"
31.  I'm In Heaven (1:04) from "If The Shoe Fits"
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QUESTION V.13
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Why weren't "M'lila's Song" and "Bacchae Rap" on the Xena CD #2?


ANSWER V.13
~~~~~~~~~~~
The problem with both of these songs is that Jo LoDuca DIDN'T
write them. And therefore he didn't have the copyright on them.
So when it came to preparing the CD. Varesse Sarabande used
songs/tracks that were not to difficult for them to use, or
obtain permission to use.


As all the tracks on the 2nd CD are written by Jo himself
obtaining permission from him is easy. When you attempt to get
permission from a third party band, you get into contract
negotiations, and this would have delayed the 2nd CD's arrival.
So rather than this Varesse Sarabande dropped those two songs.


For those people disappointed that the M'lila song wasn't on the
CD it has been reported that M'lila's song is actually on another
CD.


Kaboom <kaboom@wwnet.com>, writes "The CD in question, is called
Mouth Music by the group, Mouth Music.  It's apparently on the
Rykodisc label.  Catalogue # RCD 10196.  M'lila's song is track
#10, and is actually called Fraoch a Ronaigh.  And on the CD is
sung by Talitha Mackensie."


"Fraoch a Ronaigh"'s English title is "Heather of Rona".  And is
3:15 minutes long. It says this on the inside by the song: The
song describes several points on the island of North Uist, which
could be used as landmarks by sailors passing along the west
coast.
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QUESTION V.14
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Who sung for each character in the musical episode "Bitter
Suite"?


ANSWER V.14
~~~~~~~~~~~
Most people will have noticed that not all the actors did their
own singing during the episode "Bitter Suite".  Lucy Lawless,
Kevin Smith, and Ted Raimi all sung their own parts.  However
Renee's part was sung by Susan Wood. And Hudson's parts was sung
by Michelle Nicastro.  Not so widely known is that the part of
Hatred in "Hate Is The Star" was sung by Phil Marcus Esser.
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QUESTION V.15
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
What can you tell me about the music that is used in the various
episodes?


ANSWER V.15
~~~~~~~~~~~
Check out the complete conversation with Joseph LoDuca (composer)
in the profile at the top of the Xena: NetForum for more info on
this, and answers to lots of other questions about the music for
Herc and Xena.
(http://www.mca.com/tv/netforum/topics/mca.tv.xena).
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QUESTION V.16
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Where can I download the opening theme?


ANSWER V.16
~~~~~~~~~~~
Check out Buumzer's XENA: Warrior's Princess Vault
(http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Hills/4958/xena.htm) or
(http://www.xenafan.com), or Warriorhaze
(http://www.warriorhaze.com).
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QUESTION V.17
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Where can I get a printout of the message Lucy Lawless put on the
mailing list and posted to the NetForum?


ANSWER V.17
~~~~~~~~~~~
Some web sites have a copy.  It's also been posted to ATX and
should be available on DejaNews (http://www.deja.com).


In fact, Lucy has posted more than one message on the NetForum,
but I don't have any of them, sorry.
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QUESTION V.18
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I can't find any Xena trading cards... what's up?


ANSWER V.18
~~~~~~~~~~~
You should be able to find Xena Trading Cards now.  Topps has
released three sets of Xena trading cards, the first was in Feb
98.  This was a set of 72 Basic cards. 6 Foil cards (Odds 1 card
in 12 packs) and 2 Chromium cards (Odds 1 card in 36 packs).  The
Promo card for the first set was inserted into the Feb 98 issue
of Previews Magazine and April/May issue of Non-Sports Update.


Topps released a 2nd series of Xena trading cards during Sept 98.
Set composition was 72 basic cards. 6 Chromium cards (Odds 1 card
in 12 packs) and also 12 different Autograph cards (Odds 1 card
in 36 packs), The autograph cards did not include those of either
Lucy or Renee.


A third set of cards was released by Topps in June 99.  Set
composition was 72 basic cards. 9 Clear Chromes (Odds 1 card in 9
packs) and 2 Double Sided Chromes (Odds 1 card in 18 packs).


There are also the Xena related cards contained in the complete
set of HERCULES: THE LEGENDARY JOURNEYS trading cards.


For more information on these card sets, point your web browser
to (http://www.bigfoot.com/~p.hilling/xenacards.htm).


Wizards of the Coast (WOTC) have also released two sets of Xena
gaming cards during 1998.  For more details on this set of cards
see (http://www.wizards.com/xena/welcome.htm).
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QUESTION V.19
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Are there any official Xena comics or magazines?


ANSWER V.19
~~~~~~~~~~~
There are in fact numerous Xena comics.  Originally produced by
Topps Inc.  Dark Horse Comics have now taken over production,
with their first issue appearing in late September 1999


The official Xena Magazine, was also originally produced by Topps
Inc.  Production of the Official Magazine is now handled by Titan
Magazines xena@titanemail.com.  The first issue of the (now
monthly) Titan Magazine hit UK shelves on the 6th of October.


For fans interested in getting the Magazine via subscription the
details are :-


You can contact the sub's department, by:-
Phone:  +44 (0)1858 433 169
Fax:    +44 (0)1858 433 715
E-Mail: xena@titanemail.com
Snail:
The Official Xena: Warrior Princess Magazine Subscription
Department
XSA1
PO Box 54
Desborough
Northants
United Kingdom
NN14 2UH
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QUESTION V.20
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
What about other Xena merchandise?


ANSWER V.20
~~~~~~~~~~~
Due to the ever increasing popularity of the show, it has become
impossible for the FAQ to remain current with all of the
merchandise.  If you are looking for merchandise, try the XENA
ONLINE RESOURCES website (http://www.xenite.org/xenaonln.htm) for
more information.  There is an entire section of XOR devoted to
connecting Xena fans with merchants.
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QUESTION V.21
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
What time is Xena on?


ANSWER V.21
~~~~~~~~~~~
Without telling us where you are, it's a little difficult, to
tell you when local stations are showing Xena.  If you are in the
US/Canada, you are far better off going to
(http://www.clicktv.com) or (http://www.tvguide.com)  Both sites
enable you to enter your Zipcode (US/Canada only).  And then tell
you when Xena is on locally.  If you don't live in the US/Canada,
please tell us where you are, and someone should be able to
answer you.
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Paul Hilling <p.hilling@bigfoot.com>
R. Carter <rcarter@indirect.com>
Renee O'Connor's Official Web Site
     (http://rampages.onramp.net/~rocweb/)
Ron Murillo <tegan@uclink4.berkeley.edu>
Ted Turocy <arbiter@nwu.edu>
Tim Smith <tim.smith@omnidssi.com>
Ted Raimi International Fan Club (http://www.tedraimifan.com)
Whoosh (http://www.whoosh.org)


(My thanks goto all of the other contributors not listed)


The original FAQ was written by Ted Turocy (arbiter@nwu.edu) and
K. Wieczerza -- a.k.a. "Kicker" (wieczek@telalink.net).  Kicker
maintained the original FAQ on her web site,
http://www.telalink.net/~wieczek/Xwpfaq.html, which now says
something like:  NOTE: This FAQ (by Kicker) has been turned over
to the people at WHOOSH!  The new URL is
http://whoosh.org/faq/index.html.  This version of the FAQ has
been written and formatted specifically for distribution on the
Usenet.


Why are these documents is so long?  I don't know, except we're
quite involved with the show and believe in what we do or some
such thing :-)
---------------------------END OF FAQ----------------------------

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