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"Just as useless as his father."
- Parzival to Shard saying that he wasn't doing anything right

Parzival
ParzivalXboxCap
Description
Species: Spotted Owl/Short Eared Owl
Gender: Male
Family
Ancestor:
Strix Coraldo
Book Appearances
Appears in: Book Appearances
Movie Appearances
Appears in: Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
Details
Secondary protagonist of Legend of the Guardians: The Video Game

Parzival is a young Guardian and is the secondary protagonist in Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole (video game). He is a spotted owl. He often accompanies the main protagonist Shard in his quest to defeat the Pure Ones.

Much of Parzival's past prior to meeting Shard is largely unknown. In the game, he awakes Shard from his nightdream and Ezylryb and Allomere made Shard light torches. After Shard was done, Ezylryb sent Parzival and Shard to push a flock of crows away from a group of Guardians blockaded by the crows.

After Parzival helped Shard kill the crows, a group of young owls led by a Barn Owl named Soren arrived at the tree. He told the Guardians that he was abducted by the Pure Ones, who were moon blinking owlets to mine for flecks, but he escaped. This made the Tree's monarchs, Boron and Barran, choose to send Allomere and the search-and-rescue guardians to St. Aegolius where the Pure Ones's headquarters was. Meanwhile, Ezylryb sent Parzival to accompany Shard on his quest to uncover the Pure One's intentions starting with rescuing an eagle in the Desert of Kuneer named Streak who had been captured by bats. Upon arrival, Parzival and Shard killed a small group of bats and freed Streak.

Behind the Scenes

  • In the Nitendo DS version of the game, he is portrayed as a Short-Eared Owl.

Gallery

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