Fans still take pleasure in looking for low budget logical inconsistencies, especially since the lead film editor for "Xena," known online as "Avicus," has said he enjoys it when fans point them out to him, like when an exploding castle has been reversed and reused in another episode. Other inconsistencies, like Rensaissance portraits stacked upside down on an Ancient Greek interior set, are like a running joke that the Xena producers share with hardcore fans, all conveniently chalked up to this magical land, the Xenaverse.