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Let's get back. 12 00:01:36,380 --> 00:01:38,583 Still telling bedtime stories, my Lord? 13 00:01:39,985 --> 00:01:41,954 Young Modred needs a mother. 14 00:01:41,987 --> 00:01:44,022 A father's love only goes so far. 15 00:02:13,886 --> 00:02:15,586 Night draws in. 16 00:02:18,724 --> 00:02:20,358 Lancelot. 17 00:02:21,359 --> 00:02:22,828 Do you hear that? 18 00:02:24,797 --> 00:02:26,430 Over there. 19 00:02:36,574 --> 00:02:38,342 Stay with the horses. 20 00:02:59,698 --> 00:03:01,632 What were you saying about a bride? 21 00:03:06,470 --> 00:03:07,840 Wait. 22 00:03:20,618 --> 00:03:22,855 Good lady, show thyself. 23 00:03:37,803 --> 00:03:39,137 My lady. 24 00:03:39,238 --> 00:03:41,707 This is no place for one so gentle. 25 00:03:42,473 --> 00:03:43,574 Come. 26 00:04:15,707 --> 00:04:17,142 Lancelot. 27 00:04:18,043 --> 00:04:19,543 You're welcome. 28 00:04:29,221 --> 00:04:30,923 That voice. 29 00:04:30,956 --> 00:04:31,890 A spell. 30 00:04:31,924 --> 00:04:33,591 Think of it no more. 31 00:04:48,240 --> 00:04:49,975 Come. 32 00:05:11,930 --> 00:05:13,699 Arthur married Guinevere 33 00:05:13,732 --> 00:05:17,535 and she became the queen he always desired. 34 00:05:19,137 --> 00:05:21,073 He then spent the better part of eight years 35 00:05:21,106 --> 00:05:23,742 fighting a group of bloody battles 36 00:05:23,775 --> 00:05:25,043 against the Romans. 37 00:05:27,112 --> 00:05:28,880 He took his bravest Knights with him 38 00:05:28,914 --> 00:05:30,148 to save Camelot. 39 00:05:30,182 --> 00:05:33,251 Leaving his son, Modred, in charge. 40 00:05:35,821 --> 00:05:37,621 After winning the battle in Rome, 41 00:05:37,656 --> 00:05:39,958 Arthur, tormented from the torturous 42 00:05:39,992 --> 00:05:41,793 and gruesome battle, 43 00:05:42,694 --> 00:05:45,797 now rests with his knights in France. 44 00:05:52,070 --> 00:05:53,105 Ooh. 45 00:05:53,138 --> 00:05:54,638 Go on! 46 00:05:59,711 --> 00:06:01,713 That's it, he's down. 47 00:06:14,126 --> 00:06:16,228 - Watch out! - Ooh, whoa! 48 00:06:34,746 --> 00:06:36,314 Hold him, hold him! 49 00:06:38,750 --> 00:06:40,152 Do you concede? 50 00:06:40,886 --> 00:06:43,021 - Do you concede? - I concede. 51 00:06:44,956 --> 00:06:46,691 Let's go. Let's go. Step back. Step back. 52 00:06:46,725 --> 00:06:47,859 Let's go. Let's go. 53 00:06:47,893 --> 00:06:49,728 Come on, get up your hand. 54 00:06:53,832 --> 00:06:55,734 Not bad for an old drunk. 55 00:06:55,767 --> 00:06:58,103 Who you calling old? 56 00:06:59,971 --> 00:07:03,241 I trust you had time to sleep on my proposal? 57 00:07:04,810 --> 00:07:06,278 Camelot, my Lord. 58 00:07:06,311 --> 00:07:08,612 Oh, yes. Camelot. 59 00:07:09,047 --> 00:07:10,614 Not for me. 60 00:07:11,149 --> 00:07:13,885 Word comes south of a Saxon threat. 61 00:07:15,253 --> 00:07:16,620 We cannot expect young Mordred 62 00:07:16,655 --> 00:07:17,923 to lead our country into battle. 63 00:07:17,956 --> 00:07:20,659 He has the knights, what more does he need? 64 00:07:20,692 --> 00:07:22,794 An army is nothing without his father's guidance, 65 00:07:22,828 --> 00:07:25,030 the king's guidance. 66 00:07:25,063 --> 00:07:27,966 There is no king without Excalibur. 67 00:07:27,999 --> 00:07:30,368 It is not the sword that made you, Arthur. 68 00:07:31,903 --> 00:07:34,706 Its abandoned you, because you abandoned yourself. 69 00:07:36,408 --> 00:07:39,945 Arthur, it's time to go home. 70 00:07:42,747 --> 00:07:44,850 Look around, my friend. Huh? 71 00:07:44,883 --> 00:07:46,017 We're already home! 72 00:07:46,051 --> 00:07:48,220 Now's your chance, good sires. 73 00:07:48,253 --> 00:07:50,355 Arthur, the sword puller. 74 00:07:50,388 --> 00:07:51,890 King of the Britons. 75 00:07:51,923 --> 00:07:54,159 This is no king. 76 00:07:55,127 --> 00:07:57,129 This man fights like a blacksmith. 77 00:07:57,162 --> 00:07:59,931 If he's a king where Is his army, huh? 78 00:08:00,432 --> 00:08:02,234 We are his army. 79 00:08:02,267 --> 00:08:02,968 What? 80 00:08:03,001 --> 00:08:06,705 Good. Prove yourselves, eh? 81 00:08:08,039 --> 00:08:10,408 Give your children something to be proud of! 82 00:08:10,442 --> 00:08:12,844 My children are not yet born, 83 00:08:12,878 --> 00:08:15,714 but the way he fights, I fear they never will be. 84 00:08:15,747 --> 00:08:17,849 With a face like yours I have the same fear. 85 00:08:26,091 --> 00:08:27,125 You? 86 00:08:29,127 --> 00:08:30,896 I can't fight you. 87 00:08:30,929 --> 00:08:33,265 I do not want to fight you. 88 00:08:33,298 --> 00:08:36,134 But I'll have you on your back quicker than any man. 89 00:08:39,237 --> 00:08:41,306 And you wanted to go home, eh? 90 00:08:42,908 --> 00:08:44,843 Oh, to be king, eh? 91 00:08:44,876 --> 00:08:46,278 Lucky bastard. 92 00:08:46,311 --> 00:08:48,313 It's not luck, good Tristram. 93 00:08:50,415 --> 00:08:52,350 You wanna stop licking his ass? 94 00:08:52,384 --> 00:08:54,219 He might learn to wipe it himself. 95 00:09:23,515 --> 00:09:25,116 My lord, 96 00:09:25,317 --> 00:09:27,252 do I not please you? 97 00:09:35,093 --> 00:09:36,795 Lay with me. 98 00:09:36,828 --> 00:09:38,363 It's all I ask. 99 00:09:43,902 --> 00:09:45,937 And put your clothes back on. 100 00:10:21,206 --> 00:10:22,507 I'd have thought a dagger in the back 101 00:10:22,540 --> 00:10:24,276 would be more your style. 102 00:10:29,981 --> 00:10:31,416 Come, my lady, 103 00:10:31,449 --> 00:10:33,451 this is an evening for revelry. 104 00:10:34,252 --> 00:10:36,221 Don't be sour with me. 105 00:10:41,426 --> 00:10:43,428 The nobles are gathered, Sir Mordred. 106 00:10:43,628 --> 00:10:45,964 Thank you, Tomas. I'll be along. 107 00:11:12,957 --> 00:11:15,360 Less meekness, my lady. 108 00:11:15,393 --> 00:11:18,229 It is not becoming of such a graceful creature. 109 00:11:19,030 --> 00:11:22,100 I'm neither your lady nor your creature. 110 00:11:27,939 --> 00:11:29,574 Don't go anywhere. 111 00:11:56,234 --> 00:11:57,535 Brother Cedric. 112 00:11:58,069 --> 00:11:59,571 Bless you, my child. 113 00:12:00,271 --> 00:12:02,540 If anyone should be blessed, it is I. 114 00:12:06,044 --> 00:12:07,412 Bless me. 115 00:12:09,447 --> 00:12:11,349 You're blessed. 116 00:12:20,959 --> 00:12:22,594 Sit, my lords, sit. 117 00:12:25,463 --> 00:12:27,532 Rest your weary souls. 118 00:12:29,634 --> 00:12:31,269 Fetch more wine. 119 00:12:31,636 --> 00:12:33,972 Wench their thirsts, why don't you? 120 00:12:34,005 --> 00:12:36,374 My lord, we are not here for your wine. 121 00:12:36,408 --> 00:12:38,543 Or your wry observations. 122 00:12:39,110 --> 00:12:41,680 We understand you have business with us, 123 00:12:41,714 --> 00:12:43,248 my lord. 124 00:12:44,115 --> 00:12:45,183 It is not far from here. 125 00:12:45,216 --> 00:12:46,652 The place where they grow the grape. 126 00:12:47,419 --> 00:12:49,521 You should taste it, lord Bedivere. 127 00:12:49,554 --> 00:12:52,090 The business at hand, sire. 128 00:12:54,426 --> 00:12:56,060 Taste it. 129 00:13:03,635 --> 00:13:05,937 It's good, is it not? 130 00:13:06,471 --> 00:13:08,039 Thick. 131 00:13:09,340 --> 00:13:12,277 The business, sire. 132 00:13:13,645 --> 00:13:17,182 - King Arthur is still... - Lord Arthur. 133 00:13:19,584 --> 00:13:21,152 Who sits on the throne? 134 00:13:21,186 --> 00:13:22,620 Camelot has no throne. 135 00:13:22,655 --> 00:13:25,691 Our king takes his seat at the table, 136 00:13:25,724 --> 00:13:27,258 equal to all his knights. 137 00:13:27,292 --> 00:13:29,160 And where are these knights? 138 00:13:30,061 --> 00:13:31,730 Where is this table? 139 00:13:31,764 --> 00:13:32,698 Do you see it? 140 00:13:32,731 --> 00:13:34,466 My Lord. 141 00:13:35,099 --> 00:13:37,635 The table has been destroyed. 142 00:13:37,670 --> 00:13:40,004 Not by me, of course. 143 00:13:40,038 --> 00:13:41,473 By my woodsman. 144 00:13:41,506 --> 00:13:43,308 He refused at first but then I threatened 145 00:13:43,341 --> 00:13:45,678 decapitate him with his own axe, so... 146 00:13:47,479 --> 00:13:50,215 Arthur has abandoned us. 147 00:13:51,483 --> 00:13:53,084 And for what? 148 00:13:53,686 --> 00:13:56,488 War mongering opportunists. 149 00:13:56,521 --> 00:13:57,790 He fights for honor. 150 00:13:57,823 --> 00:14:00,124 This wench has more honor. 151 00:14:00,158 --> 00:14:01,359 He fights for Camelot. 152 00:14:01,392 --> 00:14:03,294 He fights for himself! 153 00:14:11,737 --> 00:14:13,438 He fights for himself. 154 00:14:43,101 --> 00:14:45,004 Arthur, wake up. 155 00:14:52,410 --> 00:14:54,479 We are under threat, my lords. 156 00:14:55,547 --> 00:14:58,583 A Saxon army masses on the other side of the water. 157 00:14:58,616 --> 00:15:02,086 And our king, your king, my father, 158 00:15:02,120 --> 00:15:03,555 has abandoned us. 159 00:15:04,222 --> 00:15:06,090 He has left us to the wolves. 160 00:15:07,191 --> 00:15:09,394 Where is the honor in abandonment? 161 00:15:10,461 --> 00:15:13,264 Where is the honor in neglect? 162 00:15:13,298 --> 00:15:15,099 But now the war in Rome in over. 163 00:15:15,133 --> 00:15:17,068 Arthur will be back amongst us soon. 164 00:15:17,468 --> 00:15:20,572 Before or after the Saxons have spiked your head 165 00:15:20,605 --> 00:15:22,173 onto the gatepost of your hall? 166 00:15:22,206 --> 00:15:26,110 - He would not abandon us. - He already has. 167 00:15:26,144 --> 00:15:28,714 Vortigone. Skulking again. 168 00:15:29,815 --> 00:15:32,584 Not skulking, Agravain. 169 00:15:33,752 --> 00:15:35,320 Listening. 170 00:15:36,220 --> 00:15:38,189 Perhaps you should try it. 171 00:15:38,724 --> 00:15:40,826 One day it might save your life. 172 00:15:42,828 --> 00:15:45,731 Lord Modred is right. These are dangerous times. 173 00:15:45,764 --> 00:15:47,733 Thanks to your so called lord. 174 00:15:59,577 --> 00:16:01,412 Dangerous times, indeed. 175 00:17:11,482 --> 00:17:12,818 Easy. 176 00:17:13,986 --> 00:17:15,688 This one's mine. 177 00:17:25,596 --> 00:17:27,632 We will break bread with our Saxon enemies, 178 00:17:27,666 --> 00:17:29,400 not bone. 179 00:17:30,035 --> 00:17:32,570 Embrace me, lords, this is our new world. 180 00:17:33,939 --> 00:17:35,606 I will not be a part of this. 181 00:17:35,640 --> 00:17:39,812 We must let Camelot die so that we may live. 182 00:17:39,845 --> 00:17:41,914 I would rather die than let that happen! 183 00:17:41,947 --> 00:17:43,849 Easier said than done. 184 00:17:45,616 --> 00:17:47,385 Or is it? 185 00:17:48,386 --> 00:17:50,221 Arthur trusted you. 186 00:17:50,354 --> 00:17:52,623 All the more reason to call him a fool. 187 00:17:52,658 --> 00:17:54,793 - This is treason. - No. 188 00:17:56,061 --> 00:17:57,896 This is loyalty. 189 00:18:05,369 --> 00:18:06,972 Who's with me? 190 00:18:09,373 --> 00:18:11,609 Who's with me?! 191 00:18:48,881 --> 00:18:50,648 What's the matter, 192 00:18:50,682 --> 00:18:53,317 never seen a real woman before? 193 00:18:53,351 --> 00:18:55,353 Few that try to hurt me. 194 00:18:56,021 --> 00:18:57,856 Sorry about your friend. 195 00:18:58,090 --> 00:19:00,726 Not now, Arthur. 196 00:19:04,863 --> 00:19:06,531 Who sent you? 197 00:19:07,465 --> 00:19:10,736 Tell me who sent you or I'll slit your throat. 198 00:19:10,769 --> 00:19:12,938 I very much doubt that. 199 00:19:13,739 --> 00:19:15,040 Who sent you?! 200 00:19:15,073 --> 00:19:17,709 You really have no idea, do you? 201 00:19:24,750 --> 00:19:26,317 No. 202 00:19:28,519 --> 00:19:30,555 Quite the voice she has. 203 00:19:30,588 --> 00:19:31,990 Fit for an angel. 204 00:19:32,024 --> 00:19:33,926 You tell me she lives. 205 00:19:34,693 --> 00:19:37,796 As much as one can live as a prisoner. 206 00:19:38,063 --> 00:19:41,599 Lord Modred does enjoy his treats. 207 00:19:41,632 --> 00:19:43,434 You're going to find a boat. 208 00:19:43,467 --> 00:19:44,903 Soon as you can, sail to England. 209 00:19:44,937 --> 00:19:46,437 Take a horse directly to Camelot. 210 00:19:46,470 --> 00:19:47,973 I've a message for you to deliver. 211 00:19:48,006 --> 00:19:49,908 I'm not some errand girl. 212 00:19:49,942 --> 00:19:51,777 What makes you think I would do that? 213 00:19:55,948 --> 00:19:58,583 At least your friends were dead when they lost these. 214 00:19:58,616 --> 00:20:00,618 How do you expect me to deliver your message 215 00:20:00,652 --> 00:20:01,954 if I can't talk? 216 00:20:01,987 --> 00:20:04,790 Tell Modred to release her, 217 00:20:04,823 --> 00:20:07,693 or his tongue will be the least of his worries. 218 00:20:07,726 --> 00:20:08,927 If you succeed, 219 00:20:08,961 --> 00:20:11,864 you'll live a rich, fruitful life. 220 00:20:11,897 --> 00:20:13,497 I'll make sure of it. 221 00:20:14,733 --> 00:20:16,068 Alright. 222 00:20:18,436 --> 00:20:20,005 We'll be right behind you. 223 00:20:30,983 --> 00:20:32,751 My own blood. 224 00:20:32,951 --> 00:20:34,452 Modred is but a boy. 225 00:20:34,485 --> 00:20:35,787 A murderer. 226 00:20:36,188 --> 00:20:38,456 And he's making a play for Camelot. 227 00:20:40,158 --> 00:20:42,060 My dear Guinevere. 228 00:20:42,094 --> 00:20:43,695 If he's laid a finger on her. 229 00:20:43,729 --> 00:20:46,164 I'll kill him where he stands. 230 00:20:47,632 --> 00:20:50,434 Modred's influence stretches farther than is safe. 231 00:20:51,502 --> 00:20:54,006 Percival, send a bird ahead. 232 00:20:54,039 --> 00:20:56,141 Tell Bedivere to gather a handful of men. 233 00:20:56,174 --> 00:20:57,943 Only the most loyal at the table. 234 00:20:57,976 --> 00:21:01,179 Your most loyal men are here in this room. 235 00:21:01,213 --> 00:21:02,915 Tis not enough. 236 00:21:05,117 --> 00:21:06,018 Send the bird. 237 00:21:06,051 --> 00:21:07,986 Tell them to ready themselves and wait. 238 00:21:08,020 --> 00:21:09,821 We head for the coast immediately. 239 00:21:18,562 --> 00:21:19,865 Thank you. 240 00:21:21,733 --> 00:21:22,500 Thank you. 241 00:21:22,533 --> 00:21:24,903 I do not charge for my company. 242 00:21:28,674 --> 00:21:31,442 Trust Guinevere knows none of your vices, my lord. 243 00:21:32,878 --> 00:21:34,780 Call me not your lord. 244 00:21:34,813 --> 00:21:35,914 You'd prefer an insult? 245 00:21:35,948 --> 00:21:37,515 I'd have preferred 246 00:21:37,548 --> 00:21:39,184 if I had let one of my men be killed. 247 00:21:39,217 --> 00:21:41,853 Tis not your fault, Arthur. 248 00:21:47,726 --> 00:21:50,829 It's hardly the behavior of a king. 249 00:23:22,988 --> 00:23:26,091 How you lust for my bloodline. 250 00:23:33,231 --> 00:23:34,266 Naïve. 251 00:23:35,400 --> 00:23:37,135 Just like your husband. 252 00:23:37,169 --> 00:23:39,738 You know not what he's capable of. 253 00:23:42,140 --> 00:23:44,709 Dead men are but dust, my Queen. 254 00:23:46,211 --> 00:23:48,579 Capable of nothing. 255 00:24:04,296 --> 00:24:07,232 I understand your affection for Arthur ran deep? 256 00:24:07,265 --> 00:24:09,835 Until he turned his cheek from mine. 257 00:24:09,868 --> 00:24:11,970 I've never had any need for friends, my lady. 258 00:24:12,003 --> 00:24:14,306 It is not friendship I offer. 259 00:24:15,207 --> 00:24:17,209 But I can give you my mind. 260 00:24:21,012 --> 00:24:22,747 Of what use is that? 261 00:24:34,759 --> 00:24:36,695 How am I supposed to eat that? 262 00:24:53,211 --> 00:24:54,813 Travels west. 263 00:24:55,947 --> 00:24:59,317 You ned wit about you. When your father does return. 264 00:25:01,052 --> 00:25:02,454 He'd be a fool. 265 00:25:02,487 --> 00:25:04,356 That he would, my lord. 266 00:25:49,367 --> 00:25:51,369 Stand up, you bloody fools. 267 00:25:52,904 --> 00:25:54,139 Welcome home. 268 00:25:54,172 --> 00:25:55,874 Up I tell you. 269 00:25:55,907 --> 00:25:57,309 We're not home yet. 270 00:25:58,143 --> 00:25:59,411 Which way are we headed, my lord? 271 00:26:00,779 --> 00:26:02,247 The safest way. 272 00:26:02,914 --> 00:26:04,249 Lead on. 273 00:26:04,950 --> 00:26:06,718 Is that all, Sir Bedivere? 274 00:26:07,319 --> 00:26:08,887 I'm afraid so. 275 00:26:10,222 --> 00:26:12,824 Not like you to show up, Sir Lucan. 276 00:26:14,793 --> 00:26:16,928 Oft found ducking the fight. 277 00:26:16,962 --> 00:26:18,230 Are you not? 278 00:26:18,964 --> 00:26:20,932 Behave, Sir Tristram. 279 00:26:41,219 --> 00:26:42,954 Where are the others? 280 00:26:43,188 --> 00:26:44,990 Tell me my father's dead. 281 00:26:54,032 --> 00:26:56,167 You will find my father 282 00:26:56,201 --> 00:26:57,502 and you will return him to me. 283 00:26:57,535 --> 00:26:59,337 I know not where they ride. 284 00:26:59,571 --> 00:27:01,239 Vortigone! 285 00:27:02,574 --> 00:27:04,409 The girl needs your assistance. 286 00:27:05,110 --> 00:27:06,978 Show her Arthur's path. 287 00:27:09,414 --> 00:27:11,449 And if you fail me again, 288 00:27:13,351 --> 00:27:16,021 I will slay your peasant family 289 00:27:16,054 --> 00:27:19,057 and leave them to rot in their decrepit hole. 290 00:27:20,859 --> 00:27:22,460 Is that understood? 291 00:27:23,995 --> 00:27:26,131 I shall not fail you, my lord. 292 00:27:38,910 --> 00:27:40,278 Where's it taking us? 293 00:27:40,312 --> 00:27:41,513 I know not. 294 00:27:41,546 --> 00:27:43,014 Camelot? 295 00:27:43,114 --> 00:27:44,282 Not yet. 296 00:27:45,517 --> 00:27:46,951 Are we stopping, Lancelot? I've a rumbling in my stomach. 297 00:27:46,985 --> 00:27:49,187 We'll eat when the bird stops. 298 00:27:49,220 --> 00:27:50,455 Good to see you, my lord. 299 00:27:51,356 --> 00:27:53,024 We always prayed for your return. 300 00:27:53,058 --> 00:27:54,359 The war was long. 301 00:27:55,560 --> 00:27:58,563 Camelot has suffered greatly in your absence, my lord. 302 00:27:58,596 --> 00:28:00,532 You should count yourselves lucky. 303 00:28:01,266 --> 00:28:03,134 You won a great victory, Arthur. 304 00:28:03,168 --> 00:28:04,502 If you say so. 305 00:28:06,137 --> 00:28:07,505 Halt. 306 00:28:10,308 --> 00:28:11,876 Where did it go? 307 00:28:43,141 --> 00:28:44,476 Highness. 308 00:28:47,445 --> 00:28:49,280 I could get used to that. 309 00:28:49,647 --> 00:28:51,249 You might have to. 310 00:28:52,718 --> 00:28:57,255 The great sages of the past kept their secrets close. 311 00:28:58,056 --> 00:28:59,290 But it is written? 312 00:28:59,324 --> 00:29:01,960 There is a volume alluding to it. 313 00:29:01,993 --> 00:29:03,161 Legally binding? 314 00:29:03,194 --> 00:29:06,131 Follow the scripture, my lord, 315 00:29:06,164 --> 00:29:08,967 and you are the law. 316 00:29:34,660 --> 00:29:36,060 Bugger that. 317 00:29:36,094 --> 00:29:37,962 I'm not going in there. 318 00:29:37,996 --> 00:29:39,330 I've been in worse places. 319 00:29:39,364 --> 00:29:40,565 I don't want to hear about your failed 320 00:29:40,598 --> 00:29:42,300 female conquests, Percival. 321 00:29:42,333 --> 00:29:44,035 There's magic in there. 322 00:29:44,068 --> 00:29:45,003 Look at it! 323 00:29:46,004 --> 00:29:47,706 I'd sooner dip my cock in a witch's cauldron. 324 00:29:47,740 --> 00:29:49,207 Quiet! 325 00:29:50,041 --> 00:29:53,178 Arthur, come to me. 326 00:29:54,379 --> 00:29:56,047 I want you. 327 00:29:56,314 --> 00:29:57,615 We go on. 328 00:30:01,052 --> 00:30:02,287 Really? 329 00:30:22,474 --> 00:30:23,742 Arthur, 330 00:30:27,746 --> 00:30:29,682 I've been waiting for you, my King. 331 00:30:31,416 --> 00:30:33,017 Come to me. 332 00:30:41,226 --> 00:30:42,527 This way. 333 00:30:42,761 --> 00:30:44,395 Are you sure, my lord? 334 00:30:45,597 --> 00:30:47,098 No such thing. 335 00:30:48,333 --> 00:30:49,601 Walk on. 336 00:31:18,096 --> 00:31:19,497 Arthur. 337 00:31:20,766 --> 00:31:22,600 - Come here. - No! 338 00:31:22,634 --> 00:31:24,803 I've been waiting... 339 00:31:46,859 --> 00:31:48,092 Wait. 340 00:32:32,705 --> 00:32:35,173 Tether you horses. We'll make camp here tonight. 341 00:32:35,206 --> 00:32:37,175 Bedivere, I'll leave the fire to you. 342 00:32:37,776 --> 00:32:40,178 Lucan, Branor find us some meat for the pots. 343 00:32:40,211 --> 00:32:42,180 Aye. Proper scran. 344 00:32:42,213 --> 00:32:43,581 And get some rest. 345 00:32:43,615 --> 00:32:46,117 When your bellies are full, I will need your counsel. 346 00:33:01,734 --> 00:33:03,702 Is there a problem, my lady? 347 00:33:05,303 --> 00:33:07,171 I sense an unease. 348 00:33:08,707 --> 00:33:11,142 A belief or longing, perhaps? Yes, yes. 349 00:33:12,276 --> 00:33:13,779 That's what it is. 350 00:33:14,545 --> 00:33:15,613 False hope. 351 00:33:18,483 --> 00:33:21,720 Alas, your ignorance won't save your so-called king. 352 00:33:26,759 --> 00:33:30,461 If that treacherous bastard does make it back to Camelot... 353 00:33:32,330 --> 00:33:34,332 he will die by my hand, 354 00:33:34,365 --> 00:33:37,903 and you will bow to me, your eternal king. 355 00:33:43,008 --> 00:33:45,878 You, my Queen. 356 00:33:46,779 --> 00:33:48,479 My whore. 357 00:33:48,579 --> 00:33:51,649 Night after night, on your knees by my throne. 358 00:33:53,384 --> 00:33:54,820 At my wish. 359 00:34:19,945 --> 00:34:22,681 We should be riding for Camelot now. 360 00:34:22,715 --> 00:34:24,750 I don't understand why we're still here. 361 00:34:24,783 --> 00:34:27,019 You ever needed to question your king before, 362 00:34:27,052 --> 00:34:27,920 Sir Tristram? 363 00:34:27,953 --> 00:34:29,955 I question not his wisdom, Bedivere, 364 00:34:29,988 --> 00:34:31,690 merely his intentions. 365 00:34:32,691 --> 00:34:34,660 A dark shadow now rests on his heart. 366 00:34:35,626 --> 00:34:36,695 Sir Branor, 367 00:34:36,729 --> 00:34:38,329 your lands are closet to Camelot. 368 00:34:38,362 --> 00:34:39,932 Tell us what we may expect. 369 00:34:40,498 --> 00:34:42,300 Modred waits for the Saxons. 370 00:34:42,333 --> 00:34:43,468 Yet without them by his side, 371 00:34:43,501 --> 00:34:45,336 you still failed to protect the throne. 372 00:34:45,369 --> 00:34:47,572 We were too few, Sir Tristram. 373 00:34:47,840 --> 00:34:49,407 They needed us. 374 00:34:49,440 --> 00:34:50,776 And where were our brothers when we needed you 375 00:34:50,809 --> 00:34:51,910 against the Romans? 376 00:34:51,944 --> 00:34:53,611 Protecting our families. 377 00:34:53,644 --> 00:34:54,813 You made safe your own lands 378 00:34:54,847 --> 00:34:56,314 while the heart of England rotted. 379 00:34:56,347 --> 00:34:57,750 That's enough, Tristram. 380 00:34:57,783 --> 00:35:00,284 Modred's treachery was unforeseen. 381 00:35:00,318 --> 00:35:01,720 The nobles who follow him 382 00:35:01,754 --> 00:35:02,955 are ruled by fear and greed. 383 00:35:02,988 --> 00:35:06,557 And how would you know that, Sir Lucan? 384 00:35:06,591 --> 00:35:07,492 Slander. 385 00:35:07,525 --> 00:35:09,061 I said that's enough. 386 00:35:09,094 --> 00:35:10,863 I merely speak what we all feel. 387 00:35:10,896 --> 00:35:12,497 - Tristram! - These cowards 388 00:35:12,530 --> 00:35:14,332 seem like they don't wanna fight at all! 389 00:35:18,771 --> 00:35:19,604 Enough! 390 00:35:19,637 --> 00:35:22,674 Waste not energy mourning the unknown. 391 00:35:53,571 --> 00:35:54,940 Merlin. 392 00:35:57,976 --> 00:35:59,878 Walk with me, Arthur. 393 00:36:03,548 --> 00:36:05,416 I told you this place was magic. 394 00:36:27,940 --> 00:36:30,408 You're distracted from your cause. 395 00:36:33,946 --> 00:36:36,081 That poison doesn't help. 396 00:36:38,851 --> 00:36:41,385 What is my cause, Merlin? 397 00:36:42,553 --> 00:36:44,089 You need not me to answer. 398 00:36:44,122 --> 00:36:47,926 I fought a war and can't even remember why. 399 00:36:47,960 --> 00:36:50,929 I sent ten thousand men to their deaths. 400 00:36:50,963 --> 00:36:54,132 And the reason has been lost. 401 00:36:54,166 --> 00:36:56,434 What better reason than home. 402 00:36:58,003 --> 00:36:59,705 A home I have not protected. 403 00:37:00,706 --> 00:37:03,441 Tavern fights, laying with women I cannot recall. 404 00:37:03,474 --> 00:37:05,010 Only a fool would call me king. 405 00:37:05,043 --> 00:37:07,079 Your men are no fools, Arthur. 406 00:37:10,048 --> 00:37:12,684 Their own men, not mine. 407 00:37:13,451 --> 00:37:14,853 I hear them. 408 00:37:14,887 --> 00:37:16,021 Their gossip. 409 00:37:16,655 --> 00:37:19,091 Fear is what you hear. 410 00:37:19,124 --> 00:37:21,159 Of losing their leader. 411 00:37:22,460 --> 00:37:24,863 No leader would fail to raise a loyal son. 412 00:37:24,897 --> 00:37:26,631 Modred shares your blood, Arthur. 413 00:37:26,665 --> 00:37:28,200 Not your destiny. 414 00:37:28,233 --> 00:37:30,802 Excalibur was my destiny. 415 00:37:32,070 --> 00:37:33,537 Even that abandoned me. 416 00:37:33,571 --> 00:37:36,008 And it will return to you when you are ready. 417 00:37:39,477 --> 00:37:40,946 What if I'm never ready. 418 00:37:40,979 --> 00:37:43,481 Then you pretend to be until you are. 419 00:37:56,962 --> 00:37:58,697 Your King! 420 00:38:02,500 --> 00:38:04,568 Whom do you serve, Sir Tristram? 421 00:38:05,904 --> 00:38:07,471 I serve you, my lord. 422 00:38:09,841 --> 00:38:11,475 To my dying day. 423 00:38:11,944 --> 00:38:14,012 And you've forgotten who you are. 424 00:38:15,213 --> 00:38:17,849 We've all forgotten who we are. 425 00:38:19,217 --> 00:38:21,987 We kneel on ancient ground. 426 00:38:22,020 --> 00:38:23,554 Sacred ground. 427 00:38:24,089 --> 00:38:26,258 This is the Circle of Avalon, 428 00:38:26,291 --> 00:38:28,961 where the very code that we live by was born. 429 00:38:30,829 --> 00:38:33,732 You are wrong to bow to me. 430 00:38:34,900 --> 00:38:39,204 Your duty is to Camelot, my lords. 431 00:38:39,237 --> 00:38:41,673 Your duty is to each other. 432 00:38:41,707 --> 00:38:44,475 Our duty is to each other. 433 00:38:46,244 --> 00:38:47,879 Rise. 434 00:38:48,180 --> 00:38:50,882 Rise from your knees. Take each other by the arm. 435 00:38:51,783 --> 00:38:54,219 And remember who we are. 436 00:38:54,252 --> 00:38:59,224 Remember what we stand for. What we fight to uphold. 437 00:38:59,257 --> 00:39:02,194 Rise and remember we are more than men. 438 00:39:02,961 --> 00:39:06,231 We are knights, chosen to protect a kingdom. 439 00:39:06,264 --> 00:39:12,204 Chosen to protect a people, chosen to protect Camelot. 440 00:39:13,939 --> 00:39:15,741 We are more than men. 441 00:39:15,774 --> 00:39:18,777 We are more than brothers. 442 00:39:21,645 --> 00:39:24,683 We are knights of the Round Table. 443 00:40:26,945 --> 00:40:28,646 Keep your wits. 444 00:40:31,416 --> 00:40:33,885 I... I knew not what to do. 445 00:40:33,919 --> 00:40:35,987 What did you see? Who did this? 446 00:40:37,022 --> 00:40:38,857 The woman, sir. 447 00:40:39,124 --> 00:40:41,993 My lord, I... I failed him. I failed you. 448 00:40:42,027 --> 00:40:43,361 Any others? 449 00:40:46,298 --> 00:40:47,999 No, sir. 450 00:40:49,067 --> 00:40:50,836 Tristram. Bedivere. 451 00:40:50,869 --> 00:40:52,636 Seek her out, return her alive. 452 00:40:52,671 --> 00:40:55,107 Modred has made his move. Now we must make ours. 453 00:41:27,472 --> 00:41:29,040 Nothing, my lord. 454 00:41:32,344 --> 00:41:34,146 It is not without reason. 455 00:41:36,715 --> 00:41:38,950 One by one she will hunt us. 456 00:41:38,984 --> 00:41:40,752 Until she has me alone. 457 00:41:42,854 --> 00:41:45,056 Our queen can wait no more. 458 00:41:52,864 --> 00:41:54,199 My lord. 459 00:41:58,336 --> 00:42:00,238 Tell Vortigone I want to be wed 460 00:42:00,272 --> 00:42:01,940 by the week's end. 461 00:42:13,919 --> 00:42:15,720 Mordred has imprisoned the Queen 462 00:42:15,754 --> 00:42:17,255 and captured the throne. 463 00:42:17,289 --> 00:42:19,324 Time waits not for us. 464 00:42:20,292 --> 00:42:21,760 You travel on foot. 465 00:42:21,793 --> 00:42:23,495 "You?" 466 00:42:23,528 --> 00:42:25,030 Why not we? 467 00:42:25,063 --> 00:42:27,299 I cannot risk losing more men. 468 00:42:27,332 --> 00:42:28,900 I shall travel alone. 469 00:42:28,934 --> 00:42:30,802 We're two days out from Camelot. 470 00:42:30,835 --> 00:42:32,304 We must travel undetected. 471 00:42:32,871 --> 00:42:35,407 - My lord. - On foot, I said. 472 00:42:35,440 --> 00:42:36,942 No horses? 473 00:42:37,042 --> 00:42:38,810 No horses. 474 00:42:40,879 --> 00:42:42,447 We must be vigilant. 475 00:42:42,480 --> 00:42:44,449 Take the road less travelled. 476 00:42:44,482 --> 00:42:47,252 If anything separates us, we will find each other again, 477 00:42:47,285 --> 00:42:49,421 under our castle's hill, 478 00:42:49,454 --> 00:42:52,390 as the sun dips into the ocean on the second day. 479 00:42:53,425 --> 00:42:55,260 Great tragedy is coming. 480 00:42:56,261 --> 00:42:58,363 Such are the spoils of war. 481 00:43:00,031 --> 00:43:01,833 Yet we fight on. 482 00:43:02,534 --> 00:43:04,069 For Camelot. 483 00:43:06,037 --> 00:43:07,038 For Branor. 484 00:43:07,138 --> 00:43:08,473 For Branor. 485 00:43:16,448 --> 00:43:17,949 Away with the horses. 486 00:43:29,361 --> 00:43:31,162 Up early, Sir Lancelot. 487 00:43:31,563 --> 00:43:33,531 I'll sleep when Camelot is safe. 488 00:43:33,565 --> 00:43:35,500 I need you to head West. 489 00:43:36,067 --> 00:43:36,868 To Mythr. 490 00:43:36,901 --> 00:43:38,937 I chance you'll find Sir Kay there. 491 00:43:38,970 --> 00:43:41,006 Tell him to gather as many true men as he can, 492 00:43:41,039 --> 00:43:43,041 and meet us at the castle hill. 493 00:43:43,074 --> 00:43:44,909 My lord, we have marched side by side 494 00:43:44,943 --> 00:43:46,478 since we left these shores. 495 00:43:47,479 --> 00:43:49,047 I'm not about to leave you now. 496 00:43:49,080 --> 00:43:50,882 You're not leaving me. 497 00:43:50,915 --> 00:43:52,284 You're following an order. 498 00:43:54,519 --> 00:43:56,421 My lord. 499 00:43:56,454 --> 00:43:58,290 You're a good man, Lancelot. 500 00:43:58,423 --> 00:44:00,091 My loyalist of friends. 501 00:44:00,125 --> 00:44:01,559 As long as you are king, 502 00:44:02,927 --> 00:44:04,562 what I am has no bearing. 503 00:44:37,095 --> 00:44:38,997 He won't last, you know. 504 00:44:40,932 --> 00:44:44,369 This new nailed god of yours. 505 00:44:46,538 --> 00:44:49,040 I'm not sure he's going to take hold in Britain. 506 00:44:51,242 --> 00:44:53,945 Is there something I can help you with, my lady? 507 00:44:55,647 --> 00:44:58,316 Our Lord Modred is getting wed. 508 00:45:00,352 --> 00:45:02,053 Congratulations. 509 00:45:03,021 --> 00:45:04,356 In the eyes of the church? 510 00:45:04,389 --> 00:45:06,157 So he intends. 511 00:45:07,092 --> 00:45:10,895 I was not aware his beliefs fit to the Christian faith. 512 00:45:10,929 --> 00:45:13,164 He looks to please the Saxons. 513 00:45:15,500 --> 00:45:17,302 Who's the fortunate lady? 514 00:45:20,071 --> 00:45:21,606 Queen Guinevere. 515 00:45:24,342 --> 00:45:27,045 The heart wants what the heart wants, Brother. 516 00:45:27,078 --> 00:45:29,214 But she is already wed 517 00:45:30,148 --> 00:45:31,583 to our king. 518 00:45:32,117 --> 00:45:34,452 Not in the eyes of the church. 519 00:45:34,486 --> 00:45:36,054 I cannot believe Queen Guinevere 520 00:45:36,087 --> 00:45:37,922 would have part in such a façade. 521 00:45:37,956 --> 00:45:40,058 She will do as her king commands. 522 00:45:41,025 --> 00:45:42,527 This is treason. 523 00:45:42,560 --> 00:45:45,630 Think sensibly, Brother Cedric. 524 00:45:45,664 --> 00:45:47,999 You will see that Modred is wed 525 00:45:48,032 --> 00:45:50,268 and you will crown him king. 526 00:45:50,301 --> 00:45:52,404 Only a fool would try to take Arthur's throne. 527 00:45:53,505 --> 00:45:55,540 Only a heretic would kill a monk. 528 00:46:12,190 --> 00:46:13,391 You must be tired. 529 00:46:13,425 --> 00:46:16,161 I'm used to marching, Young Alexander. 530 00:46:16,194 --> 00:46:18,096 Though, a horse never goes a miss. 531 00:46:18,129 --> 00:46:21,099 I don't mean that, I mean tired of fighting. 532 00:46:21,700 --> 00:46:23,201 It's what we do. 533 00:46:23,234 --> 00:46:25,103 What was it like? Rome? 534 00:46:26,204 --> 00:46:29,174 We never made it into the city, but I heard stories. 535 00:46:29,207 --> 00:46:30,743 No doubt you did, too. 536 00:46:30,776 --> 00:46:32,577 What about the battles? 537 00:46:32,610 --> 00:46:35,380 They fought with honor. Unlike our Saxon friends. 538 00:46:36,414 --> 00:46:37,515 Should I fear the Saxons? 539 00:46:37,549 --> 00:46:40,118 Saxons fight like animals, Alexander. 540 00:46:40,151 --> 00:46:41,654 Like feral wolves. 541 00:46:41,687 --> 00:46:44,589 They'll eat you alive given half the chance. 542 00:46:44,622 --> 00:46:46,958 Modred's guards are worse. 543 00:46:47,726 --> 00:46:49,294 Calm down, Sir Lucan. 544 00:46:49,795 --> 00:46:51,262 You'll scare the lad. 545 00:46:51,296 --> 00:46:53,031 Nothing wrong with a bit of fear. 546 00:46:53,064 --> 00:46:54,532 Don't trouble yourself, young 'un. 547 00:46:54,566 --> 00:46:56,367 We don't often lose. Go on. 548 00:47:13,284 --> 00:47:15,420 These fish know not their suffering. 549 00:47:15,721 --> 00:47:17,756 Their destiny is not their own. 550 00:47:17,790 --> 00:47:20,258 Such is there place, young Modred. 551 00:47:21,226 --> 00:47:23,328 You used to bring me here as a child. 552 00:47:24,462 --> 00:47:25,997 Do you remember? 553 00:47:29,133 --> 00:47:30,568 It's funny, isn't it? 554 00:47:32,337 --> 00:47:34,339 The queen of Camelot and yet she does not even love 555 00:47:34,372 --> 00:47:36,541 the future king she is to wed. 556 00:47:44,349 --> 00:47:47,085 You will marry me. 557 00:47:47,118 --> 00:47:49,053 Or I will kill you. 558 00:47:51,690 --> 00:47:56,194 But first you will provide me with an heir. 559 00:48:05,771 --> 00:48:07,673 Do you think you're a worthy king? 560 00:48:08,707 --> 00:48:11,409 Even Modred is wrong about you. 561 00:48:11,442 --> 00:48:13,111 He thinks you're a traitor. 562 00:48:14,279 --> 00:48:17,315 But the truth is, you're nothing more than a murderer. 563 00:48:18,717 --> 00:48:21,185 Where were you when my father was fighting 564 00:48:21,219 --> 00:48:22,821 to keep Camelot safe? 565 00:48:22,855 --> 00:48:26,224 I offer a thousand thanks to your father, 566 00:48:26,257 --> 00:48:28,226 on behalf of all of Camelot. 567 00:48:28,259 --> 00:48:30,595 But forget the other thousand slain. 568 00:48:30,628 --> 00:48:33,331 Whilst you drank your ale and ravaged your women. 569 00:48:33,364 --> 00:48:35,333 And now just because your whore wife 570 00:48:35,366 --> 00:48:37,302 is in danger you see fit to return. 571 00:48:37,335 --> 00:48:38,771 You know nothing. 572 00:48:38,804 --> 00:48:41,472 I fight only to protect our land 573 00:48:41,506 --> 00:48:43,776 and our queen to whom my heart belongs. 574 00:48:43,809 --> 00:48:45,443 I fight for my father! 575 00:48:50,749 --> 00:48:52,150 Let me go. 576 00:48:53,251 --> 00:48:54,787 I shall right your suffering. 577 00:48:54,820 --> 00:48:57,221 Not just me that has suffered. 578 00:48:57,790 --> 00:49:01,092 It was my choice, tou'd be dead already. 579 00:49:07,332 --> 00:49:09,601 I must keep my end of the bargain. 580 00:49:34,425 --> 00:49:37,428 Does everyone enjoy pain as much as your queen? 581 00:49:37,462 --> 00:49:39,330 Do not tempt me to show you. 582 00:49:39,364 --> 00:49:40,699 I need not be shown. 583 00:49:40,733 --> 00:49:43,401 Every night I hear screams. 584 00:49:43,434 --> 00:49:46,537 And unlike you, Modred will not tire of her! 585 00:49:56,581 --> 00:49:58,449 Your fear offends me. 586 00:49:58,717 --> 00:50:01,854 - Fear only I may kill a lady. - A lady? 587 00:50:02,788 --> 00:50:04,489 You speak of the wrong woman! 588 00:50:09,828 --> 00:50:11,797 Do not force my hand. 589 00:50:11,830 --> 00:50:13,766 Says he who bows to me! 590 00:50:32,851 --> 00:50:35,219 He will kill Guinevere. 591 00:50:46,832 --> 00:50:48,734 God, forgive me. 592 00:51:35,080 --> 00:51:36,647 Do you mind? 593 00:51:38,016 --> 00:51:40,351 This is my castle to explore. 594 00:51:42,955 --> 00:51:44,622 As is your body, 595 00:51:45,057 --> 00:51:46,658 my queen. 596 00:51:52,998 --> 00:51:54,833 Not so brave now. 597 00:51:56,501 --> 00:51:59,437 My body is no more yours than the throne. 598 00:52:09,514 --> 00:52:11,349 Tell me. 599 00:52:11,382 --> 00:52:14,853 Where does a boy, who thinks so little of himself, 600 00:52:14,887 --> 00:52:18,991 find the nerve to claim the very honor that scares him so. 601 00:52:19,024 --> 00:52:23,327 To steal the role of a man who puts terror in his heart. 602 00:52:23,361 --> 00:52:26,364 Child, your father is coming and when he does 603 00:52:26,397 --> 00:52:29,001 and you're down on your knees begging him for Mercy, 604 00:52:29,034 --> 00:52:32,436 you'll wonder why you, a pathetic little rat, 605 00:52:32,470 --> 00:52:36,975 ever decided to take so much, and leave you little 606 00:52:37,009 --> 00:52:39,678 for the Camelot you betrayed! 607 00:53:05,469 --> 00:53:09,440 Tell me, are all Arthur's men so fragile? 608 00:53:09,473 --> 00:53:10,876 Who do you speak of? 609 00:53:12,678 --> 00:53:15,113 No one, my Queen. 610 00:54:13,972 --> 00:54:15,606 You can't be real. 611 00:54:17,075 --> 00:54:19,044 Fear not the truth, my lord. 612 00:54:27,152 --> 00:54:28,887 Come closer to me. 613 00:54:31,555 --> 00:54:33,725 You look so cold, my love. 614 00:54:35,961 --> 00:54:37,963 Tis I, Lancelot. 615 00:54:37,996 --> 00:54:39,898 And I would not harm you. 616 00:54:54,645 --> 00:54:55,948 Come. 617 00:55:57,109 --> 00:55:58,576 To Camelot. 618 00:56:13,658 --> 00:56:14,860 My lords. 619 00:56:17,062 --> 00:56:18,596 Welcome home. 620 00:56:32,244 --> 00:56:33,611 No sign of Arthur. 621 00:56:34,112 --> 00:56:35,280 Or Lancelot. 622 00:56:35,313 --> 00:56:36,915 Must have beaten them here. 623 00:57:32,070 --> 00:57:34,638 I didn't think you'd come so easily. 624 00:57:36,875 --> 00:57:39,177 Vortigone enjoyed your taste. 625 00:57:39,911 --> 00:57:41,346 Or should I say, 626 00:57:43,048 --> 00:57:44,916 the one that got away. 627 00:57:45,283 --> 00:57:47,919 Camelot thinks you're strong, Sir Lancelot. 628 00:57:48,153 --> 00:57:51,223 But we both know the honor that drives your sword. 629 00:57:54,059 --> 00:57:57,796 I could not have asked for a finer wedding gift. 630 00:58:01,266 --> 00:58:03,835 Tell me, how is my father? 631 00:58:03,869 --> 00:58:05,871 He cares nothing for you. 632 00:58:08,406 --> 00:58:10,308 You don't think I know that? 633 00:58:11,309 --> 00:58:13,778 You don't I've always known that? 634 00:58:22,888 --> 00:58:24,923 The whore is mine. 635 00:58:42,007 --> 00:58:43,909 Did you build all of this? 636 00:58:43,942 --> 00:58:46,444 - Was it a surprise for me? - No! Arthur! 637 00:58:47,045 --> 00:58:48,413 Father! 638 00:58:48,446 --> 00:58:49,915 Father! 639 00:58:50,515 --> 00:58:51,883 Father! 640 00:58:59,324 --> 00:59:00,759 Merlin! 641 00:59:02,460 --> 00:59:04,062 Merlin! 642 00:59:04,529 --> 00:59:06,097 Tell me you are real! 643 00:59:07,899 --> 00:59:10,101 I cannot go on alone! 644 00:59:12,237 --> 00:59:15,173 I have failed my queen! My country! 645 00:59:17,309 --> 00:59:19,177 I killed a girl. 646 00:59:20,812 --> 00:59:23,683 A warrior whose father gave his life for our land. 647 00:59:27,552 --> 00:59:29,754 You did what you had to do. 648 00:59:29,788 --> 00:59:31,356 Look upon me. 649 00:59:31,389 --> 00:59:33,758 I am no king! 650 00:59:43,301 --> 00:59:45,403 I talk but do you listen? 651 00:59:47,339 --> 00:59:50,375 A king does not mourn his own betrayal. 652 00:59:50,408 --> 00:59:53,111 He does not fight so others can rest. 653 00:59:53,144 --> 00:59:56,314 He does not survive because he fears death. 654 00:59:56,348 --> 01:00:00,151 He endures so that he can protect his people. 655 01:00:02,354 --> 01:00:03,955 His country. 656 01:00:06,091 --> 01:00:07,492 But most of all, he endures 657 01:00:07,525 --> 01:00:10,228 so he can empower those who cannot. 658 01:00:11,062 --> 01:00:13,198 Who dream of sitting at the Round Table 659 01:00:13,231 --> 01:00:16,101 beside the man they spend every minute of every day 660 01:00:16,134 --> 01:00:17,435 aspiring to be. 661 01:00:17,469 --> 01:00:22,140 So that they, one day, can be every inch that man. 662 01:00:22,173 --> 01:00:24,909 You their king. 663 01:00:39,157 --> 01:00:41,226 I know what troubles you, Arthur. 664 01:00:41,259 --> 01:00:43,128 What haunts your sleep. 665 01:00:44,929 --> 01:00:47,899 She's gone, Merlin. 666 01:00:47,932 --> 01:00:49,467 She's gone. 667 01:00:50,168 --> 01:00:52,404 Only if you believe it so. 668 01:01:05,116 --> 01:01:08,086 I did enjoy playing with the rat's emotions. 669 01:01:08,386 --> 01:01:10,021 All locked up. 670 01:01:10,055 --> 01:01:11,423 Bedraggled. 671 01:01:12,424 --> 01:01:14,993 I wonder if news of our imminent wedlock 672 01:01:15,026 --> 01:01:17,195 will draw my father more hastily? 673 01:01:18,096 --> 01:01:20,498 Killing his bastard son will be drive enough. 674 01:01:23,501 --> 01:01:25,270 You should try that on. 675 01:01:26,004 --> 01:01:27,839 I'd sooner wear rags. 676 01:01:28,973 --> 01:01:31,409 You will play nicely 677 01:01:31,443 --> 01:01:33,578 or you will watch as I dismember him. 678 01:01:44,690 --> 01:01:46,624 I've brought the wedding forward a little. 679 01:01:47,359 --> 01:01:49,561 Your ladies will be attending presently. 680 01:01:51,196 --> 01:01:53,631 Make sure you're bathed and rested. 681 01:01:53,666 --> 01:01:55,867 You shan't be getting any sleep tonight. 682 01:02:27,532 --> 01:02:29,134 Arthur. 683 01:02:33,405 --> 01:02:35,173 Come here. 684 01:03:02,066 --> 01:03:03,334 Merlin! 685 01:03:03,736 --> 01:03:05,270 Merlin! 686 01:04:29,420 --> 01:04:30,555 Is it true? 687 01:04:32,490 --> 01:04:33,391 Aye, my lady. 688 01:04:33,424 --> 01:04:35,794 He Keeps him in a cell below the ground. 689 01:04:35,828 --> 01:04:38,496 You'll have to hurry the guards will be back soon. 690 01:04:41,633 --> 01:04:43,101 Keep the doors locked, 691 01:04:43,134 --> 01:04:44,737 tell any visitors I bathe. 692 01:04:45,136 --> 01:04:46,437 My lady, 693 01:04:46,538 --> 01:04:48,239 it is too dangerous. 694 01:04:48,406 --> 01:04:50,041 Am I not your queen? 695 01:05:16,769 --> 01:05:18,603 - My lady. - Shh. 696 01:05:18,636 --> 01:05:20,371 Be quiet, my lord. 697 01:05:28,279 --> 01:05:29,682 No, Lancelot. 698 01:05:31,884 --> 01:05:34,519 How I've missed your touch, my dear lady. 699 01:05:34,552 --> 01:05:36,254 I'm no one's lady. 700 01:05:38,590 --> 01:05:40,693 Tell me you don't feel the same. 701 01:05:45,296 --> 01:05:46,799 What about Arthur? 702 01:05:51,369 --> 01:05:53,906 The Saxons near as the wedding approaches. 703 01:05:53,939 --> 01:05:55,708 You mustn't allow it. 704 01:05:56,307 --> 01:05:58,476 Say no, sweet Guinevere. 705 01:05:59,712 --> 01:06:02,113 It's not my choice to make. 706 01:06:07,218 --> 01:06:08,721 I must go. 707 01:06:10,823 --> 01:06:12,557 I shall find a way. 708 01:06:15,828 --> 01:06:17,629 Have faith. 709 01:06:48,994 --> 01:06:50,361 Uh. 710 01:06:50,395 --> 01:06:51,596 This is useless. 711 01:06:51,629 --> 01:06:53,966 How are we meant to beat the Saxons with these court jesters 712 01:06:53,999 --> 01:06:55,801 swinging their tiny cocks about? 713 01:06:55,834 --> 01:06:57,770 I fear they will eat us alive. 714 01:06:58,236 --> 01:06:59,537 Did your mothers never warn you 715 01:06:59,570 --> 01:07:01,439 about playing in the rain? 716 01:07:04,009 --> 01:07:05,911 Ready for blood, my lords? 717 01:07:36,641 --> 01:07:40,244 My lord, the Saxon nobles have set sail. 718 01:07:43,381 --> 01:07:44,983 Then stock up the wine. 719 01:07:45,751 --> 01:07:47,251 Let us ready for a wedding. 720 01:07:47,285 --> 01:07:49,454 And what of your bride? 721 01:07:51,056 --> 01:07:54,893 The scriptures say once made King he can re-marry. 722 01:07:55,861 --> 01:07:59,397 Then after the wedding I have no more use for her. 723 01:08:00,598 --> 01:08:02,400 Perhaps you could get rid of her for me. 724 01:08:02,433 --> 01:08:04,870 Another petty favor, my lord. 725 01:08:04,903 --> 01:08:07,538 It is worth all the favors in the world 726 01:08:08,841 --> 01:08:10,508 to become my queen. 727 01:08:14,780 --> 01:08:16,581 Make her suffer. 728 01:08:41,039 --> 01:08:43,541 I must admit, Vortigone, 729 01:08:43,574 --> 01:08:45,878 I did not think you would stoop so low. 730 01:08:46,444 --> 01:08:50,314 No, I've stooped much lower, my lady. 731 01:08:51,382 --> 01:08:52,951 Ask your husband. 732 01:08:53,952 --> 01:08:56,789 A lucky escape, I think he called it. 733 01:08:56,822 --> 01:08:59,524 Shame the same can't be said for yourself. 734 01:09:01,626 --> 01:09:03,561 You have no idea what is coming. 735 01:09:10,102 --> 01:09:15,339 Do you think I dote on Modred or consider his heart? 736 01:09:16,440 --> 01:09:19,644 He has the same weak blood as his father. 737 01:09:19,678 --> 01:09:21,747 The Saxons will eat him alive. 738 01:09:23,749 --> 01:09:29,620 Finally with me as Queen, 739 01:09:29,655 --> 01:09:32,523 Camelot will be the envy of all Britain. 740 01:09:34,525 --> 01:09:37,963 And yet, no one will love you. 741 01:09:40,098 --> 01:09:41,532 Hurry along. 742 01:09:42,701 --> 01:09:44,602 Your fiancé waits. 743 01:09:52,577 --> 01:09:56,081 My Lord, it is not too late. 744 01:09:56,682 --> 01:09:58,984 To banish yourself, I wonder. 745 01:09:59,017 --> 01:10:01,419 You do not have to go through with this. 746 01:10:03,021 --> 01:10:04,756 You are a prince. 747 01:10:06,158 --> 01:10:10,729 One day, perhaps, Camelot will be yours by right. 748 01:10:10,829 --> 01:10:12,764 Correct me if I'm wrong, brother, 749 01:10:12,798 --> 01:10:14,867 but you took the purse I offered you? 750 01:10:20,571 --> 01:10:22,473 I only offer council, my lord. 751 01:10:22,506 --> 01:10:24,877 That's the problem with your sort. 752 01:10:24,910 --> 01:10:26,745 You think you're better. 753 01:10:26,778 --> 01:10:29,647 What do you call it, "enlightened"? 754 01:10:30,615 --> 01:10:32,117 But you're not. 755 01:10:32,617 --> 01:10:34,853 You're just like me. 756 01:10:36,121 --> 01:10:40,458 So, take your purse and keep your counsel. 757 01:10:45,197 --> 01:10:45,864 Well? 758 01:10:45,898 --> 01:10:48,033 She's on her way, my lord. 759 01:10:48,066 --> 01:10:49,533 Then let us not keep our wedding guests 760 01:10:49,567 --> 01:10:51,069 waiting any longer. 761 01:11:00,812 --> 01:11:02,413 Bring in the meat. 762 01:11:33,577 --> 01:11:35,213 Bow, my lords. 763 01:11:44,289 --> 01:11:46,124 I passed through a village. 764 01:11:46,158 --> 01:11:48,827 All the talk was of a great feast tonight. 765 01:11:48,860 --> 01:11:51,263 We target the Great Hall, that's where he'll be. 766 01:11:51,296 --> 01:11:52,731 There is a cave. 767 01:11:52,764 --> 01:11:53,932 Not a half a mile from here 768 01:11:53,966 --> 01:11:55,867 that leads us directly to a tunnel. 769 01:11:56,802 --> 01:11:59,838 A storm drain takes us into the heart of Camelot. 770 01:12:01,940 --> 01:12:04,209 Now we take no prisoners. 771 01:12:04,242 --> 01:12:05,777 We show no mercy. 772 01:12:05,811 --> 01:12:07,846 Anyone who tries to defend Modred, 773 01:12:07,879 --> 01:12:09,881 let them choke on their own blood. 774 01:12:09,915 --> 01:12:11,515 And if we fail? 775 01:12:11,549 --> 01:12:13,617 Failure is not an option. 776 01:12:13,651 --> 01:12:15,921 We cannot let the Saxons rule with an iron fist 777 01:12:15,954 --> 01:12:18,256 over the people who make Camelot what it is. 778 01:12:19,925 --> 01:12:25,964 My lords, I have not been the leader I aspire to be. 779 01:12:26,131 --> 01:12:28,800 King is a crown I've not always borne with ease. 780 01:12:30,068 --> 01:12:31,569 But I could choose no men 781 01:12:31,602 --> 01:12:33,772 with whom I'd rather share a fight today. 782 01:12:36,141 --> 01:12:37,843 The honor is mine. 783 01:12:43,749 --> 01:12:45,784 Our world is changing. 784 01:12:47,252 --> 01:12:50,022 Some are bringers of change. 785 01:12:51,089 --> 01:12:53,725 Others have change thrust upon them. 786 01:12:54,926 --> 01:12:57,561 But we must all adapt to it. 787 01:12:57,595 --> 01:12:59,264 We must all embrace it. 788 01:12:59,297 --> 01:13:02,200 And today I ask you, I urge you, 789 01:13:02,234 --> 01:13:05,237 to embrace a change for the good. 790 01:13:25,724 --> 01:13:27,359 Applaud your queen. 791 01:13:49,014 --> 01:13:51,817 When we get through, head straight to your positions. 792 01:13:52,751 --> 01:13:54,186 Leave Modred to me. 793 01:14:00,425 --> 01:14:02,127 Douse the torches. 794 01:14:07,933 --> 01:14:09,734 Kneel with her, my lord. 795 01:14:19,845 --> 01:14:22,247 I knew you'd see sense one day, my lady. 796 01:14:23,381 --> 01:14:25,684 One day you'll be on your knees 797 01:14:25,717 --> 01:14:27,752 begging for mercy, my lord. 798 01:14:42,334 --> 01:14:43,969 Arthur! 799 01:14:45,804 --> 01:14:46,505 What was that? 800 01:14:46,538 --> 01:14:48,106 - Arthur! - Lancelot. 801 01:14:48,140 --> 01:14:49,640 The cells, move! 802 01:14:57,782 --> 01:15:00,051 We are gathered here today 803 01:15:00,085 --> 01:15:02,187 in the presence of our Lord God. 804 01:15:16,968 --> 01:15:19,104 If you're not with me, you're against me. 805 01:15:24,075 --> 01:15:25,644 You fool. 806 01:15:34,986 --> 01:15:36,388 My lord. 807 01:15:38,790 --> 01:15:40,926 The knights. Guinevere. 808 01:15:40,959 --> 01:15:41,661 Are they safe? 809 01:15:41,693 --> 01:15:43,929 Only if we act fast, brother. 810 01:15:54,072 --> 01:15:56,274 And today is truly special. 811 01:15:57,008 --> 01:15:59,211 For today we are to witness 812 01:15:59,511 --> 01:16:00,946 not just a union, 813 01:16:03,348 --> 01:16:04,916 but a coronation. 814 01:16:10,121 --> 01:16:11,323 Let us proceed. 815 01:16:20,799 --> 01:16:22,434 These were men of Camelot. 816 01:16:22,467 --> 01:16:24,002 Our brothers! 817 01:16:24,035 --> 01:16:25,270 No. 818 01:16:25,303 --> 01:16:26,905 They were men of Modred. 819 01:16:32,444 --> 01:16:36,181 Do you, Lord Modred of Caerleon, 820 01:16:36,214 --> 01:16:38,483 take this woman to be your wife? 821 01:16:39,084 --> 01:16:40,385 I do. 822 01:16:54,899 --> 01:16:56,268 Now, Tristram. 823 01:17:02,507 --> 01:17:06,911 And do you, Guinevere daughter of Cwyrwd, 824 01:17:08,246 --> 01:17:10,515 take this man to be your husband? 825 01:17:23,928 --> 01:17:25,263 My lady? 826 01:17:28,600 --> 01:17:30,235 Say the words. 827 01:17:44,449 --> 01:17:45,984 Lucan! 828 01:17:46,084 --> 01:17:48,186 Here's to the heart of the church, brother. 829 01:18:29,662 --> 01:18:31,896 Get her out of here! He can't have her! 830 01:20:04,088 --> 01:20:05,957 Your whore cares not for you! 831 01:20:06,524 --> 01:20:08,159 You're not her king! 832 01:20:10,528 --> 01:20:12,130 Lancelot is. 833 01:20:12,564 --> 01:20:14,165 Liar! 834 01:21:35,179 --> 01:21:37,215 I thought you were going to save me. 835 01:21:52,263 --> 01:21:54,299 It's not safe here. 836 01:21:54,332 --> 01:21:55,801 What about Arthur? 837 01:21:57,535 --> 01:21:59,270 We have to go. 838 01:22:01,339 --> 01:22:03,074 Come. 839 01:22:19,658 --> 01:22:22,260 Guinevere! 840 01:23:03,401 --> 01:23:04,770 Father! 841 01:23:04,937 --> 01:23:06,270 Father! 842 01:24:31,023 --> 01:24:33,224 Out of my way, you stupid wench! 843 01:24:44,635 --> 01:24:46,437 You wanted to kill me? 844 01:24:46,471 --> 01:24:48,639 You wanted to take my crown? 845 01:24:48,674 --> 01:24:50,909 Let's see what kind of king you really are. 846 01:24:51,542 --> 01:24:52,845 Take my crown. 847 01:24:54,645 --> 01:24:55,881 Take it. 848 01:24:57,015 --> 01:25:00,853 Take... my... crown! 849 01:25:01,352 --> 01:25:03,588 Please, please, father. Have mercy on your son. 850 01:25:03,856 --> 01:25:06,825 Never, ever utter that name again. 851 01:25:06,859 --> 01:25:08,694 I am your king, you hear me? 852 01:25:08,727 --> 01:25:10,696 Your king and nothing more. 853 01:25:11,764 --> 01:25:14,398 Now leave. Leave Camelot. 854 01:25:14,432 --> 01:25:16,668 Tell your Saxon friends what they can expect 855 01:25:16,702 --> 01:25:18,369 if they come here. 856 01:25:20,371 --> 01:25:23,809 And if I ever see you again... 857 01:25:44,930 --> 01:25:46,497 Hail! 858 01:25:46,531 --> 01:25:47,900 Hail King Arthur! 859 01:25:48,599 --> 01:25:50,501 Hail Camelot! 860 01:25:50,535 --> 01:25:51,770 Hail! 861 01:25:51,804 --> 01:25:53,705 Hail King Arthur! 862 01:25:53,739 --> 01:25:54,973 Hail Camelot! 863 01:25:55,007 --> 01:25:56,574 My lords... 864 01:26:02,714 --> 01:26:03,882 Raise. 865 01:26:04,883 --> 01:26:06,617 Raise up your brothers. 866 01:26:07,585 --> 01:26:09,755 We will give them the honor they deserve. 867 01:26:12,691 --> 01:26:14,425 Hang the rest. 868 01:26:14,960 --> 01:26:16,695 Hang them from Camelot's walls. 869 01:26:16,728 --> 01:26:19,698 Let the crows gorge on them and the Saxons away. 870 01:26:19,731 --> 01:26:22,633 I will not fight another way today. 871 01:26:23,401 --> 01:26:25,037 You honor me, my lords. 872 01:26:25,469 --> 01:26:27,405 You honor yourselves. 873 01:26:28,173 --> 01:26:30,776 I am your king. 874 01:26:31,542 --> 01:26:34,512 But this is our Kingdom. 875 01:26:34,545 --> 01:26:39,650 This is your Camelot. 876 01:26:39,685 --> 01:26:40,886 Hail! 877 01:26:40,919 --> 01:26:41,987 Hail! 878 01:26:42,020 --> 01:26:43,588 Hail, King Arthur! 879 01:26:43,621 --> 01:26:45,489 Hail! Hail! 880 01:26:45,523 --> 01:26:46,992 Hail, King Arthur! 881 01:26:47,025 --> 01:26:48,727 Hail! Hail! 882 01:26:48,760 --> 01:26:50,428 Hail, King Arthur! 883 01:26:50,461 --> 01:26:51,897 Hail! Hail! 884 01:26:51,930 --> 01:26:53,531 Hail, King Arthur! 885 01:26:53,564 --> 01:26:55,067 Hail! Hail! 886 01:26:55,100 --> 01:26:56,735 Hail, King Arthur! 887 01:26:56,768 --> 01:26:58,603 Hail! Hail! 888 01:27:41,538 --> 01:27:46,538 Subtitles by explosiveskull www.OpenSubtitles.org 888 01:27:47,305 --> 01:28:47,558 OpenSubtitles recommends using Nord VPN from 3.49 USD/month ----> osdb.link/vpn 59536

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