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Gaius (Character)
from "Merlin" (2008)

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Gaius is the royal physican at the court of king Uther Pendragon of Camelot... See more »


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  1. Dragons of Camelot (2014) Played by Simon Blood DeVay
  2. "Merlin"
    ... aka "The Adventures of Merlin" - Australia, Hong Kong (English title) (DVD title), International (English title)
    ... aka "The Adventures of Merlin" - Japan (English title) (DVD title)
        - The Diamond of the Day: Part Two (2012) TV episode, Played by Richard Wilson
        - The Diamond of the Day: Part One (2012) TV episode, Played by Richard Wilson
        - The Drawing of the Dark (2012) TV episode, Played by Richard Wilson
        - The Kindness of Strangers (2012) TV episode, Played by Richard Wilson
        - With All My Heart (2012) TV episode, Played by Richard Wilson
          (60 more)

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From "Merlin: The Disir (#5.5)" (2012)
Gaius: This is a rune mark, My Lord.
Arthur: That's what everyone keeps telling me.
Gaius: In times past, this mark aroused great fear. It was given to those found wanting by the court of the Disir.
Merlin: The Disir?
Gaius: The highest court of the old religion. Three women were chosen at birth to be trained as seers and soothsayers. There only task was to interpret the word of the Triple Goddess. When they sat in judgment, there word was final.
Arthur: All this worn out superstition has no relevance now. I don't see what bearing it has on me or Camelot.
Gaius: Because, sire, the Disir have seen fit to give you this. This is the judgment of the gods against you.
Arthur: This is nonsense, surely.
Gaius: The old religion held that the rune mark not only contained the man's guilt but the path that the gods have chosen for him. That is why it is both a judgment and fate.
Arthur: I make my own path.
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