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Sir Leon (Character)
from "Merlin" (2008)

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"Merlin: The Dark Tower (#5.6)" (2012)
Sir Leon: [speaking of Gwen and Elyan's late father] I think he'd be proud.
Gwen: Particularly of Elyan.
Sir Elyan: Me?
Gwen: Not just because you're a knight, but because of the man you've become.
Sir Elyan: I don't think so.
Sir Percival: She's right.
Sir Gwaine: Absolutely. You're outstanding. Especially when it comes to trying to sweet talk the ladies, if nothing else.
Sir Elyan: Don't listen to him.
Sir Gwaine: No. Elyan loves only one woman.
Gwen: Who?
Sir Elyan: You!
Gwen: Tell me! I'm your sister.
Sir Gwaine: Did Arthur not say?
Gwen: Arthur never tells me anything.
Sir Elyan: But he told you who Gwaine's in love with.
Gwen: Himself.

[Leon and Percival share the same nightmare]
Sir Leon: [awaking in terror] The tower!
Merlin: It was a dream.
Sir Leon: Everything in its shadow was dead and... and the sound, it was like... like children screaming.
Sir Percival: And the rain that fell was like blood. I had the same dream. I was lost in a forest, and the trees had claws and... and I finally escaped it. There was a plain.
Sir Leon: Empty as far as the eye could see, except...
Sir Percival: ...rising into the sky was a black pillar of stone.
Sir Leon: A tower so dark it could swallow the sun.
Arthur: The dark tower. It's a place where every young knight's taught to dread, and rightly so. It's where many have met their end.
Merlin: I've never heard of it.
Arthur: With good reason. It's said that the mere mention of it can bring doom to any of those who hear it.

"Merlin: A Servant of Two Masters (#4.6)" (2011)
Merlin: Arthur wants a crossbow.
Sir Leon: That one's ancient. Probably wouldn't hurt a fly.
Merlin: Well, if you did want to hurt a fly, or even a human, what would YOU use?
Sir Leon: I would use a thing of beauty like this. Carved from 50-year-old ash. Um, be careful with...
[Merlin accidentally releases an arrow and blows apart a barrel]
Sir Leon: OH!
Sir Leon: Will that do the job?
Merlin: [laughs] Oh, yes. That will do the job nicely, heh-heh-heh.
Sir Leon: What is the job exactly?
Merlin: To kill Arthur.
Sir Leon: Driving you mad, is he?
Merlin: Not for much longer!
[they both laugh]

Sir Leon: He's driving you mad is he?
Merlin: [holding crossbow cheerfully] Not for much longer!

"Merlin: The Coming of Arthur: Part Two (#3.13)" (2010)
Arthur: Here! Come and join me.
[Merlin, Gwen, Gaius, Lancelot, Gwaine, Elyan, Leon, and Percival take seats around the round table along with him]
Arthur: This table belonged to the ancient kings of Camelot. A round table afforded no man more importance than any other. They believed in equality in all things. So, it seems fitting that we revive this tradition now. Without each of you, we would not be here. My father has languished in prison for too long. Tomorrow, I make my bid to rescue him. Are there any around this table who will join me?
[each of them stand and talk in turns]
Lancelot: You taught me the values of being a knight, the code by which a man should live his life. To fight with honour for justice, freedom, and all that's good. I believe in the world that you will build.
Elyan: Even though I was a commoner, a nobody, you were willing to lay down your life for me, Arthur. It is now my turn to repay you.
Sir Leon: I have fought alongside you many times. There is no one that I would rather die for.
Gwaine: [grins] I think we've no chance. But I wouldn't miss it for the world.
Percival: Your enemies are my enemies.
Gaius: If you need an old man.
[Arthur smiles briefly, tears flowing in his eyes]
Gwen: You know the answer.
[everyone has now stood up, except for Merlin, who grins where he is still sitting]
Arthur: [raises an eyebrow] Merlin?
Merlin: No, I don't really fancy it.
Arthur: You don't have a choice, Merlin.
Merlin: Okay.
[he stands with a smile, then nods seriously]

"Merlin: The Sword in the Stone: Part Two (#4.13)" (2011)
Sir Leon: No, Arthur. Is YOU the people love, and you they will lay down their lives for. I know that I would ride into the mouth of hell for you.
Sir Percival: And I.
Merlin: And I.
Arthur: To the mouth of hell it is.

"Merlin: A Herald of the New Age (#4.10)" (2011)
Sir Gwaine: [to Arthur] What's that in your hair?
Merlin: [answering for Arthur] It's stew.
Sir Leon: [to Arthur] Why have you got stew in your hair?
Merlin: [answering for Arthur again, as if explaining the obvious] Because he was reading.