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The Waif
While running an errand, Valiant witnesses a young boy being beaten by his master for returning a poor man's money the master stole, and intervenes but doesn't have the chance to subdue the man who flees from passerby. The boy, Denys, hides in Valiant's wagon and begs to allow him to stay with him rather than return, and offers to work for Valiant. He proves himself hardworking and intelligent, and has a great deal in common with Valiant since he too has had the dream of Camelot. But when his master arrives attempting to reclaim him and Valiant stands up to him, King ...
 
The Lost
The first chance Valiant gets to command a force as a knight proves a formidable assignment: Mordred's men are causing trouble in outlying lands, still holding a personal grudge against Valiant for revealing he went against Camelot's ideals. His reasons for being concerned with whether he will be a strong commander increase when an attack in a searched tavern sees an injured Denys captured by Mordred's men, led by Owen.
 
The Deception
Cynan hires Glyndyn, a former student of Merlin's, to drug Dylan so he will be comatose and mistaken for dead even by Merlin, and has a henchman approach Camelot claiming to witness Valiant, whom Dylan has captured, kill him. Denys is invited to see Cynan and, with Merlin, goes only to return Dylan's body. Cynan plans to have Dylan actually kill him when he receives the antidote for the potion he took. And he not only succeeds in causing Denys doubt in his friend's innocence, but causing Valiant doubt over whether Denys has now chosen to stand with his family.
 
The Black Rose
While King Arthur and some of his knights are meeting with Lot of Lorian, one of his former rivals, to form an alliance, one of Camelot's soldiers is wounded by Saxon invaders, Merlin is attacked in Camelot by a mysterious group whom he reveals to Valiant were enemies of King Arthur's family years before. Merlin, Valiant, and Denys go to warn King Arthur and give Excalibur to him for the coming battle. Along the way, Merlin tells them how Arthur became king.
 
The Flute
Valiant and Denys visit Cassington, which harbors an unknown flutist who enchants everyone with a soulful song, and whose king, Donnovan, is famous for his ability to prevent war with neighboring countries. But while there, they learn a dark secret. They are appalled to hear that Donnovan relentlessly beats his young son Henry whenever he fails at something, and attempt to make him realize the immorality of his deeds. But the relationship between Donnovan and Henry may already be too damaged to fix.
 
The Lesson Twice Learned
Thule's former battle-master and tutor to Valiant, Lorn, arrives at Caaelot and is offered a job as strategist. But during a mission led by Gawain, the troops suffer and Gawain writes that Lorn's instruction was to blame. When Valiant arrives, Gawain explains the situation tactlessly, causing Valiant to defend his friend even after he can tell by the next battle that Lorn's errors are real and costly. He must decide whether to allow Lorn to remain in Camelot and how their relationship will continue peacefully.
 
Peace on Earth
It is Christmas Eve but most of Camelot's knights and soldiers including Valiant, Arn, and Rowanne are forced to spend it assisting an ally in an age-old battle. Valiant tries to explain to the young prince on one side, Thomas, how Camelot, once in a similar state, was unified through the ideals of justice and peace, but the two countries' desire for control of the land leaves much doubt that there will ever be an end to the destruction and lives lost. When Thomas' father falls, he and Valiant must think of a way to convince the people that a ceasefire does not have ...
 
The Cursed
Valiant and Rowanne travel to Serenity, the home of her cousin Carl, only to find the locals have fallen on hard times, immigrants are resented and persecuted - and someone is promoting the "New Dawn", a corruption of the Camelot's New Order. They learn that Lord Maldon, alive but disfigured after the explosion, is encouraging the people to fear those not local to the land and be ready to drive them out for their own interests, in a movement headed by none other than Mordred.
 
The Traitor
King Arthur and his knights travel near the Venecombs' land where Sir Lyman has gotten word they wish to forge a treaty. While there, Valiant, Arn, and Rowanne gain possible evidence that someone in the nearby primitive closed community is plotting to assassinate King Arthur. Unable to convince those in the camp that this is a certainty, they enter the village undercover and learn that the tyrannical leader, not popular with everyone, has someone helping him from within the camp.
 
Empty Justice
When Valiant, Arn, and Rowanne go to assist a village who recently suffered a fire, Arn meets Harold again. But then Blake of Haven, the brother of one of the victims at the Battle of Haladin, arrives believing Harold is the man he once claimed to be. With Arn watching as a hostage to avoid help being called he murders Harold, and Arn cannot get over the grief at losing his friend and father figure. Unable to think clearly enough to help with the relief effort while Blake appears to gloat that he is still free, and having made an oath to avenge Harold's death, Arn ...
 
The Crossbow
Valiant gets a new crossbow hoping he will finally have a chance against Rowanne at archery. But he leaves it behind when abruptly leaving with her to stop a runaway horse. Denys' friend Wesley, who knows how to use it, tries to instruct Denys how to - and Denys ends up shooting Arn in the shoulder. While Merlin tries to save him, Valiant has to deal with guilt and Rowanne's anger at his part in it while Denys tries to deal with his own conscience and decide what to do.
 
The Rival
A group of youths from throughout Camelot arrive to compete in a tournament to become squires to its knights so they will have the chance to become knights themselves. Rowanne is told that her pursuit of knighthood is the inspiration for a girl named Fiona, but soon notices her extreme attention given to Valiant and Arn, who are judging the competition, and is jealous. When she begins sabotaging Rowanne's basic work, Rowanne is certain that she is attempting to manipulate and cheat her way through the games, but convincing everyone else will be a bigger problem.
 
The Tree
Valiant, Rowanne, and Bryant are called to visit two villages, one under Camelot's domain, locked in a dispute over whether to preserve a landmark tree or cut it down so a bridge may be built to increase trade and improve the lives of the people. Bryant falls behind, and Valiant listens to the traders' side while Rowanne listens to the traditionalists'. Valiant is called upon to make the decision, but just before he does, the traditionalists present him with a surprise challenger: Bryant, who is just as determined as they are to keep Adam's Oak standing, for a ...
 
The Princess Aleta
King Hugo, an exiled enemy of King Arthur, surprisingly sends a plea for help to Camelot against invaders. Valiant, Arn, and Rowanne are among those who make the journey to his island home. There they repel the attack and attempt to make peace with the stubborn leader with the help of his equally-passionate but more sensible daughter Aleta. Valiant is attracted to her, and Rowanne grows jealous...
 
The Voyage
Princess Aleta gets her father's permission to join Valiant and the others as they go to announce peace with the Misty Isles to Camelot. Rowanne, realizing that Valiant loves Aleta so her own love for him may not be returned, convinces him to take a choppy shortcut to Camelot after learning Aleta has difficulty traveling at sea so she won't meet Valiant that night as planned. But the next day they're attacked and taken aboard by Mordred, who didn't realize who they were until the assault started but sees it as an opportunity to convince Hugo to join him against King ...
 
Mordred's Return
Will, Arthur's spy helping Valiant and the others eavesdrop on Mordred and Hugo to learn of their plans, is wounded, and Rowanne and Arn are being chased down by Mordred's men, after she meets with him to beg him tell Valiant what she did not about Aleta's not being involved in Hugo's planning to attack King Arthur. After Will dies in his arms, Valiant sets out to learn what they know and keep them alive so they can report Mordred's plotted betrayal. But Rowanne is left to figure out how to admit to him that she kept Aleta's innocence a secret from him without ruining...
 
The Rescue
Valiant, still wounded over his misunderstanding and falling out with the now-departing Aleta because of Rowanne's deceit, wishes to escape his misery so volunteers to join Gawain and his small party investigating animal-thefts and vanishing people. But when he approaches the affected village, he is captured by those who have already captured Gawain and eliminated his followers - who turn out to be cannibals. Rowanne, trying to make up for what she's done by approaching Aleta, learns of his plight when Caliburn returns riderless and she and Aleta both go to bring back...
 
The Parting
Aleta is about to leave Camelot to try to make peace with and talk sense into Hugo, but Valiant finds it out through a meeting he was forced to attend as she was about to tell him. AFter hearing King Arthur advise him to take care in case her loyalty is to Hugo and Mordred rather than Camelot, decides to investigate a meeting of traitors to see, and does by acting like an enemy of King Arthur. Meanwhile, Aleta is offered a plan from the traitors to her father which she has no wish to deliver but pretends she will, in order to thwart it. Word of Valiant's actions gets ...
 
The Treaty
Viking raids are increasing in the north so King Arthur sends Valiant, Gawain, Bryant, and Kay to meet with Duncan and go to tell them that their message of peace was received and accepted and Mordred was exiled once it was learned he was their ambassadors' murderer. But just before they are to leave with the ring as proof, someone steals it. Their journey is difficult but the arrival is worse since Mordred has arrived first and forged his own treaty with King Olaf claiming it was from Camelot, allowing him an easy chance to persuade Olaf to follow his own corruption ...
 
The Blackest Poison
King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, the knights, and Arn travel to Velquin to establish a treaty with King Edward, who is unfamiliar with their system of justice but more open to it than his sister Sadisa, who flirts with Arthur and disrespects Guinevere. The night after their arrival, someone slips King Arthur a poison in his drink, forcing Merlin's help to be sent for and Valiant and Arn to search for those responsible.
 
The Shadows of Destiny
While seeking Merlin, Valiant and Rowanne stumble upon a log in his study which holds dates in the future - with one entry that reads, two days later, King Arthur will be murdered. With Arthur at his yearly retreat whose location is known to Merlin, they hurry to Atlantia to confront the killer and thwart his plan. But after being exposed as Camelotians while trying to enter the closed borders of the enemy kingdom and fighting their way in, they seem to find nothing but enemies.
 

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