The battle against Mordred for Camelot begins, and Valiant leads the army uncertain of whether they will succeed without King Arthur. Arthur is actually alive, but before he can make the slow journey back to Camelot he faces another attempt on his life when this is learned. Aleta cannot find a way to break out of her regretted alliance with Mordred and stay alive to be of any help to Valiant. Sir Bryant is wounded during a fight with the Vikings while Sir Gawain is denied medical equipment and forbidden to try to save him unless he surrenders. But the greatest problem remains the lack of people's support since they have seriously listened to Mordred and wonder more than ever whether Arthur's code of honor was strong enough, especially without him there to tell them. Written by
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Gawain, what are you doing? You are signing your own death warrant.
We have fought side-by-side for twenty years. And I have always known that you were the brains, and I was the brawn. If Camelot is to lose one of us, it shan't be you.
[the soldiers come in and restrain Gawain and drag Bryant out
Fight, my brother. With all that you have. Camelot, needs you.