The first chance Valiant gets to command a force as a knight proves a formidable assignment: Mordred is leading a force of men causing trouble in outlying lands, his personal grudge against Valiant for revealing he betrayed Camelot spilling over to Arthur himself. 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. And it seems that someone from Camelot is a traitor... Written by
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I don't feel very noble at the moment. "Sir Valiant". How my knighthood seems to mock me.