Arn rescues a ferry containing Valiant, Rowanne, two monks, and a group of robbers who were in the process of being stopped and flee after being pulled to land. That night, Rowanne is captured by the group and Valiant and Arn go to the local mill as ordered to negotiate with them for her release the next day. They are ambushed by Richard's men, and Valiant is caught in the water wheel. When nothing but a piece of his tunic and the Singing Sword can be found afterward, everyone believes he is dead. Arn now faces the task of convincing himself he is capable of leading the villagers into battle to rescue Rowanne as well as one of the monks whose monastery is being held hostage. Written by
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People of Sandfield, I too was born a peasant. But in Camelot I have learned that the worth of a man is not measured by the amount of gold in his pocket. It is measured by the depth of courage in his heart. It is a lesson that has taken me a long time to learn. I dreamed of becoming a knight - a dream I thought was unattainable. But I realized the power of a dream exists in the believing. As long as you hold the ideas of Camelot in your hearts, you are as worthy as King Arthur himself. And we ...