Graystone is under attack by none other than Cynan, represented by his son Dylan. Sir Gawain is instructed to lead the defense, but is secretly struggling with a mild chest-wound after his horse rammed him into the stable wall. He and King Arthur are reluctant to let Valiant, full of passion for seeing those who took everything from his family destroyed, go into battle, but Merlin persuades Arthur. And when Gawain falls from his horse and suffers thanks to his first injury, Valiant is called upon to lead the defense in his place. Written by
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When the close-up of the arm of the man Valiant is trying to pull out of the river is shown, its sleeve is red instead of green as it is before and after. See more
Give me strength.
You have the strength, Valiant.
To fight, yes. But to lead an army, Merlin?