Valiant tries to adjust to being Camelot's new leader as Mordred's army advances on them, not helped by the fact that too many people are overwhelmed by Arthur's death and can't bring themselves to fight without his guidance. Morgana helps Mordred further by creating a potion that, when making contact with the skin, will poison its victim. She sends Sir Kay to kill Sir Gawain and Sir Bryant with it. When Valiant sees the body of a guard who grew suspicious of Kay's incomplete disguise he realizes who the traitor is and what he plans to do. While Arn remains behind, he and Rowanne take off to keep Camelot's most experienced soldiers alive when they're needed most. Written by
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When Kay's last attack begins, a close-up of him coughing is shown with several marks on his face, one on the right cheek notably largest, but then a side shot of him is shown immediately after with many just as large. See more
I can be a good king but I cannot be Arthur. And to many people he *was* Camelot. I must convince our people that Arthur's dream was greater than any one man, and that it did not perish with him.