While the fierce King Ian of Kengary is visiting Camelot, the Draconarius brothers arrive seeking shelter. Arthur is disgusted to have them there since his former friend Duncan was jealous of relationship with Guinevere years before to the point where he became his enemy, and only lets them stay a night because she allows it. Planning to complicate for his old rival, Duncan is set to present King Ian with his story of Valiant's robbing his power while serving Arthur so the potential alliance between Kengary and Camelot will crumble. But things don't go as planned, and King Ian's adviser Derek ends up dead. The following day Valiant as a witness and King Arthur as the ruler must test whether their love of justice can overcome their grudges against the man accused of being Derek's murderer. Written by
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During the first shot through the trial, four people sit beside Robert, three beside Valiant. When Robert stands up to defend Duncan, the person nearest to him (shown in the side of the shot) is too far away for there to be more than three people on the same bench. See more
You are as much a madman as you are a scoundrel.