The Draconarius brothers visit Camelot at the same time as the fierce King Ian of Kengary. Valiant is disgusted to have them there - and so is King Arthur, whose relationship with Guinevere his former friend Duncan was jealous of many years before to the point where he made advances to her after it started and became his enemy. Planning to make things more complicated for his old rival, Duncan plans to present his own story to King Ian as one of being robbed unjustly as his power 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 Arthur as the ruler must test whether their love of justice can overcome their personal grudges against the man of whom there is no certain evidence as being Derek's murderer. Written by
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In the beginning, Valliant's letter is shown as being short, completely written on one side of the parchment. However, at the end when it is shown, the last words being read are all on what is obviously one side of parchment while the rest must be on the other, making it a longer message than previously seen (also, the word "all" which is read is missing). See more
A snake, even after it has shed its skin, is still a snake.