Viking raids are increasing in the north so King Arthur sends Valiant, Sir Gawain, and Sir Kay to meet with Duncan and go to tell them that their message of peace was received and accepted and their ambassadors' murderer Mordred was exiled. But just before they are to leave with the ring as proof, someone steals it. Their journey is difficult but the arrival is worse since Mordred has arrived first with the ring and forged his own treaty with King Olaf claiming it was from Camelot, allowing him an easy chance to persuade Olaf to follow his own corruption of Camelot's ideals. Arthur has his own problems to deal with at home as ever more people blame immigrants for every crime and misfortune and insist of the banishment of every one. Written by
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When Mordred is talking with Olaf about their conspiracy, a shot of his face is shown as he is finishing the second-last sentence, but his lips do not move as he does. See more
What would you have me do? Punish all immigrants for the crimes of a few?
Exactly that. Run them all off. Send 'em back where they came from. Nothing less.