The mysterious Julius Borden arrives in Camelot with news of a magical secret that threatens to change the landscape of the kingdom forever. He has located the final part of the key to the ... See full summary »

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The mysterious Julius Borden arrives in Camelot with news of a magical secret that threatens to change the landscape of the kingdom forever. He has located the final part of the key to the tomb of Ashkanar, an ancient mausoleum which holds a very special treasure: the last remaining dragon's egg. Merlin is understandably drawn in by Borden's news, and promises to help him, but just who is the enigmatic stranger and, more importantly, what does he really want with the egg? Written by BBC

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Trivia

A white dragon appears in the original Merlin story. In this episode, Merlin, as a child, explains that the tower keeps falling down because of the two dragons - one red and one white - fighting. The red is supposed to represent Wales and the white England. See more »

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Merlin did not pick up the strong room key after waking up and locking the door. See more »

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Merlin: Dragons are magical creatures! They belong to no man! They are there for the benefit of all!
Borden: Whadda you know? Huh? You are but a serving boy!
Merlin: I am the last Dragonlord, and I am warning you - leave this egg alone.
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The funniest episode so far
27 October 2011 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

This episode is defiantly the most amusing episode so far, maybe out of all 4 seasons... Merlin is getting better and better as he grows to be more confident with the relation he has with his prince (now king)and it really is good for both of the characters. Loved the pants scene,the 2 woodworm's scenes, and the dragon birth at the end especially since Colin can cry in such a persuading way... BTW - waiting for Gwen to become Arthur's Queen... where was she in that episode? I would like to see Arthur keeps his promise at list to her, since his promise to treat magic differently then Uther did is somehow not working... so far... Thank you!


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