Borden: Go away!
Merlin: All right, but you won't get into the vaults without me.
Borden: [chuckles] And how's a boy like you gonna help?
Merlin: Because I'm the personal servant of King Arthur.
[Julius looks at Merlin anew]
Arthur: [waking up to find Merlin messing about his keys] What on earth are you doing?
Merlin: [pretending to examine the cabinet] Looking for woodworm.
Arthur: Before breakfast?
Merlin: That is when the worms are most active.
Arthur: Get out.
Merlin: He's heading east.
Arthur: How do you know that?
Merlin: Because I can sense it.
Arthur: Sense is not a word I associate with you, Merlin.
Borden: But this is your change, Merlin, your chance to escape your meaningless life, your worthless existence.
Merlin: It's not my life that's pitiable. It's yours. You've waste it... for nothing.
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.
Merlin: Is it still alive?
The Dragon: It can live for more than a thousand years.
Merlin: So you are no longer the last of your kind.
The Dragon: Hm. It would seem not.
Merlin: When will it hatch?
The Dragon: Young dragons were called into the world by the Dragonlords. Only they had the power to summon them from the egg. As the last Dragonlord, this solemn duty falls to you, Merlin.
Merlin: How do I summon it?
The Dragon: You must give the dragon a name.
Merlin: [it a heavy mystical voice] Aithusa.
[the egg hatches]