The knights come across a shrine built on a site where Druids were massacred, and where a thirsty Elyan inadvertently desecrates it by drinking from its well. As a result he is possessed by a spectral boy who tells him his ghost can only rest if the perpetrator of the massacre is slain, bewitching him into trying to kill Arthur, son of Uther Pendragon, who murdered Druids. After two bungled efforts, Elyan is pursued by Arthur and Merlin back to the shrine where a surprise revelation leads to some hope for the restoration of the old ways. Written by
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When Arthur wakes up on the table, rays of sunlight are shining directly through the window behind him, angled to the right of the shot. Yet Arthur's shadow and the shadow of the table are on the wall to the left of the shot. This is physically impossible, revealing studio lighting out of shot on the right-hand side. See more
Your father was relentless in his persecution of the Druids. Many died. I believe it is one of those tormented souls that now possesses Elyan.
And that's why he seeks revenge.
The spirit craves peace. He wishes to find his proper place in the other world but the unjust nature of his death has denied him that.