It is Christmas Eve but most of Camelot's knights and soldiers including Valiant, Arn, and Rowanne are forced to spend it assisting North Gallis' king, Weldon, in an age-old battle. Valiant tries to explain to Prince Thomas, how Camelot, once in a similar state, was unified through the ideals of justice and peace, but the two countries' desire for control of the land and a mysterious relic within it leaves much doubt that there will ever be an end to the destruction and lives lost. When King Weldon falls, Valiant and Thomas must think of a way to convince the people that a ceasefire does not have to and must not be seen as only an inexperienced boy's wish.
Did You Know?
Syndicated to follow "The Parting" but aired early to precede Christmas, fitting the theme. This is why Hugo and Aleta are mentioned when they have not yet been introduced and why Adam Gross
voiced Denys, Jack Lynch
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The universe. Vast, desolate, cold. Still and lifeless, save for a solitary outpost. The planet Earth. Our fragile Eden. A precious vibrant stone glittering in the cosmic void. How is it that humankind seems so intent on charting a course that would lead to its destruction? Threatening it with the ruthless hand of war, dishonoring it with the grim parade of man's inhumanity to man? It seems at times that we have eaten of a vile root, that we have abandoned reason, leaving many of ...