Merlin (2008–2012)
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Another's Sorrow 

With the help of King Odin who blames Arthur for the death of his son Morgana invades the Kingdom of Nemeth in another attempt to take over Camelot. While Odin holds King Rodor of Nemeth ... See full summary »

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... The Dragon (voice)
... King Odin
... Morgana
... Princess Mithian
... King Rodor
... Sir Leon
... Gaius
... Merlin
... Arthur
... Gwen
... Sir Elyan (as Adetomiwa Edun)
... Sir Gwaine
... Sir Percival
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With the help of King Odin who blames Arthur for the death of his son Morgana invades the Kingdom of Nemeth in another attempt to take over Camelot. While Odin holds King Rodor of Nemeth hostage Morgana in disguise as a lady in waiting and Princess Mithian seek help from Arthur and his knights Written by David Sepulveda

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25 January 2013 (USA)  »

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James Fox (King Rodor) is the uncle of the actress Emilia Fox, who played Morgause in previous episodes. See more »

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Princess Mithian references soldiers being cut down "like corn." Corn wasn't introduced to Europe until many centuries after King Arthur is said to have lived. See more »

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Merlin: This mission, sire...
Arthur: ...is too dangerous, so I shouldn't go.
Merlin: Yeah... You're thinking the same thing?
Arthur: No. I'm thinking that's exactly what you always say, but here I am, two legs, two arms, my own teeth.
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