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Fan fiction by kbrand5333 posted over a year ago
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    Elyan turns, takes a bite of his apple and picks up a satchel he has brought that has been sitting in the cart. He walks into his sister’s house, followed by Merlin. Arthur also walks toward the house, but stops in front of Gwen, who is holding his apple. She is still smiling, with a loving glow in her eyes as she watches him approach.
    “You are a wonderful man,” she says, holding the apple out for him.
    “Everyone deserves a chance,” he replies. They are now both holding the apple. Gwen leans closer, rises up on her toes, and kisses him briefly, but softly. She turns and goes into the house.
    “Elyan, let’s work on getting my things gathered before you begin unpacking your rubbish, shall we?” Gwen chastises her brother as she walks inside.
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Opinion by sportyshuie posted over a year ago
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    Gwen played with her food. She is not hungry, though she knows she has to eat. She still has some undone chores back in the castle, and she needs energy to complete them, but not even the delectable food in front of her could get her attention. Finally she pushed the plate away and sighed, leaning back against the chair. Someone knocked at the door. Gwen looked startled. The knock came again, this time in a hurry. She tightened her fingers around the cup she held while the other grabbed the edge of the table,...
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Fan fiction by kbrand5333 posted over a year ago
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    It is just before dawn in Camelot. A dark figure is coursing stealthily through the streets, keeping to the shadows, avoiding any guards on patrol. The figure stops outside the door of a house and slips silently inside.
    The cloaked figure approaches the bed and produces a trumpet-shaped flower of red and gold and holds it aloft. Morgana gazes at the flower. A whispered incantation, a flash of her eyes, and she tips the flower, pouring a fine gold dust that settles on Guinevere’s sleeping eyelids. It shimmers for just a moment before it disappears. Morgana heads for the door. She pauses for a moment and looks back at Gwen’s sleeping form. For just a fleeting second she feels a pang of guilt, remembering how good Gwen always was to her. She shakes her head. Fool, she chastises herself, and slips from the house.

    It is full morning now, and Guinevere is walking to the castle. It is late fall and there is a chill in the air. She shivers a little, wrapping her shawl tighter around her. It’ll be warmer once the sun clears the treeline, she thinks, looking up at the...
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Opinion by sportyshuie posted over a year ago
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Episode 6 is officially the funniest episode all seasons combined ... for me! I was laughing so hard that it brought tears to my eyes and I watched almost twice already. I'm gonna do one more today. Everything from the lines, the acting, the comedy, the love, the banter, the angst, the awkwardness etc is stupendous. After weeks of enduring heart wrenching moments, crying over loss of certain characters, feeling sorry and gutted over the breakup, feeling angry over Arthur's treatment over Merlin and Gwen and etc ... we are finally treated with an episode where we could sit back and laugh for a change. And what a laugh it was...

Things I like in this episode...

1. Merlin
This is a Colin Morgan's episode, officially. Never have I seen him having so much fun playing the character and I think he plays his evil character top notch. He was wicked to the core. Right from the lines he sprouts at the trio, Arthur, Gaius and Gwen to the way he snorts, sneers and smug each time he plans or is foiled in his attempt to kill Arthur, really gets me rolling on the floor, laughing. He was both cute and adorable and his facial expression is priceless. After...
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Fan fiction by kbrand5333 posted over a year ago
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This is where my 500-word submission came from. I wrote this, then chopped it. I promised some of you that I'd put the long version up, so here it is.


    It was late. Guinevere had just finished tending to the king, who was finally sleeping. She could finally go home. It had been a long day and she was tired. All she wanted to do now was go home, take her shoes off and sit down. True, her workload had decreased significantly thanks to Arthur, but the days started early and ended late. Looking after Uther wasn’t exactly an enjoyable task for her, but she took pride in her work and always made sure he was well cared-for.
    You know I am not asking this lightly, Arthur had said. I know how you feel about him. But you’re the only person I completely trust to see to his needs. He was holding both her hands in his, gently. She had looked up into his blue eyes and saw his concern for his father mixed with his love for her. How could she refuse?
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Review by DreamingHope posted over a year ago
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A Servant of Two Masters- Review

OMG!! What can I say? Lucy Watkins needs to write more episodes! From the intriguing title to the first trailer we saw last week we knew this was going to be completely amazing, and it was with brilliant acting from everyone and hilarious comedy!

Things I LOVED:

•Gwen- c’mon, you knew I was gonna say that! I loved how she and Gaius were like the temporary Camelot Detective Agency while Merlin was being all clumsy badass – and the JUGS!! I laughed so much when she knocked Merlin out twice and his face went all dopey! Plus her scene with about-to-have-a-bath Arthur and they were both so flustered and awkward, it was so cute! At first he when he said ‘You’re not Merlin?’ I was like ‘Huh? Am I missing something?’ but then I saw a post on Melisley’s Tumblr (which is awesome by the way, Mels!) and it kinda made sense since it was the Middle Ages etc! And we had Arwen without it being just an Arwen-focused ep, which is how it’s supposed to be.
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Fan fiction by BradAngeleyes posted over a year ago
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Arthur slipped quietly out of the castle, wearing his familiar ‘incognito cloak’ over his white shirt. He had first worn it when hiding out at Guinevere’s house during the Tourney, the first time he realised how much he felt for her and the first time he had kissed her sweet lips. Since then there had been many a visit to her house in the dead of night. He had been stopped and challenged many times by the guards, until they grew to recognise his cloak.

As he made his way the short distance the moon was full.

He tapped on her door gently, a familiar combination of taps which she knew. As she opened the door his heart leapt as usual at the sight of her. He couldn’t help noticing her heaving bosom, where he often lay his head as they lay on the bed together. They looked particularly welcoming, or maybe it was the effect of the full moon.

She greeted him “Arthur” in her sweet way, her head cocked coyly to one side and looking up from beneath her long lashes. He smiled and she threw her arms around his thick neck as he bent to kiss her lips, they tasted of berries, oh so sweet.
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Opinion by sportyshuie posted over a year ago
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Hi guys ... this is my contribution to the visitation challenge ...



“Goodnight Gwen” the knights bid her goodbye.
“Good night everyone,thank you for everything”
“Is he here yet?” Merlin asked.
“He should be anytime soon”
“Hmmm … so this is where he’s been sneaking to all this while, huh?”
“Merlin!”
“All right … wouldn’t want to spoil our lover’s reunion here, do we?” Merlin chuckled and joined the knights.
Seeing them off, Gwen walked in and closed the door behind her.
All this while, a hooded figure snuck behind a pillar and watched everything in silence.

The tap on the door was hurried. Gwen opened the door and smiled.
“Arthur” she wasn’t surprised.
“Guinevere” he said, smiling and stepped in. Closing the door, Gwen looked at him apologetically.
“Sorry, the place is a mess … sit down, I’ll get you something”
“It’s all right Guinevere …” Arthur said and looked around, his face taut.
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Fan fiction by EpicArwen posted over a year ago
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Hey all! I just HAD to try EP's fic challenge. I usually don't, but the 500 words intrigued me. So here goes... :)

(EPaws' challenge thread in case you need details...link)


Out of the Ordinary


It was an ordinary end to an ordinary day after a string of ordinary weeks.

Since regaining Camelot, Arthur Pendragon had been absent on various quests, as he was now. When in Camelot, he and Guinevere had drifted to their respective corners of familiarity – he being the prince; she, the servant.

It seemed, at times, as if the courtyard kiss never happened.

As if Arthur was expecting the proverbial shoe to drop.

As if Gwen was holding her breath, waiting.

Waiting for something out of the ordinary…
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Fan fiction by kbrand5333 posted over a year ago
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    Tap, tap, tap. Cautiously, she creeps to the door.
    “Hello?”
    “Guinevere, it’s me.”
    “Arthur??”
    She opens the door and peeks out. A cloaked figure pushes through the door and immediately takes her in his arms. He kisses her at once, reaching back to close the door. He leans into her, pressing himself to her. Her arms snake up around his neck and his cloak drapes over both of them and their tongues stroke and play with each other.
    Arthur finally breaks the kiss. “Hello.”
    “Hello, indeed,” she answers. “What are you doing here?”
    “I brought you dinner.”
    Gwen smiles. “Is that all?”
    “Um… I had to see you. I…” he trails off.
    She takes pity on him and asks, “So what did you bring?”
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Opinion by Melisey posted over a year ago
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Ok so I finally got the words down for my review. I really wanted to make a review for this episode. Since I loved it. I have problems concentrating. Which makes me choke on my words.So I hope I won't forget something.
For me, my review is more about the characters than the plot.

First of all I want to say something about Arthur. This episode was after all very much about him.
Arthur Pendragon was a little lost in this episode. It is a heavy burden he has on his shoulders. He just lost his father and got thrown in to this new role. So he turned to his uncle. Who he thought was older and wiser. His uncle manipulated him. Made him feel he had to be like Uther to be a great king. A part of Arthur probably also thought that.
He has always looked for his father’s approval. So Arthur strayed from his true self. Being with Gwen goes against what his father stood for. It goes against the laws of society. It goes against the way Arthur was raised to think. For a moment Arthur thought that to be a good king, he should think like his father. He went against his true self and it made him feel lost, sad and angry. He felt all alone even if he wasn’t. He hurt...
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Opinion by sportyshuie posted over a year ago
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This is a tribute to the lovely article written by RosalynCabenson. i may not be able to write as good as her but i just wanted to show her how her article inspired me ..

This is about last saturday's episode; His father's son. I find this episode slighly better than the four others combined and it was due to some excellent acting and good scripts from the writers. Though episode 3 made me cry and wanted it to be become my personal favorite; it was completely ruined by some ridiculous editing that left us stunned! Not that this episode is without the flaws but it's nice to see the directors inserted a small reference of the legend into the episode. Where? Hang on ... we'll get there!

Why was it good?
1. Acting
There is no question as to how stupendous all the performnaces were in the series. Each and every actor/actress gave 100% of their worth to ensure we fans are well treated. They gave brilliant show that sticks to our minds for years to come. Special mention goes to the lead casts. Brad and Colin show why they are they best in the show and seems to age and mature along with the series; especially Bradley who seems to be performing with...
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Fan fiction by RosalynCabenson posted over a year ago
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Gwen could not believe what she has just found out. Merlin was a sorcerer.

No; a warlock.

Weird but she knew it was true, really always had. There had always been
something about him. No. She would not betray her friend.

She promised not to tell anyone about it and she wouldn’t.
Not even Arthur, considering that Merlin hadn't told him yet.

She thought about it all night and came to the conclusion that she
understood perfectly well how dangerous for Merlin it would be. Still she
felt uneasy to keep something from Arthur. She couldn't understand how
Merlin could live with keeping this secret for so long. She was sure she
would not have the strength for that.

However she would keep her promise to her dearest friend, despite the hurt.
Merlin has saved her life more than once and she felt that she owes him,
equal loyalty. Friends, genuine friends, were hard to come by.
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Fan fiction by DreamingHope posted over a year ago
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Title: Not at all Appropriate

Authour: BagginsPotterPevensie/ DreamingHope

Summary: Fanfiction, tag to 4x5; spoilers. Things are well in Camelot- that is, until Lord Agravaine opens his poisonous mouth. Gwen is left stunned and heart-broken so a certain Prat gets muddy in a valiant attempt to reach his Lady's heart. 'Are you blackmailing me? Yep.'

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Gwen bit her lip anxiously as Merlin hurriedly pulled on his dark jacket on and slung his bag over his bony shoulders.

‘You OK, Gwen?’

Gwen jumped. ‘Yeah I’m fine, Merlin. It’s you I’m worried about, going on all these dangerous quests all the time and risking your neck every five seconds. Dressing up as a Knight of the realm, what on earth are you going to do next?’

‘Gwen,’ he laughed, humouring her. ‘You know me, always the careful one, Gaius is more likely to get in trouble than me!’

She chuckled softly as he made his way over to her. Merlin was her dearest friend and he meant the world to her. It was difficult to place Merlin exactly, but Gwen definitely knew that he always managed to make her...
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Review by RosalynCabenson posted over a year ago
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First of all:



The title. His fathers son. well chosen. It gave you a wrong impression.
Arthur’s definitely not. We all know. But he gets mislead by uncle
creep (my hate for him grows more and more) and I feard Arthur would
become untrue to himself, temporarily at least. I couldn’t beiieve at
first that he really has done it. It was so unlike him. To kill a man
like this and for this reason.



But he found himself again right in time. And made the right decision.
He acted like I expected it of the great King that he will be.



It was an amazing episode all over!



It was more serious like I hoped this season to be. Nevertheless the
humour was not to be missed and it had the usual Arthur/merlin friendly
banter what was gladly not like the childish scene in the last episode.
The show has grown up. Like that. liked the whole flow and atmosphere.
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Guide by vegalily posted over a year ago
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From Once & Futures:

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ep 7 synopsis

source: BBC press

Saturday 12 November

8.15-9.00pm BBC ONE and BBC HD

Morgana joins forces with enigmatic wizard Alator to uncover a secret that
could change the course of destiny, as the magical drama continues. With allies
on both sides of the castle walls, can anyone stop her before Merlin's greatest
secret is revealed?


Katie McGrath plays Morgana, Gary Lewis plays Alator and Colin Morgan plays
Merlin. The drama also stars Nathaniel Parker as Agravaine, Bradley James as
Arthur, Richard Wilson as Gaius, Angel Coulby as Gwen, Tom Hopper as Sir
Percival, Eoin Macken as Sir Gwaine, Adetomiwa Edun as Sir Elyan, Rupert Young
as Sir Leon and Emilia Fox as Morgause.


I think both Colin & Bradley mentioned being excited about working with Gary Lewis. I don't think there'll be a magic reveal in the end. I think that's for S5
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Review by Bonne-Bell posted over a year ago
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4x05 Sci-Fi review

Arthur needs to prove himself as King of Camelot – but starts going about it the wrong way…

A much more serious episode again, with very little humour at all, as Arthur begins to come to terms with the requirements placed upon him by being King. His progress isn’t helped by his uncle Agravaine’s agenda, which appears to be based on getting Arthur into as much trouble as possible in the hope that he won’t be able to get himself out of it, thereby leaving the throne free for Morgana. It would be good to know exactly what Agravaine thinks he’ll achieve with Morgana on the throne that he couldn’t when acting effectively as Regent in the year before Uther’s death, or in his position as advisor to the King as now…

Although Tony Head’s Uther may now be firmly part of the show’s past, the character still exerts a large influence. Lindsay Duncan’s opposing queen hits the nail on the head when she compares one of the characters to Uther, and not in a complimentary way, while Arthur starts by trying to live up to his father’s reputation and eventually comes to realise that he needs to be his own man.
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Opinion by viktobi posted over a year ago
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To all my arwen/brangel merlin loving peeps out there....

I am like the seasoned wind, bristling by and taking every detail with me to heart.

I anxiously wait for the photos, vidz, articles and comments on a day to day basis...they mostly almost always bring a smile on my tired face.

The other night, my flatmates (2 horrid college guys) addressed my "obsession with those two was becoming concerning".

Perhaps it is becoming concerning to them, because they too find themselves watching the episodes with me.

But the issue was that after dissing the show and yet at the same time admitting that they do find it interesting and really do not give a rats behind about Arwen because it's a sure thing that they will end up together (yay!) We started picking on the Actors....Brangel in general...i think i haven't been this long on fanpop showing them pics showing that the two do have chemistry.

Cut a long story short, one of them freaked out when he realized what we were actually arguing about. And as they would have it, retreated to their chambers to do what guys do best...nothing!
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Review by lv2rt posted over a year ago
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Summary of Episode 4X06.

Morgana uses ancient magic to bend Merlin to her will, turning him into a deadly assassin on a mission to kill the king. But with Arthur oblivious to the danger, his only hope rests with someone else noticing his manservant's strange behaviour before he commits the evil deed. Colin Morgan, Bradley James and Katie McGrath star.(Angel's name is not listed here)

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Cast and crew

Cast
Gaius Richard Wilson Merlin Colin Morgan Arthur Bradley James Agravaine Nathaniel Parker Morgana Katie McGrath Gwen Angel Coulby George Leander Deeny Voice of the Dragon John Hurt Sir Elyan Adetomiwa Edun Sir Leon Rupert Young Sir Percival Tom Hopper Sir Gwaine Eoin Macken Audrey Zee Asha
Crew
DirectorAlex PillaiProducerJohnny CappsProducerJulian MurphyWriterLucy Watkins
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Fan fiction by EpicArwen posted over a year ago
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Hey all--thought I'd share this little fic I wrote. It was inspired by the knife-throwing scene in 4x03. I have a second part to this if you're interested.

This is post-marriage. Just a small window into a very special day in the life of the Pendragons.

Hope you enjoy!!

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Camelot's Greatest Strength

"Guin-e-vere, how much longer are you going to be?" Though muffled through the thick wooden door, the King's mood was evident, as always, in the way he said her name. "We were to have begun training nearly an hour ago."

"I'm almost done. Just wait for us in the courtyard." Gwen called out to her one and only, hoping to assuage his impatience.

But, to no avail.

"What are you doing in there anyway?" Arthur Pendragon inquired.

"Making sure the boys are properly dressed."

As soon as the words left her mouth, Gwen cringed. For this particular king on this particular issue, the less he knew the better. At least until her hastily made plans were revealed. In public. Where her husband's famous temper...
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Review by chngeyuratitude posted over a year ago
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I found this episode OK

What worked for me:

* The Druids yay continuity well kinda

* I loved the discussion between Merlin & Gauis. Gaius'reaction to Merlin aiding Julius

* The scene between Merlin & Julius in the tomb of Ashkenar (unsure of the spelling)

* Brilliant cinematography

*Little Aithusa and Kilgarra being a family

* One thing I will say was it was good to see the star of the show and who the show is named after, have his moments alone, and the focus was on him alone and not he and Arthur.

What didn't work for me

* Arthurs pants and the wresting in the Council Chambers - Servant wresting with a King - well say no more and I won't say anymore especially after people went on about Gwen asking for permission to speak in front of the Council and they were calling her all kinds of names

* Arthur's Chambers - well we know why that was included - wonder how many scenes were cut from this episode to keep this scene, just seems strange that Merlin could use magic to get keys when he has been locked in the dungeon, but couldn't use magic in...
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Fan fiction by kbrand5333 posted over a year ago
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    Arthur is standing at the front of the throne room. He is waiting, and he is not alone. The throne room is filled to capacity with courtiers, knights, servants,
and commoners. There are flowers, ribbons and bunting in abundance, and the room has never looked more festive. He waits, barely noticing his surroundings. His attention is fixed on the large set of doors at the back of the room.
    To the casual observer, the young king appears calm. Merlin, Arthur’s trusted servant and closest friend, knows otherwise. He sees Arthur’s tapping foot, his hands clenched together so tightly that his knuckles are white and his unblinking eyes focused on the back of the hall. He can practically hear Arthur’s brain. It’s saying, Come on, come on, come on, come on… He sidles up to the king and says quietly, “Only a few more moments,” making a show of straightening Arthur’s cape and picking imaginary bits of lint off his shoulders.
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Opinion by EPaws posted over a year ago
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•James Callis and I wish there had been more of him.
•Cinematography was phenomenal

•Kilgharrah has family and adorable family too.

•The Druids make an appearance and I love them.

•The introduction of the Treiskelion (Celtic Symbol) it is about forward motion (mankind’s that is). It is a dynamic symbol of growth, progression, war before tranquility…back to the darkest hour theme.

It is also the ancient symbol of the Trinity lolol. If you interpret it spiritually: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. If you do so symbolically: Love, Intellect, Power.

There is a holy Trinity in Camelot. LOL! All foreshadowing the balance. Merlin, Arthur and Guinevere.

Having said all this, let us be shallow momentarily shall we? What a beautiful resurrection and transition symbol in Arthur Pendragon coming through the waterfall. Sure, most are going to go...yeah babe, that was hot, but that is just part of why that scene was done the way it was. It was a baptism lol. Do your research. I am not going to take the time to explain. Suffice it to say a beautiful scene that accentuated the fact that...
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Fan fiction by kbrand5333 posted over a year ago
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    Arthur steps out into the cool morning air. He looks over at his two companions. Merlin is sitting on the edge of the cart looking up at the sky and Elyan is lying in the cart, apparently dozing.
    “Guinevere’s sent some breakfast,” Arthur says as he walks over and plunks the basket down next to Elyan’s head, causing him to jump. Merlin laughs, then notices Arthur’s somewhat haunted demeanor.
    “Something wrong?” he asks.
    “Hmm?” replies Arthur, still distracted by recent memories.
    “Does Gwen look that bad first thing in the morning?” Elyan asks with a smirk.
    “What?” answers Arthur, “No; that good.”
    Merlin smiles, happy for his friend and master, but Elyan looks a little troubled. He clears his throat and cautiously says, “Sire, you may be king, but please keep in mind that...
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Opinion by HumbleQueen posted over a year ago
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Friends, I think this will help to explain the unsettled feelings by many Arwen fans about this episode. These apparently were the scenes cut from the script:

There are 8 A/G moments which were cut:

Scene 6: Gwen wishes him happy birthday, they share an affectionate smile and Arthur stares after her with puppy dog eyes
Scene 10: Arthur gives Gwen a reassuring look before he is strapped to the board
Scene 19: Gwen holds Arthur while Uther is dying
Scene 23: Extended version of the "I do it for you" scene in which Gwen says she'll always be there for him
Scene 40: Arthur decides to confide in Gwen about his plan to use magic
Scene 43: Gwen's reaction to Arthur telling her about his plan to use magic. Arthur values her opinion. Gwen says her father would still be alive if it weren't for sorcery but encourages him to follow his instincts
Scene 54: Gwen places a comforting hand on Arthur's shoulder
Scene 65: Gwen and Arthur share a poignant look during the coronation
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