The first square is when Arthur pulled out the sword for the second time and they all said "Long live King Arthur. The long lost son." of the story "From Young Arthur". The second is when Arthur left Kay's sword then Sir Ector got mad at him and ordered for him to go back and fetch him. After that, he stopped his horse and went down to 'borrow' the sword in the stone and went back to Sir Ector and Kay.
No it's not Kay's fault. He did nothing wrong. It's my fault.
Is that so m'boy? Then mind if you pull it out again?
A knight must be thick-skinned and ready to bear even grievous wounds without flinching.
Long live the long lost king!!!
*whisper* It's just Merlin's plot to put a beardless boy, a puppet on the throne ,so he can be the king.
LONG LIVE THE KING!!!
Please keep this baby in your keeping, for there are enemies at court.
We will gladly welcome him as our own son
Kay and Arthur trains for the great tournament. Kay made Arthur his apprentice.
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