The Sword in the Stone

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  • Arthur had a crazy dream about a dragon, and told his brother Kay about it, before they had to go to school and later head off to work.
  • You're as crazy as our father! Come on, we have to take our classes.
  • As the years passed, both brother finished their studies and strated training with Sir Ector. They grew strong and tall and soon after Kay became a squire and he was expected to be a knight. Arthur was still waiting to see what his destiny had in store for him
  • Don't make me laugh!
  • I'm going to beat you brother!
  • You can both do it better!
  • Meanwhile, in a near kingdom, the most succesfull knights of England met at the abbey to pray. They asked God a sign for them to crown the King of England. As they prayed a sword stucked in a stone appeared, everyone tried to take it out but no one could. The man who could take out the sword would be crowned King of England.
  • Some time after, a knight tournament was held at the sword's kingdom. Kay went with Arthur as his squire.
  • Kay had forgotten his sword at the inn the where staying at. Arthur ran to the inn and found it closed; desperate, Arthur searched everywhere until he found the sword in the stone and took it out easily.
  • What am i supposed to do now?!
  • Arthur took the sword to Kay, and everyone noticed it was the sword in the stone. Arthur was taken back to the church so everyone could witness it, and they did. Arthur was crowend King of England.
  • I shall rule with my brother Kay and Sir Ector by my side.
  • We'll be right at your side!
  • And so Arthur ruled many years, and became the best king England had ever seen.
  • Arthur now knew where hecame from, he came from a noble family and was given to Sir Ector when he was just a baby by Merlin, the greatest wizard there has ever been...
  • LONG LIVE THE KING!
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