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  • The King is Dead.(Exposition)
  • Sir Ector what has happened?
  • The king is dead and they're holding a tournament to see who the new king will be.
  • We Have to Find The Church.(Rising Action)
  • Are we almost there?
  • We're almost there Arthur. Please try to be patient.
  • Kay pulled the sword or did he?(Climax)
  • Who are you? What are you doing here?
  • What does it look like. I'm here to pull the sword. Not you. Now get out of here.
  • Arthur finds out that the king has died. Sir Ector told Arthur that they'll be a tournament to decide the next king. Whoever pulls the sword out of the stone slab then, they're the true rightful king.
  • Who pulled the sword? Arthur or Kay.(Falling Action)
  • All I have to do now. Is simply take it to Sir Ector.
  • In this scene Arthur and Sir Ector try to find the church so Arthur can try and pull the sword to become the new king.
  • Kay lies. Sir Ector make the right call.(Resolution)
  • I know who pulled the sword. I was watching. Arthur is the king.
  • In this scene Arthur is alone and Sir Ector stayed behind to watch the horse, but when Arthur arrives at the Church he meets a man named Kay.
  • Arthur's the king! The tale of Arthur the King begins.
  • In this scene Arthur pulled the sword, but Kay takes it and tries to find Sir Ector to take the credit.
  • Hey! I pulled that out!
  • In this scene Kay shows Sir Ector the sword, but Arthur tells him he pulled it. Now Sir Ector nees to make the right call.
  • I pulled the sword! Please Sir Ector make the right call.
  • No! I pulled the sword! Now make the call now. Ector!
  • In this last scene we see Sir Ector bowing down to the rightful king.
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