King Arthur

King Arthur

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  • Introduction
  • He was a good king, and he will be missed. Long live the king!!
  • OMG, I can not believe that the king died.
  • Rising Action
  • Oh no, I have forgotten my sword. Wort go get me a sword.
  • I can not believe I spent my whole life being your friend. 
  • Yes sir. I will go try and get you  a sword.
  • Climax
  • OMG, he is pulling out the sword out to the stone!!!
  • I will get this sword out, so Kay can get off my back.
  • Stop lying, I know you did not pull that sword out.
  • Sir Ector asked if the King was alright. King Pellinore told him that the king is dead. Sir Grummore stood up and said, "The King is dead, Long live the King".
  • Falling Action
  • Look, I pulled the sword out of the stone. 
  • Kay wanted to go see a sword that was stuck in a stone, that was stuck in an anvil. When they got to the town, Kay found out that he had forgotten his sword and told the wort to go and fetch it. 
  • Clonclusion
  • We have a new King of Britain. All hail King of Britain.
  • The wort was trying to find a sword for Kay. The wort could not find a sword anywhere. Until he saw a sword in a stone. He pulled on the sword, until it came loss from the stone that it was stuck in.
  •                                                Theme
  • I am Merlin, I am going to vanish into thin air right now.
  • I did not pull the sword out of the stone. The wort did, but I want him to think that I did.
  • The wort took the sword to Kay. Kay could not believe that the wort pulled the sword out of the stone. Kay took the sword to King Pellinore and tried to take the credit. King Pellinore knows that Kay is lying about the sword.
  • Kay told the truth and said the wort pulled the sword out of the stone. Everyone heard him and started to bow to the wort. The wort was now the King of Britain.
  • This story has many themes to in it. One of these themes is the supernatural. There is many events that has supernatural in them. A scene from the story is when Merlin vanishes into thin air. All was left was his talking owl. 
  • He is so magical in so many ways.
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