Day one of birth was supposed to be his last. Mordred was born banished, destined to have died in the sea. Born from his Aunt, Merlin put death over Mordred's head, but also Thirty-Nine other babies as well.
The Lost Soul
(Top Left) Nyneve goes in look for Mordred and takes him to Lothian where he stays for five years and is gifted Gull, his Brachet. Trained and maturing slowly, Mordred confronts his mother while in his stay. (Top Right) One day while out in the forest Gull chases a creature and eventually is in pursuit to lead Gull and Mordred in the forest with Nyneve and his shown how to Scry. (Bottom) Mordred before leaving to Camerlot dreams to be in the presence of King Arthur.
Last Breath, Last Fight
Once arriving at Camerlot, days pass and Mordred is prenouced Sir. Days pass and Mordred decides to take care of his fate on his own. He Ventures out to save not only his life but King Arthur's as well. Leaving the kingdom behind, Mordred is faced with multiple challenges and opponenets. He comes to realize he wants to speak to Merlin himself in the forest. He set Merlin free on accident and suffers the loss of Gull and Nyneve.
Wings Soar Above All
Devastated tired and numb from all that has happened, Mordred wants to free himself from his never ending pain of suffering. He is asked to find someone he can trust and put all his heart too. He meets king Arthur on the shore of grief. Mordred ask the king if he is someone he can trust. One night, Mordred and the King met with the blind man. A ritual is preformed and causes Mordred to lose his soul. Now Mordred, is cold, numb-less and soulless.
Years go by and the day arrived where the fight to the death occurred on,the field where fate was put to the test. King Arthur had acknowledged Mordred fighting, but not getting careless. Before Mordred could find an opening, King Arthur had stabbed Mordred below and dropped his shield. As the sword passed through his body, Mordred with his last bit of strenth, Takes a swing with his sword and strikes King Arthur on his head and wounds him severely.
As King Arthur is taken to Lady in the Lake, Mordred flies below and lands just below his feet. King Arthur realizes its Mordred, and cries, acknowledging his son, the son that was destined to have killed him, had been transformed.