On this day, the first of May, the great King Arthur was told by Merlin of he fateful task. Merlin and the King loaded the coracle with 40 babies sending them off to their deaths. Till the day the King died he would truly regret the this day, but would accept his fate the day he met it at the crossroads.
It's all my fault
Nyneve and Mordred rod through the forest perilous and saw a white deer running for its life, and right behind it was three large black hounds. Nyneve told Mordred to never forget what he saw in the forest.
The Fate of a Damaged Soul
Once Mordred grew into a young man he went on a quest for the Grail not realizing what he would learn. On his journey Mordred came across three ladies sitting underneath the largest tree he had ever seen. The ladies told Mordred that they were spinning the thread of his life and offered him the chance to change his fate. Mordred refused the offer and went about his journey.
Meeting at the Crossroad
One night Mordred went to sleep in the most beautiful garden he had ever seen. Before Mordred went to sleep he released a caged raven he had seen. When he woke up in the morning everything was gone and barren so he decided to leave. As he left Gull fell over dead. As he looked into the still eyes of his companion he could see the death of everything that was good in his life.
One night the King, Mordred, and a Harper gather in the forest. The Harper told Mordred he could give his soul to someone he trusted and because Nyneve had died, he chose his father. As Mordred's soul flew out of his body and into the hands of Arthur a raven swooped down and killed the moth that was Mordred's soul.
Through all of the fighting both mentally and physically Mordred's fate led to this very moment. The moment when he is killed by his father, while also dealing a traumatic blow to the Kings head. Mordred fought his whole life to break his dreaded fate and came to the conclusion that it couldn't be broken. Yet, in the end Mordred's true fate of being a Guardian over his father's life until the day he was no longer needed, broke the belief of him being a true terror.