Over 30 babies wash up on the sea and a young fisher woman finds one alive and takes it home. She does not know who this baby is or what name he carries with him.
Oh my goodness, he's Alive! We will call him Tad.
Scene 2: Mordred gets taken away
Years later, after living with fishermother, a sorceress by the name Nyneve takes Mordred to live with his real Mother. While sad, Mordred is hopeful in his future with his real family.
Wow she is pretty
No One wants me
Scene 3: Mordred learns his past
Mordred misses home and is miserable in Lothian. To make things worse, Garet tells Mordred the truth about his parents, King Arthur and Queen Morgause, who are actually half-siblings.
I don't want to kill him, I just want to be loved.
Scene 4: Camelot
Gull leads Mordred to Camelot to meet his father. But when he gets there he realizes he can't tell them his true identity and learns that King Arthur is actually a great person. He decides he wants to fight his fate.
Mordred decides it is best to keep his distance from Camelot in order to fight his fate of one day killing King Arthur. However, Merlin tells Mordred that there is no way he can fight his fate and that he must accept it. In the process, Nyneve is killed which ruins his hopes of maybe one day fighting his fate.
Scene 5: Merlin
How can I accept my fate?
Scene 6: The Raven
Merlin told Mordred to give his soul to someone he trusts in order to be at peace. Mordred can only think of one person he trusts, King Arthur. He agrees to take his soul. When the ceremony begins however a raven steals it from Mordred. While this is tragic Mordred is now soulless and is at peace with himself and his fate. This brings a positive spin on Mordred's inevitable doom because he is finally at peace.