Lord, I plead with you not to give battle to Sir Modred tomorrow
You have no honor, prepare to die!
Have at you! I will rid you of this land!
King Arthur awakes from a horrible dream of his demise. He awakes to Sir Gawain and several noblewoman standing in his chamber. Sir Gawain warn Arthur not to fight Sir Modred for a prophecy that fortells the death of Arthhur and all of his follwers.
Gah! The lady of the lake!? She must be retrieving Escalibur!
King Arthur and Sir Modred met on the battlefield and, because of a misunderstanding, began a deadly battle. The fighting encompassed tens of thousands of soldiers, knights, and calvary. Many perished on both sides.
What an honorable king.
Father, I wish only to be near to my true liege
Arthur confront Modred alone on the field after the battle. Although Arthur had won the field, only four of his followers survived while the rest had perished in the carnage. In the fight between Modred and King Aruthure, both suffer fatal blows.
On the brink of death, Arthur asks his brother Bedivere to compete one last task: returning Escalibur to the lady of the lake. Bedivere failed this task three time but he succeeded the third time, saw the lady of the lake, and returnred to the dying Arthur.
Arthur was then taken along with a party of beautiful,mystical women to Avalon in order to be healed. Sometime later, Bedivere found the Bishop of Canterbury crying and praying at the seat of a new tomb. When Sir Bedivere interrogated the Bishop, he found that the tomb was for Arthur. Sir Bedivere and the Bishop then spent the rest of their lives devoted to honoring and praying for Arthur.