Mordred has a troubled origin. Prophesied as the boy who will ultimately kill King Arthur, his father, everyone despises him from the moment he’s born. King Arthur abandons him by the sea when he’s only a baby, in the hope that the tide will wash him away. However, a fisherman’s wife finds him and raises him as her own.
However, one day, a sorceress arrives at their cottage by the sea. The sorceress, Nyneve, tells the family that she’s taking Mordred away to live with his real mother. The family is devastated to lose Mordred; he feels like their own son, but they know they aren’t strong enough to overpower Nyneve. They also know that there must be something significant about Mordred if a sorceress bothers with him.
Nyneve takes Mordred to live in the town of Lothian. There, he lives with his birth mother, Morgause. He’s still only a young boy,Mordred doesn’t know why Morgause summoned him to stay there when it’s obvious she despises him. He wishes more than anything that he could go back and stay with the fisherman and his wife, but no one lets him. One day, Garret tells Mordred the truth about where he came from, and Mordred is devastated. He knows the whole kingdom thinks he’s a curse on them, and that his father hopes he died at sea years ago.
years later mordred set off to camollot to find his farther and become a night of the round table with the hope of exscaping his fate and having his further claim him as his son.
but in the years to come he encounters many wise and mischief people that show him tht he never exscape his fate and in doing so he would aid it ,with all hope lost he looks for the m an who made the prophetcy,merlin. merline shows him the futur to come.
It is so violent and despairing that Mordred knows there’s nothing he can do to change it. At this point, Mordred accepts the role of murderer, setting out to kill his father. When he kills the king, it brings him no sense of peace, only shame.