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CCCXI - Higgitus Figgitus

Arthur has been given too many chores so Merlin comes up with a brilliant idea.

Submitted by: Ronin Dragonslayer

Lady of the Lake

King Arthur and his faithful wizard companion Merlin set off to icy mountains. When they reach the lake, the Lady emerged from the water and offered Arthur the powerful sword - Excalibur.

Based on the original King Arthur legend about Excalibur.

Submitted by: Toltomeja

Merlin and the storm

By sacrificing Merlin to the great sea god Manadwyn, Nimue summoned a storm to wreck Arthur's fleet, and with it his chances of defeating Mordred. Throughout the storm, though, Merlin's corpse was seen to be floating behind Arthur's ship, shielding it and its crew form harm. When the storm abated, Arthur's was the only ship of the invasion fleet still floating, forcing him, Guinevere, Derfel, Ceinwyn, Gwydre, Seren and the remaining wolf tails at Mordred's mercy.

Submitted by: Becheman

Only coconuts can be Heard

Submitted by: Justin M

Round Table

The myth of the round table stems from a simple table in a small pavilion on the grounds of Camelot where the knights of Uther and the young Arthur would have a few drinks and be merry (and in one memorable setting Mary).

Submitted by: New Danarchy

The death of King Arthur

In his last battle an aged King Arthur defeats his bastard son Mordred, but dies the very same moment from the wounds he suffered in the finght. With his last breath he asks Sir Bedivere to throw Excalibur into the enchanted lake. Suddenly a head emerges from the water and take the sword back into the deep.

Submitted by: KumpelKante

The Final Battle

The Battle of Camlann is reputed to have been the final battle of King Arthur, in which he was fatally wounded fighting his enemy, the traitorous Mordred.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

The Knights of the Round Table

King Arthur's round table was notable, not for its shape, but for the ideal it represented. At the round table no one was head or foot, but all were treated as equals. Here some of the knight meet with the King after a sucssesful quest to retrieve the Holy Grail to reaffirm their vows to the kingdom and each other.

Submitted by: MAJ Josh

The Knights of the Round Table

Submitted by: Disco86

The Legendary Black Beast of Aaaaarrrrrrggghhh

This set depicts the scene where King Arthur and the knights of the round table enter the cave of Caerbannog after defeating the ferocious rabbit.

• Includes 4 minifigures: King Arthur, Sir Bedevere, Sir Lancelot and Brother Maynard

• Let brother Maynard read the last words of Joseph of Arimathea which have been carved into the rocks.

• Correct Sir Bedevere's pronunciation ("Oooooh!" "No, no, Aaaaarrrrrrggghhh, at the back of the throat." "No, no, no, oooooooh, in surprise and alarm." "Oh, you mean sort of aaaah!")

• Make the horrendous black beast devour Brother Maynard

• Let King Arthur issue the well-known command ("Run away, run away!")

Submitted by: Rifiröfi

The Sword in the Stone

"Whoso pulleth out this sword of this stone and anvil is rightwise King, born of England."

Submitted by: cmaddison

They made no small slaughter

Arthurian Scene

491AD, Mount Badon, England. Following the departure of the Roman forces from England, Anglo Saxon warriors have come to the island (possibly from invasion or as employed mercenaries).

With the Anglo-Saxon's growth in power and increased land in the islands, the Briton Kings (Romano-British) joined together under a war lord named Ambrosius Aurelianus (Arthur) and formed an army. Meanwhile Aelle of Sussex pushed further west with his Saxon army threatening to take more land.

The two armies met and fought at Badon Hill, where Arthur inflicted a severe defeat on the Saxon army. The victory stopped Saxon expansion for the next fifty or more years, giving the island a rare interlude of peace and prosperity.

Exactly where the battle was fought, how it was fought, the composition of the armies, and exact details of Arthur (Ambrosius) are open to interpretation. I have taken the date from Bede's 'The Ecclesiastical History of the English People' and the story line is heavily inspired by Bernard Cromwell's trilogy on Arthur.

This scene shows Arthur and Aelle in the final moments of the battle.

Submitted by: peggyjdb

This should be working

It was the day Arthur tried to pull the sword form the stone. It also happened to be the day the dwarves decided to make the under ground highway.

Submitted by: Purple Wolf

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