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    Mordred is by far the evils biggest asset, for the fact that he is unknown to Merlin, and only known to the other evil players of the game. To be able to play Mordred the player needs to play as a generic good, blend in, and sneak onto as many missions as possible. The most efficient way of doing this is by gaining the trust of Merlin and using him as a close ally in the game. Once the player has discovered they are Mordred, the planning must begin right away. The best strategy is as follows: discover Merlin, gain his trust, and then fail as many missions as possible. Since all other evil players are already known to modred, it is easier to narrow down who Merlin is. To decide who merlin is, Mordred must watch the voting patterns of all good…

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    Mordred, almost since his inception as an Arthurian character, he has been synonymous with such terms as treachery. While it is not the first actual mention of him, Mordred’s first full comprehensive account is found in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s The History of the Kings of Britain. Along with Monmouth’s portrayal of him, Sir Thomas Malory’s Le Morte Darthur carries a comparable weight of magnitude regarding Mordred and his treacherous ways. These two works of literature are chronologically…

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    Although King Arthur signed a treaty with Mordred, he called in for a fight against him. Wounded as he was he cared nothing for his life but to kill Mordred. By his sword which called the ladies of the barge to come in need of Arthur. In Le Morte D’Arthur King Arthur’s death was expected, and he reveals his character through his decisions and actions. King Arthur knew he will die from his fight with Mordred, as it has shown in his dreams. So, he called in for a treaty with Mordred for…

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    Guinevere

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    destroys him and his land. However, there is more to it than that and there are a few, lesser known, versions as well. In one, yes, Arthur does find out of the affair, but that is because he begins to eventually suspect it (how could you not, I mean your wife and your best friend? You would have to know.) and is forced to confront the two of them. When they confessed, since it is the Medieval times and all, Arthur had to fight Lancelot. A battle ensued with men joining in on both sides and…

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    marry Mordred, who was Arthur’s nephew, because while Arthur was away from his kingdom Mordred was planning on taking over the kingdom. Tichelaar informs that, “Mordred is Arthur’s nephew, the son of Arthur’s sister, and no hint of incest exists to suggest that Mordred is Arthur’s son. Only later would the incest motif be added to the legend. While Arthur is away, Mordred attempts to seize the kingdom and to marry Guinevere” (Tichelaar). Mordred was considered as family to Arthur was now…

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    Sir Gawain's Chivalry

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    Arthur is having a Christmas dinner for his knights and the people of Camelot. During this is when the Green Knight shows up and proposes a game to see if any of the so called “greatest knights” would accept his challenge. This is where the main character Sir Gawain has his chance to prove himself to the other knights and show his chivalry. In order to do this Sir Gawain has to accept the change proposed and then go on a quest which could result in the end of his life. In addition, the story…

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    Mordred: A Short Story

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    "What's happened?" Kara gasped in shock. Selyf silenced her with a measuring look. "I don't know. Our best healers are tending to him now, but as long as he remains unconscious…" "I want to see him!" "No, Kara. Mordred is in a terrible state. You must wait until his condition is more stable." "But what if he dies?!" Selyf wrapped an arm around his daughter's shoulders, speaking much more gently than he had before. "That isn't going to happen. Mordred is strong; you know that better than…

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    The battle is bloody and many knights fall. Arthur s instructed by the ghost of Sir Gawain to not fight until banished Launcelot returns. Due to a false signal the battle starts before Launcelot gets the notification. Both Mordred and Arthur die, but what is strange is that a ghost told him not to. Wouldn’t that be enough of a warning? One would think so. Arthur lays dying and calls Sir Bedevere to take his sword and throw it back into the lake. Three times he lies and three times Arthur makes…

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    Mordred Synthesis Essay Mordred the knight: he is an individual in the Arthurian legend cycle and is involved a major conflict with the King. Mordred association with King Arthur always causes conflict, but the blame put on the poor knight changes over time. The legend of Mordred changes from allowing a reader to develop an opinion on Mordred’s actions in“Roman De Brut” to a reader being told Mordred causes strife in “The Slain Knight” because the author is pandering to the audience's’ tastes…

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    Arthurian Love Triangles

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    despair and dies. After hearing of Tristan’s death, Iseult of Cornwall dies soon after because of grief. The tragedy in this story was dark and, filled with jealousy. This means that not all love triangles work out and that someone will eventually get hurt. The last, but most famous love triangle, is between Arthur, Guinevere, and Lancelot. In this triangle, Arthur falls in love with Guinevere and they get married. They lived happily married for a couple of years. Soon, Lancelot, one of the…

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