He took the realm by force and ruled competently for many years, creating prosperity for his people. Mordred is buried by Morgana who swears revenge, but after tracking Arthur and Merlin down is killed by Excalibur. A sorrowful Arthur departs, but inadvertently allows his father's spirit to escape the Otherworld when he looks back at him. She also refers to Merlin as "the gangly boy" and uses him as surety to ensure that Arthur does not attempt to kill her for practicing magic. Merlin prevented them both from finishing the sacrifice and killing Arthur, using Sophia's discarded magical staff to kill both Aulfric and his daughter. In the next-to-last episode, "The Coming of Arthur, Part One", Arthur was sent on a mission to retrieve the Cup of Life from the Druids, unaware that Morgana and Morgause also sought it to use against Camelot. L'essentiel de la semaine : record de collecte du Livret A, une nouvelle appli pour les impôts, comment déduire les pensions alimentaires ?, des podcasts pour préparer sa retraite, c'est quoi un déficit foncier ?, microcrédit pour les ménages modestes qui veulent acheter un véhicule propre, lutte contre les arnaques. Gwaine was one of four knights who were knighted the day before the overthrow of Morgause's immortal army. Cliquez ensuite sur le lien présent dans le mail. Kara (portrayed by Alexandra Dowling) was a druid girl and Mordred's love interest, and possibly, childhood friend. He desired the Fisher King's kingdom to be returned to its former glory. Once Gwen is returned to her normal self, Morgana makes it her mission to hunt down Emrys. In the episode 'Gates of Avalon', Gaius talks to Morgana about her being a seer, but this is never addressed by them again. When faced with the choice of either him or Merlin drinking poison to stop the curse, Arthur took the responsibility upon himself, refusing to let Merlin or Camelot die because of him. Although he died years ago, he appeared to Merlin- it was unspecified whether Taliesin had left a magical 'recording' of himself to pass on his message, had come forward in time from the past, or if this was merely his ghost- when Arthur was badly injured by an arrow, healing Arthur's wound and subsequently taking Merlin—whom he referred to as 'Emrys'--to the Crystal Cave, where he showed Merlin the crystals, explaining that only a few rare individuals are able to use the crystals to see the future. Under the command of Morgana she is made to betray Arthur in the next episode. Morgana makes a full recovery and furiously reveals to Morgause that Uther is her father; whilst Morgana is repulsed, Morgause is pleased as it means Morgana has a legitimate claim to Camelot's throne. On a later occasion, Gaius was briefly reunited with his old fiancée, Alice, who had been forced to flee the kingdom due to Uther's prosecution of magic, but Merlin's discovery that she was under the influence of a manticore forced her to leave once again even after he and Gaius destroyed the manticore, although Gaius chose to stay behind in order to continue guiding Merlin. Arthur killed his son in single combat; he did not have a quarrel with the boy, but the other prince would not back down from the challenge. The young king ends up very disappointed by the reunion; Uther disagrees with almost all of the changes Arthur has made, including the knighting of common-born men, the very idea of the Round Table and crowning Guinevere queen. Frais de notaire : pouvez-vous les négocier ? Over time, sadly, her growing fear that she has magic, as well as her increasing anger towards Uther's callousness, a distance from Arthur (possibly due to his growing close to her maid), the hostility of the Great Dragon toward her (that she is unaware of) and most importantly, the unwillingness of Merlin and Gaius to tell her the truth or give her any real help in understanding or controlling what's happening to her - all of which serves to leave her feeling increasingly isolated and alone- which enables Morgause and others to corrupt and use her - eventually; following a long period of isolation with Morgause (indicated to be about a year) sees her previous compassionate views warped and Morgana become fully committed to evil. Arthur disarms Olaf, but does not kill him, as that is not the way to make peace. When they got to the place where Merlin thought Agravaine had been going, they decided to split up. This would prove difficult since according to the knight's code of Camelot, only noblemen could become knights. Trois réflexes à avoir avant de souscrire à une SCPI ! After Arthur got almost knocked out, Elyan started fighting Ruadan, giving Merlin some lee-way to take Arthur to safety. Although beast-Freya appeared calmer around Merlin, calming down simply from the sight of him even when surrounded by the knights, the wound Freya had sustained proved to be fatal, staying alive only long enough for Merlin to take her to the nearby lake. In the episode "Lancelot du Lac", Morgana brings Lancelot back from the dead when she hears that Arthur intends to marry Gwen. In the second-season premiere, "The Curse of Cornelius Sigan", it was revealed that he was executed for his use of evil magic. Before setting the pyre off, however, Merlin used his magic to cleanse Lancelot's soul but in doing so managed to briefly resurrect him. In order to release himself from her power, Merlin confronts Morgana as an 80-year-old man and she immediately recognizes the feared Emrys. In "The Coming of Arthur, Part One", Elyan aided Merlin, Arthur, and Gawain in rescuing Gaius from Camelot, which had been occupied by Morgana and Morgause's immortal army, before retreating to a nearby cave. Gaius also has a valued place in Uther's council, being one of the few people who dares to speak out against Uther's actions on crucial occasions, although Uther's prejudice against magic commonly blinds him to Gaius's good advice. Gaius referred to her as Morgana's half-sister before he knew that Morgana was, in fact, the daughter of Uther, and not Gorlois. Balinor is killed as they return home, but Merlin inherits his abilities and tames the Great Dragon, forcing it to end its rampage. Uther returns to the castle as a vengeful ghost, attacking anything that he thinks is leading Arthur astray, eventually resolving to rule Camelot as a spirit. The spirit used Elyan to try and avenge his death by killing Arthur. Edwin attempted to kill Gaius using flames, likely an attempt to mirror the flames Gaius had consigned Edwin's parents to, but Merlin appeared and stopped him. The series climax sees Morgana turned into a vessel for a sleeping plague by Morgause, her half-sister, and Merlin poisons her reluctantly, blackmailing Morgause into ending her attack. In the battle Mordred succeeds in wounding Arthur, however Arthur then stabs him dead. Lancelot guesses that Arthur loves Gwen and so he leaves at the end of the episode so they can be together. Morgana, it transpires, has been mortally wounded in the battle and escapes the castle. Annis also saw Morgana for what she was far more astutely than most, proclaiming that she was far more like her father than she would care to admit. Arthur later claimed to believe that all magic was evil, which visibly devastated Merlin. On more than one occasion in "The Hunter's Heart", he even threatened to send Merlin to join Gwen in exile. Drea had a mother, father, and younger sister, all of whom possibly perished in the attack. Shortly thereafter, Morgause and her army captured Camelot and Uther. Throughout the fourth season, Agravaine influenced Arthur heavily in matters of state, even encouraging the young king to go against his own instincts and wishes, such as killing the king of another kingdom who had been raiding inside Camelot's borders and distancing himself from Gwen in the episode, "His Father's Son". Seemingly at her end, Morgana greets death however the dragon Aithusa arrives and breaths back life into Morgana. It took much cajoling from Merlin to lift his spirits and encourage him to stand up to Morgana. Hunith is an old friend of Gaius, they met when he helped Merlin's father escape from Uther's clutches because he was a dragon lord, so she wrote to him asking him to take care of her son. Later he mysteriously returns to Camelot with news of a magical secret that threatens to change the landscape of the kingdom forever. ("Sweet Dreams"). Inhabiting Cedric's body, Sigan animated the citadel's gargoyles and unleashed a raven-like monster to destroy Camelot, forcing Merlin to go to the Great Dragon for help. While working against the kingdom from the outside, Morgause sent her half-sister to serve as a spy and occasional assassin within the royal household itself. Now, more crazed than ever to kill Arthur, Morgana travels to the Lake of Avalon after learning that Merlin is attempting to save Arthur there. As he escapes, Merlin attempts to stop him by causing a branch to trip him up, but Mordred retaliates by impaling two knights in the back with spears, grimly informing Merlin that he will not forgive nor forget this. Aulfric (portrayed by Kenneth Cranham) was a Sidhe in human form. He said he couldn't find where they were, but he guessed that they would be in Ruadan's castle. In the episode, Alice returned to Camelot, supposedly hoping to see Gaius again. Morgana incapitates Merlin as she moves to kill Arthur, but is stabbed in the back by Mordred. After the Great Dragon was freed in "The Fires of Idirsholas" and began a series of repeated attacks on Camelot in the second-season finale, Arthur and Merlin went on a desperate search to find Balinor, hoping to convince him to stop the dragon's assault. Excalibur was the only weapon that could kill the immortal army of Morgana and Morgause's doing. With no other way to save the kingdom — conventional weapons and Merlin's magic prove useless — Uther agrees with Gaius's suggestion that they call on the aid of the presumed-dead last dragonlord, Balinor, and Merlin learns this man was his father. Morgana wavered briefly before him, showing some slight sign of guilt, but eventually told him that it was his stance on magic that had led to this. She tried to use magic to attack him, but thanks to Merlin sabotaging her power the night before, Morgana was left powerless. During Morgana's subsequent conquest of Camelot, Gwen feigned continued loyalty to her mistress in order to wait for an opportunity to assist Arthur, eventually managing to sneak Sir Leon out of Camelot so that the two of them could join Arthur and his small band of knights. Many people died as a result of Morgana and Morgause's actions, including Lancelot, who also acted as a willing sacrifice to seal the Dorocha away again. Société Droits réservés. He is also the first of the "Knights of the Round Table" that is shown in the series. George (portrayed by Leander Deeny) is a servant in Camelot. His reunion with Gwen brought up the brief attraction the two had shared during their first meeting, though Lancelot was ashamed of his situation and seemed to have lost any hope of ever achieving anything better in life. Though Morgause was gone, her actions had far-reaching consequences. During the subsequent raid on Camelot, Gwaine and his other allies are knighted by Arthur around the Round Table in recognition of their service to Camelot, Gwaine commenting before the battle that, even if they have no chance of victory, he wouldn't miss this fight for anything. Morgause's immortal army, created using the Cup of Life, support Morgana’s tyrannical reign. Though she flirted with a plan to try and to kill Uther, in anger for his execution of her maid and friend Gwen's father, the blacksmith Tom (implicated in a plot of a group of rogue sorcerers, who want Uther dead)- she later abandoned them when Uther indicated to her that he was 'wrong' in his decision regarding Tom (though this seems to be more about Morgana and the late Gorlois, than his attitude regarding anything related to magic cases)- and she then killed Tauren, who led the attempt on the king. The dying sorcerer gives Arthur a coin from the Disir, interpreted as a judgement against Arthur. Gwaine was also part of the battle which never took place where Arthur defeated Caerleon's champion, creating peace between Arthur and Annis. Before Arthur and Merlin left him, Merlin revealed that Gaius was one of the people under threat and that Merlin himself was Balinor's son, and a short time later, Balinor rejoined the two, agreeing to help. Later, it became clear to Merlin that they needed to get Arthur to safety. With Gwaine having been injured in the fight, Arthur had him brought to Camelot to treat his wounds. Isolde (portrayed by Miranda Raison) was a smuggler along with partner Tristan. The following day, Arthur led his small band into the dungeons and fought fiercely against Morgana's immortal soldiers, holding them off until Merlin was able to destroy them by emptying the Cup of Life of the blood it held. Continuing with his story that he had left Camelot before the tournament, he pretended to have killed Myror during an ambush on the way back. Morgana is enraged by Mordred's death and vows to get revenge. She was arrested for witchcraft but later released, and joyfully reunited with her father. However, she didn't understand Uther’s hatred for magic, and did not favour his reaction of killing those with magic. Although Merlin and Gwen were able to break Arthur's enchantment, Vivian apparently remained in love with Arthur as she departed Camelot; it is unknown if the spell will wear off over time or she will be forever be under its effects. Gwaine saw somebody going along the tunnels and he followed them. When Merlin survives Morgana forces his silence about their plans by threatening to tell Uther that he poisoned the king's beloved ward. She instructs Agravaine to help her find and destroy Emrys. During the final of series four he sits in the dungeons with Elyan and Gawaine, where he lies depressed, weak and dying. Demonstrating great physical strength, Percival triggered a rockslide that saved Arthur and his allies from Morgause's attacking immortal knights, prompting Arthur to ask Percival to call him 'Arthur' rather than 'Your Highness' despite the fact that the two had only just met. The aftermath of Morgana's occupation left Uther devastated and Arthur in charge for the foreseeable future. Soon after this, Arthur came to remember just how much he cared for and relied on Merlin when the other man was captured by bandits in "A Servant of Two Masters". Arthur defeats Odin in single combat, sparing his enemy's life and finally bringing a truce between the two kingdoms. So due to his compassion, Arthur and his remaining knights try to get there, but openly (not for Morgana) using Annis' kingdom instead. This left Morgause trapped among the dead for good. After saving Merlin's life from a rampaging griffin, the warlock promised to help the other man achieve his goal. Also, a clearly different 'Great Dragon' appears in the 1998 film, Merlin, to whom Nimueh is almost sacrificed. She first notices Merlin when he stands up to Arthur when Arthur is taunting a servant. Arthur kills Mordred outright with Excalibur, and then collapses. Cedric (portrayed by Mackenzie Crook) was a conman who set out to usurp Merlin's place as Arthur's manservant. Nonetheless, he survived the battle and gained a permanent home and status as a knight in Camelot. La fourniture d'articles nécessite dorénavant un code … Just as he remained unaware of Morgana's true loyalties in the third season, Arthur remained unaware of Agravaine's allegiance to Morgana until the end of the season.