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Appearing in "Black Knight"Edit

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Synopsis for "Black Knight"Edit

As the Black Knight participates in a contest, battling it out with other knights, Merlin the magician sees a raven flying over the battlefield and sees it as an ill omen and retreats back to his chambers to learn what the source of the evil is. Viewing events in his crystal ball, Merlin witnesses one of Mordred's minions approach visiting knight Guy of Gascombe and instructing him to humble and injure the Black Knight and he will be rewarded well. Seeing this as a means to compromise his champion, Merlin rushes back out of the castle to warn the Knight of the danger. Meanwhile, Mordred is informed that the deal has been made and so he and his wife Morgan le Fay watch on as the contest continues.

Merlin arrives too late to stop Guy of Gascombe from attacking the Black Knight from behind, knocking the brave warrior down and seriously injuring him. As the Black Knight is pulled from the fight by his horse Lightning, Mordred sends his minions after the Knight in order to learn his secret identity. This fails when Merlin steps in and uses magic dust to blind the pursuers allowing him to take the Black Knight to safety. Merlin gives his warrior a potion that partially heals him and tells Sir Percy to be careful in his civilian guise as any show of his injuries will compromise his secret identity. Meanwhile, elsewhere in the castle, Mordred plots to bump into everyone where the Black Knight was injured in order to prove who the hero is.

Mordred is surprised when he bumps into his cousin Sir Percy and can hardly believe that the cowardly Percy is really the Black Knight. However, when Mordred and his minions corner Sir Percy in his chambers, they are surprised when he is defended by the Black Knight and flee. However this was merely a deception as it is Merlin who is wearing the armor. Sir Percy then quickly changes into his armor and confronts Mordred in his chambers, easily defeating Mordred and his minions and warning them against attacking Sir Percy. Later, the battered Mordred an apology to the amusement of Sir Percy.

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With King Arthur's birthday celebrations under way, the King and his Knights of the Round Table celebrate in a private ceremony. However, Sir Lancelot takes issue with the cowardly Sir Percy being present among them, but King Arthur tells his knight to be more tolerant to one of loyal blood, even if he be a coward.

Soon a band of gypsies arrive at the castle with a number of captured lions which are to be released in the area for King Arthur to hunt as part of his birthday celebrations. When Sir Percy tries to get Lady Rosamund to smile upon him, she tells him that he need only hunt a lion for her and she will, a request Percy politely declines. Sir Percy then pays a visit to Merlin who shows him a troubling scene in his crystal ball: That Mordred is plotting against the King once more. Mordred has paid the leader of the gypsies to hide a pack of lions in a cave and unleash them against Arthur later on hoping to overwhelm him.

Percy changes into the Black Knight and rides out after King Arthur and his knights as the hunt begins. The Knight finds a disguised Mordred among the gypsies who knock King Arthur off his horse with a bolt and unleashes the lions upon him. The Black Knight is able to fight off the lions and save the King's life and gives Mordred and his gypsy allies a thrashing. Later at the castle, having doffed his disguise, Mordred tells King Arthur a lame story of how he fell off his horse during the lion hunt all the while Sir Percy sings a song about Mordred's "accident".

Appearing in "The Crusader"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Crusader"Edit

Guy de Montfort, a dissident within King Richard's ranks and his minions attempt to assassinate the king while he prepares in his tent for the next days battle. However this attempt is thwarted by El Alemain the Crusader who then confronts De Montfort. Montfort and his men have planned for this however and easily subdue the warrior. Taking the Crusader's sword De Montfort then orders his men to sell El Alemain to a nearby slave ship.

Coming too in the galley of the ship, the Crusader finds him chained as an oarsman, but manages to break free from his shackles and uses the chains to assist himself in breaking free and escaping the ship. He then battles De Montfort's minions and when the other knights come to see what the commotion is about, El Alemain has them detained. He then recovers his sword from De Montfort and easily defeats him. The Crusader then warns De Montfort that while he will leave him to live this time, next time he attempts to usurp the King, he will not be so charitable.

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The Black Knight has defeated Sir D'Arcy of France in battle. Angry, Sir D'Arcy demands that King Arthur honor his request to become a member of the Knights of the Round Table and have Lady Rosamond's hand in marriage. The King however reminds D'Arcy that he was entitled if he won the contest and that Lady Rosamond would have smiled upon him had he won, but she was free to choose whomever she wished to marry. Angered by this, D'Arcy warns King Arthur that he would regret his decisions. Later that day, the women in the castle decide to go into town disguised as commoners. Hearing this Sir Percy offers to tag along to insure that the women stay safe. While they dismiss this due to his cowardly personality, they still allow him to tag along.

They stop at a nearby Inn to have a drink where a local strong man named Simon Strong decides to try and force himself upon Lady Rosamond. Slipping away, Sir Percy changes into the Black Knight and challenges Simon to a battle with his choice weapon: the bo staff. The Black Knight wins the battle, but suddenly Sir D'Arcy appears and he and his minions force the Knight and the other men in the Inn to flee while he takes Lady Rosamond and the other women prisoner. The Black Knight then rallies the men in a counter attack and defeats Sir D'Arcy and his minions and free Lady Rosamond and the others. The Black Knight rushes off to change back into Sir Percy and when he returns to the castle he makes up the excuse that he ran for help when trouble started.

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