King Arthur Pendragon is the 109th King of Camelot and also a legendary hero, who was chosen to be King at the age of 10 by the Sword of Selection by pulling it from the stone. With the help of Aurelius son, Merlin and Sir Ector, he has became one of the most skillful, and most powerful king Camelot has ever seen. With tactical intuition, and with the mastery skill with the way of the sword, he is considered to be a deadly threat by the Anglo-Saxons in the Great Albion Civil War.
Howevr, founding about her heritage, Mordred betrayed Arthur, and escaped Camelot, all the while destroying Caliburn.
Birth & Childhood
Before Arthur was born to king Uther Pendragon and Ygrayne of Cornwall in the mid 5th century. His mother before being with Uther was the wife of Gorlois of Tintagel, Duke of Cornwal. When they visited Camelot, King Uther fell madly in love with Ygrayne, and soon attempted to force court her in Camelot. However, she refused and quickly told her husband. Soon after being informed, Gorlois and Ygrayne left the kingdom without being told leave.
This gave the excuse of war by King Uther against the Duke. Uther then asked Merlin to help him enter the Castle of Tintagel, and soon the Wizard had made potions that turned Uther into Gorlis. As the Duke, Uther was able to enter the castle and into the bedchambers of Ygrayne and slept with her. As it soon turns out, Gorlis was killed at his castle at that same night.
Soon after the war, Ygrayne is then courted to King Uther. However, after knowing Arthur wont be as strong as he'd liked. He then asked Merlin again in aid. However, in return, he wishes for Arthur and that his identity and birth a secret. Accepting the offer, when Arthur was born, Merlin took the newborn away from Ygrayne, and soon Merlin gave him to Ector at his estate and raised him with Kay like his own son.
Sword in the Stone
Powers & Abilities
- Caliburn: Arthur's fable sword that is the symbol of his Kinghood, knight and his ideals. Caliburn is a High-Class Divine Construct, forged from the Earth itself, and all of the might of the divines. It is the sword pulled from the stone by Arthur, to which also symbolizes his worth to be King.