Fuck Yeah, King Arthur is for those so-called "Camelot Kooks" who can't get enough of the world of Arthur and his Knights.


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anshchandak asked
hey.,i was just going through ur blog cause i have a project on king arthur.i basically have to make a diorama based on him,so it would be really good if you could help me out here!please thanks

Hi! Sorry I went MIA for a while. I’m unsure of when you sent this… do you still need help?

Moving Beyond the Final Frontier: The not very amazing Arthurian Fanfic generator

lucrenoin:

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storytellerknight:

fuckyeaharthuriana:

Click on Thou shall give me the plot!

“Lancelot has to marry Lamorak! Merlin is confused about a lot of feelings! It’s an adventurous story and the Camlann battle has a…

It happened! I reblogged it on fuckyeaharthuriana

Merlin revealing his magic is definitely going to be the ultimate test for Arthur and Merlin, and I think it might be explored in the fifth season,” Morgan says. “The levels of trust between friends is one thing, but Arthur’s distrust of magic is something that runs longer than he and Merlin have been friends. It will take much more influence and much more work to break and to overcome. Certainly we’re entering into that territory, but it’s never going to be an easy task for Merlin. Still, it has to happen sooner or later.

Colin Morgan (S4 article with Nice Girls TV)

(Source: fy-merlinxarthur)

That the latter [Arthur] was entirely a fictitious person is difficult to believe. There is always some substratum of truth on which the wildest legends are based, though it may be so disguised and perverted as hardly to be recognized; and I do not hesitate to receive the Arthur of Nennius as the historic Arthur.

W.F. Skene  “Four Ancient Books of Wales” (1868)

fyeah-history:

A facsimile page of Y Gododdin, one of the most famous early Welsh texts featuring King Arthur, c. 1275

fyeah-history:

A facsimile page of Y Gododdin, one of the most famous early Welsh texts featuring King Arthur, c. 1275

optimistsdaughter:

I’ve always loved this Excalibur illustration just because Arthur appears to be saying “A sword? For me? Oh you shouldn’t have!”

optimistsdaughter:

I’ve always loved this Excalibur illustration just because Arthur appears to be saying “A sword? For me? Oh you shouldn’t have!”