Your world, Merlin. Not mine. I shall be in Rome.
My knights trust me not to betray them to their enemy.
You tell that to the knights you killed before my eyes! Whose bones are buried in this earth!
You know nothing of the loss I speak! Shall I help you remember? An attack on a village. The screams of an innocent woman.
I ran to the burial mound of my father to free her. To kill you.
Father, please... let loose your sword.
I feel the heat of that fire on my face even now.
There is not destiny. There is only free will.
I'm sorry for your loss
The path he chose was beyond the reach of the church, Alecto
What, that some men are born to be slaves? No, that isn't true.
Pelagius, a man as close to me as any there is now teaching that all men are free. Equal. And that each of us has the right to choose his own destiny.
Get them all out of the carriages. Tell them to spread out.
Ganis, I need you to lead the people. The main Saxon army is inland so if you track the coastline until youíre well south of the wall, youíll be safe.
No. You must bear witness to what you have seen.Thereís one thing you must do, and thatís get back to Rome.
Hold until I give the command
I believe theyíre waiting for an invitation. Bors, Tristan.
Aim for the wings of the ranks. Make them cluster
Itís not going to crack. Fall back. Fall back! Prepare for combat.
Bishop Germanius. Friend of my father.
It was my father's wish that if he died on this island he would be buried with his knights.
It's a family tradition
Deeds in themselves are meaningless unless they are done for some higher purpose. We have waged a war to protect a Rome that doesn't exist. Is that the deed I am to be judged by?
Pelagius told me once there is no worse death, than the end of hope.
Perhaps the curse is of our own making. And the blessing.