Everyone should go see King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. It was fantastic!
Just a fair warning, it’s an action fantasy, not historical, but boy was it epic. 
Guy Ritchie never disappoints. The cast was amazing, especially Charlie Hunnam and Jude Law, and the soundtrack was absolutely flawless.
I went to see it in 3D and I had chills all over my body.  If you’re a big fantasy fan like me, you should definitely go see it.


Mordred & Arthur | Apologise


More AU Arthurian lore junk @missyzero and I have been tinkering with.

If none of this makes sense, that’s ok! These drawings are only fragments of the story. I-it’s complicated. Maybe someday I’ll share more with you guys about it!

If you guys wanna know what Sonic’s armor is like, here’s a link to it’s reference! It’s old art, but I still kinda like it.

  • "Wow, the new King Arthur movie is a Fresh take on a boring, overrated old legend! It is so Gritty and Realsitic and the characters aren't Boring Goody Two-Shoes Knights in Shining Armor, which is TOTALLY unheard of, automatically making it So Original!"
  • T.H. White: Lancelot is bisexual and in love with both Guenevere and Arthur, also he's ugly as a monkey and has sadistic tendencies he's deeply ashamed of, and his whole motivation for becoming the Best Knight Ever is that he's been wallowing in self-loathing ever since he was a child. Both Mordred and Agravaine have an incestuous obessession with their mother, mainly born out of Morgause's emotional manipulation and abuse. Also, Mordred is an albino with some big Issues, but also a charimastic political leader, a nationalistic Scostman and the trend-setter of Camelot. Merlin literally defies the rules of temporal progression by existing, and his relationship with Nimue isn't al that bad. Kay exists, and so do Sir Ector and Sir Pellinore and Palamedes and the Questing Beast. It's raining anti-totalitarian political allegories and social discourse, Hallelujah!
  • Marion Zimmer Bradley: Morgana is a sympathetic (Wiccan-)Celtic priestess, and she didn't actually plan to have Arthur's kid. Morgana is Mordred's mom but Morgause still exists and she's the one who raises him. Arthurian women are important and deserve POVs.
  • Phyllis Ann Karr: There is a sad lack of Kay sass. To fix this, Kay investigates a murder mystery with Mordred in order to save Guenevere and sasses people while he's at it.
  • The Librarians: What if Galahad was immortal and lived in a modern setting as a middle aged guy fighting against supernatural threats and preventing the Apocalypse-or-something-like-that-at-least with his younger colleagues all the time?
  • Once Upon a Time: Okay but what if MORALLY AMBIGUOUS ARTHUR
  • Fate/Stay Night: Okay but what if GENDERBEND ARTHUR IN MODERN SETTING
  • Camelot 3000: Okay but what if REINCARNATED GENDERBEND IN SPACE
  • Mordred, Bastard Son: What if gay
  • The Knights of Camelot series: Seconds that^
  • Merlin - L'enchanteur désenchanté: Vivian dropped out of magic high school when a Viking got her pregnant, but then she finds love again with Merlin, who's supposed to teach Lancelot how to find the Graal. Morgana helps Vortigern fight Arthur because she's still bitter Arthur likes Guenevere better than her. Lancelot gets briefly turned into a girl. Nothing makes sense but it's okay, kind of.
  • ... and these are just the first ones I could think of off the top of my head tbh