sir elyan

REBLOG IF AFTER ALL THIS 5 YEARS YOU’RE STILL IN MERLIN FANDOM AND YOU STILL POST MERLIN STUFF

I love how there are still people who deeply care fir this show, miss it and it will say with them forever :,) We still support the cast and I think that’s beautiful.


WE ARE THE BEST BITCHES, I MEAN FANDOM IN THE UNIVERSE,WE HAVE NO CONTENT, WE HAVE NO NEW EPISODES, NO HAPPY ENDING, MERLIN GOT CANCELLED AND LEFFT US CRYING AND DYING, BUT WE’RE STILL HERE BABY! Cheers!

The first people to sit at the Round Table in equality with the blond-haired blue-eyed royal hero were a young man from another kingdom who stood in danger of persecution for who he was, a black servant woman, a black man, a tall ginger, a bookish old doctor, a guy more brawn than brain, an Irish drunk and a Spaniard. God bless BBC Merlin.

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Arthur: She just…She just kicked our asses! 

Y/N: *Scoffs* I did more than that, princey.

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I actually really like Morgana, her character is quite complex and I believe, she has a good heart.
Well, at least she had.
Not knowing who you are and what is happening to you is hard. Not everyone can handle this pressure and some choose the wrong path.
Morgana didn’t receive any help, she was desperate, she didn’t understand her powers and what she was capable of. She was absolutely confused and afraid and still I beleive, she could use magic for good, because initially she had those thoughts. Deep inside she understood what was right, fair and reasonable.
However, she trusted wrong people who made her full of hate, she was betrayed and neglected. Morgana wanted to be important, to mean something, to do something great.

Long live...

Long live the legends
And long live his tale
Long live Sir Gwaine
Long live the taverns and the ale

Long live family
And long live brotherhood
Long live Sir Elyan
Long live the faithful and the good

Long live his strength
And long live his will
Long live Sir Percival
Who is protecting us still

Long live justice
And long live his pride
Long live Sir Leon
Who never simply stood aside

Long live love!
And long live music and dance
Long live Sir Lancelot
Who deserved another chance

Long live our Prince!
Long live our King!
Long live Arthur Pendragon!
About whose honour the bards even nowadays sing

And long live his servant!
And long live the myth!
Long live Merlin’s magic!
Or should we grant him death?
For his life has been tragic…