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Assuming you’re up to speed from last time, let’s rejoin events at the battle of Camlann.
Oh lumme, here we go…
The powerful druid Ari has arrived in Morgana’s throne room. She asks to see a demonstration of his powers, to see if he’s as good as people say.
We begin, as we often do, in a forest. Arthur and his men are returning from a trip, and Merlin has a cold. However, something is wrong. There’s smoke, evidence of fighting, and dead bodies.
We begin in the dark, with a chase. There are dogs, there are explosions, and Morgana has caught someone.
Note: due to a break in the broadcast of this final series of Merlin, we managed to get out of sync with the shows as they appeared on air. So, here’s the recap of With All My Heart, which was shown on SyFy last night.
After all the poison trouble from Evil Gwen last week, it’s strange that she would start this week’s adventure generously pardoning a young lad caught wandering around Camelot in the middle of the night. He’s been ...
Arthur and Gwen are out for a romantic anniversary ride, and they’ve taken Merlin with them (for reasons that are unclear). However, their beatific calm is interrupted by an exploding sock, a ripped saddle, and an attack from the ...
Gwen and Elyan are out paying their respects to their father, who you may remember Uther killed way back in season one (looking the wrong way at a sorcerer crossing the street, or something).
Three hooded witches in a cave, chanting together and pointing their sticks into a dark pool, pulling a coin from its depths. Then, outside, one of them gives instruction and the coin to a man called Osgar, and tells him Arthur ...
Morgana and Odin have invaded the kingdom of Nemeth, friendly to Camelot and home to King Rodor and Princess Mithian. They’ve sacked the castle and taken it over, taking the royal family prisoners.