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In the shadows 511

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With court comes intrigues, and for every brave knight there are three people gossiping about them.

Arthur is not as secure in his throne as the daily scenes in court seem to imply. Some of his supporters — King Alain of Escavalon, for instance — seek to attack the rebels and aid the Saxons, but others, including Duke Ulfius, want to attack the unprepared Saxons. Yet others (such as Ector and Brastias) say to hold back and rest, to let the new knights train for a year. No doubt, though, the king will do whatever Merlin wants.

Several royal and noble visitors come to court, such as Queen Margawse of Lothian. The court reception for the queen is magnificent as Arthur attempts to impress the wife of his greatest rival. She, a lusty ruler, attempts to learn all she can about the boy king. With the queen are her three eldest sons, Gawaine, Agravaine, and Gaheris. They are impressed by Arthur’s court, and Sir Gawaine in particular listens attentively to Arthur’s talk of chivalry and honor.
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Sir Hervis de Revil grows impatient without action and incites a band of volunteers to raid Saxon lands.
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Intrigue from Court [Intrigue 20]
Queen Margawse and her sons depart Arthur’s court and journey back to Lothian. Over the winter, it becomes apparent that the queen is pregnant.
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Intrigue from Court [Intrigue 10]
The northern kings spent the winter bickering. Lot has outfitted another army, and though many of his previous allies are not backing him, he has others instead, including King Ryons, who is the son of a giant and a sorceress.
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Intrigue from Court [Intrigue 12]
There are many rumours about the impending wedding in Hillfor hundred, including rumours of magic, sorcery and devilry. But none of them are exact enough to understand what is really going on.
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Intrigue from Court [Intrigue 10]
King Arthur decided to visit the shrine of St. Albans in early february. The road was crammed with pilgrims also going to the shrine. King Arthur was lodged in Kingsbury Castle.
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