A Merlin Poll: Are Arthur, Morgana, and Morgause related? - zahrawithaz
Morgan le Fay alternatively known as Morgana, Morganna, Morgain, Morgaine, Morgane, Arthur, son of Igraine and Uther, is Morgan's half-brother; Mordred's mother Morgause is one of Morgan's sisters. . the otherworldly woman Niamh ( including the motif of apple in connection to Avalon-like isle of Tír na nÓg), and the. How do you think Arthur, Morgana, and Morgause are related? Ygrain through a previous relationship with Gorlois, who went on to become Morgana's father. They were raised together when Arthur's father, Uther took Morgana in They briefly flirted in series one, but their romantic relationship didn't.
As unquestionably silly as they all are, I'm sad about having to live without them. Yes, there are still missteps from time to time. Early this series, for instance, we were treated to an appearance by what can only be described as a whispering luminous know-it-all Gollum sex toy, who looked as if he had been made on a Commodore 64 and ran away the second he realised just what an abysmal addition to the show he was.
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Merlin still, from time to time, uses furtive magic to save Arthur's life at the last minute. The Knights of the Round Table seem to have all been recruited from the first ancient Sexy Topless Fireman calendar that King Arthur clapped his eyes on. But that's no reason to get rid of the whole thing, is it? The only question left is what will happen at Christmas.
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Will the show stick to the mythology, and climax with Arthur dying at Mordred's hand? Or, if that scuppers the movie plans, will we get a happier ending? Will Merlin ever reveal his secret, or at least learn a second trick? Will Richard Wilson ever look comfortable in that wig?
Merlin has been cancelled, just when it was getting really good
Will Morgana ever buy a hairbrush? Merlin certainly needs to go out with a bang. On her way out, Morgan saves Arthur's knight named Manassen Manessen, Manasses from certain death and enables him to kill his captor when she learns Accolon was Manessen's cousin. Now banished from Camelot, Morgan retires to her lands in Gore and then to her castle near the stronghold of Tauroc possibly in North Wales.
However, her treacherous attempts to bring about Arthur's demise in the Suite are repeatedly frustrated by the king's new sorceress advisor Ninianne the Lady of the Lake. Such is the case when Morgan sends Arthur a supposed offering of peace in the form of a rich mantle cloak; Morgan's messenger maiden is made put on the cursed gift and it burns her to cinders.
It is possible that this motif was inspired by classical stories like that how Medea killed her rival for Jason 's affection  or how Deianira sent a poisoned tunic to Hercules.
Her magic aside, Lancelot is always disempowered in his dealings with Morgan as he could never hurt a woman or fight a kin of his king, which allows the writers to make her a perfect foil for Lancelot as "the woman he most feared in the world.
In one variation, she then takes possession of the lance that was used to kill Huneson, enchants it, and sends it to King Mark of Cornwallher possible lover,  who years later uses it to slay Tristan.
Lancelot is Morgan's prime object of sexual desire but he consistently refuses her obsessive advances due to his great love of Guinevere, even as Morgan courts, drugs, enchants or imprisons the knight on several occasions three times in the Vulgate Lancelot.
Their friendship is further tested when a quarrel over a handsome widower named Berengier captured by Sebile after Morgan kidnapped his child ends in a violent attack by Sebile that leaves Morgan half-dead; Morgan swears revenge, but their relationship is later restored. He, however, promises to defend her castle of Fair Guard Belle Gardewhere he has been held, for a year and a day, and then dutifully continues to guard it even after the castle gets burned down;   this eventually leads to his death.
She also otherwise torments Guinevere, causing her great distress and making her miserable until the Lady of the Lake gives her a ring that protects her from Morgan's power.
But one day, he wanders into Morgan's remote castle while on a hunting trip, and they meet and instantly reconcile with each other.
Morgan welcomes him warmly and the king, overjoyed with their reunion, allows her to return to Camelot, but she refuses and declares her plan to move to the Isle of Avalon, "where the women live who know all the world's magic," to live there with other sorceresses.
However, disaster strikes when the sight of Lancelot's frescoes and Morgan's confession finally convinces Arthur about the truth to the rumours of the two's secret love affair about which he has been already warned by his nephew Agravain. This leads to a great conflict between Arthur and Lancelot, which brings down the fellowship of the Round Table.
The goddess Fortunewho appears to Arthur to foretell his death towards the end the Vulgate Cycle, is regarded by some as a double for Morgan. The latter part of the Post-Vulgate versions of Queste and Mort both revert to Morgan's friendly and helpful attitude toward Arthur from the Vulgate Cycle, even as she makes no mention of Avalon or her intentions when taking him away.
Arthur steps into her boat after Camlann but assures he is not going to return; his grave is later said to be found mysteriously empty but for his helmet. Entering her boat she is not named in the scene, but addresses him as her brotherArthur believes he is going to be healed, yet his tomb is later discovered by Bedivere. She also plots an elaborate ambush in "The Book of Sir Tristram de Lyons", after learning of the death of one of her favourites in a tournament, but Tristan ends up killing or routing thirty of her knights when the ambush ends in a disaster.
Morgan is widely feared and hated, so much that "many knights wished her burnt. In an episode that had been first introduced by the anonymous writer of the earlier Prose Lancelot, Lancelot rescues Elaine of Corbenic from being trapped in an enchanted boiling bath by Morgan and the Queen of the Northgales, both envious of Elaine's great beauty echoing Circe 's treatment of Scylla .
As noted by Mary Lynn Saul: She then ordered to Gwen to kill Arthur by putting poison in his food. Morgana did this so she could get throne and then planned on killing Gwen if the plan worked.
During the final battle against Morgana, Arthur was on the verge of death after being stabbed by her ally Mordred with a sword forged in dragon's breath the dragon being Aithusa. Percival and Gwaine attempted to kill Morgana by stabbing her but she captured them.
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Morgana killed Gwaine and found where Arthur was heading because she tortured him to death. Morgana encountered Arthur and Merlin and attacked them. She taunted Arthur by saying that she would watch as death claimed him but Merlin stopped her.
Morgana replied by saying that she couldn't be harmed by ordinary weapons because she was a high priestess. Merlin then stabbed Morgana with Excalibur, which was forged with dragon's breath, causing her death.
While in Camelot she is considered by many to be very beautiful and attracts the attention of numerous men, including Knight Valiant, Merlin, and Arthur Pendragon. However, Morgana proves to be both beautiful and capable; she is also fiery, volatile, and dispassionate, so she will not hesitate to stand up to Uther, despite his being her guardian. She always takes issue with his heartless and unjust persecution of magic-users, believing that his punishments are unfair and unfitting.
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When necessary, she also displays her courage and ability as a fighter, always intervening to stand up for what she feels is right. Like Uther, she is also very stubborn, obstinate, and headstrong, and when Arthur told Uther that he lost a bet against Morgana, Uther told him that he should have known better than to mess with her.
Despite portraying a fierce but just and independent personality at the court, on the inside Morgana is feeling great fear, depression and loneliness while in Camelot. Not knowing that she is Uther's daughter, the thought that he may find out about her magic greatly stresses her, taking into consideration his attitude towards magic. Unable to find anyone to help her and having no one to turn to, she slowly envelopes herself in loneliness and depression, which fleetingly disappears at the company of creatures like Morgause, Alvarr and Mordred, who are like her.
After Merlin poisons her and almost causes her death, Morgause takes her with her to cure her, and Morgana spends over a year with Morgause. When she returns, she is a different person; more antagonistic and cruel, she returns determined to take revenge for beings like herself against Uther and the magic-hating Camelot. Though Morgana initially believes Arthur was a better man than his father and would be a fair ruler, she ultimately becomes more and more fixed on her belief that the Pendragons are not fit to rule Camelot and seeks to take the throne herself, despite her also being a Pendragon in blood.
She joins Morgause in her regicidal ambitions and eventually operates alone in trying to kill Arthur. Despite being motivated by her disagreement with Uther's tyrannical regime, Morgana herself lapses into a reign of cruelty during the times she rules Camelot to gain the allegiance of the people, such as executing innocent people in her first reign, and threatening to burn peasants' crops in her second reign. Morgana also takes a sadistic pleasure in tormenting Uther and forcing Gwaine to fight for food, as well as willingly torturing Elyan for information.
Morgana is portrayed as being vengeful, vituperative, ruthless, embittered, hateful, cold, uncaring, and calculating. Having turned against her closest friends and even her own family, Morgana zealously pursues what she believes to be her rightful throne as well as the downfall of her enemies, even those she once cared about.
She is a highly isolated and darkened character who resembles her biological father far more than she cares to admit since she, like Uther Pendragonhas suffered greatly on an emotional level and is unwilling to let go of past suffering. In spite of her apparent callous antipathy, on rare occasions, Morgana shows a sorrowful melancholy that she herself does not expect to feel, such as upon the death of Uther, the resurrection of Lancelot as a mere shadow of his former glory and her confrontation with Arthur.
However, despite her abhorrent, vindictive, and unforgiving personality, Morgana remains a powerful, cunning, arrogant, intelligent, overconfident, manipulative, and ferociously determined individual. Her darker characteristics are largely the product of external influences while her truer nature was portrayed as one of immense compassion. This nature has arguably not disappeared due to the melancholy, she sometimes showed and she does at times reveal a vulnerable side of herself, such as her shock and hurt on hearing of Agravaine's death, her deep conflict at seeing Arthur again, her fear at being rendered powerless and her elation at being healed by Aithusa.
This nature is explored more after her liberation from her prison. The time she spent with Aithusa made her more vulnerable and impotent, at times shows her softer side to the young creature. Even at her enemies, she shows acts of kindness, as shown when she ordered her men to burn Finna's corpse after her suicide.
She also displays a polite, kind, caring, charming, thoughtful, cheerful, and loving side, like a mother figure towards Mordred, as he is the only one she can still consider her friend.
After turning his back on Arthur and delivering Emrys' true name to her, Mordred is the one she was able to forgive, even after he tried to kill her twice, and when he died at the hands of Arthur, she swore vengeance at her friend's grave. From this point forward, Morgana became more sadistic, treacherous, psychotic, and nasty, even towards her allies, and her only goal became the death of Arthur Pendragon, which she initially realises, shortly after she is slain by Merlin.
Powers and Abilities Morgana was a seer and thus was able to see visions of the future in her dreams. She often suffered from prophetic nightmares as a result of this ability, initially largely revolving around Arthur Pendragon's death. She also had some level of telepathy as she was the only person other than Merlin able to hear Mordred speaking mentally The Beginning of the End.