Lancelot falls in love with Guinevere, who is due to be married to King Arthur. Meanwhile, a violent warlord tries to seize power from Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table.

King Arthur: May God grant us the wisdom to discover right, the will to choose it, and the strength to make it endure.
King Arthur: Only a fool wants what he can not have.
King Arthur: There's a peace only to be found on the other side of war. If that war should come I will fight it!
King Arthur: I have no pride left in me. What I do, now I do for my people and for Camelot. And may they forgive me. This is my last act as your king. Do not be afraid. All things change. I am Arthur of Camelot, and I command you now... all... To fight! Fight like you've never fought before! Never surrender! Never Surrender! Fight as you never...
[Arthur is shot by several crossbow bolts]
King Arthur: Camelot lives!
Arthur: Lancelot, just a thought. A man who fears nothing is a man who loves nothing; and if you love nothing, what joy is there in your life? I may be wrong.
Arthur: God uses people like you, Lancelot. Because your heart is open. You hold nothing back. You give all of yourself.
Lancelot: If you knew me better, you would not say such things.
Arthur: Oh, hey, I take the good with the bad, together. I can't love people in slices.
King Arthur: What we hold to be right, and good, and true IS right and good and true for all men. Otherwise we're just another robber tribe.
Guinevere: Love has many faces. I may look on you differently, but not with less love.
King Arthur: For the first in my life, I wanted what all wise man say can't last; what can't be promised or made to linger any more than sunlight. I don't want to die without having felt its warmth on my face.
King Arthur: This is the heart of Camelot, not these stones, not these timbers, these palaces and towers. Burn them all and Camelot lives on, because it lives in us. Camelot is a belief that we hold in our hearts.
Arthur: You risked your life for another. There is no greater love.
Malagant: Self-sacrifice is very easy. It's having to sacrifice someone you love that puts your convictions to the test.
Lancelot: I dare not kiss so lovely a lady. I have but one heart to lose.
Lancelot: You must not care whether you live or die.
King Arthur: I trusted you, loved you, and you betrayed me!
Lancelot: I never meant to hurt you, my lord.
King Arthur: You leave me nothing! Nothing!
Guinevere: I want to marry you. Not your crown, not your army. Just you.
Arthur: [to Lancelot after being betrayed] The law will judge you!
Malagant: The great Arthur and his great dream. No dream lasts forever.
Guinevere: I only know one way to love my lord, and that is body and mind and soul.
Guinevere: If there is any honor in you, promise me never to do that again.
Lancelot: I don't know about honor. But I promise you, I won't kiss you again till you ask me to.
Arthur: What wise men say doesn't last. What cannot be promised, or made to linger any more than sunlight.
King Arthur: There are laws that enslave men, and laws that set them free.
Malagant: What I offer you is freedom; freedom from Arthur's tyrannical dream; fredom from Arthur's tyrannical law; freedom from Arthur's tyrannical God.
Lancelot: I've never believed in anything before. But I do believe in Camelot, and I would serve it best by leaving.
Arthur: How have I failed you?
Lancelot: Do you know how to win a sword fight?
John: How?
Lancelot: Be the only one with a sword!

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