History Awesome / Kaamelott

12th Jun '17 5:26:26 PM Ultor
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* In Livre IV, the episode "Double Dragon" stages a direct confrontation, in some "cavern", between Lancelot, with Galessin, and Arthur, with Merlin, both groups taking on the same "mission". Arthur and Lancelot are [[TranquilFury calmly confronting each other]] (in one of their only two face-offs in the season), suggesting the other should retreat and let him undertake "his" mission. They finally reach an agreement: they will both retreat, and come back at a later time; if the other has come, there will be blood. We then see, at a later time, Galessin telling Lancelot that he waited a long time near the cavern, and can assure no one came back. Lancelot, overthrilled, concludes that "a coward surrounded by cowards will back off when facing trouble. (...) Lacking bravery, but not common sense, he gave way to the strongest.". We then shift to Arthur's camp... ANd we understand that, far from being a coward, [[MagnificentBastard Arthur seized a long-awaited opportunity to get a decisive edge over his rival]].
--->'''Merlin:''' ''(to Arthur)'' Why are you running away?? You'll look like a weakling!\\
'''Arthur:''' ''(thoughtful)'' In your opinion, how much time would it take to complete the mission in the cavern?\\
'''Merlin:''' Depends; if you're thoroughly investigating...\\
'''Keu:''' ... Without getting into too many pitfalls...\\
'''Merlin:''' Four days. Three, if you're lucky.\\
'''Arthur:''' ''(with a collected tone)'' For at least three days, Lancelot will be roaming in a cavern. (''beat'') Which means that for three days, ''he won't be at his fortified camp''.\\
''(Merlin and Keu look at him, piecing it together.)\\
'''Arthur:''' ''(equal tone)'' [[MagnificentBastard Saddle up my horse, I'm leaving.]]
12th Jun '17 4:40:50 PM Ultor
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'''Arthur:''' And you may remember the Queen's birthday, but the King's...\\

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'''Arthur:''' And you may remember the Queen's birthday, but when it comes to the King's...\\



''(Arthur walks away.)''

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''(Arthur walks away.away, leaving Lancelot speechless.)''
30th Jan '17 11:02:15 AM mlsmithca
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'''Méléagant:''' Let the fools wear themselves out at the Stone; focus your mind. [[EvilMentor Because your task is considerable]].\\
* It is a strong case of YourMileageMayVary, but in the first seasons, Lancelot is frequently shown as a very noble and competent knight, but with an adamant attitude that makes him frequently snap at people he deems "not good enough". He rarely gets more than snarky remarks from the others; which makes the surprise burn he gets from Arthur in "L'Anniversaire de Guenièvre" ("Guenièvre's Birthday") that much ''scorching''.

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'''Méléagant:''' Let the fools wear themselves out at the Stone; focus your mind. [[EvilMentor Because your task is considerable]].\\
considerable]].
* It is a strong case of YourMileageMayVary, but in In the first seasons, Lancelot is frequently shown as a very noble and competent knight, but with an adamant attitude that makes him frequently snap at people he deems "not good enough". He rarely gets more than snarky remarks from the others; which makes the surprise burn he gets from Arthur in "L'Anniversaire de Guenièvre" ("Guenièvre's Birthday") that much more ''scorching''.



'''Arthur:''' Hey, if I want to forget my wife's birthday, That's my business.\\

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'''Arthur:''' Hey, if I want to forget my wife's birthday, That's that's my business.\\



'''Arthur:''' And you may remember the Queen's birthday, but The King's...\\

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'''Arthur:''' And you may remember the Queen's birthday, but The the King's...\\



''(Arthur walks away.)''\\

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''(Arthur walks away.)''\\
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29th Jan '17 2:04:27 PM Ultor
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* It is a strong case of YourMileageMayVary, but in the first seasons, Lancelot is frequently shown as a very noble and competent knight, but with an adamant attitude that makes him frequently snap at people he deems "not good enough". He rarely gets more than snarky remarks from the others; which makes the surprise burn he gets from Arthur in "L'Anniversaire de Guenièvre" ("Guenièvre's Birthday") that much ''scorching''.
-->'''Arthur:''' ''(To Lancelot, who won't tell him what he (Arthur) has forgotten)'' So, will you finally spill it??\\
'''Lancelot:''' ''(disapproving)'' I don't understand you.\\
'''Arthur:''' What don't you understand?\\
'''Lancelot:''' I don't understand how one could forget such a thing.\\
'''Arthur:'''' ''(angry)'' What thing, for God's sake ?!\\
'''Lancelot:''' The Queen's birthday.\\
'''Arthur:''' OhCrap. I actually did completely forget that, yes...\\
'''Lancelot:''' ''(to himself)'' Unbelievable.\\
'''Arthur:''' Hey, if I want to forget my wife's birthday, That's my business.\\
'''Lancelot:''' And how do you explain that ''I'' remember it?\\
'''Arthur:''' That fact would be ''yours'' to explain.\\
''(Lancelot looks embarassed.)''\\
'''Arthur:''' And you may remember the Queen's birthday, but The King's...\\
'''Lancelot:''' ''(dumbfounded)'' When was it?\\
'''Arthur:''' A week after yours. Remember? ''(points to Lancelot's hand.)'' I offered you a signet ring that you never wear.\\
''(Arthur walks away.)''\\
4th Dec '15 3:15:28 AM Belphegor
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* from his debut at the end of Livre IV, Méléagant was clearly meant to be an ArcVillain; yet he kept on not doing anything on-screen except for pettily tormenting Lancelot and implying how dark and dangerous he was... Then, in Livre V's "La Roche et le Fer" ("Stone and Iron"), Lancelot wants to try to pull Excalibur from the Stone:

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* from From his debut at the end of Livre IV, Méléagant was clearly meant to be an ArcVillain; yet he kept on not doing anything on-screen except for pettily tormenting Lancelot and implying how dark and dangerous he was... Then, in Livre V's "La Roche et le Fer" ("Stone and Iron"), Lancelot wants to try to pull Excalibur from the Stone:
30th Nov '15 7:47:11 AM Ultor
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'''Méléagant:''' (''interrupting, with increasingly passionate tone and [[MadEye crazy face]]'') Be quiet! You ''are'' the Chosen One; but not of those gods. You are the Chosen One of the gods who rewards faith and resolution; you are the Chosen One of the ''only'' gods who repay the price of bloodshed!\\

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'''Méléagant:''' (''interrupting, with increasingly passionate tone and [[MadEye crazy face]]'') Be quiet! You ''are'' the Chosen One; but not of those gods. You are the Chosen One of the gods who rewards reward faith and resolution; you are the Chosen One of the ''only'' gods who repay the price of bloodshed!\\
30th Nov '15 7:45:51 AM Ultor
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'''Méléagant:''' (''mildly amused, after a pause'') You really wish to make a fool of yourself, don't you? (''Lancelot looks shocked'') You won't pullthe sword out of the stone, because you are not the Chosen One.\\

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'''Méléagant:''' (''mildly amused, after a pause'') You really wish to make a fool of yourself, don't you? (''Lancelot looks shocked'') You won't pullthe pull the sword out of the stone, because you are not the Chosen One.\\
14th Aug '15 3:59:43 PM Ultor
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* from his debut at the end of Livre IV, Méléagant was clearly meant to be a major ArcCharacter; yet he kept on not doing anything on-screen except for pettily tormenting Lancelot and implying how dark and dangerous he was... Then, in Livre V's "La Roche et le Fer" ("Stone and Iron"), Lancelot wants to try to pull Excalibur from the Stone:

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* from his debut at the end of Livre IV, Méléagant was clearly meant to be a major ArcCharacter; an ArcVillain; yet he kept on not doing anything on-screen except for pettily tormenting Lancelot and implying how dark and dangerous he was... Then, in Livre V's "La Roche et le Fer" ("Stone and Iron"), Lancelot wants to try to pull Excalibur from the Stone:
14th Aug '15 3:58:15 PM Ultor
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'''Méléagant:''' (''interrupting, with an increasingly passionate tone and [[MadEye crazy face]]'') Be quiet! You ''are'' the Chosen One; but not those gods. You are the Chosen One \\

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'''Méléagant:''' (''interrupting, with an increasingly passionate tone and [[MadEye crazy face]]'') Be quiet! You ''are'' the Chosen One; but not of those gods. You are the Chosen One of the gods who rewards faith and resolution; you are the Chosen One of the ''only'' gods who repay the price of bloodshed!\\
(''He calms down; Lancelot is speechless'')\\
'''Méléagant:''' Let the fools wear themselves out at the Stone; focus your mind. [[EvilMentor Because your task is considerable]].
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14th Aug '15 3:44:52 PM Ultor
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'''Méléagant:''' (''after a pause'')

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'''Méléagant:''' (''after (''mildly amused, after a pause'')
pause'') You really wish to make a fool of yourself, don't you? (''Lancelot looks shocked'') You won't pullthe sword out of the stone, because you are not the Chosen One.\\
'''Lancelot:''' (''aggressively, after a pause'') How would you know??\\
'''Méléagant:''' (''calmly'') This ridiculous sword is the most pitiful sleight of hand the gods have ever thrown together to get their own way. All this staging doesn't affect you.\\
'''Lancelot:''' But yet...\\
'''Méléagant:''' (''interrupting, with an increasingly passionate tone and [[MadEye crazy face]]'') Be quiet! You ''are'' the Chosen One; but not those gods. You are the Chosen One \\
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