History Characters / MerlinOthers

13th Jan '18 10:53:44 AM nombretomado
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* BecomingTheMask: Though he's clearly playing Morgana at first, director Alice Troughton (on the DVDCommentary) insists that Alvarr was genuine about his feelings for her by the end of the episode (though KatieMcGrath didn't seem quite as convinced).

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* BecomingTheMask: Though he's clearly playing Morgana at first, director Alice Troughton (on the DVDCommentary) insists that Alvarr was genuine about his feelings for her by the end of the episode (though KatieMcGrath Creator/KatieMcGrath didn't seem quite as convinced).
1st Jan '18 5:08:03 PM Lyciboo13
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* OnlyOneName: Given that most non-royalty only had one name, this is TruthInTelevision. Certainly, if she does have a second name, it's never mentione.d

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* OnlyOneName: Given that most non-royalty only had one name, this is TruthInTelevision. Certainly, if she does have a second name, it's never mentione.d mentioned.
1st Jan '18 5:01:38 PM Lyciboo13
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* {{Evil Costume Switch}}:like when Lancelot comes back as a shade and wears all black. When Mordred runs away from Camelot and join Morgana his costume changes to a darker color scheme. At Wales Comic Con in 2017 Alexander Vlahos, Rupert Young, and Tom Hopper joked about Mordred going into the dark chain mail store on his way to Morgana

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* {{Evil Costume Switch}}:like Switch}}: Like when Lancelot comes back as a shade and wears all black. When Mordred runs away from Camelot and join Morgana his costume changes to a darker color scheme. At Wales Comic Con in 2017 Alexander Vlahos, Rupert Young, and Tom Hopper joked about Mordred going into the dark chain mail store on his way to Morgana
1st Jan '18 4:58:16 PM Lyciboo13
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* Evil Costume Switch:like when Lancelot comes back as a shade and wears all black. When Mordred runs away from Camelot and join Morgana his costume changes to a darker color scheme. At Wales Comic Con in 2017 Alexander Vlahos, Rupert Young, and Tom Hopper joked about Mordred going into the dark chain mail store on his way to Morgana

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* Evil {{Evil Costume Switch:like Switch}}:like when Lancelot comes back as a shade and wears all black. When Mordred runs away from Camelot and join Morgana his costume changes to a darker color scheme. At Wales Comic Con in 2017 Alexander Vlahos, Rupert Young, and Tom Hopper joked about Mordred going into the dark chain mail store on his way to Morgana
29th Nov '17 7:25:03 AM MasterFuzzy
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%%* AscendedExtra

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%%* AscendedExtra* AscendedExtra: Goes from being a background Knight to one of Arthur's closest friends.



* RememberTheNewGuy: Supposedly, he and Arthur have been friends for ages, but he barely shows up in Season 1, if at all.



%%* DeadpanSnarker

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%%* DeadpanSnarker* DeadpanSnarker: He loves his SnarkToSnarkCombat with Arthur and Merlin.



%%* HiddenDepths

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%%* HiddenDepths* HiddenDepths: He seems like an alcoholic PrettyBoy, but he's an expert swordsman and smarter than he looks.



%%* BadassCape

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%%* BadassCapeBadassCape:



%%* TheQuietOne

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%%* TheQuietOne* TheQuietOne: Rarely says more than he needs to. For example, when Arthur is asking the other knights to join him in [[spoiler: retaking Camelot]], Percival's simple response? "My enemies are your enemies."



* BadassNormal: He's a MasterSwordsman who defeats ''Arthur'' in a one-on-one duel. There's perhaps two other characters in the entire ''series'' who could claim that honor.

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* BadassNormal: He's a MasterSwordsman who defeats ''Arthur'' in a one-on-one duel. There's perhaps two only a few other characters in the entire ''series'' who could claim that honor.
29th Nov '17 7:17:30 AM MasterFuzzy
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%%* BadassNormal
%%* BaldBlackLeaderGuy

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%%* BadassNormal
%%* BaldBlackLeaderGuy
* BadassNormal: He's a MasterSwordsman who defeats ''Arthur'' in a one-on-one duel. There's perhaps two other characters in the entire ''series'' who could claim that honor.
* BaldBlackLeaderGuy: He's a warlord who fulfills every aspect of this trope.



%%* OnlyOneName

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%%* OnlyOneName* OnlyOneName: Given that most non-royalty only had one name, this is TruthInTelevision. Certainly, if she does have a second name, it's never mentione.d



%%* TheHermit

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%%* TheHermit* TheHermit: He'd been living by himself when Merlin and Arthur found him.



%%* TheBlacksmith

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%%* TheBlacksmith* TheBlacksmith: And a pretty darn cool one, since he forged ''Excalibur.''
28th Nov '17 5:42:45 PM nombretomado
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* TheLawsAndCustomsOfWar: Why she vengeance against Arthur, since he killed her husband not in a battle, but executed him in cold blood.



** WouldNotShootACivilian: Heavily averted. She considers ''everyone'' in Camelot to be a legitimate target and has no remorse over killing them. Arthur, a firm believer in TheLawsAndCustomsOfWar considers this to be unforgiveable.

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** WouldNotShootACivilian: Heavily averted. She considers ''everyone'' in Camelot to be a legitimate target and has no remorse over killing them. Arthur, a firm believer in TheLawsAndCustomsOfWar UsefulNotes/TheLawsAndCustomsOfWar considers this to be unforgiveable.
10th Nov '17 7:00:23 PM Mullane
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* DisproportionateRetribution: Perhaps. Freya turns into a Bastet because she killed a man in self-defence and was subsequently cursed by his vengeful mother. That's Freya's version of events, and there's no in-show reason to disbelief her.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: Perhaps. Freya turns into a Bastet because she killed a man in self-defence and was subsequently cursed by his vengeful mother. That's Freya's version of events, and there's no in-show reason to disbelief disbelieve her.
4th Nov '17 8:36:46 PM DustSnitch
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%%* [[BadassPrincess Badass Queen]]
14th Oct '17 9:46:46 AM DarkPhoenix94
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%%* BeautyEqualsGoodness

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%%* BeautyEqualsGoodness* BeautyEqualsGoodness: She's a classic EnglishRose, and a genuinely lovely person.



%%* DisposableFiance

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%%* DisposableFiance * DisposableFiance: Again, of the "Let's call it off" variety.



* {{Expy}}: There's some speculation that SHE was based on the more familiar characterization of Guinevere, being both high-born and in a (temporary) ArrangedMarriage with KingArthur.

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* {{Expy}}: There's some speculation that SHE she was based on the more familiar characterization characterisation of Guinevere, being both high-born and in a (temporary) ArrangedMarriage with KingArthur.KingArthur - indeed, even down to the RavenHairIvorySkin.



%%* NiceGirl

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%%* NiceGirl* NiceGirl: She's friendly with Arthur, and kind to Merlin despite the fact that he's a servant and the sort that her fellow nobles tend to step over without a thought.



%%* PoliticallyActivePrincess

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%%* PoliticallyActivePrincess * PoliticallyActivePrincess: Despite having a vaguely mentioned father, she's the one who handles the negotiations and arranged marriage thing with Arthur over the disputed lands between their kingdoms.



%%* RomanticFalseLead

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%%* RomanticFalseLead* RomanticFalseLead: Briefly with Arthur, the two being royalty, BirdsOfAFeather, and set for an ArrangedMarriage. He eventually rejects her for Gwen, though they remain on good terms.



%%* SpoiledSweet

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%%* SpoiledSweet* TheSmartGirl: Unlike most nobles, who tend to ignore him, or regard him as a bumbling idiot, she very quickly catches on to the fact that Merlin is far more than he seems. Not the magic part, that is, but the fact that he's not just Arthur's manservant, being (informally) his closest adviser, whose opinion Arthur greatly values.
* SpoiledSweet: Raised with all the privilege of royalty and from what little we see, she's a genuinely lovely person.
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