“We didn’t choose to become Light bearers. But we do choose to be Guardians.” —Lady Perun
- Arthur aka Pendragon or Pen Draig “head, chief, top” and draig/dragon, “dragon; warrior”;
- From the Latin word dracō, means “Chief-Dragon” or “Head-Dragon”,
- King Arthur was a legendary British leader who, still to this day is debated whether many of the events behind him are fantasy or embellished history. Medieval times, the film industry and even video games (Destiny) have romanticized his legacy, yet story’s of the King Arthur are mostly folklore.
- Welsh Arthurian literature:
The round table, The holy grail, and the Nine Worthies, a group of three pagan, three Jewish and three Christian exemplars of chivalry an allegory of the Holy Grail
- Lancelot and the Holy Grail mostly created the Arthurian romance. Arthur is now a symbol of the best of humanity, ultimately failing through human weakness to establish a perfect kingdom on earth
- Alfred Lord Tennyson, whose first Arthurian poem “The Lady of Shalott” was published in 1832. In Tennyson’s works they were massively impersonated, throughout theater and film. The sword and the stone, Camelot the musical and Excalibur the movie are some examples. This lead to a huge popularity in his Folklore.
Three portrayals of Arthur are as follows.
- A pinnacle monster-hunting protector of Britain against dragons, giants, and witches.
- A figure of folklore the leader of a band of superheroes who live in the wilds of the land.
- Arthur was of the Welsh Otherworld known as Annwn. He launches assaults on Otherworldly fortresses in search of treasure and frees their prisoners. Another possibility was his warrior group include former pagan gods
Lord Radegast was mentioned to be modeled after the legend of King Arthur