FANDOM


  • From the new episode basically shouting in your face "KING ARTHUR IS THE VILLAIN" and arthur keeps saying he'll do ANYTHING for the kingdom. I was wondering maybe Merlin was so powerful that people wanted Merlin more than King Arthur and so Arthur somehow tricked Merlin into becoming a Tree forever so he'd be the only heroic one.

      Preparing Editor Spell
    • Well, Merlin the alll powerful wizard.........I doubt he was trapped by Arthur. Plus, why would Merlin be helping him and giving him prophecies?

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • WizardJeremy wrote:
      From the new episode basically shouting in your face "KING ARTHUR IS THE VILLAIN" 

      The only person claiming that, was his greatest rival. Why would you take Lancelot's word, at face value. He clearly has an ulterior motive, just like Arthur does. 

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • The fact that he prevented them have something that might help Merlin and the fact that he made a loyal fan commit suicide also suggest that he is a villain.

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • And I don't buy that whole "For the Fandom" speech he gave his poor fan before he killed himself.

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • Eskaver wrote:
      Well, Merlin the alll powerful wizard.........I doubt he was trapped by Arthur. Plus, why would Merlin be helping him and giving him prophecies?

      Exactly.Maybe the prophecies are written in papers and Arthur read it.:)

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • And I don't buy that whole "For the Fandom" speech he gave his poor fan before he killed himself.

      He says he wants to save a kingdom.In the meantime,he kills one of his kingdom subjects.:)

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • Farerb wrote:
      The fact that he prevented them have something that might help Merlin and the fact that he made a loyal fan commit suicide also suggest that he is a villain.

      Eddy and Adam said, that King Arthur is not a villain.

      If anything, this arc is going to portray what happens when heroes are on seperate sides. Instead of heroes vs. villains, we now have heores vs. heroes. Arthur is a very complex and conflicted character, who clearly feels remorse. He is a king who understands who to rule sometimes requires making sacrifices. He was not happy that he asked Grif to commit suicide. 

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • Eddy and Adam said, that King Arthur is not a villain.

      when did they say that?He kills!

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • Joshleung wrote:
      Eddy and Adam said, that King Arthur is not a villain.
      when did they say that?He kills!

      Here is the article.... besides, every character on OUaT, expect Henry, has killed someone!

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • ChocolatEyes613 wrote:
      Joshleung wrote:
      Eddy and Adam said, that King Arthur is not a villain.
      when did they say that?He kills!
      Here is the article.... besides, every character on OUaT, expect Henry, has killed someone!

      I am certain I read-ed this article before.

      It says nothing abt Arthing not being a villi.Quote wt u see that says arthur is not a villian!

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • Joshleung wrote:

      It says nothing abt Arthing not being a villi.Quote wt u see that says arthur is not a villian!

       “Arthur isn’t a villain in the pure sense of villains that we’ve had before. What we saw is what we’ll continue to see — a man who’s really conflicted and is driven by doing what he thinks is right, and what he thinks is his destiny.”

      What Arthur is doing is not villianous, as he understands the politics of ruling. He was lied to by the Charmings, and has every right to be angry. Had the Dark One been anyone other than Emma, they would all be on the same side. 

        Preparing Editor Spell
    • A Spy in the Mirror
        Preparing Editor Spell
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.