This is the island where Mordred grew up, and where Morgause is banished when she is caught trying to kill Merlin. It is located at the very northern edge of the British Isles, a wild and primitive place with few people of education or royalty, and a land where ships other than fishing vessels seldom arrive.
This place is the home of King Arthur and his legendary knights. At the time of this novel, this place has been long established, and Arthur's rules and regulations are well accepted even to the far reaches of his kingdom.
Mordred's Foster Home
This is the only home Mordred knew until he was returned to the royal family when he was eleven. It was a simple and poor existence, but Mordred was happy and content, surrounded by the love of the fisherman and his wife.
Sula's Handmade Necklace
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