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The Prisoner in the Oak, Chapter 6 Summary

As Morgaine, Uriens, Accolon, and Gwydion meet with Arthur for the audience, Morgaine begins by commenting about how distressed she is at the welcome Arthur extends to the Saxons. She feels Arthur has made them give up their gods for Arthur's. When he denies it, she calls on Kevin to confirm that Arthur did just that, and that Arthur also transformed the holy sword of Avalon into a cross for the oath. Kevin remains neutral and answers that the cross is older than Christ and is just a symbol.

Morgaine goes on to remind Arthur that Avalon has set him on the throne, and Avalon can remove him also. Morgaine entreats Arthur to offer Excalibur back to the Holy Regalia. Arthur refuses and asks Uriens to stand by him. Uriens agrees to do...

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