weaver of the unseen
- Aug 21, 2007
Who's the woman?
I do not know and this week I didn't read any synopsis, just watched the pictures and there's something magnificent, elegant and almost majestic in her. Something that I cannot really put my finger on.Mouse said:Is Mithian the woman who was in it before?
Morgana should know that Merlin has magic and he should be her first target, not Arthur as we know that the King is nothing without his servant. And I only think she was trying to get to Merlin cos she thought that she could not go to have a chat with Arthur. But here we are, things keep turning the same way as they have done before. So meh... I don't know.mouse said:Right then. Why did she go to Merlin to warn him of Morgana and not Arthur? Am I missing something there? Does she know Merlin has magic?
Speaking of magic, how come Merlin repeatedly gets his arse kicked by Morgana?
Oh yes. The covenant. Wicked.Mouskey said:Next week's ep looks good.
Is this because of Mouse's right to bear arms...?Something cheeky for mouskey.
I suppose one difference is that Arthur and Percival are on the lookout for any chance to escape (and are prepared to take it/react at a moment's notice), whereas Odin and Morgana think they have everything under control (with Odin's minions being the ones who would do something if anything did happen), so the "'quake" catches Odin and Morgana off guard (and those on the side of evil always have useless minions ).I also thought the scene inside the throne/shrine most odd. When the 'earthquake' begins everyone acts like startled rabbits in car headlights and are completely paralysed as to what to do. It even affects Morgana, but not Arthur or Percival. What is the explanation for that? Have they been in an earthquake before?
Yeah, it was the first time when Gauis has done that, but then again that's the thing, he is supposed to be an old school wizard. And as this is the last series with no Merlin coming in future, it's just good that they'd given him a chance to show him being able to do spells.Was this the first time Gaius has actually been seen to use Magic? I know he did very small things, sort of off camera, but under the reign of Uther I don't remember his eyes flashing before or, in fact, him ever not being evasive about what he had done.
Don't know. Blame the producers, but if you want to have a counter argument, if a prisoner is looking for anything to do his escape, they'll use such events like earthquakes to their advantage. And if you look closely, you'll see Percival was a bit paralysed and only started to act offensively when Arthur chucked him a sword.When the 'earthquake' begins everyone acts like startled rabbits in car headlights and are completely paralysed as to what to do. It even affects Morgana, but not Arthur or Percival. What is the explanation for that? Have they been in an earthquake before?
Seconded.So the first and biggest thing is getting Merlin out into the open, with Arthur if not with anyone else. The two of them have this bond that has grown over 8 years (allowing for the time passed between seasons 4 and 5), if Arthur will not accept Merlin for what he is then there is no point in the show.