morglins:

Queen Guinevere + hairporn (s5)

19 Jun 13 @ 1:07 am  —  via + org  —  reblog
The Art of Merlin (Guinevere) by ~Sophie-Lou
This is really a long overdue present for my good friend theres-always-hope. Hope you like it, hon!

The Art of Merlin (Guinevere) by ~Sophie-Lou

This is really a long overdue present for my good friend theres-always-hope. Hope you like it, hon!

11 Feb 13 @ 10:46 pm  —  reblog

oh my queen, my closest friendi’ll defend you to the end. 

oh my queen, my closest friend
i’ll defend you to the end. 

26 Dec 12 @ 2:14 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog

Why is it that in this scene I immediately wondered if Gwen and Percival are going to hook up like they do in novels claiming to be more “accurate” by not including Lancelot but instead besmirching Percival’s name instead…

Why am I starting to like this idea?

25 Dec 12 @ 12:33 am  —  via + org  —  reblog

scarlettpeony:

The only thing that really compels me about next week is the context of that scene with Guinevere. She is back in Camelot, in her coronation dress, wearing her crown and looking grim…

Is she to be the Queen Regnant?

Based on what I said earlier, this is the ideal way to end…

Oh, and I forgot to add this:

To end the conflict and bring peace to the land, Guinevere decides to pass a law allowing magic to be used for the purposes of healing and goodness, only making it illegal to use it in the manner than Morgana always used it - to be selfish and inflict pain on others. From now on, anyone with magic who wishes to contribute to Camelot’s welfare will be accepted and welcome in Camelot, while people who abuse the gift as Morgana did for evil purposes will be subject to the law… not because they have magic but because they are criminals.

So Merlin can finally now live in peace and raise the young Pendragon along side Guinevere to become the king that will unite Albion.

22 Dec 12 @ 9:50 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog

The only thing that really compels me about next week is the context of that scene with Guinevere. She is back in Camelot, in her coronation dress, wearing her crown and looking grim…

Is she to be the Queen Regnant? 

Based on what I said earlier, this is the ideal way to end the show in my head. It was an idea my mum had. Morgana is snuffed out by Merlin (Three cheers, everyone!) Mordred is snuffed out by Merlin (Three weeps for the character he could have been but never got to be!) and Arthur snuffs it.

Everyone is sad but, sod it, at least Smirky and Stupid-Subcharacter are dead.

So, Guinevere in accordance to Arthur’s will and the wishes of the people, assumes the throne as Queen Regnant of Camelot in her own right. Merlin lives but is now an old man who, like some of the legends, must now live backwards before he becomes who he used to be. Naturally, he is consumed with the guilt over not being able to save Arthur.

But big shocker - it turns out that Guinevere is preggers and she has a son. And names him Arthur.

That’s when Merlin realises that Albion might still be born out of the tragedy. La de da. Bittersweet ending.

Doubt it will happen, but my mum’s idea was better than whatever is going to happen on Monday. :P

22 Dec 12 @ 9:30 pm  —  reblog
Final episode…

The only thing that really compels me about next week is the context of that scene with Guinevere. She is back in Camelot, in her coronation dress, wearing her crown and looking grim…

Is she to be the Queen Regnant? 

22 Dec 12 @ 9:13 pm  —  reblog
theres-always-hope:

elegantpaws:

belindapendragon:

elegantpaws:

You are not very bright are you OP to come up with this comparison, or perhaps you do not understand how the right of rule works. I am going to go with the latter because I am feeling rather generous today.
Guinevere is the Queen by the fact that she is married to the LEGITIMATE HEIR of Uther Pendragon. I’ll give you a minute to absorb that fact. I would suggest in future you look up Monarchy and how it works before yattering on like an idiot.

OP, you just got schooled…


No but Belinda, this by the way is a fabu reaction gif, but equally this kind of ongoing silliness and complete lack of logic amazes me sometimes because it is like they have verbal diarrhea with no real thought behind it. Oh wait that’s right, back to original point. JUST.PLAIN.STUPID.

What is clear is they have no idea how a Monarchy works and should look up their facts before speaking. Like it has said above, Gwen married Arthur who is a legitimate heir. Morgana is illegitimate and has such has no right to the rule. 

The thing that puzzles me out of this is why anyone would fight for Morgana’s rights to the throne anyway. If her last two goes were anything to go by, she’s a pretty awful monarch.

theres-always-hope:

elegantpaws:

belindapendragon:

elegantpaws:

You are not very bright are you OP to come up with this comparison, or perhaps you do not understand how the right of rule works. I am going to go with the latter because I am feeling rather generous today.

Guinevere is the Queen by the fact that she is married to the LEGITIMATE HEIR of Uther Pendragon. I’ll give you a minute to absorb that fact. I would suggest in future you look up Monarchy and how it works before yattering on like an idiot.

OP, you just got schooled…

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No but Belinda, this by the way is a fabu reaction gif, but equally this kind of ongoing silliness and complete lack of logic amazes me sometimes because it is like they have verbal diarrhea with no real thought behind it. Oh wait that’s right, back to original point. JUST.PLAIN.STUPID.

What is clear is they have no idea how a Monarchy works and should look up their facts before speaking. Like it has said above, Gwen married Arthur who is a legitimate heir. Morgana is illegitimate and has such has no right to the rule. 

The thing that puzzles me out of this is why anyone would fight for Morgana’s rights to the throne anyway. If her last two goes were anything to go by, she’s a pretty awful monarch.

30 Nov 12 @ 10:34 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog

wickederthanyou:

blissfulbeauty1984:

One of the biggest developments in these first six episodes has been Gwen (Angel Coulby) going over to the dark side. What inspired that storyline?
“There are legends of this - I can’t actually remember where they’re from, but there are various medieval stories about Gwen going to the dark side….

I am learning how not to write from this show. I suppose that is a good thing.

Hmm, Mr. Murphy? I think the legend you’re referring to is *cough*Gwennhwyfar*cough* and *cough*Gwennhwyfach*cough* the *cough*Three*cough*Mortal-Blows*cough*Against*cough*Britain*cough* later reinterpreted in the Middle Ages as the *cough*False*cough*Guinevere*cough*splutter*cough*.

29 Nov 12 @ 5:30 pm  —  via + org  —  reblog
Why are so many people certain that Merlin will end as if it were Le Morte d’Arthur, or worse… The Mists of Avalon?

They have long since told us that…

1.) The show was going to be about HOW Merlin and Arthur become the men of legend.

And:

2.) They have already stated there would be a twist.

It feels like I’m the only person who is trying to think of twists here, people. Let’s start twisting. Seriously, I’m so pissed off with Merlin right now coming up with new and better ways to end the show than what’s gone before is the funnest part about it. I’ve been with the fandom since the start, and I damn well intend to pray it gets a better ending than what I’ve been seeing suggested on the Merlin tag.

So, come on! What do you think would be a great ending? We want satisfying, not contrived  We’re gonna get enough of that with the stupid Mordred storyline (People in the know, know what I mean… :P)

29 Nov 12 @ 1:35 am  —  reblog
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