Mordred is a slave to his lust for the Queen, finding no outlet for his thwarted energies except in scheming action.
It was a squire of Sir Mordred's, and he craved leave to speak.
There he was assailed by Mordred's friends, and slain with many of his lords.
On the final defeat of Mordred she retires to a nunnery, takes the veil, and is no more heard of.
He had only spoken the truth that day in the garden at Mordred.
Mordred gave the same warning to his lords, for he had equal mistrust of Arthur, whom he feared and doubted.
Her interview with Mordred ends in his resolving to resist Arthur's landing.
Many times King Arthur rode through Mordred's host, and knightly were the deeds of his hands.
Next morning the flight was resumed, but the vindictive Mordred still thundered on in pursuit.
Then anon was Dagonet armed him in Mordred's harness and his shield, and he was set on a great horse, and a spear in his hand.