Merlin is a legendary figure best known as the wizard featured in the Arthurian legend. The standard depiction of the character first appears in Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae, written c. 1136, and is based on an amalgamation of previous historical and legendary figures. He is ...
I really vaguely remember this television program with this actor that had striking blue eyes kinda looked like Ramsey Snow from game of thrones. The show was about a boy whom was sent back in time ...
Massive Spoiler Alert: (kinda) In the next-to-last episode of the BBC Show Merlin, When this happens, does he also lose his ability to speak with dragons? If not, then why didn't he have the ...
Many times Morgana tried to kill Arthur and Merlin, and each time she failed. Why didn't she simply reveal that Merlin was a warlock in order to fracture the long-term friendship between Arthur and ...
We know for a fact that Merlin (in the potterverse) was in Slytherin house and did indeed live during King Arthur's Court whilst also pertaining to the same enemy named Morgana. (source) What other ...
Many years ago I saw a Merlin's movie where he used a proverb something like this: Is not the sword who makes the knight!!! ( this is not the correct sentence, but similar). Could someone tell ...
In issue number 2 of Stormwatch we learn that at the creation of the universe a powerful being named Adam One with the form of a very old white human male who is apparently British was created and ...
In ‘The Once and Future King’ it is clear that Merlyn was "born backwards in time", but I cannot determine exactly what that means. In ‘The Sword in the Stone’ chapter three, Merlyn says: “Now ...
In Harry Potter, who is Merlin and what is his role in wizarding history? His contribution to the wizarding history is apparently known from the fact that some special honors are named after him, ...