Prince Valiant: Leave as soon as you are able.
Sir Bryant: At once, Prince Valiant... uh, forgive me - Your Majesty.
Prince Valiant: Your - Your Majesty - ?... Thank you.
Prince Valiant: [to Gawain and Bryant] When the hour comes, we will quickly come to your aid. For Camelot will certainly perish without the two of you to lead her armies.
Lady Morgana: If Valiant is Camelot's head, then his two strong arms and Bryant and Gawain.
Arn: Not again. That's the third blade you've destroyed, Valiant. At this rate our army will soon be weaponless.
Arn: They have just lost King Arthur, Valiant. They will learn to trust you but give them time.
Prince Valiant: Mordred is forty-eight hours from our gates; that is all the time I have.
Arn: That is all the time you need, my friend. All the Knights of the Round Table stand with you, now and always.
Prince Valiant: I can be a good king but I cannot be Arthur. And to many people he *was* Camelot. I must convince our people that Arthur's dream was greater than any one man, and that it did not perish with him.
Merlin: Arthur was part of me for such a long time. I miss him so.
Prince Valiant: No more than I, Merlin. No more than I.
Prince Valiant: Bryant. If you can hear me, I promise you, before this night is over, I shall wipe this plague from the Earth.
Soldier: You don't think Sir Bryant's really... dying, do you?
Soldier: Bite your tongue. Sir Bryant won't let us down.
Soldier: How will you catch him?
Prince Valiant: I do not know how. I only know, that I WILL!
Lady Morgana: You may tell Mordred that thanks to me his foes are running as blind as headless chickens.
Sir Gawain: If you so much as twitch, my guards will run you through like a porcupine.
Sir Gawain: Do not even attempt to sway me, or I shall remove your powers of speech.
Sir Kay: Let us drink to the knight I could have been, if Arthur had not passed me over for a certain young prince.
Sir Gawain: Valiant? You don't deserve to stand in his shadow.