Arthur Pendragon (Prototype)
Still in Pursuit
Bradamante: Oh gosh, oh gosh, oh gosh, oh gosh!
Bradamante: Wh-wh-what do I do!? I never expected to run into another famous Knight of the Round Table!
Bradamante: It was just yesterday I resolved to always carry an autograph book with me in case I ran into more opportunities to collect signatures, too!
Bradamante: I can't believe I already failed so miserably!
Bedivere: Please be at ease, Lady Bradamante.
Bedivere: We serve the same Master now, so we can see one another whenever we like.
Bedivere: That said...I may technically be a Knight of the Round Table...
Bedivere: ...but I am not nearly as accomplished as the other knights, so...
Bedivere: Um... An autograph, you said?
Bedivere: I'm afraid I wouldn't feel right giving you one, so I must humbly decline.
Bradamante: P-p-please don't say that! I-i-if I've offended you, then I beg your forgiveness!!!
Bradamante: Please, Sir Bedivere!
Bedivere: N-no, not at all! If anything, I'm the one who's been–
Bradamante: I'm so sorry!
Bedivere: Ah! P-please, don't be!
Bedivere: I promise I wasn't seeking an apology! Oh no, now I've gone and said all the wrong things!
Arthur: Forgive me, Sir Bedivere.
Arthur: I did not mean to eavesdrop, but I happened to be passing by.
Bedivere: My king!
Bedivere: Or rather, my king from another world. I, the unworthy Bedivere, am deeply ashamed.
Bedivere: I'm afraid I have been unspeakably rude to Lady Bradamante here, a paladin of the Kingdom of the Franks.
Bradamante: No, no! You haven't been anything of the sort, Sir Bedivere!
Bradamante: I should never have asked you for the impossible in the first place! O-oh, um...
Bradamante: May I ask who that is?
Bedivere: Ah, forgive me.
Bedivere: This is His Majesty Arthur Pendragon, Britain's King of Knights.
Bradamante: Arthur Pendragon, the King of Knights!? I-I-I-I-I can't believe it...!
Bradamante: Th-this is such a shock... S-so moving...and shocking! Although, um... Huh?
Bradamante: I've met the King of Knights here in Chaldea in various forms before, but...I don't recall any of them being...uh, male...
Bradamante: So...does this mean... Hmm...?
Bedivere: To elaborate, he is a being somewhat similar to myself.
Bedivere: He is something of a guest in this world, a figure who would normally never materialize as a Servant...
Arthur: I would humbly suggest you think of me as a mere shadow from a dream, paladin Bradamante.
Arthur: ...Sir Bedivere, I may not be your king, but I do have one word of advice.
Arthur: There is no harm in giving her an autograph. Any King of Knights would say the same.
Bedivere: Yes, my king.
Bradamante: Then, does this mean I can have Sir Bedivere's autograph after all!? Hooray!
Bradamante: Oh! Uh, Sir King of Knights!? Could I ask you for your autograph as well!?
Arthur: Now then, I think I shall take my leave. Good day, Lady Bradamante, Sir Bedivere.
Bedivere: Yes, my king.
Bradamante: Ah! Sir King of Knights...!
Bradamante: He's already gone... Nnn... Nnnnnn...
Gawain: You wish to know more about King Arthur?
Gawain: Hmm. We are indeed the Knights of the Round Table, but I am afraid we have had few opportunities to converse with him.
Gawain: Though Sir Bedivere would seem to have had more chances than the rest of us.
Bradamante: I see, I see...
Sanzang: Hm? What's up?
Sanzang: Oh, the other Pendragon? Of course I've met him!
Sanzang: The Pendragon from Proper Human History's True Name is Altria Pendragon...
Sanzang: ...so in this case, um... I guess I should say his True Name is Arthur!
Sanzang: He's really mysterious, isn't he? There're so much I'd love to ask him!
Sanzang: You know, now that I think of it, I don't think I've ever sat down with him face-to-face. Not even to eat lunch!
Bradamante: Hmm, I see, I see...
Nursery Rhyme: He told us some lovely old legends. Didn't he, Jack?
Jack: Uh-huh. He's really nice. He doesn't get mad if we sit in his lap or climb on his back.
Nursery Rhyme: Yeah. I know what you mean.
Nursery Rhyme: He always disappears whenever we take our eyes off him. I don't like that very much.
Mordred: Eh, my father, the one that's a guy? Hmm, I dunno. I don't think he means any harm.
Bradamante: I see...
Bradamante: I think so too! But I also get the feeling he's avoiding me for some reason!
Bradamante: So if there's something about me he dislikes, I need to find out what it is and fix it!
Mordred: Oh yeah?
Bradamante: All that aside, um... Sir Mordred!
Bradamante: I know you're the ultimate villain in the legend of King Arthur!
Bradamante: But...you don't seem to be nearly as bad as I thought, now that I've met you.
Mordred: The hell'd you say to me?
Mordred: Bahahahaha! Talk about bein' honest to a fault! I'm impressed!
Mordred: You're all right, paladin of Charlemagne! Just make sure you don't slow us down by dyin' too soon, 'kay?
Jekyll: Is something wrong, Saber? Remember, Lady Murasaki asked you to keep your voice down in the library.
Jekyll: Saber... Did you do something to this Heroic Spirit?
Mordred: Nah, it's no biggie.
Mordred: You know that version of my father who came here from another world? She's worried he's avoiding her.
Jekyll: Is that true?
Bradamante: Yes, that about sums it up...
Jekyll: ...If it helps, he's like that with everyone. The only one he talks to with any regularity is Sir Bedivere.
Jekyll: He'll respond to the situation if needed, but I don't think I've ever seen him engage with anyone on his own initiative.
Jekyll: Not even when dealing with Servants he knew in past Holy Grail Wars.
Mordred: ... ...
Jekyll: I'm one of them. He and I once fought each other, though in a place and time very different from this.
Jekyll: However, I do not retain a clear memory of that battle...
Bradamante: Nnn... Nnnnnn...
Bradamante: I thought I heard that Servants don't usually remember their past materializations...
Jekyll: Chaldea's summoning system is a little unusual in that regard. Every now and then, it summons a Heroic Spirit who remembers their past materializations...or so I'm told.
Jekyll: Unfortunately, I'm not one of them. It's all I can do to barely recall bits and pieces of my own past.
Jekyll: Those kinds of memories also affect my Spirit Origin's stability, so...
Jekyll: Sorry, I didn't mean to ramble there.
Jekyll: At any rate, Arthur Pendragon tends to keep his distance from just about everyone.
Jekyll: So please don't worry about it. I'm sure it's nothing personal.
Hassan of the Serenity: ...And that's all I saw.
Fujimaru 1: Thanks!
Hassan of the Serenity: I-it was nothing, really. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time.
Fujimaru 2: I see. Arthur, huh...
Hassan of the Serenity: Yes. I saw him in the underground library.
Hassan of the Serenity: I just thought you should know. I, um, hope I didn't overstep my bounds...
Fujimaru 1: Not at all. I appreciate this!
Cú Chulainn: So that's the scoop, huh.
Cú Chulainn: The former leader of the Knights of the Round Table, wielder of the sacred sword, is now Chaldea's lonesome King of Knights...
Cú Chulainn: I don't know what he's so worried about. Who cares if he's from a different world or not?
Cú Chulainn: Heroic Spirits are supposed to be...
Cú Chulainn: ... ...
Cú Chulainn: ...Ah, well, you know.
Cú Chulainn: I'm not sure if we can really call him a proper Heroic Spirit or not, so...
Cú Chulainn: Hmm, yeah, I guess that'd be tough for him.
Fujimaru 1: What's this now?
Fujimaru 2: Do you know what's going on with him?
Cú Chulainn: Haha.
Cú Chulainn: What do you think?
Fujimaru 1: Don't change the subject!
Cú Chulainn: You're right. My bad.
Fujimaru 2: Is this one of those things where you know but can't say?
Cú Chulainn: Yeah, pretty much. You're a sharp one, aren't you, Master?
Cú Chulainn: Until and unless he says something, it's not my place to talk about it. Especially when I don't even know for sure.
Cú Chulainn: Why don'tcha just go talk to him about it?
Cú Chulainn: Maybe it'll turn out that he wasn't avoiding anyone, and this was all just a big misunderstanding.
Cú Chulainn: Go on and find out. Who cares whether he's inscribed in the Throne or not?
Cú Chulainn: He's still a Servant you formed a contract with. If you call for him, I'm sure he'll show up.
Fujimaru 1: (Nod)
Cú Chulainn: Right on. Guess I'll go round up some of the family then...
Arash: Hahahaha! Sure is taking him a while!
Cú Chulainn: Never would've thought he'd choose Ganryu Island. Well, I figure he'll show up eventually.
Cú Chulainn: Say, where's the pharaoh at, hero guy?
Arash: Oh, he's not coming.
Cú Chulainn: Well, that was blunt...
Arash: Said something like “This errand is hardly a matter worthy of my time!” Sorry, Master. You know how he is.
Fujimaru 1: Oh yes. All too well...
Arash: Haha, I knew you would. Anyway, just 'cause he's not here now doesn't mean he might not show up later.
Fujimaru 2: That's okay. Thanks for trying, Arash.
Arash: No problem!
Mordred: Can I go home now? If I ain't gonna get a chance to fight my actual man old man, there's no point in me sticking around.
Jekyll: We're not here to fight him, Saber.
Jekyll: We just thought it would be easier for him to open up to Master if there were other Servants with a strong connection to him here.
Jekyll: He might tend to keep to himself at Chaldea, but there have been points in the past where he's initiated contact with other Servants.
Jekyll: Specifically, the ones he fought against in 1991 and 1999...
Jekyll: ...during the two Holy Grail Wars that took place in a different world.
Mordred: Oh, I get it. Mordred doesn't get to have any fun...
Jekyll: No, no, Saber, it's not about that...
Arash: Haha. Don't worry about it, Doc.
Arash: Mordred's King Arthur's kid, right? Even if these two are from different worlds, they're not total strangers.
Mordred: What he said, Doc.
Arash: Anyway, what about you? Your Spirit Origin isn't exactly, uh, what it used to be, right...?
Jekyll: ...So you could tell. You're perceptive as always.
Jekyll: True, my Spirit Origin is still unstable. But I also know I'll be fine as long as I'm not alone.
Jekyll: If nothing else, I can maintain my mental state even if my body changes with my Noble Phantasm.
Fujimaru 1: I'm glad to hear that.
Fujimaru 2: We should have tea sometime, Jekyll.
Jekyll: I would love that.
Jekyll: Although...I should warn you that my Spirit Origin tends to waver when it's just us. But as long as Lady Kyrielight–
Hassan of the Serenity: ...Master.
Cú Chulainn: Right. Sorry to cut you guys off, but it looks like the man of the hour's finally arrived.
Arthur: ...I see the gang's all here, Master.
Fujimaru 1: I thought having them around would make it easier to talk.
Arthur: I see. You may be right about that.
Fujimaru 2: Would you rather it was just us?
Arthur: I'm not sure. I might end up dodging your questions if it was.
Cú Chulainn: Just so you know, we're not here to make trouble for you or anything. Not unless Master gives the okay, and we all know that's not the sort of [♂ guy he /♀️ gal she] is.
Cú Chulainn: I'm just gonna get straight to the point.
Cú Chulainn: You're avoiding everyone at Chaldea, aren't you, King of Knights? It's pretty damn obvious.
Arthur: ...Yes, I am.
Arthur: I've been doing my best not to interact with anyone more than strictly necessary.
Arthur: All the more so when it comes to beings with deep ties to this world.
Cú Chulainn: Well, that's awfully straightforward of you.
Arthur: It was never my intention to hide anything. I simply never brought it up of my own accord.
Arthur: But if I've caused you to worry by doing so, Master, I will always be happy to apologize.
Arthur: I would never want to worry you.
Fujimaru 1: It's not that, Arthur.
Fujimaru 2: It's okay. I'm not looking for an apology.
Arthur: ...I do not belong in this world.
Arthur: I am but a traveler who came from a faraway land in pursuit of a single, specific goal.
Arthur: Of course, I am happy to help you, Master. If my sword can help save this planet and bring it a new tomorrow, then I will gladly lend it to your cause.
Arthur: I will never betray you, and I will continue to fight as the modern-day wielder of the sacred sword.
Arthur: That said...I came here to eradicate evil before it has a chance to spread in the future.
Arthur: Once my work here is done, I expect I will be sent back to my own world.
Arash: Hold up!
Arash: Just relax a bit, would you? I could've sworn you were a little more laid back in 1999.
Arash: I get that you're here on a mission, but there's no law that says travelers can't make friends.
Arash: Right, Master?
Fujimaru 1: Right.
Arthur: ... ...
Fujimaru 1: You're part of the team now. It's okay to act like it.
Fujimaru 2: So come on, have some fun with us!
Arthur: You may well be right. But even so...
Arthur: ...I want to leave as few traces of myself in this world as possible. You see, I had a premonition of sorts that–
Cú Chulainn: I can tell you're still not being straight with us.
Mordred: Hell no he ain't. Just shut up already, old man! There's nothing to talk about!
Mordred: If he won't listen to reason, then I guess I get to–er, have to beat some into him!
Mordred: You stay out of this.
Mordred: Y'know, I just remembered something. I've still gotta pay you back for that one time!
Mordred: You feel like cake?
Mordred: Cake sounds good. And hey, I think Cat and Boudica were just makin' some.
Mordred: Let's go get ourselves a slice!
Mordred: Right on. ...Oh hey, if it isn't my male father!
Mordred: Yo, pops! Let's go get us some cake!
Mordred: Hm? That's weird. He just not hear me or something...?
Mordred: What? 'Course it wasn't 'cause he didn't want to eat with you, Fran.
Mordred: ... ...
Mordred: You ran off without sayin' a word!
Mordred: Not a damn word!!!
Mordred: Who the hell just runs off without a word after giving the person inviting them for cake nothing but a funny look!?
Mordred: That does it! Nobody does that to me! Especially not my old man!
Mordred: I remember now! I knew I had a good reason to beat your ass!
Cú Chulainn: Mordred's got a point, Arthur! No gentleman or knight should turn down an invite without at least giving a response!
Arash: Hahahaha, looks like you're outnumbered, Saber. What're you gonna do now?
Arthur: What can I do?
Arthur: You're right. I was rude to you back then. The least I can do now is face my punishment with some dignity.
Arthur: Have at you, Mordred!
Mordred: Now that's more like it! Let's go, Master! Don't worry, I'm not gonna kill him. I'm just gonna beat the everliving shit outta him!
Jekyll: But if you do that, you'll...! Oh, forget it! I'll just have to step in if things get out of hand!
Fujimaru 1: E-easy does it now!
Fujimaru 2: Try to hold back, Mordred!
Mordred: All right Clarent, it's been too long since I gave you a taste of your favorite blood! Let's fix that right now!
Mordred: Hah! Figures this version of you'd be tough too!
Mordred: But at least I got a good one in for Fran! Didja see!?
Cú Chulainn: I got a few good hits in too...but damn, you really are a tough bastard! Almost pisses me off how seasoned you are!
Cú Chulainn: Don't hold back, Arash! We'll never pin him down unless we go all out!
Arash: I'm just doing the same thing I always do. That goes for you too, right, Missy?
Serenity: I-I try not to get too involved with warrior types...
Jekyll: I'm glad I decided to sit this one out. Hyde might be able to keep up, but there's no way I could!
Fujimaru 1: All right, that's enough!
Fujimaru 2: Everyone stand down! This battle is over!
Mordred: Huh!? But we were just starting to have fun!
Arthur: ...I suppose I'd best not push my luck, given my overwhelming disadvantage.
Cú Chulainn: Ha! Looks like the Red Dragon of Britain's still confident enough to make wisecracks. Just don't forget, you're not the only one who knows his opponent's tricks.
Arthur: No. That's impossible. There is never a time nor a place when I do not consider myself to be on the battlefield.
Arthur: ... ...
Fujimaru 1: Arthur, that's...
Fujimaru 2: That must mean you never get to enjoy a moment's peace.
Arthur: Khh! This powerful magical energy pouring down from the sky... Is that–
Ozymandias: Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! Hahahahaha! Behold the descent of the sun!
Ozymandias: I was told that vengeance was to be had upon a certain insolent wielder of the sacred sword, so I have come to lend my aid!
Ozymandias: Hmm, it would seem that my way is blocked by rabble! This must be remedied! I shall begin by clearing the field!
Fujimaru 1: Ozymandias!?
Fujimaru 2: H-hey, watch it! This is seriously dangerous!
Serenity: Master! This way!
Serenity: I'll take you somewhere safe–
Arash: Missy, behind you!
Serenity: A-a Sphinx!?
Jekyll: More powerful magical energy readings are right behind it! Saber, keep Master safe!
Arthur: ...Was he just talking to you?
Mordred: Shut your damn mouth!
Mordred: We can get back to our tussle later! If you got time to act cool, then you got time to protect Master!
Cú Chulainn: Well, whaddaya know. He was the first in line to keep Master safe.
Arash: Of course. That's just the kind of guy he is.
Arash: Even when he was fighting us, he always kept one eye on Master.
Arash: He must've wanted to be able to act at a moment's notice in case it looked like [♂ he /♀️ she] might be in any danger.
Arash: In that sense, I don't think he's any different from you, the red Saber, Doc, or Missy.
Cú Chulainn: Are you shitting me? Ugh, I knew I hated that guy!
Arthur: He truly isn't holding back at all. What is the meaning of this, Ozymandias!?
Ozymandias: Is that a joke, wielder of the sacred sword!? You should know better than any why I am doing this.
Ozymandias: Now reflect on your misdeeds, and let the rays of the sun's light scatter your ashes!
Arthur: ...Master, it looks as though Ozymandias means business. So there is something I wish to ask of you.
Arthur: I, um... I would like to keep you safe. Will you let me?
Mordred: Hey! What do you think you're doing here?
Jekyll: I'd like to know that too.
Arthur: H-huh? I-I'm not quite sure what you're insinuating, but whatever it is, it's not what I meant!
Arthur: All I'm asking is that Master let me fight by [♂ his /♀️ her] side, just this once!
Fujimaru 1: You don't need to ask that!
Fujimaru 2: Of course! I've never thought of you as an enemy, anyway!
Arthur: ...Thank you, Master.
Mordred: Haha! So we're up against a bunch of Divine Beasts from the Age of Gods, huh! This oughta be a good way to kill time, huh, Bean Sprout!?
Jekyll: This is really not the time to be joking...
Arthur: I know these beasts are not truly alive. They are merely constructs given form by God-King Ozymandias's magical energy.
Arthur: Nonetheless, there is meaning in form. I wish to inflict neither pain nor suffering if I can help it.
Arthur: However, if the god-king means to attack us without so much as a word of warning...
Arthur: ...then I will not hesitate to wield my sacred sword!
Romulus: Hear me, my children of Rome, and stay your blades. Hear me, sacred beasts, and bare your fangs no more.
Romulus: Any further bloodshed would be meaningless. Cease your warring at once.
Fujimaru 1: Holy Progenitor!?
Fujimaru 2: Wh-what are you doing here, Romulus?
Arthur: Holy Progenitor Romulus!
Jekyll: Wh-why is the Holy Progenitor of Rome here!? Not only that, his magical energy is far, far greater than usual!
Ozymandias: He said he could not bear to see his children fighting amongst themselves, so I brought him along with me. Hmph.
Ozymandias: As the son of a god, Romulus ascended to the greatest rank of his mythology. Even I cannot ignore his pleas.
Romulus: ...Arthur Pendragon, the Red Dragon of Britain.
Romulus: I am Rome, and Rome is I. As all roads lead to Rome, so do I possess knowledge of all things.
Romulus: And so, my child, I know where your destination lies. Ahh, my dear child.
Romulus: This may not be where your journey will ultimately end, but it is a fine place to stop and gaze up at the stars.
Romulus: You are so focused on what tomorrow brings that you pay the sky no heed, but that is a mistake, my child.
Romulus: As you have paused your journey for now, this is the time to cast your gaze upward and behold the stars.
Romulus: Indeed, it is for that purpose that you have come here.
Romulus: Look to the stars. The great calamity you have been pursuing will come from beyond their borders.
Fujimaru 1: Calamity...?
Arthur: ... ...
Arthur: ...I pursue something truly wicked.
Arthur: ...A great Beast that will come from far beyond to devour everything in its path.
Arthur: The Sixth Beast will surely rear its head someday. That is why I am here.
Jekyll: A Beast...
Arthur: It is known as Beast VI and it is one of the great Evils of Humanity, as fearsome as any of the others you have defeated.
Fujimaru 1: So that's what you've been looking for all this time.
Arthur: Now that Beast I has appeared in this world, it is only a matter of time until Beast VI follows suit.
Arthur: When it does, it will devour everything. People... Cities... Prosperity... Corruption... All of civilization.
Arthur: In a different world, I...we, managed to defeat it twice...
Arthur: ...but my world's Merlin told me Beast VI would come once again.
Arthur: My goal...my duty, is to defeat it a third and final time.
Arthur: ...I'm sorry, Master. I wasn't sure what to do.
Arthur: All this time, I've been thinking I needed to fulfill this duty on my own.
Arthur: But I was wrong. I should have told you what I'm about to say the moment we formed a contract.
Arthur: Master, please lend me your strength, that I may win this battle. In return I will devote myself to helping you succeed in yours.
Fujimaru 1: You've got a deal, Arthur Pendragon.
Arthur: Thank you, Master.
Arthur: When that time comes, I hope I can count on your help as well, Heroic Spirits of Chaldea.
Mordred: Ha! You think there's even a chance we'd sit out for a fight against a goddamn Beast!?
Mordred: If and when this thing shows up, I'll cut it down to size whether you ask me to or not!
Cú Chulainn: You said it! I think you and I'll get along just fine, Scion of Pendragon!
Mordred: That makes one of us...
Cú Chulainn: Huh!?
Arash: Haha, hey, you know what they say. We're all in this boat together, so we'd better make sure it doesn't sink!
Serenity: I...don't think that's how it goes...
Jekyll: Y-yeah. There must be a better way to put that!
Ozymandias: Very well then. It would seem our business here is concluded, so I will take my leave! Romulus, who became Quirinus, show us out!
Romulus: We are Rome!
Fujimaru 1: So?
Fujimaru 1: Are you going to get along with everyone now?
Fujimaru 2: I was hoping you would try to be more sociable from now on...
Arthur: ...Ah, right. That is what this was originally about, was it not?
Arthur: I surrender, Master. I've learned my lesson.
Arthur: Besides, I did think that if many Heroic Spirits, or even just you yourself, were to confront me about this...
Arthur: ...I would need to reconsider my approach to staying here.
Arthur: I was hoping to stay out of sight, but I never wished to cause any trouble.
Arthur: Thank you again for having me here, Fujimaru.
Serenity: ...It's over.
Serenity: It looks like the problem has been resolved. He should get along better with the other Servants from now on...
Serenity: ... ...
Serenity: I'm glad I asked for your help with this.
Serenity: I would never have been able to figure out by myself whether I should tell Master what I saw in the library.
Paracelsus: I'm just glad everything has come together as it should. I truly am.
Serenity: Me too.
Serenity: By the way, um... Are you sure about this, Paracelsus?
Serenity: Don't you want to talk to this otherworldly King of Knights yourself?
Paracelsus: I'm sure.
Serenity: ... ...
Serenity: I don't know anything about the Holy Grail War you two fought in, so...I don't know the right thing to say...
Serenity: But, I do know that...
Serenity: ...it's...sad that you're avoiding him.
Paracelsus: Thank you. You really are a kind soul at heart.
Paracelsus: But it's all right. Just hearing you say that is all I need...
Bradamante: Hm hm hmm♪
Bradamante: Where, oh where, could Ruggiero beee♪ Merlin, Lord Merlin, please show me the waaay♪
Bradamante: Ah! Those footsteps... This presence...! Could it be!?
Arthur: Oh. If it isn't–
Bradamante: O-oh gosh! Your Majesty, King of Knights!
Bradamante: I, um, I'm so sorry about pressuring you for an autograph the other day!
Bradamante: I feel terrible about it! I should've known better than to ask Your Majesty of all people for–
Arthur: Wait, Lady Bradamante.
Arthur: I am the one who should apologize to you. My behavior the other day was truly unworthy of a knight.
Bradamante: Wha...? H-huh?
Arthur: Lady Bradamante, I never even introduced myself properly.
Arthur: If it's not too much to ask, would you permit me to start over and introduce myself properly?
Bradamante: Y-yes! O-o-of course!
Bradamante: Oh, but...are you sure it's okay for a lowly knight like me to speak to the great King of Knights like this...?
Arthur: Of course it is. You and I are comrades now, both sworn to serve the same Master.
Arthur: I am a Saber. My True Name is Arthur Pendragon.
Arthur: I am the modern-day wielder of the sacred sword, and the King of Knights who hails from another world!