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General: Arthur: A Serialized Novel is a story about the interconnectedness of individuals drawn together by the happening of a great event.
Arthur Pendragon is 22 years old. After successfully and accidentally drawing a screwdriver named Excalibur out of a London sidewalk, he became fated to be the king of all England.
One sign of his rightful kingship is the tattoos that appeared on his arms when his soul bonded to Excalibur.
Arthur was adopted.
Merlin is a wizard whose age is unknown. He’s waited for Arthur for an unprecedented amount of time. He rescued the boy from Morgosetech assassins and has been his guide during the odd journey. Using his magic rickshaw, he took Arthur and his first knight, Hector, to 431 Camelot Street. Great Events will unfold there.
Hector is a Morgosetech hit man with low job satisfaction. He saved Arthur and Merlin from being gunned down in the hope that they could offer him a better life. This occurred because Arthur unknowingly reached out with excalibur’s power and Hector’s soul swore fealty to the rising king. Hector is not conscious of this fact.
When Arthur bonded with Excalibur, thus beginning the restoration of Camelot House. He has two tattoos on his arms that mirror Arthur’s own except for the inscription: Kingsavior.
Sir Ulfius / Gregory Phillips:
Sir Ulfius is the knight that historically brought king Uthor to Merlin. He was a loyal knight of the realm. However, the CEO, who seems to have a vested interest in preventing Arthur’s rise to power, attempted to kill Gregory Phillip, who housed Ulfius’ spirit. However, the result was that Gregory became brain dead after a drowning attempt.
He is now kept alive by machines in a secluded part of Camelot. Merlin has some background with him, but the function of the brain dead man is yet unknown.
The CEO/Uthor Pendragon:
The CEO’s name is Uthor Pendragon. He hired Boris Gant and Vivian Bracht to hunt down a lost orphan and kill him. He has had deals with Gant in the past.
He is the head of the Goruiren Corporation, which is a company with very few rivals. It is of such a great power and influence that it’s limit are unstoppable. Located in the base of the Goruiren offices is a secret and magical department called The True Department.
The CEO does not need to sleep and at night runs The True Department, whose intent seems to be to kill “The Once and Future King.”
The CEO has hired the psychopath Ernst Rodimer to kill Boris Gant upon the completion of his work.
The CEO and Morgose work together to kill what they call “the Destined,” and after learning of Arthur’s rise and flight, grows very angry.
Boris Gant is a cremator by profession. However, he has trained and become and extremely effective killer and disposer of bodies. He will kill for the pleasure of the act, but is not foolish.
Despite his personality, he is prone to quick angers and dire calculation of how to end other people’s lives.
He may or may not be a pyromaniac.
After meeting up with Vivian Bracht, a German hit-woman, he discovered they were meant to investigate an orphanage known as Vole’s foster.
Vivian is a skilled hit woman who specializes in knives. She was born in Germany and has family issues. She is 19 years old.
As far as known, she has run an orphanage for more than half a centrury. She had made 30 or so orphans disappear over the years. Boris Gant and Vivian Bracht confront her.
She is a witch who fought in the second World War.
CEO and majority shareholder of Morgosetech, a technology firm on par with Goruiren. She is a witch of notable strength and for some reason desires the services of the odd serial killer who calls himself The Inflicted Man.
She has made at least one attempt to kill Arthur and desires his downfall.
Ernst P. Rodimer:
Rodimer is an insane murderer. His obsession with killing every loose end during assassinations delays him somewhat. He has instructions to kill Boris Gant and has already killed Boris’s employees as well as 23 other people on his drive to London.
Rodimer chants as he kills and keeps a detailed journal of his violent activities. Some indications exist that Rodimer has power beyond the human notion.
Rodimer was an insurance salesman until a destined soul tried to possess him. This caused madness due to the fact that he already had a destined soul, conflicting his fate.
The Inflicted Man:
Obsessed with idea of performances, he captures people in his basement and then dissects their skulls while his other victims watch. He enjoys talking and caramel (little known fact).
After attempting to commit suicide at an unknown time, he discovered that the universe rejects the notion of him being harmed. Bullets feel like nice taps before bouncing off him and fate seems to intervene whenever he is in immediate danger.
He is extremely dangerous, and Morgose wants him for something, presumably invulnerable killing.
Lily is described as a lean asian woman in her late forties. She is indespensible for the CEO.
Other than that he may play squash and work for the CEO’s True Department, nothing is known.
The original owner of Camelot House from the 1900s. It is hinted that Eamon Camelot had a manservant named Merlin.
Sir Thomas Malory:
The author of Le Morte D’Arthur. It is hinted that he is a member of the “Order.” Merlin describes him as having been balls at being a prophet.
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