The eternal suffering (BBC Merlin)
One would probably think that servants and knights didn't really work together. Well, at least nobles and commoners were pretty certain about that.
You guys on the other hand know – they are actually two sides of the same coin.
Alternatively: A story about a very unlikely friendship between Leon and George.
(Also everybody loves Merlin. That's just a fact)
“To my shame, I must admit that I have made a small -”, Uther took a deep breath. “-miscalculation.”
“My lord, are you suggesting that I impersonate your son?”
Of course, the king of Meredia didn't just come for a round of tea. No.... It is his goal to get the mighty Emrys out of the way to finally get rid of Arthur.
There are two things he didn't calculate, however: 'Arthur's manservant' isn't Emrys.
And Arthur is much harder to kill than he expected.
That might have to do with the fact that Arthur isn't actually Arthur.
That aside... the Castle faces bigger problems. Because no matter how much Leon needs George as his pretend manservant....
The staff needs George even more. And no, they do NOT care that someone is trying to kill Leon.... again.
- Part 2 of The eternal suffering (BBC Merlin)
After a break up with his latest romantic interest, Gwaine is dead set on getting everyone in the castle to kiss him. (He has a list)
To achieve the impossible, he fills the entire castle with mistletoes.
That is until another knight (Leon) complains and makes a bet with him.
Gwaine and Arthur (because the poor king somehow got involved in this), are NOT allowed to kiss anyone at all.
And they are not allowed to tell the people involved the true reason why.
What starts out as a rather simple bet, soon turns out to be a real dreadful experience.
A.N.:// This is a short story about NOT kissing. And what effects that can have on people. (It sounds more serious in the summary then it will be in the story, I promise. It will turn out more wholesome towards the end.)
This is my far too early christmas special for you. But we could all need some christmas spirit, right?
When Uther Pendragon gets a clue about the legendary dragon island, a place where dragons and the last kin of the dragon lords are said to live,
he sends out his son and his knights to find it. And destroy it.
The war path, however, did not calculate the storm that was about to come.
And sooner than expected, Merlin and Arthur find themselves alone on the island.
Faced with Merlin's past that only he is aware of. And secrets about Balinor, that should not have come to light this way.
And to top it all of, Merlin is alone with Arthur. Who doesn't even know that he's already confessed.
Oh yeah. And let's not forget the clusterfuck that Sir Leon has to deal with. :)