|Inhabitants||Arthur, Gwenhyver, Kai, Gareth, Ektor, Percival, Gawaine, Launcelot, Galahad, Treasurer, Merlin|
Beneath Arthur's firm and wise hand, the tribes of Celts, Saxons, Jutes and Angles stopped warring and were brought under his control. Furthermore, foreign maraudes were driven from the shores.
However the forbidden love of Gwenhyver and Launcelot cast a blight upon Arthur's soul and a curse on the kingdom. A vision of the Holy Grail appeared in the round table and Gawaine, Launcelot and Galahad went forth to seek it.
Eventually Arthur himself found the Grail and restored health to the kingdom
An image of Camelot was on a tapestry in St. Mary's Abbey. In Robin Hood's time people don't like to go there, its such a silly place!
Treasury, Chapel of the Two Gods, Arthur's room, Queen's Bower, Courtyard, Merlin's tower
Behind the scenes
The reference to Camelot in Conquests of the Long Bow, is a nod to both Conquests of Camelot and Monty Python's Holy Grail.