Uther Pendragon has hated sorcery since the very day it resulted in the death of his wife. He's ruled Camelot with an iron fist, murdering countless of innocent sorcerers in the public eye. He's raised his son, Arthur, to hate magic with equal passion. But what will Arthur's reaction be, when returning early from a hunting trip, he sees an execution taking place? What will he do when the man tied to the stake is his own manservant?