Arthur: This is my last act as your King. Do not be afraid. All things change. I, Arthur of Camelot, command you now all... To fight! Fight! Fight like you've never fought before! Never surrender! Never surrender! Fight!
Prince Malagant: They say this was once the greatest castle ever built. Now moss grows in the hall where kings once feasted, and peasants cart away the mighty walls stone by stone to make shelters for their pigs. Hah! Such is glory.
Prince Malagant: This is what Arthur doesn't understand. Men don't want brotherhood. They want leadership.
King Arthur: This is the heart of Camelot, not these stones, not these timbers, these palaces and towers. Burn them all and Camelot lives on, because it lives in us. Camelot is a belief that we hold in our hearts.
King Arthur: Either what we hold to be right, and good, and true is right and good and true for all mankind under God, or we're just another robber tribe.
King Arthur: There's a peace only to be found on the other side of war. If that war should come I will fight it.
Prince Malagant: Self-sacrifice is very easy. It's having to sacrifice someone you love that puts your convictions to the test.