I write to you possibly the best news I will ever tell. I once again have run into Prince Arthur of Camelot along my journeying. He is now King of Camelot, as I’m sure you’ve been informed. But this time was not like the others. I have fulfilled my life goal. I have achieved the greatest honor I could have ever hoped for in my life and have become a knight of Camelot. I have already experienced the joys and pains of knighthood in my very short time of being one. I will be staying here for as long as I must, and I hope you will write to me now that I have somewhere I will be staying longer than a few days.
It’s been hard without being able to speak to you, friend. Words cannot describe how much I miss speaking to you, Eleanora. I hope we see each other again soon. Until we do, I will continue to write as much as I can, and will wait patiently until you respond.
Merlin, Arthur’s servant, the one with magic, is more talented and noble than ever. He still receives no credit for his actions. He is reckless, yet manages to not be caught. He is proof that magic can be used for good, just as your parents were. I only wish he would reveal himself to Arthur, for I know Arthur would accept it, unlike Uther. I know the grief that comes to you at the mention of sorcery, so I will say no more.
Camelot is a beautiful and thriving city. Arthur makes a just king, which is something that has surprised us all. He helps his people, even the ones that he does not know. Knighthood is not exactly what I expected; the journeys are long and arduous, but they are all different problems, which helps to keep things interesting. We travel for hours with little rest in between, and when we arrive, we often find a village that is corrupt or destroyed. Often there is little that we can do, but Arthur is persistent in his trials. He does anything he can to improve the lives of his people. This is what makes him a magnificent king of Camelot.
I fear, dear Eleanora, that I have no more to say and no more time to say it. I hope you will write, and if you do, send your letter to Camelot’s castle. Perhaps you can even visit someday, though I know it is not an easy trek.
I wish you the best fortune,