|Also Known As:||Leader of the Druids|
|Home World:||Real World|
|Debut:||Arthur vs. the Druids vs. the Grail|
|Conclusion:||The Return to Mount Dune Tah Too Tae|
|Portrayer:||Matthew Thomas Provencal|
- "Ready boys?!"
- —The Druid King rallying his fellow druids against Arthur.
Once there, the Druid King called to the other druids, who surrounded Arthur and his knights. Despite being outnumbered, Arthur's friends fought the Druids while Arthur faced the Druid King himself. He disarmed Arthur during their battle, but Lancelot retrieved Excalibur and gave it back to Arthur, who, in turn, disarmed the Druid King. The king resorted to dodging Arthur's strikes, but eventually, Arthur was able to behead him, his body vanishing soon afterwards. After this, Arthur took the Holy Grail from the Druid King's clothing (it had been inside his crotch) and shattered it to pieces, much to Merlin's annoyance.
20 years later, when Mordred took control of his mother Morgana's army after killing her; Arthur and his friends wondered how they would defeat him, as there was only three of them. Lancelot suggested that they form an alliance with the druids, which Arthur agreed to. However, when they returned to Mount Dune Tah Too Tae, they were surprised to find the Druid King alive. The king explained that the mountain's power had risen him from the dead, and he had resumed leadership over his people. After Arthur explained his plight, the Druid King agreed to form an alliance, seeing Mordred as big a threat as Arthur did.
Despite their ferocity and determination, the druids suffered heavy casualties against Mordred's forces. Eventually, Arthur heard Merlin's voice, which advised him to take the Holy Grail (which was reconstructed on the Druid King's revival) from the Druid King's crotch once more. Repeating the same process from 20 years before, Arthur once again defeated the Druid King in battle. However, this time as his last act, the Druid King impaled Arthur with his sword before passing away once again.
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- The King's emphasis on the letter 'r' in 'Grail' may be a reference to Tim the Enchanter from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
- He and the Druids may also be based on the Knights who say Ni from the same film.