Arthur: Any man who would be a knight and follow a king... follow me.
Sir Ector: I remember my first joust. It looks far worse than it feels.
Arthur: Thanks be to God you're alive.
Lancelot: I, the best Knight in the world bested! This is a great day! For my search is over, my King. Make me your champion.
Arthur: But your life and lands are far from here.
Lancelot: I gave up my castle and my lands. This is my domain. Within this metal skin. And I pledge all that I still own. Muscle, bone, blood and the heart that pumps it.
Arthur: And a great heart it is. Sir Lancelot, you will be my champion.
Perceval: Lancelot help us! Come back to us! Arthur needs you! Lancelot.
Merlin: When a man lies, he murders some part of the world.
Arthur: I was not born to live a man's life, but to be the stuff of future memory.
Merlin: Remember, there's always something cleverer than yourself.
Arthur: Now, once more, I must ride with my knights to defend what was, and the dream of what could be.
Uther: Merlin! Where are you? Call your dragon to weave a mist to hide us.
Arthur: Which is the greatest quality of knighthood? Courage? Compassion? Loyalty? Humility? What do you say, Merlin?
Merlin: Hmm? Ah. Ah. Ah, the greatest. Uh, well, they blend, like the metals we mix to make a good sword.
Arthur: No poetry. Just a straight answer. Which is it?
Merlin: All right, then. Truth. That's it. Yes. It must be truth above all. When a man lies, he murders some god of the world. You should know that.
Merlin: Stand back! Be silent! Be still... That's it... and look upon this moment. Savor it! Rejoice with great gladness! Great gladness! Remember it always, for you are joined by it. You are One, under the stars. Remember it well, then... this night, this great victory. So that in the years ahead, you can say, 'I was there that night, with Arthur, the King!' For it is the doom of men that they forget.