It's that time again for another preview. This time the legendary King Arthur himself.
Then, in keeping with the spirit of diversity, let's see a white, female Sagramore and asian, transgender Palamedes. If you want to be a bold script-flipper, don't do it half-assed.
- there were several PoC who were knights of the Round Table, including Sagramore and Palamedes
Let me try to explain not just for you, but for anyone who is reading, the flaw in your argument.Anti-inclusive? Better check the dictionary, pal.
Really? In which true-to-life historical document, like, say, the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle? Because you and I both know that no such reference exists, because these characters are ALL mythological, or at the very most composites of people who may or may not have lived. So you can't honestly make a claim like that for any one Arthurian character and not others. I've read just about every version of Arthurian myth that's around to include Le Morte D'Arthur, Mary Stewart, Bernard Cornwell, Jack Whyte, Gillian Bradshaw, T.H. White, and the list goes on. In the versions where Sagramore appears at all, his ethnicity is only sometimes mentioned.We know the ethnicity of Palamedes and Sagramore because it is explicitly told to us.