Agravaine: One of Morgause’s sons. Agravaine seems to have the most problems with his mother’s promiscuity. As a child, Agravaine is the cruelest of Morgause’s sons, and he remains deceitful and cowardly throughout the novel. He is Mordred’s closest ally.
“"Four things," he whispered, "that a Lothian cannot trust- a cow's horn, a horse's hoof, a dog's snarl, and an Englishman's laugh."”
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