Gueith Camlann en qua Arthur et Medraut corruerunt. Mordred is the bastard son conceived by Arthur when he sleeps with his sister, Morgause, by mistake. Fifty years after King Arthur takes control of the Underworld from Cruella De Vil, Cruella shows up at Mordred's bar to celebrate Arthur's anniversary as ruler.He attempts to kick her out at some point, but she passes out.

Of Arthurian legend, Mordred is the son and nephew of King Arthur. In Welsh tradition Mordred married Cywyllog, daughter of Caw, and they had two sons.

The details of Arthur's story are mainly composed of folklore and literary invention, and modern historians generally agree that he is unhistorical. According to the majority of texts, he is Arthur's bastard son by his half-sister Morgause, the wife of King … Mordred, also called "Sir Mordred" is one of the most famous antagonists of Arthurian legend and the one directly responsible for the great King Arthur's death - he is often envisioned as either a rival or archenemy of Arthur depending on the legend.. Mordred the Betrayer In Historia Regum Britanniae , Arthur — who was going to the battlefield — decided to entrust the throne to Mordred, his illegitimate son.
Arturo en las fuentes antiguas.

After Mordred is conceived, Merlin prophesies that the child will later destroy Arthur and his realm, and advises him to round up all the babies born on … Mordred en la leyenda del rey Arturo.
"King Arthur's illegitimate son who betrayed his father and lord by raising his sword in battle against him." The details of Arthur's story are mainly composed of folklore and literary invention, and modern historians generally agree that he is unhistorical. Mordred was one of the Damned which Dante must punish or absolve for "The Damned" achievement/trophy. Mordred (Modred, Medrawd, or Medraut) has become the quintessential traitorous villain in the Arthurian tradition. The two talk for a bit, with Mordred explaining who he is and how he died. In Wace, Mordred is not Arthur’s son, but Guinevere (whom he seized and made his queen) was his sister. Mordred, also called "Sir Mordred" is one of the most famous antagonists of Arthurian legend and the one directly responsible for the great King Arthur's death - he is often envisioned as either a rival or archenemy of Arthur depending on the legend.

In the Alliterative Morte Arthure, he and Guinevere had a child. King Arthur was a legendary British leader who, according to medieval histories and romances, led the defence of Britain against Saxon invaders in the late 5th and early 6th centuries. In the earliest Welsh sources he seems to have been regarded as a hero rather than a villain.

He was encountered in the circle of Treachery.