Bolg was one of the warriors of Helios and Morgana, who participated in the capture of Camelot. Later, he fought with Gwaine, who wanted to get food for his friends, for the sake of the entertainment of other warriors.
Bolg, along with other soldiers, participated in the planned Morgana and Helios attack and capture of Camelot and was present when Morgana again declares herself queen.
Later, when Gwaine demanded food for himself, Elyan and Gaius, Morgana forced him to fight for food, and Bolg volunteered for this fight with Gwaine. Probably, he wanted to assert himself in the eyes of Morgana and others, or simply wanted fame. Whatever it was, he furiously entered the fight, and Gwaine began to mock him, making him even more angry. Eventually, after a long battle, Bolg was disarmed and killed by Gwaine from his own weapon.
Little is known about the personality of Bolg. However, as was it is seen, he was aggressive and ruthless in battle. He was also very quick-tempered and when Gwaine began to mock him, he began to fight even more vehemently and cruelly.
Being a warrior of the army of Helios, Bolg had some fighting skills, however, unlike most of the warriors, his main weapon was a mace and not a sword. During the fight with Gwaine, he simultaneously held a mace and a pickaxe in both hands and fairly well wielded them, although Gwaine could not win. Nevertheless, at some point in the duel he managed to disarm him.
In addition to his fighting skills, Bolg had a big physical strength and was able to kick Gwaine so much that he flew away from him a few meters and fell directly on the Southrons which watching the fray.
- His name and personality can be a reference to the orc Bolg from the J. R. R. Tolkien book The Hobbit.
- Series 4
- The Sword in the Stone: Part One
|Series 4 Enemies|
|The Darkest Hour: Morgana • Morgause • The Dorocha • The Cailleach • Agravaine • Wilddeoren • Wyvern|
The Wicked Day: King Odin • Morgana • Agravaine • The Gleeman • Geldred
Aithusa: Julius Borden • King Odin
His Father's Son: Morgana • Agravaine • Queen Annis • King Caerleon • Derian
A Servant of Two Masters: Morgana • Agravaine • Fomorroh • Merlin (indirect)
The Secret Sharer: Morgana • Agravaine • Alator • Orn
Lamia: Lamia • Agravaine
Lancelot du Lac: Morgana • Lancelot (Shade) • Agravaine • Dochraid
A Herald of the New Age: Shrine Boy • Elyan (indirect)
The Hunter's Heart: Morgana • Agravaine • Helios
The Sword in the Stone: Morgana • Agravaine • Helios • Aithusa • Nathair