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They found [[Albin]], one of Sarrum's men, taking aim at Arthur with a crossbow. The assassin immediately turned the weapon on them and fired, then threw daggers at them when Merlin deflected the arrows with his magic. They dove for cover and Albin reclaimed his crossbow to take aim at Arthur once more, but as he prepared to fire Merlin used his magic to impale him with the spear that he'd been using as a walking stick. The impact threw off Albin's aim and caused him to hit Sarrum instead of Arthur, killing him instantly.
 
They found [[Albin]], one of Sarrum's men, taking aim at Arthur with a crossbow. The assassin immediately turned the weapon on them and fired, then threw daggers at them when Merlin deflected the arrows with his magic. They dove for cover and Albin reclaimed his crossbow to take aim at Arthur once more, but as he prepared to fire Merlin used his magic to impale him with the spear that he'd been using as a walking stick. The impact threw off Albin's aim and caused him to hit Sarrum instead of Arthur, killing him instantly.
   
After making sure that Albin was dead and Arthur still alive, Merlin turned his attention to Daegal and was horrified to discover that the boy had been hit by one of the assassin's daggers. The knife was lodged in his stomach and there was nothing that could be done to save him. Aware of this, Merlin gently reassured Daegal that he'd saved Arthur and that he'd done something good, comforting him as he died.
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After making sure that Albin was dead and Arthur still alive, Merlin turned his attention to Daegal and was horrified to discover that the boy had been hit by one of the assassin's daggers. The knife was lodged in his stomach and there was nothing that could be done to save him. Aware of this, Merlin gently reassured Daegal that he'd saved Arthur and that he'd done something good, and comforted him as he died.
   
 
When he learned that Daegal was the one responsible for saving him from Sarrum's assassin, Arthur ordered Merlin to make sure that he received a decent burial. Merlin volunteered to do it himself, and he and [[Gaius]] buried the boy in the forest the following day ([[The Hollow Queen|''The Hollow Queen'']]).
 
When he learned that Daegal was the one responsible for saving him from Sarrum's assassin, Arthur ordered Merlin to make sure that he received a decent burial. Merlin volunteered to do it himself, and he and [[Gaius]] buried the boy in the forest the following day ([[The Hollow Queen|''The Hollow Queen'']]).
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