|Also Known As:||The Gleeman|
|Enemies:|| Uther Pendragon †|
Arthur Pendragon †
|List of Appearances:||The Wicked Day|
Arthur survived the performance, and ate the apple in the process. Unbeknownst to him, the apple had been drugged so when Arthur visited his father's chambers that night, he succumbed to the drug and the Gleeman knocked out/or killed the guards, then he attacked. Arthur attempted to defend himself, but the drug made his attempts obsolete. Just as the Gleeman was about to kill him, Uther appeared and fought back.
An intense sword fight broke out and Uther succeeded in killing the assassin, but not before he was fatally wounded. Uther died to his injuries days later do to the act of Agravaine de Bois, and Morgana Pendragon.
Ultimately, he was responsible for the death of Uther Pendragon, whom he mortally wounded when trying to kill Arthur. However, the attempt cost him his own life as well (The Wicked Day). Actually, King Odin and Morgana were responsible for the demise of Uther Pendragon.
The Gleeman was a cynical and cold man. He was deceptively intelligent and would stop at nothing to complete his mission. The Gleeman was also exceptionally self-confident and believed himself capable of defeating Uther Pendragon, who was himself a tremendously talented swordsman.
The Gleeman was a master of knife throwing, able to throw the weapons with perfect accuracy. He was accurate enough to effortlessly throw a knife into an apple in Arthur's mouth from an impressive distance. He was also a talented swordsman, being able to hold his own against Uther Pendragon although he eventually perished at the hands of the king. However, he managed to strike down Uther at the same time with one of his knives.
|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