Sir Galahad, the son of Sir Lancelot and Lady Elaine of Corbenic, drew a sword from a stone like his forefather, King Arthur. He found the Holy Grail and he cured a maimed king.
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Sword in Stone- people always seem to get Excalibur and the sword in stone mixed up, just to clarify people Arthur pulled the sword in stone out of the stone when he was just a child fulfilling his destiny as the true King of Britain but sadly the blade shattered in battle & only after the fact did Arthur receive Excalibur from the Lady of the Lake.