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Theoretically if King Arthur was to reemerge in England and make a claim to the English Throne, would his Claim be considered valid?

Like if its 100% true that he was back could he actually have a claim?
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Probably not, but that would be the best civil war in history.
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>>6125891
>could he actually have a claim?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2c-X8HiBng&t=2m27s
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>>6125891
He'd consider the English an invading force, he wouldn't want a claim to their throne.
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>>6125898
>King Arthur brings the host of Camelot with him
>Wielding Excalibur, he smites the house of commons and slaughters the ministers
>the knights of the round table conquer the entirety of England
>scotland gains independence and fades into obscurity
>unified and fades into obscurity
>England takes back its holdings on the continent
>all is well and King Arthur rules forever because immortal
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>>6125891
Was the historical King Arthur Christian?
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>>6125922
>historical King Arthur
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>>6125922
Yes
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>>6125918
>>England takes back its holdings on the continent
But what if in his attempt to do so he accidentally awakens the spirit of Charlemagne who proceeds to once again unite the european mainland?
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>>6125936
Arty has Excalibur and God on his side. What does Charly have? A limp dick is all.
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>>6125922
He was a Roman, so yes.
Would he accept that the Modern English are his descendants, even though they speak the language of his enemies?
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>>6125916
But the English are only like 15% Anglo-Saxon.
After all that time, too, wouldn't he be able to reconcile that?
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>>6125938
>arty
>god on his side
>against the man given dominion over europe by the earthly representative of Jesus himself

he may have gods favor on his shitty island but he sets foot in europe and he gets some righteous boots up his arse
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Would Arthur bend the knee to the current Pope?
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>>6125963
He would set an anti-pope CK2 style desu
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>>6125936
What if the conflict makes Jupiter send Augustus back down to earth to bitch slap them both?
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>>6125960
>earthly representative of Jesus himself
Who's that, again?
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>>6125972
The Ecumenic Patriarch of Constantinople
Also, sedevacantism is the way
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>>6125952
I don't think he'd care about the populace's genetics even if you explained it to him, he'd be more concerned with the title as a symbol. "King of England" means he failed to protect Briton, which he kind of did, but he's returning now to protect it again.
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>>6125971
Unless he also sends back Agrippa its a fair fight
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>>6125963
The papacy let his[Arthur 2] country be invaded by Saxons even when he asked for help.
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French Grand Army will show up and kick everyone's balls in making them look like ovaries instead.
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>>6125891
Yes, as long as he's black an muslim
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>>6125997
>Bromance extends beyond the grave
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>>6125978
What if the British all started speaking Welsh? Would he be okay with that?
Maybe he'll come back if we all drop English.
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>>6125922
>historical king arthur

He was actually a nature spirit historically
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>>6125891
That depends, does he succeed in his military conquest? If so, then yes, his claim is valid. If he fails, it's not.

>>6125922
Which is the "Historical" one? The Pagan Chieftain with a magic sword he obtains from the gods of the Insular Celts, who quests to find a magic cauldron with which he can see the future? Obviously not, his being an Insular Celt is part of the myth. The legendary Roman General who fights back the Anglo-Saxons? Probably, there were still a handful of Pagans clinging on by the Anglo-Saxon Invasion, but it would be really unlikely. A mythical Christian King who lives in Anglo-Saxon England? Obviously not, him being Christian is part of the myth.
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>>6126356
Which Arthur is canon?
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>>6126367
None, there is no canon.
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>>6125891
Technique only for Wales.
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>>6126367
Pagan King Arthur is fanfiction created in the 20th century by anti-Christian writers
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Who’d win in a fight? Prester John or King Arthur?
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>>6126386
It would be an interesting thing desu. England, Scotland and Ireland living side to side with a magical kingdom. How would they interact? Same if Arthur took England as well.
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>>6125938
Charlemagne has Joyeuse and his nephew Roland has Durendal
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>>6125891
well i didn't vote for you



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