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  • Sir Ector
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  • Sir Ector is a major character and one of the antagonists in The Sword in the Stone.
  • Sir Ector /ˈɛktɔːr, -ər/, sometimes Hector, Antor, or Ectorius, is the father of Sir Kay and the foster father of King Arthur in the Arthurian legend. Sometimes a king instead of merely a lord, he has an estate in the country as well as properties in London. In The Once and Future King, T.H. White says his lands lie in the "Forest Sauvage"; later writers have used this as well. In the earlier Welsh stories, the father of Kay (Cei) is instead named Cynyr (Kyner)
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Alignment
  • Neutral, later good
Goal
  • To help Kay win the tournament and become the new King of England on New Year's Day
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Dislikes
  • Merlin's magic, both Wart's educational trips and true stories, Wart's disobedience because of Merlin, Merlin using Wart to educate him
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Inspiration
  • Sir Ector from the stories of King Arthur
Voice
Likes
  • Fighting and war training
Appearance
  • Obese, mustached man with red hair wearing yellow shirt and red vest
Personality
  • Pompous, short-tempered, strict, cynical, bossy, demanding, caring
Fate
  • Bows down before Arthur, now king of England.
Alias
  • Sir
  • Dad
  • Old Walrus
Weapons
  • Sword
Enemies
Home
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Occupation
  • Knight
Family
Films
  • The Sword in the Stone
Friends
Quote
  • "By Jove!"
  • "Gadzooks!"
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  • Sir Ector /ˈɛktɔːr, -ər/, sometimes Hector, Antor, or Ectorius, is the father of Sir Kay and the foster father of King Arthur in the Arthurian legend. Sometimes a king instead of merely a lord, he has an estate in the country as well as properties in London. In The Once and Future King, T.H. White says his lands lie in the "Forest Sauvage"; later writers have used this as well. Ector appears in the works of Robert de Boron and the Lancelot-Grail Cycle, as well as later adaptations such as the Post-Vulgate Cycle and Thomas Malory's Le Morte d’Arthur. In these versions, Merlin takes Arthur from his biological parents King Uther Pendragon and Igraine, and brings him to Ector's estate. Merlin does not reveal the boy's true identity, and Ector takes him on and raises him with Kay as his own son. When Kay is old enough to be knighted, Ector's young ward serves as his squire. In the earlier Welsh stories, the father of Kay (Cei) is instead named Cynyr (Kyner)
  • Sir Ector is a major character and one of the antagonists in The Sword in the Stone.
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