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~ And So It Begins :: Mordred, Medea :: Arturia contemplates why she is summoned, and what purpose she, as a Servant, could possibly serve in the upcoming confrontations. While pondering at Fuyuki Grand Park, particularly the barren wasteland left behind by the fourth Holy Grail War, Arturia runs into none other than her murderer and homunculus son, Mordred. Surprised, first they speak verbally to each other, Mordred noticing the change in Arturia as compared to the face of the King he knew. First Mordred questioned her change in personality, to which she explained the impact Shirou's presence had on her. Soon, however, came the question Arturia hadn't wanted to answer: the question of why she would not call Mordred her son. From there came to light her anger and hate for Morgan, and at the same time, the reason why she could not call Mordred her son. Mordred, realizing how he had been little more than Morgan's puppet, drew his sword to display to Arturia the strength of his resolve, a gesture of which Arturia adhered to. While engaging in combat, Mordred released Kingslayer, which Arturia managed to alleviate the damage from using Avalon, though she did not entirely evade damage. Seconds later, the appearance of Medea changed the tide of battle, causing Mordred and Arturia to call a temporary ceasefire to deal with the mage. Medea's motives, however, were questionable, but despite that, even Arturia was inclined to put forth even the slightest amount of trust in the Caster-class Servant. After determining that Medea's motives did indeed coincide with their own, Mordred and Arturia both came to the conclusion that they would each confer with their Masters before an official alliance was conceived. With that, Arturia returned home to her Master.