With Gerlois verifiably dead and rotting in the Cornwall courtyard, there's nothing to keep Uther from moving Rogaine and Migraine out to Camelot, which looks like the Ewok village, and thereupon impregnating Migraine with the cornrow-haired issue of Pendragon, King Arthur of Camelot. There's a pretty long, fairly adorable waiting room scene in which Uther and Rogaine are kept waiting outside the bedroom while Migraine screams and almost certainly writhes in pain. After the birth, Rogaine comes in and makes a scary, scary face at baby and reaches out for baby with both hands like he's half a Twix. This is basically the point where the story stops being about Migraine, and starts being the autobiography of Morgaine Le Fay as told to Jacqueline Susann.
A few years later, Rogaine goes riding with her brother, a lovable enough sprite whose main disadvantages as I see them are: 1) his eyes are black all over like Dark Phoenix Willow and 2) his hair is crazily braided all over his head like a scary Juliette Lewis experiment. I am serious when I tell you that you have never seen anything like this in your whole life. The camera pulls back to take in all three hundred square feet of Camelot, but the lack of scenery is more than made up for by the sweeping, irritating music. They ride over to see the women doing fertility rites in the fields so they can have a clumsy expository discussion of the previously-discussed Christians-and-pagans situation. The coolest thing the women in the fields are doing is something I call "patting the wheat man," in which large grain effigies made to resemble stout people figures are held up in the sky and then patted briskly all over. I don't know either.
I thought all this "young siblings" stuff would be a little creepy or foreshadowy, due to how they're due for a leg up in fifteen to twenty, but it's actually kind of sweet. It has to be, in order to lend the next few scenes any emotional weight whatsoever. Get ready, because Rogaine is about to realize the power of the Harvest Home Womyn's Collective some more. She's sitting on the steps playing with a doll and eavesdropping as Vivarin and Merlin lay a patch on Migraine and Uther's parental rights. Vivarin smiles spookily as she reminds them that, when Rogaine was born, she was promised to the service of the Goddess, and Vivarin has come to collect. Merlin has accompanied her so he can take Arthur and get his Sword in the Stone groove on. Migraine thinks it's not very loving of them to just drop by and kidnap their kids, and Uther gets all kinds of testosterone effects happening, and established non-Christians Migraine and Uther suddenly say they would rather Margulaine become a nun at Glastonbury for some reason I don't get. Uther threatens Vivarin with some High King mojo, and she totally scoffs and says she put him there to begin with, and it's almost tense. Then there's a whatever goodbye scene between Migraine and Uther and their children, and Vivarin could not be more BFD bored, dude, and creepy little Rogaine is crying, but I am pretty sure it's because of the ugly-as-sin dress she is wearing in this scene.