Episode 65: Review 2×13: The last Dragonlord

cover art in which Merlin wears a headset with microphone and holds up a finger to his lips as if to tell you to be quiet

In today’s episode, MissSnowfox and Xan talk about the last episode of season two: The last Dragonlord. Join us for just under two hours while Rox is a massive fan for this episode and Xan feels meh about life and everything.

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Find more stream or download options for this episode below the cut.

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Statistics

  • First aired 19 Dec 2009
  • 1 female character (with lines)
    • 1 main cast (Gwen)
  • 8 male characters (with lines)
    • 5 main cast (Arthur, Merlin, Gaius, Uther, Leon)
    • 3 supporting cast (Balinor, 2 men in the tavern who don’t have names)
  • Enemy/Monster of the week: Dragon
  • Balinor is killed by Cenred’s soldiers

Resources/Links

Fiona’s comment on Episode 58
2×13 on the Merlin Wiki

Mentioned Fanworks

Where to find the hosts

xancredible on AO3 | tumblr | Podfic | Fanwork resources
misssnowfox on AO3 | tumblr | YouTube | Cosplay

One thought on “Episode 65: Review 2×13: The last Dragonlord

  1. Great episode! I found this podcast a few months ago and have been really enjoying it, I’m also rewatching some of the show (emphasis on some of) and it’s perfect escapism for these bleak times 😊

    I absolutely love the Merthur tavern scene in this episode 💕 And here’s a fun fact: while I was watching that exact scene back when I first got into this show, my dad, who knew nothing about Merlin, walked into the room, looked at the screen for about five seconds and then turned to me and said with some suspicion, “Is this a gay show?” Yes, Dad. Yes it is.

    Thanks guys for all your hard work!

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