King Arthur
Biographical information

5th century


6th century

Magical characteristics
Active powers


Inactive powers


Magic items



King of Camelot


King Arthur is a legendary figure mentioned in legends. Excalibur was the sword given to King Arthur by the Lady of the Lake, which granted him the title of King of Camelot.[1]


At Arthur's death, Sir Bedivere threw Excalibur into the lake; a hand rose from the water, caught the sword, and disappeared. Another sword, sometimes mistakenly identified with Excalibur, was drawn from a stone by Arthur to prove his royalty. In the modern age, the only two capable of holding it are Piper and Wyatt Halliwell—its new Lady of the Lake and destined master, respectively.

It is revealed that Wyatt is the heir to Excalibur and the next King Arthur. In the same episode, he is seen to be using telekinesis to wield the sword and vanquish the demon who stole it.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Powers via Excalibur
  • Calling: The ability to call for an object to oneself. Arthur could call for Excalibur.
  • Invincibility: The ability to be invulnerable to all sorts of harm.

Notes and TriviaEdit

  • In the novel The Legacy of Merlin, King Arthur was mentioned. He had banned the practice of Beltane because he believed the requirement of human sacrifices for the ritual was barbaric.


  1. As mentioned in "Sword and the City"

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