How Did King Arthur Become King?

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Arthur became King when he retrieved a sword from a stone. A wizard had previously revealed that whoever would retrieve the sword from the stone was the next king. Arthur during play time, saw the sword that was lodged in the stone. He crept up to the stone and pulled on the handle and the sword slipped out easily making him king.
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King Arthur became King by pulling out a sword from a rock which had been caste into the rock magically by a wizard name Merlin. Merlin inscribed on the sword that only the true king of England would pull it out, however many tried and failed.
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According to legend, Arthur became the King of Camelot and the head of the "Knights of the Round Table" because he was the only person who was able to pull a massive sword
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