Morgan le Fay, the sister of King Arthur, in most literature is portrayed as a witch. In this account she is a beautiful, brilliant, and talented woman, a leader and a mysterious presence. She is the austere Queen Morgan le Fay but in her alternate personality she is the charming Princess Ula. King Arthur, Merlyn and Queen Morgan le Fay rule Arthurian Britain. In a move to bring order out of the chaos of the Druidical religion, King Arthur and Queen Morgan le Fay travel to Rome. Queen Morgan le Fay to disguise herself takes on a third personality, as Carfus the scribe. In the battle in Rome, the scribe Carfus miraculously resumes the persona of Queen Morgan and leads the Britons to victory. They return to Britain with The Cup known as the Grail.