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Bors’ children are raised in captivity by Claudas’ retainers. Sir Bors the Younger is better known than King Bors throughout Arthurian studies. Sir Bors and Lionel live for several years at Claudas’ court. But they eventually rebel against him and even slay his cruel son Dorin. Before Claudas can retaliate, the boys are rescued by a servant of the Lady of the Lake and are spirited off to be raised with their cousin Lancelot. Bors is recognizable by a distinctive scar on his forehead, and participates in most of the King’s conflicts, including the eventual battle with Claudas that liberates his father’s lands.
Bors vowing to commit suicide unless he sleeps with her. As the ladies jump off, they reveal themselves to be demons set on deceiving him by playing to his sense of compassion. In another, Bors faces a dilemma where he must choose between rescuing his brother Lionel, being whipped with thorns by villains in one direction, and saving a young girl who has been abducted by a rogue knight in the other. Bors chooses to help the maiden, but prays for his brother’s safety. Lionel escapes his tormentors and tries to murder Bors, and Bors does not defend himself, refusing to raise a weapon against his kinsman. Lionel slays them both when they get in the way. Before he can kill his brother, however, God strikes him down with an immobilizing column of fire.