The Facts: In 12th- and 13th-century versions of Arthurian legend, Morgan le Fay appeared as a beneficent figure conveying Arthur to Avalon. Her magic powers were explained as learned from books and from the enchanter Merlin. Although later versions of the legend placed Arthur's death in a Christian context, traditions of a living Arthur survived.
My short fiction: Morgan Le Fay, the high priests of Avalon, have been fiercely dedicated to protecting King Arther from evil forces since ancient times. Through powerful rituals and spells, they guard him with utmost loyalty and courage. From enchanting swords to bewitching potions, their potent magic has enabled them to fend off malignant forces time and again. Even in this day and age, their esoteric knowledge is still sought after by those seeking protection against dark arts. It's no wonder that they are remembered as some of the most remarkable magi of all time.