However, after centuries of guarding the Grail, the knight's strength failed him and he toppled backwards under the weight of the weapon. Jones helped the Grail Knight get back up and when he saw Jones he smiled. Believing the archaeologist to be the long awaited knight that had come to vanquish him in single combat for protection of the cup, the Grail Knight tried to pass on his weapon. Instead of accepting it, Jones lowered the sword and, pressed for time, he said he was unable to explain the situation when Walter Donovan and Elsa Schneider arrived to take the Grail.
Behind the scenesEdit
The prop of the Grail Knight sword measures 99 x 20 x 3 cm.
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