In this guide, I'll be explaining the king's strategies and how to defeat him accordingly. This guide has been updated, since the last modification was February of 2017, and since then, a Blind Legend has done some things.
This scene is now considered separate, it is no longer part of scene 26.
You start out at the door to the hall. Blake in his rage, slams the door open, and everyone halts in their celebratory activities.
Your wife calls out to you, and you speak up loud and clear.
"I have come for my wife. And I'm not going to leave without her."
At this point, King Thork uses the opportunity to appear, while the guards prepare their weapons, only to put them away again.
The king will walk over to you. Lots of things are said after this, but let's just skip ahead to the fighting.
There are three stages of this fight. The first few bashes, Thork uses a wicked sword. He switches positions quite a lot, and tries to taunt you. Be sure to not fall for his tricks and show him that blind knights are better than he thinks (if you take offense to this I will delete the line and rephrase).
He'll eventually drop his blade and draw two twin axes, or twin blades of some sort. This is when you need to be the most careful.
Remember how before the A Blind Legend update, the king only struck once with these? Well guess what? Now he strikes twice.
Try not to fall for his taunts either in this stage because if you do, he'll strike back with one blade, then an additional strike with 2.
The third stage, after you strike, Thork will collapse to the ground. He'll breathe heavily, trying to regain breath. If you do not strike him to deliver the final blow, he'll regain his composure, and he'll slam both blades into your chest at once, finishing the job. So, strike him and be done with it.
I hope this guide helped now that it has been updated.