King Arthur (chap 3-4, book 2)

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  • One day, during a fiest, a very tall man came in. I didn't say who he was. He later asked King Arthur to give him three wishes, requests. He first asked him to eat with him and the knights of the round table. He then asked him to let him be his servant. Sir Kay said he probably a peasant's son. He says he can work in the kitchen, and so he did for a whole year.
  • After one year, a woman came in and asked for a knight to help her safe her sister from the Red Knight of the Red Lawns. Beaumains asked him to let him in on the adventure and be made knight. Lady Linnet was angry and didn't want Beaumains to come, but he did anyway. On the way she was always insulting him, but he just ignored it all. 
  • After the journey, Gareth defeated both green and blue knights. When they reached Castle Dangerous, they saw a tree with bodies of knights he killed.The red knight came out to fight him. Gareth won, even though the red knight had great stranght. 
  • Three sieges where left in the round table, and one was the Siege Perilous. One day, during the feast of Pentecost, a man came in with a harp. He told them all a story while playing the harp, about Sir Tristam of Lyonesse.
  • When the Irish lord Marhault toulk over land in Britain and forces the nearby lords to pay tribute, Tristram went to fight him on an island. When Marhault struck Tristram in the leg, Marhault said that he will die because of a magic owntment on his sword, and only few people can heal it. 
  • When Tristram went to Ireland, he met Iseult the Fair and fell in love with her. When Tristram's ship was Brought in and people go in, Brangwain made a love potion for Iseult and Mark, king of Cornwall. Iseult finally sees Tristram and the spell is broken, but Mark soon finds out and banishes Tristram from Cornwall.   
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