Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

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  • King Arthur's court, New Years day
  •  I'm small and weak, but I'll do it!
  • I'll let you chop off my head if you let me chop off your's in a year and a day!
  • One year later, on his way to find the green knight...
  •  I can't find the Green Knight's chapel, maybe I can stop here for the night. 
  • Better not let her husband know...
  • At the castle, the host's wife gives him a gift...
  • Hey, I have a girdle to give you that can save your life!
  • Wow Thanks!
  • King Arthur and his court are enjoying a new years party, when the Green Knight comes in and wants to play a game! All of the knights are too scared, which makes King Arthur mad. Sir Gawain offers to play and chops off the knight's head. surprisingly the Green Knight still lives!
  • Sir Gawain leaves the castle and finds the Green Knight's chapel...
  • One year later, Sir Gawain travels to find the Green Knight, and he stumbles upon a castle where he plans to stay the night. The host of the castle lets him stay if Sir Gawain gives him everything he receives.
  • Sir Gawain finds out the truth...
  • The wife of the hostess offers Sir Gawain a girdle that will save his life. Sir Gawain should have given the girdle to her husband, but he keeps it for himself.
  • And they lived happily ever after!
  • It's all good, why don't you join me for dinner?
  • Sir Gawain finds the Green Knight, and the knight goes to chop off Gawain's head. He fakes his swing two times, and the third time he only cuts his neck a little.
  • I promised so I must...
  • Time to fulfill your promise
  • The Green Knight tells him that he was the host of the castle and the woman who gave him the girdle was his wife. Sir Gawain is ashamed that he did not give the sash back like he should've. 
  • I'm so sorry, I'm so embarrassed, I'm such a coward!
  • The Green Knight tells Sir Gawain that all is forgiven,  but he must wear the girdle to remind him of his actions. Afterwards they go and feast together, and live happily ever after!
  • The End
  • Okay, sounds good!
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