Sir Launcelot lay there peacefully, under the tree, not knowing that his fellow night, Sir Lyonel had been imprisoned.
La la la la la! I am having sweet dreams! Wowza!
While he was sleeping, four queens crossed his path. They thought he was very handsome so they brought him to Morgan Le Fay's dungeon where he would wake up and choose one of them as his wife.
Let us not quarrel. Instead, I will cast a spell over him so that he remains asleep while we take him to my castle and make him our prisoner. We can then oblige him to choose one of us for his paramour.
Sir Launcelot refused so the queens threatened to kill him. While in the dungeon, he came across a young noblewoman who said she could help him.
Sir Launcelot, I know you have refused the four queens, and that they wish to kill you out of spite. But if you will be ruled by me, I can save you.
Upon leaving the dungeon, Sir Launcelot comes across a vacant pavilion where he decides he should rest before fighting.
Sir Bellus, the knight whose pavillion it was, came back and lay beside Sir Launcelot thinking he was his mistress. Upon realizing this, they began to fight.
Sir Launcelot injured Sir Belleus. Sir Belleus fell at his knees in praise and forgave him for hurting him because he was such a noble knight.