The most famous Knight of the Round Table is Sir Lancelot. Lancelot had been King Arthur’s champion and closest friend during his time in Camelot. He was the picture perfect image of knighthood until he had an infamous affair with Queen Guinevere, King Arthur’s wife. This affair resulted in a civil war that nearly destroyed Camelot. Still, Lancelot left a legacy as one of Camelot’s greatest knights. In my third fantasy book, I am thinking of presenting a young knight who becomes the main character’s finest champion and best friend. In addition, this character will suffer from a curse that has afflicted his entire family and he is on a quest to break it.

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