Errant Knight 1.0

  1. Remember this place when new horizons call.
  2. Take the lost by the hand and lead them ever here, ever home.
  3. The quickening beat is in step with your wanderer’s stride.
  4. Walk on, noble hero… all roads lead home.

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A knight-errant

  1. Figure of medieval chivalric romance literature
    Means “wandering, roving” wander the land in search of adventures to prove his chivalric virtues
  2. Origin In medieval Europe, knight-errantry existed only in literature, although many fictional works from this time period present themselves as historical non-fiction
  3. The best example is the knight-errants used in the heroes of the Round Table of the Arthurian cycle such as Gawain, Lancelot and Percival
  4. These knights wandered the lands is that of the Holy Grail, such as in Perceval, the Story of the Grail written by Chrétien de Troyes in the 1180s
  5. The term “knight-errant” emerged later, recorded (as knygt erraunt) in the 14th-century poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

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