Giles is in love with Lady Megan, the fiancée of another knight, Sir Gideon. But then he sees Sir Gideon acting suspiciously, making excuses even to Lady Megan, and hears him having a conversation which implies he may have something to do with the threat on a village for its silver. He admits to Valiant that bringing up these suspicions himself could cost him his knighthood, and Valiant has to consider whether his friend speaks out of jealousy. The two learn that an old enemy of Camelot, exiled by Sir Gideon, sends a representative who is extorting its silver. Most of the court is away and he doesn't have any luck passing on the message for Giles to Sir Gawain, who is there, so he decides to assist Giles in his investigation. Written by
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When Giles puts his hand to his chest talking to Valiant in the common room, it turns green like his tunic. See more
When you're older you'll understand, Valiant. When I lost my hand I became... half a man. I needed to feel strong - to be powerful again.
[a knight hits his horse's rump so it takes off
Did you not know, Sir Gideon, that the true measure of a man lies not in his hands, but in his heart.