Lord of the Black Thorn
Sire de la Noire Espine
A nobleman who owned a piece of land in Arthur’s realm. When he died, his eldest daughter disinherited his youngest daughter and expelled her from the land.
The younger daughter traveled to King Arthur’s court to appeal the case. Yvain agreed to champion her cause, and Gawain was assigned as the eldest daughter’s champion. After fighting for many hours, the two knights revealed their identities to each other, and both stopped fighting immediately. They both appealed to Arthur to award the judgment to the other. Arthur, recognizing that their self-sacrifice was a sign of love for each other, made an independent judgment in the case, awarding half the land to the wronged younger daughter.
Lord of the Fens
He continued the war after Alain’s death, joining forces with Cahot the Red. Gawain defeated him and won Yglais a year’s peace, after which the Lord of the Fens was defeated again by Perceval. Perceval drowned him in a pool of his own knights’ blood.
Lord of the Fens
He is properly called Agravadain the Black.
Lord of the Fountain
Black Knight of the Fountain
Lady of the Fountain | The Legend of King Arthur
Lord of the Horn
Sires del Cor
The 'horn' to which his name refers hung outside his castle. Perceval blew it and summoned the Lord to battle. After defeating him in combat, Perceval sent the Lord of the Horn to Arthur’s court as a prisoner.
Lord of the Rock
An evil knight who siezed the castle of Gladoain after the latter’s death. Gladoain’s brother, the Knight of the Green Shield, sought help from Lancelot, who had been Gladoain’s friend. Lancelot killed the Lord of the Rock.
Lord of the Scottish Wilderness