A knight of King Arthur's round table. She held the seventh seat.

A young knight, whose older brothers are Gawain, Gaheris and Agravain. She is one of the children born of King Lot and the Enchantress Morgana. This also makes Mordred, knight of treachery, her half-brother.

Also known as Guerrehet or Beaumains (Beautiful Hands).

Her cavalry lance has been granted multiple enhancements from Merlin, making it in a sense, a sort of Mystic Code.

Gareth was the newest addition to the round table, and a relatively inexperienced knight. She respected all her seniors, all the knights of the round table. She was especially attached to Sir Lancelot and often accompanied him. As an esquire, she underwent numerous trials, and after becoming a member of the Round Table, instead of aiding her eldest brother Gawain as Gaheris had before her, she chose a position similar to being Lancelot’s attendant.

Gareth was well-loved as an entity brimming with potential. She was highly praised not only by her siblings; the other knights would say, “She will be the greatest of knights someday,” and “She will one day become a true knight on par with her brothers”.

When Agravain hatched his plan to expose Queen Guinevere and Sir Lancelot of their infidelity, he approached Gareth to stand as a witness.

“I will never speak anything against Sir Lancelot, who bestowed me my knighthood,” Gareth told him, and left in sorrow.

The plan was sprung, and once Sir Lancelot was caught red-handed, the knight did retaliate, and Agravain ended up losing his life. Queen Guinevere was apprehended, and Gareth was ordered to stand witness at her execution. “Please understand I am not here of my own will,” Gareth flatly stated and attended unarmed and unarmored. This would be her downfall.

When Lancelot came to rescue the queen, he crushed Gareth’s unguarded, defenseless skull.

A great many lost their lives in this series of events. Agravain, Gaheris, Gareth— what sorrow could Sir Gawain have felt upon losing his brothers? And thus, the round table did crack, and the glory of King Arthur and his knights would meet its end.

Brave and faithful like a small puppy, a young knight of tragedy.

Once she has grown attached to someone, she will never betray no matter what. Even if it means the death of her. She lives as she always has lived.

Honoring chivalry, believing in justice and carrying it out. She is proud of the fact she was accepted by the Knight King, and even now she considers being selected as a member of the round table as the greatest honor of her life.

She still admires Sir Lancelot. The day everything ended. The day the knight moved to save Queen Guinevere. She would adore him even if her own form hadn’t so much as entered the knight’s eyes. She would adore him even if… he had known her, yet didn’t hesitate to kill her regardless.

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