Le Morte d'Arthur

what is most likely the reason that sir launcelot does not initially fight three round table knights at the end of the story

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are we talking about the three giant knights? In that case, it would be because had he proven himself unfaithful to either the knightly code or to his virtuous love for the queen, he would have died.


Le Morte d'Arthur

these are the answer choices

A.sir launelot dislikes the knights

b.he is afraid they will overpower him

c.king arthur orders him to watch, but not participate in, in the struggle

d.round table knight do not battle one another

D. round table knights are NOT to fight one another.