Lancelot character writing

Lancelot character writing - Mark Moeller 12/19/06 Period 4...

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Mark Moeller 12/19/06 Period 4 Lancelot character writing Throughout all his childhood, Lancelot has been obsessed with the thought of becoming a knight of Arthur’s Round Table. This obsession leads him to becoming the greatest, strongest, and most powerful knight of Arthur’s. Lancelot swears to do all in his power to become the best knight ever. With this concept, an internal conflict arises in Lancelot over his own personal beliefs, and those of chivalry. Lancelot, like all human beings, has emotions and can empathize with other people. These emotions directly conflict with his natural instincts to kill everyone he faces. He doesn’t think of his opponents as people until they are put into a position he can relate with. Lancelot voyages on many quests throughout the book, and encounters many foes. With very few of his opponents near his own skill level, Lancelot has become accustomed to winning his battles. His first instinct is to slaughter them, but will often hesitate as they show mercy. His natural disposition is to be kindhearted and caring for
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