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The Prisoner in the Oak, Chapter 3 Summary

As the activity settles, Morgaine sits with Accolon to explain that there is a reason behind her deeds. She reminds him that there is a purpose to everything that they have been doing. They are more than just lovers. She asks the big question, which is: Will he challenge the betrayer for the sword he holds by betrayal? He answers yes and says that he is ready to die for the cause. Morgaine explains that Gwydion cannot be the one to challenge Arthur. Accolon questions how the challenge will come about, and Morgaine explains that he will have all the help possible. She tries to explain as best she can without having a firm idea herself of exactly what will happen.

She leads Accolon to a hazel grove, and there the world begins...

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