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One day, Tristan and Yseut meet a hermit named Ogrin. He tells them that Mark has offered one hundred silver marks for their capture, and that God will pardon the sins of a man who confesses them in good faith. (We're not sure: God is kind of a jokester in this romance, if you think about it.)
Tristan explains that he and Yseut love one another because of a love potion, and there is nothing they can do about it.
He says he would rather live as a beggar than leave Yseut. Yseut shares his feelings.
Ogrin gives them lodging for the night.
The couple remains in the woods, avoiding open country. They live on venison that Tristan kills and are troubled by a lack of bread.
The word that there is a reward for their capture spreads throughout the whole kingdom.