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- Next, the tale of Sir Robin (the not-quite-so-brave-as-Sir-Lancelot).
- Sir Robin's minstrels sing a gruesome song about his potential deaths; he is not amused.
- He runs into a giant knight with three heads. The heads bicker about killing him, having tea and biscuits, and personal hygiene. By the time they stop arguing, Robin has fled.
- The minstrels are singing about Robin's cowardliness; Robin doesn't like that one, either.
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