A knight of King Arthur's round table, bearing the strength of three men in the light of day.
Gawain is the exemplar of chivalry and battle prowess.
When it comes to strength, there is no match for Gawain. When his fury boils no man but his brother, Gaheris, can stop or calm him.
Lot describes his first born to be his strength and fury.
Gawain won the tournament at Camelot, besting Angelina in the final battle.
When hearing from Serbitar that Lancelot would fight at the front line with Malaghant against the Undead Horde he sprung into action and left Camelot to help his friend. He paid no heed to his brother warnings and pleads to stay.