Lancelot was the child of King Ban of Benwick and Elaine. At the point when Ban’s kingdom was vanquished, Lancelot was taken away by the Lady of the Lake, who brought him up in a supernatural kingdom. She later sent him to Camelot, where he turned into a knight of King Arthur’s round table. He rapidly rose to noticeable quality as the boldest and most skilled contender of the considerable number of knights, and experienced numerous undertakings with them.
After touching base in Camelot, Lancelot rapidly became hopelessly enamored with Arthur’s ruler, Guinevere. In the wake of being protected by Lancelot, she started to have affections for him too, and they started an undertaking which was at last in charge of the strife which prompted the fall of Camelot, and the passing of Arthur. A while later, Guinevere turned into a cloister adherent and asked Lancelot to never demonstrate his face to her again. Lancelot turned into a minister and looked for retribution.
Prior to the fall of Camelot, Lancelot was fooled into having intercourse to Elaine of Corbenic, little girl of the Fisher King, who masked herself as Guinevere. Their association brought about Sir Galahad, a much more ideal knight than Lancelot himself.