Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is the second and a half book in the Camelot Overthrown LitRPG Series.
Instead of Sir Gorrow as the hero, we have Sir Gawain in this retelling of the tale of honour and loyalty where the knights of King Arthur encounter a powerful supernatural creature who seemingly can cheat death but at the same time end their lives forever.
The mysterious Green Knight steps out of the winter cold, with his green holly branch and his might fey axe. This axe has tremendous powers and can kill most creatures with one shot. The Green Knight says it will belong to whoever is brave enough to cut off his head.
Gawain is that man.
The Camelot series features stories of Sir Gorrow in addition to Arthurian legends of chivalry and knighthood retold as LitRPG stories where the heroes' courage and honor is tested time and again.
My Opinion: 90 pages?, $0.99, Available on Kindle Unlimited
Galen Wolf has never been afraid to try new things in his LitRPG series. This time he’s adding RPG elements to a retelling of a classic story of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Don’t worry if you’ve never read the poem or heard the story. Galen Wolf does a great job of staying true to the original tale but adding in modern MMO and RPG reasoning. It’s just a good short side story.
Score: 8 out of 10