This was the Joust to the Death. I have no idea why all four knights had to joust when the challenge had been issued just between the two main characters but when I arrived at the field for Part 3, all four knights were present and accounted for.
There were several glancing blows before the first knight was unseated.
That’s when the fighting moved to the ground.
There was much yelling and I couldn’t make out what they were saying but as the scene wound down it became clear that the “Good Night” was cleared of the accusations and that the real thief (surprise, surprise) was really the “Bad Knight”. He was dragged off to be put in chains.
The Good Knight took his bows and no one died. The crowd began to disperse and make its way to the exits. It was a really good day.
Well that about wraps up my posts of my day at King Richard’s Faire. I have a few more images to share and then it’s on to the next adventure.