I’m not very familiar with Arthurian Legends unfortunately. The one I know best goes like this.
NOTE: I wrote it like this to practice my writing a bit
In the golden days of [name_m]Long[/name_m] Ago, [name_m]King[/name_m] [name_m]Arthur[/name_m] and [name_f]Queen[/name_f] [name_f]Guinevere[/name_f] lived peacefully in their castle at [name_u]Carlisle[/name_u]. One [name_u]New[/name_u] Year’s day, when there was a large banquet and celebration, all was well, when a terrified farm girl burst into the room, weeping. She pleaded with the king and his knights to help her, so they said that they would be honored to help her.
“An evil ogre has moved into Hewin Castle!” she cried, still sobbing. “I live across from it, on shore, and he has been snatching up men, woman and children and eating them!”
A worried murmure rippled through the crowd.
“[name_m]Alas[/name_m]!” the king cried, readying his sword, [name_m]Excalibur[/name_m]. "The first quest of the [name_u]New[/name_u] Year! I will quest this time.
So the king thus set off towards Hewin Castle, to battle the ogre and save his kingdom.
[name_m]Long[/name_m] story short, they meet an hideous woman who asks three knights to marry her. the ogre has cursed the king and the only way to make him better is for the ogre to cure him, and the ogre will only cure him if he answers the riddle correctly. It’s ‘What does every woman want?’
The hideous woman has the anwser. The first knight refuses to marry her, not even for the greater good. Ditto for the second knight. But the third, the youngest, marries her and gets the answer. Obviously, the moment they marry she becomes fair, and golden hair and gorgeous. She answers the riddle: ‘her own way!’
So, the brave and noble knights and [name_m]King[/name_m] [name_m]Arthur[/name_m] answer the riddle and save the day, forcing the ogre to leave and cure [name_m]King[/name_m] [name_m]Arthur[/name_m].
If you want, I can continue writing it down fairytale-esque.