The poet highlights the digital symbol to add symmetry and meaning to the poem. For example, three kisses are exchanged between Gawain and Bertilak`s wife; Gawain is tempted by her for three separate days; Bertilak goes hunting three times, and the Green Knight brandishes gawain three times with his axe. Number two also always returns, as in the two scenes of beheading, two confession scenes and two castles.  The five dots of the pentagon, the poet adds, represent Gawan`s virtues, for he is „each five and five times faithful.“  The poet continues to say that Gawain is virtuous: the five senses are flawless; he never misses his five fingers, and he still remembers the five wounds of Christ and the five joys of the Virgin Mary. The fifth five is Gawain himself, who embodies the five moral virtues of the chivalrous code: „friendship, generosity, chastity, politeness and piety.“  All these virtues, as the poet says, lie in the „endless knot“ of the pentagon that intertwines forever and never breaks.  This intimate relationship between the symbol and faith allows for a rigorous allegorical interpretation, especially in the physical role that the shield plays in Gawain`s quest.  Thus, the poet makes Gawain the embodiment of perfection in chivalry by the digital symbol.  The next morning, Gawain climbs the castle with a guide who points him to the Green Chapel. The Fuhrer asks Gawain to reconsider him, because the man watching him is so dangerous. When Gawain reaches the clearing, he sees only a small hill with grass spots on it. He thinks it must be the chapel. He hears a sound like someone sharpening a blade. He calls the charlatans to meet him.
Before going hunting the next day, the gentleman offers a bargain: he will give Gawain everything he captures, provided Gawain gives him everything he could earn in the day. Gawain agreed. After his departure, his wife visits Gawain`s room and behaves seductively, but despite his best efforts, he gives only one kiss in his reluctance to insult him. When the Lord returns and gives Gawain the deer he killed, Gawain gives him a kiss without revealing his source. The next day, the lady returns, Gawain politely thwarted her advances again, and later in the day, there is a similar exchange of a wild boar chased for two kisses. She returns on the third morning, but as soon as her progress is refused, she offers Gawain a gold ring as a souvenir. He refuses softly, but firmly, but she pleads for him to at least take his erudition, a green and gold silk belt. Educate him, the lady assures him, is charmed and will protect him from all bodily harm. Try, otherwise he could die the next day, Gawain will accept him, and they will exchange three kisses.
The lady swore to Gawain that he would keep the gift secret to her husband. That evening, the lord returns with a fox that he exchanges with Gawain for the three kisses – but Gawain says nothing of the scum. Use these tabs to store information. Look at the big map and try to remember what`s on the other side. Then click on the card to return it. If you know the answer, click on the green knowledge field. Otherwise, click on the red field Don`t know. The next morning, as the Lord goes out in search of deer, Gawain sleeps late. He`s woken up by the lady in the castle. She says she came to enjoy the company of a knight with such a good reputation. They chat a little, and the lady gets up to leave. But before she leaves, she surprises Gawain by doubting that he really is the Gawain she`s heard so much about.