And when the day came to face Havgan in single combat, he was perfectly calm. He was mortal, unlike his opponent, and perhaps at a disadvantage. But if he lost, then he intended to do so honorably. If he was destined to defeat this man, then he would be victorious. He knew he must simply play his part.*
*Freely adapted from a excerpt of the Welsh history "Pwyll, Prince of Dyfed".