Gather ye around, and let me spin the tale of the Mighty Sir Render, the boar knight who singlehandedly ran away from every battle he ever faced, at whom cowards scoff and birds excrement upon! And tell also the tale of the fair Maiden Tiewahn, the exotic red panda princess whose hand in marriage he so desired, but could only attain if he proved his courage! It is a short story, alas...
Sir Render is approaching the captain of the city guard to apply for the bounty to slay a nearby beast who is ravaging the town livestock, in hopes of winning the confidence of the princess. The captain is not impressed and suggests an easier task for the known coward.
The 'Brave' Sir Render, having tracked the source of the livestock disappearance, comes upon a dragon in his lair - which is little more than a hole in the side of the mountain. Upon confronting the dragon, the two try every trick in the book to discourage the other from attacking.
Sir Render had defeated the ogres that had plagued the town, using nothing but a lucky shot from his bow and arrow to cause an avalanche and crush them. Now the hero of the kingdom, the 'brave Sir Render' finds himself alone with his heart's desire, the beautiful Maiden Tiewahn. But he has one more challenge to overcome! His 'Biggest' one yet!