Gifts for EffervescentAardvark
"Gwaine's sixth problem, which may have been and always would be the greatest, was his complete and utter refusal—nay, inability—to accept help from others. It tied into his hubris, yes, a bit, and also his pride—for Gwaine had a great deal of pride, contrary to popular opinion—it was shame he didn't have, which was different."
Gwaine has had worse scrapes than this: he just can't think of any right now.
A boar hunt with the knights goes terribly wrong, but as things progress, it turns out that that's the least of his problems.
WARNINGS: Language, violence and sexual themes.