This story could therefore provide context for Gawain`s attempts to resist the Green Knight`s wife; Thus, the story of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight can be seen as a story that combines elements of the Celtic beheading game and seduction test stories. In addition, in both stories, a year passes before the end of the challenge or exchange. However, some scholars disagree with this interpretation, as Arawn seems to have accepted the idea that Pwyll might reciprocate with his wife, making it less of a “seduction test” per se, since seduction tests usually involve a gentleman and a lady conspiring to seduce a knight, apparently against the Lord`s will. [15] Sir Gauvain was furious. .