He is only ever restrained after Guyon stops up the mouth of Occasion, weakening Furor and allowing Guyon to wrestle him and bind him with cords.
This fits with the theme of temperance in book 2, where Sir Guyon is the main protagonist who must deal with these different extremes.
See our complete list of Arthurian characters for more entries like this one.
- Norris Lacy, Geoffrey Ashe, Debra Mancoff – The Arthurian Handbook (Second Edition)
- Alan Lupack – The Oxford Guide to Arthurian Literature and Legend
- Ronan Coghlan – The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Arthurian Legends
- Anonymous – Lancelot-Grail, the French Vulgate
- Sir Thomas Malory – Le Morte d’Arthur