Galahad later retrieved the Holy Grail to heal Pelles from a sickness. He also arranges for Elaine's burial. Elaine of Corbenic (also known as Amite, Heliaebel, Helaine, Perevida or Helizabel; identified as "The Grail Maiden" or "Grail Bearer" due to her connection to the Holy Grail) is the daughter of King Pelles and the mother of Sir Galahad by Sir Lancelot.She first appears in the Prose Lancelot (the Vulgate Cycle) and plays a major roel i character in Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur. Lancelot tells the whole sad story to Arthur and the assembled courtiers. Elaine/Lancelot (2) Elaine of Corbenic & Jenkins | Galahad (The Librarians) (2) Lancelot du Lac/Arthur Pendragon (1) Will Graham/Hannibal Lecter (1) Guinevere/Lancelot du Lac (1) Guinevere/Lancelot du Lac/Arthur Pendragon (1) Exclude Additional Tags Angst (6) Alternate Universe - … When Lancelot paid a visit to Corbenic Castle, Pelles saw the chance to make true the prophecy. Corbenic (Carbone[c]k, Corbin) is the name of the Grail castle, the edifice housing the Holy Grail in the Arthurian literary tradition.It first appears by that name in the 13th-century Lancelot-Grail Cycle and figures in Thomas Malory's 15th-century Le Morte d'Arthur.It is the domain of the Fisher King and the birthplace of Galahad After Lancelot rescues Elaine from a “scalding bath” she falls in love with him. She and Lancelot are the parents of Galahad.She is the daughter of King Pelles.Pelles sent Elaine to have a son with Lancelot, who would then be named Galahad. He ordered Elaine's handmaiden (and sorceress , in some versions she was Morgan le Fay in disguise) to give Lancelot a potion to make him unaware of his doings. Elaine of Corbenic is a legendary character in the King Arthur stories. Getting back to the idea of a rescue in the Lyanna and Rhaegar story, isn’t it curious that this theme appears again in the story of Elaine of Corbenic and Lancelot? If we apply this to Lyanna, we might wonder again if she could have been in trouble with a fiery minded Targaryen. Elaine of Corbenic is the daughter of King Pelles, the mother of Galahad, and spends most of her life either trying to gain the admiration of Sir Lancelot, or trying to make more of their relationship than can possibly be accomplished. It is true that Lancelot is unhappy, but he is unable to make an answer to this remark. Later Arthur comments to Lancelot that it is a pity he did not wed such a lovely maiden since he is so lonely.