Even the love affairs did not remain completely clear and spiritual, they in many cases led to the adultery and promiscuity.
As a result, the code of chivalry saw its end with the increase of mercantilism and the appearance of the middle class.
It wanted to transform the idea of the social warrior, who associated with the justice, sympathy, and sacrifice for the weak.
Still, the primary issue of chivalry code lied in its peculiarity for a particular lord.
It is impossible to claim about the purely tremendous or adverse influence of the chivalry code on the medieval society. The real life of a medieval knight was too far from a fairy tale.
The one thing is clear enough is that the idea of spreading it lied in reducing the level of violence in the community. Almost all free time of a knight was spent either hunting or in war.
Furthermore, the church wanted to eliminate the brutality of the warriors as well as to make them faithful to the God.
The three types of chivalry were different in their nature, namely in the responsibilities and rules the knights had to follow.
To be specific, the norms and principles depended mainly on the Lord’s views on what was right and what was wrong.
One could consider the adultery as usual in that society, while another forbidden even to think about such crime (Abels).