Scene 1: In another country their queen explains her thriving city; the forests are doing well, and her crops are thriving. The one thing the queen hates though, is misuse to land.
Scene 2: The queen's adviser tells her that another country has encroached on their land and destroyed their royal gardens. She decides to retaliate by sending her army to get rid of the invaders.
Scene 3: The queen has offered a peace treaty, but she has not heard back from the other kingdom. As a result, she has won taken the land, and appoints her adviser to control it as a sanctuary.
Scene 1: The queen's adviser expresses his love of power. He wants to rule land for himself, but would never go against his sister.
Scene 2: Knowing the queen's love of the environment, he pretends that another country has destroyed their gardens. He hopes a war will give him the opportunity to rule new lands.
Scene 3: After winning a war he started, he has been appointed to rule the new land they have acquired. He has finally been given power, and has become hungry with it. He ends with plans to take over more land for himself.
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