Ala al-Din Eva Storyboard

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  • Ala al-Din was a very lazy child. He was rude and mean to his mother, and was never thankful for anything.
  • A black dwarf pretends to be Ala al-Dins "uncle", and sends him in a cave trying to trick Ala al-Din into giving him magical powers of a lamp and a ring. But Ala al-Din realizes what is going on, and finds out what amazing magic is inside the amazing objects.
  • Never! These ifrits are amazing!
  • GIVE IT TO ME!
  • Ala al-Din sees the princess Badr al-Budur without her veil and instantly falls in love with her. He decides it's his destiny to marry her, and soon the marriage happens.
  • She is so beautiful! I must marry her instantly!
  • Ala al-Din and Badr al-Budur were living happily together when suddenly the black dwarf plays with magic! The black dwarf kidnaped Badr al-Budur and Ala al-Dins beloved castle. Badr al-Budurs father and his wazir is the first to find out.
  • Ala al-Dins palace has disappeared (Chapter 26 pg.195)
  • Fool! Idiot! Son of a camel flea I can see it has disappeared! Where has it gone? (chapter 26 pg. 195)
  • It's the first Ala al-Din hears about the horrible problem. The king is very angry with Ala al-Din because he has lost his daughter (Ala al-Dins wife). He tells Ala al-Din if you don't find my daughter you will die!
  • When did this happen? What? I must find her and my palace!
  • IF YOU DON'T FIND MY DAUGHTER YOU SHALL DIE!
  • Ala al-Din uses the ifrits to help him find his wife and palace. He ends up in Africa saving the day. Badr al-Budur and Ala al-Din live happily ever after
  • NOOOO!
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