The Big (Good) Wolf

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  • I think I might get the dungeon repainted
  • Porkchops....
  • Once upon a time there was a small kingdom that was ruled by Queen Riding Hood. You may know her from her bioagraphy- Little Red Riding Hood. She also has magical powers, but we'll get to that later.
  • Help me!!!!
  • One day the Queen was looking out her window and saw the Big Bad Wolf(little did she know he was a good wolf now as he had helped Peter Pan)! Earlier, he had eaten her three little pigs, and she wanted revenge! The Queen quickly ran to the medow where the wolf slept. 
  • Ahhhhhh!
  •  But by then the wolf had gone into a cottage by the castle. Thinking it looked much more comfy. Strangly there were three bowls of cottage on a table! The Queen sneaked up on the cottage ready to attack. When the wolf opened the door, she claped her hands and turned the wolf into a ladybug!
  • For many months the wolf was hidden away in a magical dungeon. But what the Queen didn't know was that the wolf was absorbing the magical powers seeping into the well where he was held captive, ready to make his move on the Queen. And ever so slowly turning back into a wolf. 
  • One day the Queen came down to feed the wolf (who had returned to normal). Quickly, the wolf sprang for the Queen and tossed her down into the well. Then using HIS magical powers, he turned the Queen into a slug. The next day the cleaning staff found the slug and promptly disposed of it. 
  • Legend says that the queen was never found or missed for that matter. The people decided that the wolf would become king for getting rid of the horrible queen. The Kingdom also held a celebration for their new king. For a long time all the people lived happily ever after! (or at least till three more pigs came along!)
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