The Lady or, the Tiger? Storyboard
By marydanga, Updated
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In the olden times, there was a king who lets the accused choose between two doors to decide whether or not they are innocent or guilty. In one of those doors is a tiger, ready to maul who opens it. In the other is a fair maiden and gets married immediately.
The king found out that his daughter fell in love with a young, handsome, brave man. The kind did not hesitate to throw him in the king's arena to decide his fate.
The king searched for the most savage and relentless beasts and the fairest maiden was chosen for the princess' lover.
It was the day of when the princess' lover faces the arena. He bows down to the king but his only focus was on the princess.
Torn between despair and envy, she motions her right hand very subtly, only for her lover to see. He goes to the door from the other side of the arena.
He opens the door. The author however, does not state what came out of the opened door and leaves the readers to decide based on the princess' feelings and actions.
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