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  • One day, Don Quixote decides he wants to do good for the world. He always messes up and makes things worse than he intends but he wants to change. He doesn’t know where he’s going but he’ll figure it out once he gets there. He packs up his belongings and hops on his horse to begin his journey.
  • Don Quixote’s first stop on his adventure is an island. He takes his horse, Rocinante, to go explore the island. He finds a cave where he decides to put his things and horse. Don decides to go find food so he continues to explore.
  • As he’s exploring, Don finds a girl named Donna. She tells him that she knows the island very well since she’s been there for a while. Don asks Donna if she would like to join him in exploring the island. She agrees and says she’ll show him around.
  • Don and Donna make it to the shore and see a pirate ship. Don knows that they should leave before they’re seen but it’s too late. They try to escape but the pirates get to them before they can. The pirates take them and bring them back to their ship.
  • The pirates took them on their ship and accused them of trespassing on their island. Donna said that this isn’t their island and that made the pirates mad. They told Don and Donna that they need to leave now or they would walk the plank. Don says he need to go get his things from the cave before he leaves. The pirates don’t approve of this and lead them to the plank.
  • Don and Donna walk the plank together. When they get to the end, Don notices a boat underneath so he taps Donna and points it out. Don jumps first and pulls Donna with him onto the boat. The pirates didn’t know the boat was there so they think Don and Donna drowned.
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