Arthurnian Legend: The Golden Goose by Nishchay Jasuja

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  • "Thy goose has laid thy golden egg."
  • Thy goose must be kept a secret lest the peasants stop working 
  • "Hmm interesting"
  • "King Beowulf the Wise has a a golden goose ma ma master"
  • "What! Send Everything for the Golden Goose!"
  • "My Knights and I shall take the goose. Thou shan't be failed. Now to my steed and hounds."
  • "You win this round... but I will get my goose back."
  • "Thou Goose now! My knights are outside your treasury right now cutting down your guards so give me the goose and you live!"
  • Once upon a time, a wise king named Beowulf the Wise ruled the enchanted kingdom of Wessex. Wessex was the richest kingdom in all of England, because of a goose that laid two golden eggs a month. Beowulf knew to store the eggs to keep his kingdom working since he wished his citizens to rely upon them selves.  Yet a spy saw this goose 
  • "We can thy king"
  • "Any knight who can rescue my goose will receive half my golden eggs"
  • The spy gave the king Christian the Cruel the news about the golden goose. Christian the Cruel sent his feared 13 knights and their hounds to take the goose, by force
  • "Is there no one who can save me?"
  • The 13 knights stole the goose by force leaving the kings guards injured
  • "You go Sir Wellington III. I see potential in you."
  • "My armor is pure bronze. No sword can put a dent in it."
  • "A Knight proves his worthiness through his deeds"
  • King Beowulf the Wise offered half his golden eggs for any knight who could rescue his goose. Needles to say many knights took on the job and worked together to storm the castle. 
  • All knights failed until their were only two knights left that were not under the control of Christian the cruel. Meanwhile plague and famine struck Beowulf the Wise's kingdom who used treasure he had stored to sustain his kingdom. But he had 11 days before all he had left was his golden eggs.
  • The next day the last two knights came. The knight Sir Billington IV boasted about his solid bronze armor. The other Knight Sir Wellington III stayed quite. The king recognized this and chose him to rescue the golden goose.
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