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But listen to this, my fair queen, for I offer you a fair warning. For one wish you are willing to pay at any price, unaware that the Wishing Spell can only happen twice, And the spell can only happen once more, for it was already used once before. In this castle, as we stand, a duo move throughout the land. A young brother and sister collect at a quick pace and may defeat my queen in Wishing Spell race.
Next, the twins were at the Charming Kingdom, where they tried sneaking into the palace while there was a ball going on, but were caught. However, the head of queen's royal guard, Sir Lampton, asked to give him a tour of the palace himself.
Sir Lamptom showed them around the whole castle, including the place where Queen Cinderella kept her glass slippers and all her personal things. In the journal, glass slippers were one of the eight things to be collected. As the twins and Sir Lampton entered the room, Cinderella was there right in front of them. After a few minutes of chatting, the twins decided to come back later for the slippers as it would just be breaking their trust to steal the slippers.
After bidding farewell to Cinderella, Prince Charming and Sir Lampton, the twins decided to go back to Shoe Inn where they had spent the last night. However on their way, Alex opened her bag to see a beautiful sparkling glass slipper. How did it get in there?
Just as they entered the Red Riding Hood Kingdom, Jack's beanstalk caught their eyes. They even met Jack, however, he seemed very different to what he was described as.
While they saw Jack slam the door of his manor behind him, the twins heard a very high pitched voice and right realised what it was. It was the magic harp Jack had rescued from the giant.
OMG! Is that Jack's Beanstalk?
The magic harp told them how Red Riding Hood had a huge crush on Jack and would propose to him every week when he took a basket to the palace for her. However, Red wasn't the one in Jack' heart.
Hey Jack, can we come to the palace with you?
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