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The two brave men carried the treasure to King George. Fredrick laid his diamonds on the chest to give to the king. "Well done, Sir Fredrick. You have won the hand of my daughter." Fredrick married the princess. As for Robin, he knew he had done the right thing and that's all that mattered.
Although Robin had no diamonds left, he helped Fredrick to his feet and together they entered the castle to find the chest. Finding teh chest in the dungeon, Fredrick asked Robin to help him carry it back to the king.
Our hero Robin, giving up all hope, gleamed something out of the corner of his eye, the next diamond. He could never imagine this happening. Encouraged, and knowing he was behind Frederick, he quickly pulled out the last sheet and read, "I climb the wall, but it's not me. Look under the ledge to get an edge."
Bewilder about the clue, he began to walk through the city. There were big walls everywhere! Should he climb a wall and look for his diamond? He had almost given up when he saw a vine of flowers climbing a city wall. He soon found the 4th diamond under the window's ledge, and went on his way to find the 5th.
After reading his last clue, he became very excited. He knew exactly where this place was located. "Hotter than hot, redder than red. Don't fight these fellows, or you'll surely be dead!" He found the last one in a fire place of a mercenary camp. Finally, he had completed his task and found 5 diamonds. He ran to the king to find out where the treasure was located.
The phoenix pecked Fredrick with his beak, knocking him to the ground. Ready to go in for the kill, he was surprised when Robin stepped in between them. "Wait! Diamonds are not worth a life. Take these and let the man live." The phoenix looked into Robin's eyes, nodded his head, took the jewels and flew away.
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