The Princess' Key

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  • After obtaining the key, Raisa and William travelled back to the castle.
  • The Road Back
  • You saved my life, William. I will not allow you to be punished.
  • They arrived at the castle's entrance.
  • Raisa, I shouldn't go inside the castle with you. Your father will likely want to punish me for escaping.
  • Okay, Princess, I'll trust you.
  • No, father! He doesn't deserve to be imprisoned, and neither do many of the prisoners in your prison! Their innocent! I'm going to release them with this key!
  • Together, Raisa and William went to the king.
  • Resurrection
  • Raisa, you're back. Did you find the key? And why is this traitorous servant with you? Guards, send him to the prison immediately!
  • I'm going to unlock the door and release the prisoners.
  • I guess I have. I've also realized that peasants aren't as terrible as I thought they were. I've learned they deserve respect.
  • Raisa and William left her father, traveling to the castle's prison.
  • Tranformation
  • Raisa unlocked the door to the prison and released the prisoners. They were grateful, and they were able to return to their families. Raisa's father decided to be more fair, and he allowed William to become a palace guard.
  • Okay. Raisa, thank you for defending me. It wasn't something I would have expected you to do before. You've changed.
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