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Once upon a time, in a small village, lived a noble & hardworking man who went by Charles. He wasn't rich in money, but he was rich in the heart. He helped everyone with every single problem with a smile on his face. Many mothers of the village loved him as their own. He was a peasant though. His family didn't have a lot money for materials to live on a day-to-day basis. Even though he dint have a lot of money, he only wanted the princess. Princess Lola in tower at the very top of the village.
The only problem with saving Princess Lola was that she was guarded by big metal dragons. One day he got up and tried to face his fears. Charles told his mother about his 2 day adventure he was embarking and she mocked at him. But Charles did not let this get to him. He got up and left for the love of his life.
Charles was smart to pack enough supplies and food for the trip. He packed a sword and a shield as well. He was gone on his embarking journey.
The night before entering the tower, Charles was in a creepy forest. He found the note his father left him before he passed away. It said "My son Charles, I tell you this because I'm going to be gone for a long time. I want you to be a good man. I don't want fear to overcome you. At no time shall this happen. That you becoming a man will be righteous way. Charles sinked this in.
The tower was 8 stories tall and 20 feet thick. Charles blasted through the door by running towards it. The giant metal dragons approached Charles with fury. The metal dragons had faces of creatures not ever seen before. They had red faces, sharp teeth and ears. Charles saw them and fear got to him, but he remembered what his father said. He fought the dragons and won.
He got to the top of the tower and saved the damsel. She would've never thought that this man would save her. She saw how charming and what a good man he was. She feel in love with him and lived fairly ever after. THE END.
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