Devil with the three golden hairs

Devil with the three golden hairs
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  • Once Upon an time, a child of luck was born. He was cast into the river by a cruel-hearted king who ordered it to be.
  • The king thought that his job was done... but an observant fisherman found the baby, thinking it great fortune that he had found it. the man took the luck child under his wing and raised him for fourteen years.
  • The king learned of the baby found in the river and sent him back to the kingdom, carrying a note that ordered the child be killed upon arrival. two theives learned of this and took pity on him, changing the letter to say he would marry the queen.
  • Congrats, but where did you get this treasure!?
  • The luck child was met by three troubles along the way, a well that has gone dry, a tree that once produced golden fruit, and an oarer that was damned to row forever. they asked of his help, and he was off.
  • What a kind king, he gave me a simple quest. all i must do is take three hairs from the devil.
  • that is all well and good, but our well no longer produces its magical wine. will you help?
  • the devil's grandmother took pity on the traveller and turned him into an ant so that he may hide in her skirt before the devil returned. the devil lay in her lap and slept, and for each question that was asked of the luck child, the grandmother tugged a hair from the devils head and when he awoke, she calmed him with the reply, "i had a bad dream." the devil replied with solutions to the problems presented and went back to sleep.
  • The next morning the luck child left to return home. on the way he replied to each of the troubled people with the solution, waiting to tell the oarer his solution untill he made it to the other side.
  • there's this rower, have him give you the oars and row to the other side of the rive, there will be treasure there.
  • And the luck child tricked the king into taking the oars from the ferryman, which trapped him forever.
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