The War- Zone

The War- Zone
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  • The Great Escape
  • It's not fair! Why should we let them take our castle?
  • Come my loves, we must go.
  • But mommy, I don't want to go...
  • Oh, how it saddens my heart that we must leave our beautiful palace!
  • Caught in the Grasp of Death
  • Oh, they killed my poor husband! They killed him!
  • Why?! Oh God, why?!
  • The Year of the Guillotine 
  • Oh quite crying, you peasant!
  • Please.. I don't want to die!
  • The King soon realized the danger that awaited him and his family, so he decided that they must leave their beautiful palace behind and escape.
  • Napoleon Comes to to Town
  • Ah! Look at the vast ocean as it gleams in the sun.
  • But, unfortunately, their plan had failed. They were recognized by a passerby and immediately held accountable. Trying to leave behind his own kingdom to save himself was a sign to the people that the king was a coward and a traitor and shall be put to death. The queen would later suffer the same fate.
  • Napoleon is teared down
  • Ah, Napoleon, we have come for you. We will discuss later on.
  • The gore didn't end there. By this time, people were being sent to the guillotine like wildfire. Person after person, slice after slice, blood after blood, the year of the guillotine was truly phenomenal. 
  • The End
  • Then a hero arrived by the name of Napoleon Bonaparte. He graced the city with his great skills and quick action moves. He won battle after battle and later chosen as the Emperor of France. He restored order and peace to his country.
  • But soon afterwards, Napoleon was defeated so badly that he fell into depression. He was then visited by an army to be taken away and exiled.
  • Napoleon was cast out onto an uninhabited island where it was heavily guarded by soldiers so he could not escape. Napoleon was never allowed to see his family again, never going to fight anymore battles again, never to see his beautiful kingdom, the redemption of France again. And so, poor Napoleon stayed on that island for the rest of his life, and died all alone.... and so that marks the end of the French Revolution.
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