This is King Adam. He has just taken over the thrown of his recently deceased father. None of the townspeople wanted him to be king. They said he was greedy and unworthy of having the title of king.
The knight rushed into the room as fast as possible. "A herb has been found that can make anyone immortal if you eat a petal, but for a personal sacrifice." Adam tells the guard to go get his herb so he may be immortal, and sell the petals for a large profit. The knight went to the flower, where the townspeople were gathered around it, and the knight snatched it from the ground and ran.
The knight asks if he may have a petal, since there were so many on the flower, and since he made such a big risk taking it. His family wasn't doing well and his daughter was sick, but King Adam said no. The knight grabbed a petal anyway but the king took out his short sword and nimbly killed him. "I assume that this shall be the sacrifice that was prophesied," said Adam.
This is all my fault, and now I have to live with it forever.
He takes the herb from the ground and eats a petal, but right after he hears a bang so he runs to his study to see what happened. He brang the flower with him and he opened the door and dropped it at the sight of his wife.
He sees his wife on the ground. He yells, "Please undo this madness!" He tries to kill himself, and the sword bends against his skin because he is now immortal. Then the flower lit a blaze. He finally realized that the knight wasn't the sacrifice, she was.
Please undo this madness!
He had lost everything. His wife, the money he was going to get from the flower. He couldn't even kill himself to end this pain. He will live forever with this punishment.