Heroic Journey

Heroic Journey

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  • After escaping the wolves, the two finally encounter the place where the Princess has been taken.
  • Look, someone left behind their weapons! Take them and use them, I can see the monster through the window!
  • This is the last of the troubles you have caused on the kingdom, for I will defeat you!
  • Help! Help me please!
  • You shall never defeat me, and never take the Princess back!
  • Please Gabriel, take as many jewels as you want. Rewards are plentiful and we appreciate greatly your bravery! Thank you very much!
  • Jewels, I need not. But if you insist I shall take only a few.
  • After defeating the monster, the group return to the castle to bring back the Princess
  • On the journey home, the two decide to take the longer path. A river is discovered surrounded by beautiful scenery, but little do they know what lies beyond the river.
  • I guess we could cross on this raft, we will have to make sure it is safe.
  • Yes, cross the river therefore I can take your money.
  • The Ghost of monies theft made herself apparent after crossing the river, and she is out for a toll.
  • I accept your gold, now leave this land through my glowing gate and you shall be spared.
  • Please, take some of our gold. Please do not harm us!
  • The long journey over, the two finally reach home and feel relieved for a job well done. Now they can relax and resume the work Gabriel missed.
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