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On the twins' birthday they have a ball in their castle and invite people from kingdoms far and wide. At the ball, both girls have their eye on Prince Sebastian from the Kingdom of Sicily. Blair soon realized that he would never love her because her sister Anastasia was much more beautiful.
I will never be beautiful enough to marry the prince!
Blair was born with the gift of magic which could be used for evil as well. She had to hide this from her twin and promised to always use her magic for good. Thinking about this sparked an idea into Blair's head. She would put a curse on Anastasia so she would become ugly and Sebastian would no longer love her.
What are you doing alone all the way out here? Come stay with my mother and I until you are ready to return.
Once Anastasia realized she had become ugly she fled her kingdom. She rode her horse through the night trying to escape civilization so nobody could see her hideous face. At dawn she stopped to rest her horse by a stream and found a poor little boy. He soon realized her importance and welcomed her to stay at his small home.
The boy by the name of Gemini showed her the magic of the river that flowed by his house. A dragon came out of it and acted as if her were a pet to Anastasia. An idea suddenly popped into her head. Her dragon could fly her back to the kingdom!
Gemini and Anastasia hopped onto the dragon's back and flew back to her kingdom. Anastasia had a burning passion to scorch the village and just as she was commanding the dragon to breathe fire onto the town she glanced at Gemini and saw that he was appalled at this idea.
Anastasia had arrived just in time to stop Blair and Sebastian's wedding. Soon the people were aware of the evil Blair had brought upon Anastasia. They turned upon her and she was quickly banished. The wedding carried on with Sebastian's true love, Anastasia and they lived happily ever after.
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