At once, Asha was able to stand. More, she was cure. She said to Athelda to bath, but Athelda could win money by selling her potion. She said to Amata to bath, but the Stream washed away all regrets for her. She said to the knight to bath.
I love you!
So the knight clanked forth in the last rays of the setting sun, and bathed in the Fountainof Fair Fortune, astonished that he was the chosen one hundreds and giddy with his incredible luck.
As her drops fell glittering on to the earth, the inscription blocking their path vanished, and they found that they were able to move upwards once more.
When the knight sort out of the fountain, he fell madly in love with Amata and asked him to marry. The three witches and the knight four led long and happy lives, and none of them never knew or suspected thats the fountain's water carried no enchantement at all.
Then Altheda hastened to pick all those herbs mixed them and poured the position into Asha's mouth.