There once was a king who was semi-barbaric. He was progressive when introducing a new idea of punishment. A prisoner stood in front of him, the king would choose between two doors. Behind one door was a tiger and behind the other was a lady he would marry. The king called this fate.
The king had a daughter that he adored, loved and protected. One day he caught a young man with his daughter. The young man had loved her. No one ever dared to love the king's daughter. The king demanded for the youth to not see each other and he kept the young man as a prisoner.
The king believed that punishment should fall upon fate. He would choose between two doors, one with a tiger behind it and the other with a lady he'd marry for a second chance. For this punishment, the princess had to decide. She knew what was behind both doors. She was semi-barbaric just like her father, as jealousy grew inside her, as she didn't want her loved one to love anyone else. So she started thinking maybe the tiger would be the best choice.
After of thinking of what door she should pick, she suddenly chose the door to the right without hesitation.
The princess had chosen the tiger, She was so semi-barbaric, just like her father, she did not want him to love anyone else.
Fate was chosen unfairly in the kingdom. Not even love can make it fair.