tragic hero

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  • Scene One
  • The answer to finding love is among the mainland. Sail there, but leave your family. This act will come at a price: one bad thing will occur to someone that you know.
  • Scene Two
  • I am leaving and neither of you can stop me!
  • What do you mean you are leaving? You will be doing no such thing!
  • Scene Three
  • Come back, Annalee! This is a mistake! It's not too late to turn back!
  • Annalee, the daughter of Venus and Lorenzo, was the princess of the island, Luto. She had the dream that told her to leave her family and venture to the mainland, to find true love. She had trouble finding love, as no one on the island was good or royal enough for her.
  • Scene Four
  • She asked her mother and father if she could take this journey. Of course, both turned down the idea. Annalee became furious and exploded on them, making her mother break down into tears and her father's rage to emerge.
  • Scene Five
  • Annalee ran out of the castle and took a boat from a townsman. Her mother was sobbing ashore, along with her father who was yelling with rage at the young girl. She blocked them out and continued into the sea, without a care in the world.
  • Scene Six
  • A storm hit the ocean where Annalee was sailing, which caused her boat to sink. This was a test of her faith, which she failed. She cried as she fought her way to the surface, but she had no luck. The ocean was stronger and she eventually passed out.
  • No! Get me out of here!
  • When she woke, she found herself ashore of the island, and the many townspeople turned her away when she tried to find her home. The townspeople said she brought a curse upon the island and cast her out. She quickly tried to return back to her home, which brought a surprise to her.
  • How did I get here? Where am I? Am I back to the island?
  • When she reached her castle, a fire had burned it to the ground. Tears fell from her face as she realized that this was her fault. Her dream said that if she took this trip, someone horrible would happen. She didn't believe it and turned her back to the words. Her mother and father's death were her fault, as she was selfish.
  • Why didn't I listen? Why did I choose my love over someone's safety? I choose true love over my family!
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