The Lady, or the Tiger?

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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  • It had never occurred to any of the citizens of this noble kingdom that their own princess would- in fact- be in love with a commoner. Though it could be blamed on their barbaric king for their introduction, hosting a party for the royals and commoners alike.
  • The party had been a grand one, with visitors from neighboring kingdoms and trading towns; before all of this the princess had barely taken notice of her to-be lover. 
  • The man's decision had been ill-fated to choose the right door, which held his death. Some say it was an intentional thing to happen, organized by the princess herself.
  • Though in a short time, the two had grown closer and had even fallen in love. Their romance was not one to last, for the King was not happy with his daughter's choice of man.
  • The King had decided to put the man on trial, where behind one door would lie a bloodthirsty tiger, and the other would hold a fine maiden.
  • This decision had prevented the choosing of the left door, which held the maiden the man was to be married to had he chosen that door. It is a hard thing to believe that the princess would do such a thing to punish her lover.
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