Protect the castle from the robber trying to steal money from the Royal Family.
Protect the King's crown from the thief.
The tall gate is the first line of defense. This slows the thief from getting into the castle and stealing the crown.
The guards standing at the gate then spray the thief with a chemical that is supposed to make them sleepy, but it does not affect the thief.
After the thief gets past the gate and guards, the thief has to get past the castle's second line of defense. The three lions are protecting the castle, along with the king inside.
The guards at the door of the castle are the third line of defense.
Last, the guards inside the castle attack the thief as he is trying to steal the crown sitting on the king's thrown.
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