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The Drawfish people brewed and drank the Heather Ale for days and days together.
The king of Scotland killed the Drawfish people when they refused to give him the recipe.
The king's nobles found the last of the Drawfish people and took them from their home.
I will give you life, ye vermin, for the secret of the drink
I have a word in private, a word for the royal ear.
He poorly addresses them and demands the secret of the Heather Ale in exchange for their lives.
He tells the king that he will only sell the secret if his son is not there to see.
I would gladly sell my secret, only my son I fear, and I dare not sell my honor, under the eye of my son. Take him, o king, and bind him, and cast him in the far deep; and it's I will tell the secret, that I have sworn to keep.
They took the ten year old son and swung him into the deep blue sea.
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