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Scene 1: The Knight meets the Princess
Scene 2: The Knight finds the perfect gift
Scene 3: The Knight returns to the Princess
A lone knight of the kingdom meets with the Princess while on patrol through the castle. It's love at first sight. But the knight knows that in order to get her to notice him, he would have to present to her a gift. He knew just what to get.
Scene 4: A monster attacks!
While going through a dark cave, the knight finds a treasure chest, which, while also filled with gold coins, was most importantly storing a diamond necklace. The knight had a good feeling that if he gave it to the Princess, he'd have at least a chance to talk to her.
Scene 5: The Knight defeats the Dragon
The knight returns to the Princess and presents to her the diamond necklace he retrieved from the dark cave. However, the Princess doesn't seem too captivated by the jewel, as in comparison to the royal jewelry stash, it isn't much. Although, she is impressed by how the knight was able to conquer the dark cave alone, and promises to talk to him later.
Scene 6: Happily Ever After
The reunion of the knight and the Princess is short however, as while they were finishing up their discussion, a dragon broke into the castle grounds and has kidnapped the Princess! The knight, initially shocked, quickly grabs his sword and prepares for combat.
After following the dragon to its evil domain, the knight impales the beast with his sword after surprising it with a throwing dagger, and slays it once and for all. He then retrieves the Princess, who is amazed by the knights skill.
After all is said and done, the knight is rewarded for his efforts by receiving a blessing from the King and Queen, and most importantly, a kiss from the Princess. The kingdom is saved and the knight has finally been noticed by the Princess. A happy ending for all.
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