Long ago, there lived a powerful and semi-barbaric king of exuberant fancy. He liked everything to go into order and work smoothly. If anything came out of order, he would become blander and unpleased.
To please his semi-barbaric side, he built an arena with two doors to determine a punishment for someone who has committed a crime. The punishments stood behind these two doors. the punishments were to either be forced into marriage or to be killed by a vicious tiger.
One door held a hungry tiger, the fiercest in the land. The tiger would immediately jump on the man and rip him apart. this punishment meant that the man was guilty of his crimes.
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The other door held a woman. If the man picked upon the door of the woman, they would be married in that very moment. The king would bring a choir and flower people to help make it fell like a traditional wedding. this punishment was considered a reward for the man's innocence
The king had a daughter who was much like her father. She had a soul that was as fervent and imperious as her father's. The king loved her above all humanity and would do anything for his lovely daughter.
However, the king's beautiful daughter had a secret that could destroy her father. She was in love with a young man, the best-looking and bravest in the land. But he was just a commoner, not part of any royal family. He had no royal blood in his veins and did not belong to an important family or community.