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  • "Now Sir Wellington III to get to King Christian the Cruel's kingdom journey west for two days. I must warn thou. Thou has 30 days until I must use my golden eggs. I need your help please rescue my goose and with it me."
  • "I am a merchant selling clothes. "
  • This disguise has no chance of working. It would be best if I have thy sword ready. Wow he believed it.
  • Somethings odd about him. Maybe he is a knight
  • "Thou may Go."
  • "Today we go down in history. Today we go down as legends, as heroes. We will stop a tyrant who is oppressing Avaria. We shan't fail, we won't fail."
  • Sir Wellington III prepared for the quest of his life
  • "Thou is thy last man of thou army. Give up"
  • "What have I done. So many dead. So much suffering because of my foolish greed. I repent"
  • After two days Wellington III reached the Kingdom Avaria led by none other than Christian the Cruel. He snuck in disguised as a merchant.
  • "I am so sorry."
  • "Do not be sorry. You have shown me the error of my ways. Now I can die happily. Thank you and goodbye King Wellington the Great of Avaria."
  • Sir Wellington III was a smart man he knew he alone could not defeat an army. So he looked to the citizens of Avaria who hated King Christian the Cruel. In 25 days Sir Wellington III rose and trained a rebellion. Now they marched outside the castle
  • "Your goose"
  • I do not need thy golden eggs. For I am the new king of Avaria sire. I must return home to Avaria. Thank you and goodbye
  • "Thank thy noble knight. Now ye golden eggs."
  • "Very well than"
  • As they attacked, King Christian the Cruel saw war for the first time. He had never fought before. After seeing what war truly is he realized the error of his ways as his troops lost the battle.
  • Sir Wellington III was forced to strike down King Christian and the last knight. The citizens of Avaria and King Christian in his last moments. voted him as king. 
  • "Long live King Wellington The Great"
  • King Wellington the Great rode back to Wessex and returned the Golden Goose without taking the eggs from King Beowulf the Wise. King Wellington the Great would bring  peace and prosperity to all of England.
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